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    anyone why jung jae sung keeps switching racket models so often? whereas LYD seems to just stick with BS 09, since Korea National switched to Victor it appears JJS has played with all their rackets except SW 36....originally using SW35 then BS09 then BS10 then BS11 and back to BS10....anybody have any clue as to why?

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    Default ^^only valid answer you'll get is..^^

    ..if you asked JJS, himself..otherwise, all of us BCers will give our guesses as answers..

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    ^
    haha, good answer

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    I love JJS. He is a living proof that height is not a disadvantage in badminton. He's one of my idols.

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    ..if Rexy and that M'sian coach Yap Kim Hock can play as if they're 185cm tall, why can't JJS??..

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    Quote Originally Posted by ctjcad View Post
    ..if Rexy and that M'sian coach Yap Kim Hock can play as if they're 185cm tall, why can't JJS??..
    JJS leaps very high.

    He'snot only a smasher, he can pretend to hit a powerful jump smash, and then, at the last moment, make a delicate drop shot instead. Isn't that amazing?

    Gill Clark always says that in doubles, you have to make your partner look good. This is what exactly JJS does to his partner. And I think that LYD is not afraid to take the half chances at the front court because he knows that JJS always got his back. That is what you call real partnership.

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    Yes.. he is Malaysia's version of Yap Kim Hock.

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    i want to see how that jungjaesung chap looks like with his head shaved clean.maybe he will look excatly like yapkim hock? yapkim hock jr.?

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    Quote Originally Posted by venkatesh View Post
    he can pretend to hit a powerful jump smash, and then, at the last moment, make a delicate drop shot instead. Isn't that amazing?
    Having a cannon smash just makes this shot all the more annoying to the opponents. Apparently he's quite famous for it on tour.

    The more of these two I watch the more I think they are the most evenly-matched MD pair I have ever seen; almost everyone else has a bias, however slight, but these two move around each other so smoothly and seem to be happy anywhere on court... really looking forward to seeing them at the AE next month. If you want the best example of them in action, watch the China Open final from last year - an extraordinary game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark A View Post
    If you want the best example of them in action, watch the China Open final from last year - an extraordinary game.
    Is this against the Malaysian pair? I soooo much agree. Their rotation here was superb. They're everywhere. They've pretty much covered every corners of the court. Amazing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by venkatesh View Post
    I love JJS. He is a living proof that height is not a disadvantage in badminton. He's one of my idols.
    I totally agree with you, I really think he's extremely underratet because people always talk about Lee Yong Dae (I agree he's superb :P). I esspecially like him since im a small player myself

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dokkie View Post
    I totally agree with you, I really think he's extremely underratet because people always talk about Lee Yong Dae (I agree he's superb :P). I esspecially like him since im a small player myself
    no one underrate jjs but then
    lyd is famous for both his on court result and his face

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dokkie View Post
    I totally agree with you, I really think he's extremely underratet because people always talk about Lee Yong Dae (I agree he's superb :P). I esspecially like him since im a small player myself
    Yeah. I can also relate to that.
    Another counterpart of JJS is Kido. I wonder how they would fair if they partner each other.

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    ^
    big adjustment will be made, think of who were their partners are, hendra for Kido and LYD for JJS, these players (hendra and LYD) dominates the front play a lot....

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    Quote Originally Posted by venkatesh View Post
    Yeah. I can also relate to that.
    Another counterpart of JJS is Kido. I wonder how they would fair if they partner each other.
    Yh i have thought about that alot too :P. What if u would like mix up JJS/LYD, KKK/THB, FU/CAI, MK/HS what would be the best pair, if u can't combine a front player and a back player :P, i guess it would be JJS/MK or KKK/LYD

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    Poor JJS, without AG Gold he has no exemption from thier Korean National Service.....

    He had missed the Olympic Gold and now AG......

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