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    Quote Originally Posted by Silencer View Post
    I personally feel Mas will win korea 3-2
    Here the point
    Park lost LCW
    JJS/LYD bt CTF/LWW
    LHI bt Wong
    LJJ/HJM lost KKK/TBH
    SSM lost Hafiz

    unless something unexpected happens
    Yes, yes but for your info 2008 TC is over.

    Maybe Malaysia can try again in the 2010 edition, and maybe then your Hafiz can be upgraded to play 2nd singles.

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    Korea is number 2...we, INA will be back...we are going to expose more younger players this year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by madbad View Post
    Did you just realize that, George?
    nope, i realise this quite a long time ago already..

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    madbad, good news for u though
    JUN JAE YOUN HAD BACK ON COURT...AFTER SUFFERING FROM INJURY.

    Jun Jae Youn back in Training Korea's top women's singles player, world #11 Jun Jae Youn, is back in training after an injury scare early this month. Sung Han Kook, head coach of Jun's professional team, Daegyo, confirmed that Jun's withdrawal from a domestic tournament on May 1st was due to an acute pain in her left knee. However, as an MRI revealed no evidence of injury, Jun was able to resume training at the Taeneung National Training Centre after a short break.

    Although Jun was forced to forego last week's Uber Cup competition pending her treatment and tests, fears that she would not be able to compete at this summer's Olympic Games appear to have subsided. Jun is barely one year into a comeback following a near two-year hiatus due to surgery on the anterior cruciate ligament of her left knee.

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    George, thank you SIR! That is indeed good news to wake up this Tuesday morning to. JJY for OG GOLD

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    Quote Originally Posted by madbad View Post
    George, thank you SIR! That is indeed good news to wake up this Tuesday morning to. JJY for OG GOLD
    my news certainly makes your day brighter ya?
    haha

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    how did Korea qualify for next stage, let alone final, when they lost both their group matches. This has to be the worst draw method for thomas cup in years.

    If you are THIRD in a GROUP OF 3, that means you are out !!

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    Yes definitely

    Indonesia and Malaysia used to be on the top... but things changed so quickly, they no longer have the consistency and discipline in their players

    Now Korea is taking their place and Denmark is maintaining their stand


    China unarguably will be #1 for a long time though

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