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    Quote Originally Posted by Pemuda View Post
    Ahhh ... optimism ... never leave home without it.

    I agree with you to some extend that our women shuttlers have improved compared to say 5 years ago. But if we compare with others, we are still in the stone age as far as women badminton is concerned.

    Can we match the women of China, Korea & co, my answer is no. We are still way behind. Yes, we had some success in Laos BUT I would like to think that we beat Indonesia in a one off game. Winning the SEA games team gold is no indication as we were quickly brought down to earth in the individual events, except for WPT/CEH the rest were bundled out. The Uber Cup will be the best gauge, and I doubt we can make even the semis despite the home advantage.

    WMC, I think her best is behind her. And after her, we have a big gap. Lydia Cheah is average. In the doubles dept, I dont see any quality pairs in the horizon.

    As for the men, I think we are in serious trouble. In the MS, other than LCW we have no one near his potential while in the MD, we have the inconsistent KKK/TBH and unreliable Fuzzy pair.

    I predict a depressing badminton future for Malaysia in the coming years.

    u forgot we still have Julia Wong?

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    Quote Originally Posted by eaglehelang View Post
    Not confirmed if still in BAM : WD & XD player Amelia Anselley. She is not listed in any events in MO 2010, where all the rest are, even BJSS juniors.
    she had back to sabah
    continue her study i think

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    she had back to sabah
    continue her study i think
    Yup, it's confirmed that Amelia Anselley has quit BAM. Wish her all the best in her studies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eaglehelang View Post
    Yup, it's confirmed that Amelia Anselley has quit BAM. Wish her all the best in her studies.
    is that the girl who always love to snap photos??

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    Quote Originally Posted by george@chongwei View Post
    is that the girl who always love to snap photos??
    Hiyaa this George, people quit already then only you ask.
    She's Nairul Suhada's(Zakry/Razif/Arif sis) WD partner. This is what AAA look like :
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    i think we have improved against ourselves, for what its worth.. which is still an improvement like it or not.. .against other countries, not sure... probably not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gemini12 View Post
    u forgot we still have Julia Wong?
    Julia Wong had to undergo a lengthy rehabilitation. Her injury in Guangzhou was quite bad, worse than any that had afflicted Wong Mew Choo. And even WMC took quite a bit of time to recover from her injuries.

    Even after recovery, it would take Julia a lot of time to recover physical and match fitness. I personally do not think that she will be at her best (if she plays) during the 2010 Uber Cup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eaglehelang View Post
    Non BAM= Misbun Ramdan
    I haven't watched him playing. 18 years old, 184cm and Misbun's son...

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    Arrow Top women shuttler Amelia Alicia Anscelly has decided to quit BAM

    Quote Originally Posted by eaglehelang View Post

    Yup, it's confirmed that Amelia Anselley has quit BAM. Wish her all the best in her studies.

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    Sabah is now having only left with 3 women representatives in BAM.

    To understand and to know more about Amelia Alicia Anscelly, perhaps the Daily Express explains it well: http://www.dailyexpress.com.my/news.cfm?NewsID=69659

    Published on: Wednesday, December 23, 2009
    Kota Kinabalu: Top women shuttler Amelia Alicia Anscelly has decided to quit the Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) after three years in the national squad.

    Rumours of her departure has been going on for sometime and Express Sports learned that she had tendered her resignation letter to the management and she will no longer be with the national body effective Dec 31.

    The exact reason for her abrupt departure is not clear but it is understood that she intends to pursue her studies in a local university.

    When contacted, she only said she wanted to take a break from badminton after years of non stop training and competitions and will only decide on her future later.

    The 21-year-old first caught the attention of the national body and was recruited into the national back up squad after her SPM at the Bukit Jalil Sports School where she had spent the previous five years since 2001.

    She was one of the brightest young doubles specialist in the national team.

    During her time in BAM, she had partnered a number of players both in the doubles as well as in the mixed doubles event.

    She was never given a permanent partner but she still managed to produce some good results with different partners.

    At the Chinese Taipei Open this year she and her mixed doubles partner Hoon Thien How stunned the badminton world with a straight sets 21-16, 23-21 win over Olympic champion Lee Yong Dae and Lee Hyo Jung of Korea in the first round.

    She also reached the quarter final stage of three international doubles events with two different partners.

    She and her earlier partner Lim Yin Loo managed to reach the quarter final in the Vietnam Open in April and the pair also won the Pahang Open titles this year.

    She was later paired up with Nairul Suhada Latif and reached the same stage in the Malaysia Open GP Gold in June and the Thailand Open GP Gold in July.

    Her last appearance for the country was at the Proton Malaysia International Challenge in November where she and Nairul were beaten in the first round.

    She recently returned to the State and helped Sabah win two gold medals in the team and individual doubles event at the Borneo Games held in Brunei.

    With her withdrawal, Sabah are now only left with three women representatives in the national team, The recent SEA Games team gold medallist and single player Sannatasah Saniru and sisters Marylen Ng Paou Leng and Flora Ng Siew Fong.
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