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    Quote Originally Posted by jasonmarc View Post
    Hafiz : LYD long services..are all 3/4 court...very easy to smash..
    LYD:"I have never realized the court was so big that i have to run that much............."

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    so here is the the qualified teams for the Final phase of the Thomas and UBer Cups, after the Asia qualifying Zone :

    2008 Asia Uber Cup Qualifiers Result:

    1st Korea
    2nd Japan
    3rd Malaysia
    4th Hong Kong China

    2008 Asia Thomas Cup Qualifiers Result:

    1st Malaysia
    2nd Korea
    3rd Japan
    4th Thailand

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    Quote Originally Posted by badMania View Post
    Look out for tomorrow's headline in the Star: "Born-again Hafiz carries Malaysia pride". It then goes on with Hafiz saying "I would like to thank BAM for giving their blessings to my move to KLRC...bla bla bla".
    OR............I wana thank all the Mds for giving me that chance to play 3rd MS in the Final............thanks to Korean team for LYD as my opponent..........

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jessica View Post
    I think one is losing confidence and the other one is over confident...
    so i guess they are having confidence issues eh? haiya.........why like that one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by alfa-2 View Post
    LYD:"I have never realized the court was so big that i have to run that much............."
    hahahaha, yeah. sometimes after a clear he will move to one side of the court to defend. like when he is playing doubles. and hafiz would just smash to the side he left open. it is hard to switch from singles to doubles and vice versa. easier for a singles player to go to doubles though. less area to cover.

    Quote Originally Posted by X Ball View Post
    Well said. TBH probably feels like he let people down. But he has to learn to move on quickly and work even harder to correct his mistakes (easier said than done sometimes) -- no use lamenting on his mistakes coz it may affect his confidence -- the thing I like about Zakry-Fairuz is their forgiveness of each other (always doing a high/low five, augurs well for their togetherness even though their skills need to improve).
    yeah, he has high expectation on himself knowing what he and KKK could achieve. all the bad plays are making them lose their confidence. more prove of our players weak mental. i agree with abedeng that they lack the togetherness of razif/jailani or even the way they were before in the all england.

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    Quote Originally Posted by abedeng View Post
    Agree with that wholeheartedly, that's the reason why MAS MD have never really retained and improved the standards set by Razif/Jalani Sidek. Not Cheah/Soo, Cheah/Yap, CTF/LWW, and even Koo/Tan. These go beyond playing and combination skills.

    Conversely, during their playing days, Razif and Jalani were not always on speaking terms out of court. But they were always as one in training and on court.
    HELLO, they are brothers la........have the same father. how to compare that? Maybe you should set others like PJB/KMS, CW/TG as example?

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    Quote Originally Posted by X Ball View Post
    Well said. TBH probably feels like he let people down. But he has to learn to move on quickly and work even harder to correct his mistakes (easier said than done sometimes) -- no use lamenting on his mistakes coz it may affect his confidence -- the thing I like about Zakry-Fairuz is their forgiveness of each other (always doing a high/low five, augurs well for their togetherness even though their skills need to improve).
    it's kinda stupid actually to me for keep on doing that hi-five............brainless act. especially doing that after the opponent do a smash/dunk in front of the net. BRAINLESS............

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    Quote Originally Posted by alfa-2 View Post
    it's kinda stupid actually to me for keep on doing that hi-five............brainless act. especially doing that after the opponent do a smash/dunk in front of the net. BRAINLESS............
    It's got no relation to the brain. Even though it seems childish and awkward to me, at least they maintain the team spirit even when losing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alfa-2 View Post
    HELLO, they are brothers la........have the same father. how to compare that? Maybe you should set others like PJB/KMS, CW/TG as example?
    brothers quarrel too. they are not really tight brothers. razif was kinda daddy's favourite. like abedeng said, sometimes they were not even on talking terms with each other outside the court but inside, they put all that behind and concentrate on the match.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hcyong View Post
    It's got no relation to the brain. Even though it seems childish and awkward to me, at least they maintain the team spirit even when losing.
    for me it's very embarrassing even im just a supporter only........would you have done that if it was you, after your opponent made a dunk on your court? I dont think so........ I would have to buy myself a full face helmet before i do that, make sure noone recognize me.

    CHILDISH/AWKWARD ACT = BRAINLESS ppl DO IT.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alfa-2 View Post
    HELLO, they are brothers la........have the same father. how to compare that? Maybe you should set others like PJB/KMS, CW/TG as example?
    We are not comparing brothers, we are comparing relationships on court.
    Otherwise, BAM can only create pairs out of siblings ......

    Though maybe u r right, their father was a strict taskmaster. On court, they had to behave, or else .......

    Also, since this is about issues with MAS pairs, lets take another MAS pair as the benchmark.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alfa-2 View Post
    for me it's very embarrassing even im just a supporter only........would you have done that if it was you, after your opponent made a dunk on your court? I dont think so........ I would have to buy myself a full face helmet before i do that, make sure noone recognize me.

    CHILDISH/AWKWARD ACT = BRAINLESS ppl DO IT.
    If it was me, I wouldn't have done it. But I don't have any problems, if other people willingly do it. It's harmless. You may say it's brainless to do it, others can say it's brainless to be embarassed by it.

    Not to care what others think about what you do, that's a very mature thing to do. (TBH should also learn not to care about what others think.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by hcyong View Post
    If it was me, I wouldn't have done it. But I don't have any problems, if other people willingly do it. It's harmless. You may say it's brainless to do it, others can say it's brainless to be embarassed by it.

    Not to care what others think about what you do, that's a very mature thing to do. (TBH should also learn not to care about what others think.)
    Doing a HIGH FIVE when getting a DUNK from the opponent is like 2 robbers robbed a bank, and doing a HIGH FIVE when getting CAUGHT by the police.

    If you think that's a BRAINY ACT, i dont have much to say.

    and why am i embarrased is because I'm from the same village as the robbers. (countryman)

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    Quote Originally Posted by azabaz_ipoh View Post
    boon heong was not even smiling in the pictures after the matches ended.
    I noticed that too

    The unpredictable nature of Team KOR was one reason why they managed to win the Sudirman Cup as recently as 2003.

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    Default Badminton: Men's team given a scare

    By K.M. Boopathy

    25 February, 2008

    MALAYSIA'S Thomas Cup shuttlers narrowly avoided an embarrassing defeat to a depleted South Korean side to win the Asian zone qualifiers while the women shuttlers secured an automatic Uber Cup spot when they beat Hong Kong 3-0 in the third place play-off in Ho Chi Minh City yesterday. South Korea, who have already qualified for the final with Malaysia, rested their top two singles players Park Sung Hwan and Lee Hyun Il and fielded two scratch pairs in the team line-up.

    However, Malaysia lost both doubles matches but the singles shuttlers stayed calm to deliver a 3-2 win.

    Lee Chong Wei was in good form when he defeated Athens Olympics silver medallist Shon Seung Mo 21-8, 21-11 in 25 minutes.

    Koo Kien Keat-Tan Boon Heong were supposed to dominate scratch pair Jung Jae Sung-Lee Jae Jin but instead, fell to an unexpected 16-21, 21-17, 21-19 defeat in 29 minutes.

    Wong Choong Hann put Malaysia ahead again when he beat Lee Cheol Ho 21-6, 21-17 in 31 minutes and Zakry Latif-Fairuzizuan Tazari were expected to wrap up the tie.

    Up against Hwang Ji Man and Sung Hwan, who were playing in the doubles for the first time in almost five years, the Malaysians were shocked 21-19, 21-18 by the Koreans.

    Hafiz Hashim then secured a 21-17, 21-10 win over Korea's No 1 doubles player Lee Yong Dae to bail Malaysia out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Han View Post
    In a way, Korea didn't take the Final seriously so Malaysia should also have taken it likely even though with the loss of the MDs. The outcomes really didn't mean anything so it hard to judge the true potential for those players involved. Malaysia MDs certainly came out as losers but is not totally a bad thing, I always think Rexy should let his players exposed to more tournaments instead of stay home and prepare for the big one, nothing can replace experience from real tournament, nothing can simulate how your opponent can exploit players' weakness. So instead of staying home and train and hide your weakness, I rather our players go our and play and fix the problems as it comes along.
    Don't forget, we judge the success basically on one tournament, the Olympic so put the players out there and see what problem we have and fix it before the Olympic else will be another 4 longer years to mourn.
    Very well said.
    Problem is MAS is becoming like CHN, with a must-win attitude.Better be like KOR,know when to take it easy and to experiment.
    Actually, except for ctf/lww, the other MAS MDs have still much to go in terms of experience.They need to know in how many ways they can lose and learn ,then win more from there.
    Experience is the greatest teacher to the keenest learner.
    Rexy would do well to 1)not have expectations,2)do away with the MAS MD rankings in his mind and 3)field ALL his senior MDs(except ctf/lww maybe to minimise injury) to as many tournaments as possible.They are still at the stage when they'll continue to surprise in all ways. In fact , with the NSS, surprise or upsets have become the norm.

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    its is never easy to be a player. I was told if u win u are a hero but if u loses u are a Zero.

    When u win everybody surround u and when u loses u cries alone. I am sure when TBH/KKK lost they feel bad... so do Zakry/Fairus. I am sure Lydia also find it difficult to get over it.But this is reality and they have to face it with a brave face and come back stronger.There is merit and pain being a public figure.
    Mental development is important and i feel that most player needs it.We have to encourage them and find a solution to their problem.

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