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06-06-2012, 02:26 AM #69
Nahh, he is a good player but not good enough to win big titles.
08-13-2012, 12:58 PM #70
Kevin Cordon is a promising player with potential to develop much further. I understand he trains in Europe, which part, Spain,Madrid? Most likely he's constrained by lack of resources and sponsorship,most of all a quality coach to bring out the best in him. He has the right attitude,very positive,hardworking and willing to strive.
I'm suddenly reminded of another newly discovered player with potential but hampered by similar constraints - remember the Sri Lankan Niluka Karunaratne who sensationally knocked out K Tago in the London Olympics? Such a pity. If only there's a sponsorship programme to help Niluka and Kevin make it in their badminton career.
08-13-2012, 01:03 PM #71
I'm not sure Kevin is still training in Spain, he had been training there, but I hadn't heard much about his training situation recently. Sure sponsorship holds him back, he has the talent, let's see if he can take it further.
Niluka is/was living in Denmark up until the Olympics I believe, at least that's what I remember. Niluka has many brothers who also play but he takes it the most seriously, in fact he was unbeaten in Sri Lanka for over 5 years, probably still unbeaten!
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