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    Quote Originally Posted by badMania View Post
    Oh well...the most consistent pair in the World right now has lost yet again in the first round. So sad....
    Argh, you beat me to it, mister!

    Anyone can post the match stats, I wonder?
    If not, let it be me, then.

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    And here...we..go.


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    Well, this Guo Zhendong/Xu Chen is a new pair, so, Jung Jae Sung/Lee Yong Dae have not analyzed their play thoroughly yet to be able to perform in their usual dominant fashion

    After this match, I am pretty confident that the consistent and dominating Jung/Lee will yet again dominate the MD! Hurrah!!! Esp with Kido/Hendra's own dismal and erratic performance recently, Jung/Lee should win the World Championships this year! God forbid them losing to another new pair in the early rounds
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    Jung/Lee had such a commanding and dominating lead at 16-8, and then 20-18, only to see that lead being overturned right at the end and the CHN pair ended up winning the second set 22-20.

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    Quote Originally Posted by badMania View Post
    Oh well...the most consistent pair in the World right now has lost yet again in the first round. So sad....
    Thanks for reminding me of that; you were remembering that!

    Yeah, that's very unusual in their stats.
    This record can be a big thing in their consistency.

    JJS/LYD had lost to GZ(with XZ) in 2007 ABC SF. At the time, Guo showed very fast and aggressive movements. I know he's good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by narnia View Post
    Thanks for reminding me of that; you were remembering that!

    Yeah, that's very unusual in their stats.
    This record can be a big thing in their consistency.

    JJS/LYD had lost to GZ(with XZ) in 2007 ABC SF. At the time, Guo showed very fast and aggressive movements. I know he's good.
    agree,..GZD have very fast drive, powerful and flat......he's only dont have a better partner,...XZB is not the ideal one for him...I think...!

    maybe CX could be the one for him......

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    In yesterday's match against the newbie Chinese pair (Guo Zhendong & Xu Chen), the Korean game was a wreck.

    Clearly, Lee Yong Dae was the weakest player in the match. Where Jung Jae Sung was sharp and deadly (on the few occasions that he was afforded a good lift), Yong Dae seemed unprepared and lost. In fact, as soon as Zhang Jun noticed the lengthening string of errors from Lee Yong Dae, he had his players direct almost every attack at Yong Dae. And it worked.

    The closing moments were especially bad for Lee Yong Dae. He wasted a net-tap, failed to attack two consecutive half-court lifts, tried to intercept a crosscourt lift that his partner could have killed and, in short, squandered the winning lead the Koreans had.

    Jung Jae Sung made no secret of his frustration. As soon as the handshakes were exchanged, he and the senior coach walked off without waiting for Lee Yong Dae.

    As for Ha Tae Kwon, the crowd will remember his loud rant for a long time.
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    aww, that's pretty bad

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oldhand View Post
    In yesterday's match against the newbie Chinese pair (Guo Zhendong & Xu Chen), the Korean game was a wreck.

    Clearly, Lee Yong Dae was the weakest player in the match. Where Jung Jae Sung was sharp and deadly (on the few occasions that he was afforded a good lift), Yong Dae seemed unprepared and lost. In fact, as soon as Zhang Jun noticed the lengthening string of errors from Lee Yong Dae, he had his players direct almost every attack at Yong Dae. And it worked.

    The closing moments were especially bad for Lee Yong Dae. He wasted a net-tap, failed to attack two consecutive half-court lifts, tried to intercept a crosscourt lift that his partner could have killed and, in short, squandered the winning lead the Koreans had.

    Jung Jae Sung made no secret of his frustration. As soon as the handshakes were exchanged, he and the senior coach walked off without waiting for Lee Yong Dae.

    As for Ha Tae Kwon, the crowd will remember his loud rant for a long time.

    Aaaaaw
    Maybe it's just not his day. This happens to everyone.

    Narnia, Yong Dae is alone. He looks sad. He needs company. Why don't you cheer him up?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oldhand View Post
    In yesterday's match against the newbie Chinese pair (Guo Zhendong & Xu Chen), the Korean game was a wreck.

    Clearly, Lee Yong Dae was the weakest player in the match. Where Jung Jae Sung was sharp and deadly (on the few occasions that he was afforded a good lift), Yong Dae seemed unprepared and lost.
    That was quite uncommon as our resident KOR fan here proclaimed that "the KOR duo are fast learners of their opponents' tactics. They are the best in Badminton Basics and Strategical Management of Games".

    Looks like being the BEST in badminton basics and the strategic management of games had backfired big time yesterday night and the BEST pair in the World today could not avoid the straight-sets defeat

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    Quote Originally Posted by badMania View Post
    Jung/Lee had such a commanding and dominating lead at 16-8, and then 20-18, only to see that lead being overturned right at the end and the CHN pair ended up winning the second set 22-20.
    this shows that they can't overcome the pressure and can't finish off the game although they BEST pair in the World today
    nobody's perfect in this world

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    Default Off topic-Not really a newbie CHN pair..

    Quote Originally Posted by Oldhand View Post
    In yesterday's match against the newbie Chinese pair (Guo Zhendong & Xu Chen), the Korean game was a wreck.
    ...
    ..actually Guo Zhendong & Xu Chen are not a newbie pair. They've actually been paired before, on and off, since 2004. They've recently been paired back & playing together again since the end of 2008.
    JJS & LYD haven't been sharp as of late.
    *Thanks anyway for the brief recap of their match.

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    Quote Originally Posted by george@chongwei View Post
    this shows that they can't overcome the pressure and can't finish off the game although they BEST pair in the World today
    nobody's perfect in this world
    That's the weakest point about LYD. Next time, he will not allow them to attack like today. That's the way he always did.

    As LYD plays in two categories, he's controlling his stamina to play for a full week. That's one of the reasons of such results. Actually, CHN capitalizes on that weakness very tactically in recent tournaments.

    Anyway, off the topic, LYD should reduce his activities outside camp in Korea. He's so popular and busy to be called here and there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by narnia View Post
    As LYD plays in two categories, he's controlling his stamina to play for a full week. That's one of the reasons of such results. Actually, CHN capitalizes on that weakness very tactically in recent tournaments.
    Ic..ic...strangely though, we did not see such excuses being given when the KOR duo was in their DOMINATING form eh? Oh...and Xu Chen too was playing in XD earlier yesterday

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    Quote Originally Posted by ctjcad View Post
    JJS & LYD haven't been sharp as of late.
    *Thanks anyway for the brief recap of their match.
    in other words...they lost a shade of their dominating edge

    But the same goes for Kido/Hendra as well...sigh....with Kido's never-fully-recovered knee They nearly lost to the GER pair yesterday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by badMania View Post
    in other words...they lost a shade of their dominating edge

    But the same goes for Kido/Hendra as well...sigh....with Kido's never-fully-recovered knee They nearly lost to the GER pair yesterday.
    Nevertheless, I guess they're gonna make something in this tourney. Kido is such a guy! For quite a long time, they're hunger for the champion and they need some "mental" practice before INA Open. They will.

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    Quote Originally Posted by badMania View Post
    Ic..ic...strangely though, we did not see such excuses being given when the KOR duo was in their DOMINATING form eh? Oh...and Xu Chen too was playing in XD earlier yesterday
    Quote Originally Posted by badMania View Post
    in other words...they lost a shade of their dominating edge

    But the same goes for Kido/Hendra as well...sigh....with Kido's never-fully-recovered knee They nearly lost to the GER pair yesterday.
    ..how do i describe it, they're just not sharp, for some reason. Or maybe the CHN pair simply learned something from how Cai Yun & FHF won over the KOR pair in the recent Sudirman Cup.
    With the way Oldhand described what he saw, it sounded like LYD was trying to do a bit too much out there by himself. Maybe thinking that he's playing XD with LHJ covering him.
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