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    Gao Huan leads 17-9 on 2nd set. I think he will win this match and go to SF..

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    Huan GAO [1] - Iskandar Zulkarnain ZAINUDDIN [5/8] : 21-11 21-11

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    Quote Originally Posted by robin7 View Post
    Huan GAO [1] - Iskandar Zulkarnain ZAINUDDIN [5/8] : 21-11 21-11

    wow................lame..........

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    Kok Siang/Hee Chun are up!

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    7-5 to MAS!

    Jia you!

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    It's amazing ,LYB's son was entered the men double eight .
    In China , we just thought , it is a disgrace to let his son enter the WJC.he would be lost in first or second round .
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    Quote Originally Posted by fzustudents View Post
    It's amazing ,LYB's son was entered the men double eight .
    In China , we just thought , it is a disgrace to let his son enter the WJC.he would be lost in first or second round .
    Why is it a disgrace?

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    Although I'm disappointed with the fact that 4 of 5 INA reps were down in QF so far, considering they have very few flight hour in int'l tourneys, this QF result is already beyond expectation (at least for me).
    Especially that they managed to score some upsets against some top seedings on their way into QF.

    PBSI should send them to int'l tourneys more frequently, just like what BAM does to their juniors.
    I'm pretty sure I've seen Mak/Teo and Mak/Vivian names in several GP and even SS tournaments. And their results were not disappointing, IMHO.
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    Hhhh..finally..

    at least we still have 1 representative at the SF..

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    Because LYB's son was poor performance in national competition, we believed that Li Gen have a back door into the China National Team
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    Cool!

    Anneke/Annisa become INA sole representative in SF after winning over JAP ladies, Koharu/Ayaka (ah, such cute names...)
    And... that's another upset as JAP is 5/8 seed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yojimbo View Post
    Why is it a disgrace?
    Because most people think Li Gen is in the team purely because of who his father is. There are many more deserving players who can take his place.

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    China (8 reps), Malaysia (3), South Korea (2), Indonesia (1), Singapore (1), Thailand (2), India (2), and Japan (1).
    All Asia affair, eh?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jagdpanther View Post
    China (8 reps), Malaysia (3), South Korea (2), Indonesia (1), Singapore (1), Thailand (2), India (2), and Japan (1).
    All Asia affair, eh?
    Thailand 1
    South Korea 3

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jagdpanther View Post
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    PBSI should send them to int'l tourneys more frequently, just like what BAM does to their juniors.
    I'm pretty sure I've seen Mak/Teo and Mak/Vivian names in several GP and even SS tournaments. And their results were not disappointing, IMHO.
    Mak/Teo were sent to more International tourneys after they won Asia Juniors, to prepare them for WJC. They were only paired up early this year, for WJC, LKW has graduated to the senior level, age wise.

    Mak/Vivian, well.... both focus more on MD, WD, only recent months, also as WJC preparations.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hcyong View Post
    Thailand 1
    South Korea 3
    Oops, that's right. Thank you for correcting.
    Last edited by Jagdpanther; 10-31-2008 at 09:43 AM.

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    Thumbs up A-yup... Salute to MAS

    Quote Originally Posted by eaglehelang View Post
    Mak/Teo were sent to more International tourneys after they won Asia Juniors, to prepare them for WJC. They were only paired up early this year, for WJC, LKW has graduated to the senior level, age wise.

    Mak/Vivian, well.... both focus more on MD, WD, only recent months, also as WJC preparations.
    Exactly what I mean.
    MAS coaches see their potential, and keep improving them. Now, MAS is enjoying the yield: dozens of good, young MDs. Some in the making.

    However, (this is my silly opinion) INA players are late bloomers. So-so when below their 20s, then rock the world after 20.
    AFAIK, Kido/Hendra didn't win any WJC in their junior ages (if I'm not mistaken, they were paired up when they're around 20).
    But, look, who is the reigning world MD #1, WC champ, and newly-crowned OG gold medalist?
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