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03-16-2008, 10:08 AM #18
03-16-2008, 10:08 AM #19
he can serves/hits to that exact point. if you place a 12" diameter basket at that spot, he can place 90% inside the basket. the accuracy of placing....
back to topic,
LCW just not play at his form. at his form, we may have a better match to watch. however, congrats to LD for outstanding performance and win the final. fellow Malaysians, please do not give too much pressure.......
03-16-2008, 10:31 AM #20
I guess the main reason why Chong Wei feel so comfortable with Misbun style is because of the success it brought late last year during the stretch run in Europe.
As a Malaysian fan, we shouldn't be too critical about criticism by those who are on Lin Dan side, after all Chong Wei did fail so many times playing against him. Lin Dan is still the undisputed world #1 player that we need to respect even though he is from China.
Chong Wei and Misbun just have to review their strategies and make amendment. No reason to be too discourage as this is the first time these 2 players have met this year?
Chong Wei is an very unique player who possess the strength of both attacking and defending skill plus ability to vary the pace since he has been coached by 2 vastly different style see-fu(master), Li Mao and Misbun. Like the Chinese Kung-Fu, Ying and Yang so Chong Wei just needs to mix the Ying and Yang well enough then he will be "Tian Siar Wu Tee"(can't be beaten)
The question is, will that day come?
03-16-2008, 10:51 AM #21
LCW natural style is suited to Strokes and deception. LM changed his styled, he was still a good player, but IMO where LM failed was not to embrace LCW's special side.
If Misbun can allow himself to let LCW attack in some circumstances, then LCW will be able to seriously challenge the MS category.
In AE2008 LCW looked confused. He had the thought and chances to attack, but thought better. In this way LCW is weak as he only follows what his coach tell him, he does not use his own mind. When people say LCW has not got a badminton brain this is not true, he just does not use it, he uses his coaches. In tight situations this is not the right thing to have LD changes his play to match the situation within a game.
03-16-2008, 10:55 AM #22
LD hv my respect for being the most consistent player right now, & his ability to play smart in the game is the key being successful.
Last edited by zqloy; 03-16-2008 at 10:58 AM.
03-16-2008, 10:59 AM #23
03-16-2008, 10:59 AM #24
Hmm... I hate to sound offensive, but everytime LCW loses, a thread like this comes up... There are no excuses, making errors in a game is the player's fault. A better player is more consistent in his shots, thus he doesn't commit that much error... In this case, LD was better, no excuses...
03-16-2008, 11:23 AM #25
Morten Frost used just one word to describe Lee Chong Wei's game - 'passive'
Considering what's happening now, Frost couldn't have been more right.
03-16-2008, 11:28 AM #26
03-16-2008, 11:45 AM #27
03-16-2008, 11:58 AM #28
If I don't make any errors
If I can smash more powerful than LinDan or LCW,
I wouldn't be here to chat with you and you all will try to get my signiture
if all this ifs are true
I am the number one.
03-16-2008, 12:53 PM #29
Every time LD...LD,LD,LD..boring!!!=P
03-16-2008, 12:55 PM #30
He is not finding excuses. He is trying to put himself into the position of LCW's coach and to analyze the exact reason of LCW's loss.
He has no objection to LD playing better today. But he wants to find out the reason why LD performed so much better than LCW today. Is it normal? Is it because LCW played worse than usual? Is it because LD played better than usual? etc.
Actually we see coaches say their players "lost to themselves" all the time. It's not simply an excuse. What they mean is that their players are mentally disturbed by their desire to win and consequently under-perform.
03-16-2008, 12:59 PM #31
You making no error: This is not a realistic assumption, since you know even in training you make some errors.
LCW making less errors than today: This is a realistic assumption, since we all have seen LCW's pervious matches, in almost all of them he indeed made less mistakes.
Please stop argue for the purpose of attacking other people. If you play badminton, I bet there are times you lose to your opponent badly because you under-perform. What's wrong admitting that if that's the truth? And what's wrong proposing this possibility and check whether it is indeed the truth?
03-16-2008, 01:06 PM #32
03-16-2008, 01:16 PM #33
If LD is 95 in the scale to 100 (no one is perfect), LCW is 90. So most of time LD will win. In rare occations, LD only performs to 90 and LCW performs to 95, LCW may win that day. But most of time, LD will win.
When you play a player that is below you, it seems everything is right. You can return opponent's shots easily. You can try all sorts of trick shots. But when you face a opponent that is above you. You seem have a lot of trouble. A lot of errors creeping in. You are lucky just able to return opponent's shots. I think we all have that experience.
LCW met a better player today. That's why he made so many mistakes and lost. If LCW meets lower ranking player, he will not make many errors even in his off days.
03-16-2008, 01:24 PM #34
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