Thread: MK/HS: Bright future ahead?
10-29-2008, 07:44 PM #86
You're the one who brought the other asian pair into this mix by saying LYD/JJS has mastered the asian styles (and then emphasize than even more with the word conquered...gosh...)... now you're crying foul when we introduced another equation (the danes to the story) and want to back track??
10-29-2008, 07:46 PM #87
And no, you're not just talking about MK/HS. You've expand it to other asian pair by saying LYD/JJS has MASTERED/CONQUERED the asian styles, CHN, INA & MAS (despite evidences quite to the contrary).
Any other back-tracking that you want to do now?
Last edited by badadum; 10-29-2008 at 07:51 PM.
10-30-2008, 01:24 AM #88
Here, you're showing again the arrogance of USA guy. Wanna teach USA english to asians???
Then what's your evidence for the reason all the CHN, INA, MAS top rankers lost to the KOR team this year??? I provided the evidence of this year's matches among them as I kept saying you might have missed to read. (why this year? i believe it's better than last year's scores to predict future. that's okay if you like to live in the past.)
I alway try to keep on the topic: MK/HS's future. I'm arguing they should still have fears in their deep mind for JJS/LYD. And CY/FHF would be in the same condition. (AFAIC the reason that CY/FHF's continuing losses to MK/HS in Final would be from their fear against them.)
One thing: I didn't say I don't like MK/HS. I like them very much and love their play. I'm just considering of their real match.
Last edited by narnia; 10-30-2008 at 01:38 AM.
10-30-2008, 08:32 AM #89
10-30-2008, 09:19 AM #90
CY/FHF always lose to MK/HS is because both pairs know their games really well and maybe MK/HS have what it takes to be the best pair in the world or maybe just maybe MK/HS are jst better than CY/FHF
10-30-2008, 11:08 AM #91
Yeah... some guy is totally misunderstanding and misusing every my word. That's okay. (If english bothers you, correct it without blaming. Can you speak other tongues?)
Yeah, I'd like to ask this question to BCers, to which I kept trying to answer:
"Which team is and will be the most difficult to win for MK/HS in the future?"
(I understand this is very related to the topic of thread. No need to create a new one.)
Last edited by narnia; 10-30-2008 at 11:19 AM.
10-30-2008, 11:40 AM #92
(In fact, JJS said after OG that he had fear for the danes as they were losing to them in H-2-H. I think they over-estimated the danes that made them so defensive, failed in fast transition to offensive modes.)
Last edited by narnia; 10-30-2008 at 11:45 AM.
10-30-2008, 12:00 PM #93
If you keep making ridiculous statement like how LYD/JJS conquered the other asian pairs (despite evidence to the contrary), then expect to be able to defend your position or face the music. Instead you back-track all over the place... English or no english, I think your position is quite ridiculously clear....you're all talk and can't back it up.
And why do you think LYD/JJS will be a threat to MK/HS, considering JJS is getting shipped to the army? They'll have even less time to practice together. In fact what make you think the KOR talking heads will even keep this pairing? Are they willing to "utilize" arguably their best MD player to pair with someone who can only do it part time???
Last edited by badadum; 10-30-2008 at 12:10 PM.
10-30-2008, 12:09 PM #94
You sure have amusing logic to try to push your position.
10-31-2008, 02:08 AM #95
..at least now i can figure out who will be defending LYD (and whoever his MD partner will be), when and if the time comes for them to shine...
But i think, as of now, since LYD's partnership with JJS is in limbo and Markis and Hendra are still playing strong, there's no doubt the current INA pair is still at the top of the MD pack.
With that said, c'mon guys, i don't know why you guys are so worked up over this seemingly endless LYD vs. MK & HS argument (MK & HS' supporters are making it like their fave MD pair's status is being threatened; LYD's (and whoever his partner will be) supporters are making it like he'll never prove himself to be amongst the best in MD or be better than Markis & Hendra)..Best thing to do is just wait and see if LYD (and whoever his partner will be) can duplicate the same thing like he and JJS did vs. Markis & Hendra, the next time both pairs meet..
Last edited by ctjcad; 10-31-2008 at 02:18 AM.
10-31-2008, 07:10 PM #96
2008 H-2-H Scoring: JJS/LYD vs. MK/HS
(I understand, in badminton matches, at the rubber set and even at the final stages, the true difference reveals. Just like you can see MK/HS's excellent plays at recent Super Series. Just check how they show their real strength at the final stage of the games. FYI, JJS/LYD will appear at the Shanghai SS.)
In Swiss Open F 2008;
In TC SF 2008;
cf. TC F 2008 vs. CY/FHF;
Last edited by narnia; 10-31-2008 at 07:24 PM.
10-31-2008, 07:29 PM #97
10-31-2008, 10:48 PM #98
ok!we get it!you are probably the only one who worships LYD/JJS
i'll admit they're good, but not the BEST, if they were, they would have won OG.
no need to get so worked up over this, man. let it go, and enough with this USA/english pathetic comments
10-31-2008, 11:09 PM #99
I understand, in badminton matches, at the rubber set and even at the final stages, the true difference reveals.
Again, your copy and paste from tournament software is just from the last couple of meet. Wanna see me copy & paste your hero defeat in the hand of a pair not even in the top 10 in MAS Open (in STRAIGHT SET nevertheless...they can't even force it to rubber game)?
Or maybe the one that illustrate their defeat by Luluk/Alvent in your own homeland? In that one they're left behind 9-0 in the rubber game and simply never recover.
Now do explain again how LYD/JJS CONQUERED/MASTERED the CHN/MAS/INA pairs when they're BEATEN AT HOME by an INA pair ???
Or are you still too dense to understand that?
Last edited by badadum; 10-31-2008 at 11:21 PM.
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