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    Quote Originally Posted by X Ball View Post
    Lydia reminds me of Kuan Beng. No direction and lots of unforced errors. Still a long way from being a good player. She needs to practice a lot to get anywhere - it shows with the errors.
    dont quite agree that she is like Kuan Beng Hong..Seen the better side of her and she has good fighting spirit. Better than most but the best fighting spirit is still Julia Wong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by abedeng View Post
    Experience is not the main problem with Lydia. She has not developed her thinking game. The coaches and even Lydia herself admitted this, that's why she hasn't been able to achieve better even at Satellite tournament level.

    There is no argument that Lydia's strokes and attacking play are superior even against the seniors, though her defence is still shaky. In the Malaysian Open, she led Pi Hongyan up to 8-4, before her game started to collapse.

    She does have potential as an attacking player, probably one of the few who can match the Chinese power game in the future. It was good experience against Yu Hirayama, probably one of the faster non-CHN players in the circuit.
    Lydia's mental strength is weak. She should learn a thing or 2 from Julia Wong. Julia's skills is not pretty but her fighting spirit is unquestionable.

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    haizz.yesterday julia wong and wong mew choo fought so hard but unfortunately malaysia uber squad lost 2-3 to Japan!..
    wat a dissapointment...
    all the girls are very exausted with their match..

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    btw, will malaysia qualify for the uber cup then>>>

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    is any terrestial malaysian channels showing live telecast?

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    Quote Originally Posted by george@chongwei View Post
    btw, will malaysia qualify for the uber cup then>>>
    actually all the semi finalist qualified for the final in Jakarta. That is why 2day Malaysia vs Hongkong it is just matter of record. The Hongkong top player left Ho Chi Min in the morning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by waile View Post
    is any terrestial malaysian channels showing live telecast?
    chennel 811 astro showing live now!

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    ahh, no access to astro right now... shucks... thanx george

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    Quote Originally Posted by abedeng View Post
    The best women junior performer in the qualification rounds so far is Ng Hui Lin. This girl has good vision, brilliant coverage of her partner, and good mix of shots. Could be the next to take over Wong Pei Tty's role. I've always respected Wong's abilities and adaptability (just look at her XD results without any training), had we got two of her, MAS WD would have been up there with CHN consistently.

    Goh only played well in patches.

    Lydia is too laidback and easily confused when Yu applied speed. In this case, Anita would have been the better player. If you want to play retriever against a speed demon, send Anita out. Lydia is good only if she dictates the rallies.
    Ng Hui lin however need more physical training and needs to slim down abit. She was clearly very exhausted in the rubber, and all shots went wild....
    WPT is the fittest WD in our team currently. Good effort with LPS yesterday, nearly upset the jap cuties.

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    Quote Originally Posted by champion8 View Post
    actually all the semi finalist qualified for the final in Jakarta. That is why 2day Malaysia vs Hongkong it is just matter of record. The Hongkong top player left Ho Chi Min in the morning.
    nola, actually yesterday malaysia has not assured of a place in the uber cup only 2day i think MAS had booked their tickets to jakarta..!! becoz 2day MAS had bt HKG 3-0 and finished third in the uber cup preliminaries asian zone and auto matically qualified...a team must finished in the top 3 onli will be automatic qualify to the final at jakarta...

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    Quote Originally Posted by george@chongwei View Post
    nola, actually yesterday malaysia has not assured of a place in the uber cup only 2day i think MAS had booked their tickets to jakarta..!! becoz 2day MAS had bt HKG 3-0 and finished third in the uber cup preliminaries asian zone and auto matically qualified...a team must finished in the top 3 onli will be automatic qualify to the final at jakarta...
    yup but base on the world ranking, the top 4 asian team in the Uber cup is ranked higher than the European Team. As such, Hongkong decided to fill their 2nd stringer. It does not matter who got 3rd or 4th.

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    Quote Originally Posted by champion8 View Post
    yup but base on the world ranking, the top 4 asian team in the Uber cup is ranked higher than the European Team. As such, Hongkong decided to fill their 2nd stringer. It does not matter who got 3rd or 4th.
    yealo, HKG also didnt put wang chen as their WS1 in the line up..so do MAS, didnt put WMC in the lineup..
    but the HKG team put wang chen in the WD...

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    Quote Originally Posted by george@chongwei View Post
    yealo, HKG also didnt put wang chen as their WS1 in the line up..so do MAS, didnt put WMC in the lineup..
    but the HKG team put wang chen in the WD...
    lol, y do they put wang chen in WD? she cant adapt de la....

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    Quote Originally Posted by abedeng View Post
    Experience is not the main problem with Lydia. She has not developed her thinking game. The coaches and even Lydia herself admitted this, that's why she hasn't been able to achieve better even at Satellite tournament level.

    There is no argument that Lydia's strokes and attacking play are superior even against the seniors, though defence is still shaky. In the Malaysian Open, she led Pi Hongyan up to 8-4, before her game started to collapse.

    She does have potential as an attacking player, probably one of the few who can match the Chinese power game in the future. It was good experience against Yu Hirayama, probably one of the faster non-CHN players in the circuit.
    I see her dropshot skills way low, so many times she dropshot but didnt went over.... her defence another problem, hope mas faster cope with this problem ....

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    Quote Originally Posted by abedeng View Post
    The best women junior performer in the qualification rounds so far is Ng Hui Lin. This girl has good vision, brilliant coverage of her partner, and good mix of shots. Could be the next to take over Wong Pei Tty's role. I've always respected Wong's abilities and adaptability (just look at her XD results without any training), had we got two of her, MAS WD would have been up there with CHN consistently.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zqloy View Post
    Ng Hui lin however need more physical training and needs to slim down abit. She was clearly very exhausted in the rubber, and all shots went wild....
    WPT is the fittest WD in our team currently. Good effort with LPS yesterday, nearly upset the jap cuties.
    Well said. Interesting to see what will happen after OG in Beijing if CEH decides to retire. There were fears end of 2007 that CEH's injury could force her out of the race for OG qualification.
    Aft OG, WPT partnering Hui Lin for WD could be better choice though there's a big age gap. Since Hui Lin's already in the senior team under XD...
    Lim Pek Siah/Hui Lin 1st time combo was successful against Spore, hmmm.

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