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    Guys, who are your favorite top 3 big smashes in the badminton circuit. being number 1 the most powerful.
    For me:

    1)Fu Hai Feng
    2)Jung Jae Sung
    3)markis kido

    I really respect these shorter players.

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    Sorry for being off topic and lazy looking through other threads. Would you know what racquet Markis Kido is using? Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Makunouchi View Post
    Sorry for being off topic and lazy looking through other threads. Would you know what racquet Markis Kido is using? Thanks!
    He plays an AT900power most of the time...
    (Has also been seen wielding an AT700 and even a NS9000S on occasion)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Makunouchi View Post
    Sorry for being off topic and lazy looking through other threads. Would you know what racquet Markis Kido is using? Thanks!
    Bro, i am not too sure what kido uses. But i guess from the looks of the replays i have watched, its a at900p.

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    Quote Originally Posted by punchclear View Post
    He plays an AT900power most of the time...
    (Has also been seen wielding an AT700 and even a NS9000S on occasion)
    bro, damn, u beat me to answering that question.haha

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    I like your top three SGBAD,, but I'd have add Yap kim hock,, that little guy had a awesome jump smash,, I have this one cd of him jumpin over three feet or around it,, well up around there looks like,,,, lol.. with alot of style an speed,,

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    Thanks a lot for the info.

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    Quote Originally Posted by algonquinsmash View Post
    I like your top three SGBAD,, but I'd have add Yap kim hock,, that little guy had a awesome jump smash,, I have this one cd of him jumpin over three feet or around it,, well up around there looks like,,,, lol.. with alot of style an speed,,
    Yap kim hock is from which country? haha, little guys are inspirations to me, i am quite little too.

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    malaysia,, he played in the 90's,, if you get a hold of 97 world,, md,semi-final, very good match,,

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    YAP KIM HOCK is Malaysian.....

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    he played for them,, an was the master coach yrs after,,

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    he's still the head coach for MAS now.

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    Halim Hariyanto.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sgbad View Post
    Guys, who are your favorite top 3 big smashes in the badminton circuit. being number 1 the most powerful.
    For me:

    1)Fu Hai Feng
    2)Jung Jae Sung
    3)markis kido

    I really respect these shorter players.
    Kido's smashes are very effective, but talking about pure power, Candra Wijaya should be there also.

    For ladies, Du/Yu get my vote.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wilfredlgf View Post
    Halim Hariyanto.
    No doubt..u guys can see his smashes from AE2001..see how powerful this guy can smash..

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    being english iv git to put forward Simon Archer

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    Quote Originally Posted by coley View Post
    being english iv git to put forward Simon Archer
    Don't forget to add Clark..

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