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    Indeed this guy from guatemala has improved much over this few years. Eventhough i'm a Datuk LCW fan, its sad to see that between them, someone has to go. KC knows that his previous WC entry had ended early in the hands of Datuk LCW and since KC has already progress this far beyond anyone expectation, he will definetly give our Datuk LCW a match of his life if he's the one who will be going out in today 2011 WC QF match.

    To KC, eventhough he has all the package to become a next visible threat from a non asia countries, If he and his coach watched Datuk LCW near perfect performance against PSH, its requires a more huge improvements in all aspects of his gameplay, better than what he did against CL if he's to beat Datuk LCW.

    If KC can reduced from making any unforced errors, remain solid in his defence and being more dominant in the front court, his match with Datuk LCW will indeed be an interesting encounter and certainly a highlight for today matches.

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    Thumbs up 2011 World Championships: Well Done Kevin Cordon !!!

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    The match was finally played.

    Lee Chong Wei [1] defeated Kevin Cordon 21-07, 21-13 in 24 minutes.

    Not to be disappointed; For Kevin has done well, reaching the Quarter-Finals at this 2011 World Championships.

    Well Done Kevin Cordon !!!
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    kevin certainly have too much respect to lcw
    i hope klrc can fund him and take him to train in malaysia
    he might just have another gallant run in OG 2012

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    another thing that so great about kevin cordon other than his crosscourt smash is of course : his yelling power

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    Kevin couldn't really stand up to LCW though, I saw that match at Wembley last Friday (live, my first ever time watching pro badders and in Wembley) and I was almost embarassed for Kevin at the mistakes he was making and not recovering from shots/predicting opponent shots near quite well enough to compete on even terms. Seems like he did well to get that far but LCW was on the way through.
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    he played at 8pm the night before for 80 minutes. Whereas LCW played for 30 mind at 12pm the day before. So really there was not much recovery time for Kevin. Mistakes due to fatique are likely to come in as a result.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jgbreezer View Post
    Kevin couldn't really stand up to LCW though, I saw that match at Wembley last Friday (live, my first ever time watching pro badders and in Wembley) and I was almost embarassed for Kevin at the mistakes he was making and not recovering from shots/predicting opponent shots near quite well enough to compete on even terms. Seems like he did well to get that far but LCW was on the way through.
    Stage fright. He knew all eyes were on him by now...
    He's a very good player; huge potential; a great asset to the game right now, when it was threatening to stagnate a bit...

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    Quote Originally Posted by shooting stroke View Post
    ..KC knows that his previous WC entry had ended early in the hands of Datuk LCW and since KC has already progress this far beyond anyone expectation, he will definetly give our Datuk LCW a match of his life if he's the one who will be going out in today 2011 WC QF match.
    ...
    ..eerily almost the identical score lines as well:
    Yonex BWF World Championships 2011 - 21-7, 21-13
    YONEX BWF WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS 2010 - 21-7, 21-11
    Quote Originally Posted by george@chongwei View Post
    He's the man to watch out for China team currently..
    ..he's to watch out for, for team CHN, really??..incl. LD, CJ?..or you meant for Chen Long and the younger CHN MS players?..
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    No Msia players can beat him except Datuk Lee

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    Kevin's current BWF ranking is 28. I hope to see him go more regularly into the quarter and semi finals stages of SS tournaments that he participates in. He needs to stitch together a good run of tournaments to boost his confidence level in the run-up to the OG. It would be great to se him shine there. And anywhere else, as well!

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    the problem with this guy is he is not that consistent...he can peak at big tournaments (OG, WC) and beat some good players and then end up losing to inferior players in small tournaments

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    Where is KC these days? Dont see him participating in any superseries event after the world championship event.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cobalt View Post
    Kevin's current BWF ranking is 28. I hope to see him go more regularly into the quarter and semi finals stages of SS tournaments that he participates in. He needs to stitch together a good run of tournaments to boost his confidence level in the run-up to the OG. It would be great to se him shine there. And anywhere else, as well!
    Quote Originally Posted by paroxysmal View Post
    Where is KC these days? Dont see him participating in any superseries event after the world championship event.
    Don't think we well see him much, probably no govt funding/support to fly/play in Opens, how he pay for coaching? via donation, sponsorships in Guatemala, soccer players have better luck there..OLY12 may be out, too bad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by **KZ** View Post
    the problem with this guy is he is not that consistent...he can peak at big tournaments (OG, WC) and beat some good players and then end up losing to inferior players in small tournaments
    He won the game against Chen Long in the first round of WC, but otherwise I'm not aware if he's ever peaked in any big tournaments or beaten any top players.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OneToughBirdie View Post
    Don't think we well see him much, probably no govt funding/support to fly/play in Opens, how he pay for coaching? via donation, sponsorships in Guatemala, soccer players have better luck there..OLY12 may be out, too bad.
    He will be at the OG12, continental representation pretty much guarantees him a spot even of he was #60 in the world...

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    Kevin's current BWF ranking is 26.

    Tournament Week Result Points Matches



    Li Ning China Open 2011 2011-47 17/32 2660 Matches
    Yonex Sunrise Hong Kong Open 2011 2011-46 17/32 2220 Matches
    XVI Pan Am Games, Guadalajara 2011 2011-42 1 5000 Matches
    XXVI Brazil International Badminton Cup 2011 2011-38 9/16 1520 Matches
    Guatemala International Challenge 2011 2011-37 3/4 2800 Matches
    Yonex BWF World Championships 2011 2011-32 5/8 6600 Matches
    2011 Yonex Canada Open 2011-29 5/8 2750 Matches
    2011 Yonex OCBC US Open Grand Prix Gold 2011-28 5/8 3850 Matches
    Maldives International Badminton Challenge 2011 2011-23 33/64 360 Matches
    Spanish Open 2011 2011-20 3/4 2800 Matches
    Slovenia International 2011 2011-19 2 2130 Matches
    XVI PERU INTERNATIONAL 2011 BADMINTON CHAMPIONSHIPS 2011-15 1 4000 Matches
    Croatian International 2011 2011-13 5/8 1370 Matches
    35th Yonex Polish International Championships 2011 2011-12 3/4 2800 Matches
    WILSON Swiss Open Grand Prix Gold 2011 2011-11 33/64 660 Matches

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    Kevin Cordon is currently at the Thailand Open GPG; he has been struggling of late, and is on the verge of being eliminated in round 1 at the Thai Open. His BWF ranking has slipped as well, down to 33. I hope he finds his mojo soon, and comes charged up for the LOG. Here's wishing you well, Kevin!!!

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