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    So sorry for LYD/JJS after trying so hard in AG, even beat CY/FHF twice but endup a bronze medal again after AG Doha 2006.

    In 2006 they also lost to INA pair in SF to Luluk/Alvent....and took a bronze.
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    lyd have 2 more ag to go

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    The statistics have doubled now.
    4 in a row victory over Fu/Cai....but 2 in a row losses to Kido/Hendra.

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    Their bogey man is Kido. So need to work harder to beat them. Shift the focus away from china.

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    yes, kido/setiawan always play wisely with this pair. Tactical play. The koreans have no chance to smash at all in that match.

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    Ko Sung Hyun/Yoo Yeon Seong would be good sparring partners to keep them on their toes. Make sure they don't forget about other pairs besides CY/FHF.

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    like i said, if tc is happening now, korea could win it. put psh in 3rd singles. lol. Too bad, time is not on their side.

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    HS is controlling the front very well, good reader of their game. LYD /JJS need to play a patient game rather than an all out attack.,,just as with CY/FHF

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    Default Where to find good pictures of LYD/JJS?!

    Im searching for good pictures of LYD/JJS esp. while playing / in action...
    There probably threads with pictures of them, but im too lazy to search atm :-D

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    after a very long wait....finally

    1 1 KOR
    KOR
    CHUNG Jae Sung
    LEE Yong Dae

    53426
    52774
    92350.0000 14 Asia Korea
    2 1 CHN
    CHN
    CAI Yun
    FU Haifeng

    50251
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    91932.2445 11 Asia China
    3 DEN
    DEN
    Mathias BOE
    Carsten MOGENSEN

    50292
    51304
    81793.6999 14 Europe Denmark
    4 KOR
    KOR
    KO Sung Hyun
    YOO Yeon Seong

    88094
    52273
    77803.5241 18 Asia Korea
    5 CHN
    CHN
    CHAI Biao
    GUO Zhendong

    96784
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    61429.8184 19 Asia China

    and take note that JUNG is now CHUNG
    maybe it's the correct pronunciation i guess

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    Quote Originally Posted by aril79 View Post
    after a very long wait....finally

    1 1 KOR
    KOR
    CHUNG Jae Sung
    LEE Yong Dae

    53426
    52774
    92350.0000 14 Asia Korea
    2 1 CHN
    CHN
    CAI Yun
    FU Haifeng

    50251
    51729
    91932.2445 11 Asia China
    3 DEN
    DEN
    Mathias BOE
    Carsten MOGENSEN

    50292
    51304
    81793.6999 14 Europe Denmark
    4 KOR
    KOR
    KO Sung Hyun
    YOO Yeon Seong

    88094
    52273
    77803.5241 18 Asia Korea
    5 CHN
    CHN
    CHAI Biao
    GUO Zhendong

    96784
    14607
    61429.8184 19 Asia China


    and take note that JUNG is now CHUNG
    maybe it's the correct pronunciation i guess
    thanks to the Indonesia Open win!

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    Quote Originally Posted by aril79 View Post
    and take note that JUNG is now CHUNG
    maybe it's the correct pronunciation i guess
    Apparently "j" and "ch" have different characters in Hangul, and Jung's name definitely begins with the "j" one. He was called "Chung" in Beijing, IIRC.

    I think we need to hear him say it, really.

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    in korea,it is jung
    in chinese,it is zheng,same surname with zheng bo

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    There are many different Chinese characters for all of the spellings. For the pronunciation of Jung's name (정), my web browser gives me 55 different characters. 청 has only 8, though. The Korean gov't's official romanization method puts Jung's name as 'Jeong', since the gov't uses 'Jung' for 중, as in the first character in China(中), plus 3 other characters, though the BKA would normally spell that one unambiguously as 'joong', as they do for the name of the BWF president and the former national team head coach.

    The reason for the 'ch' is that, while his name is closest to the first syllable in the English word 'jungle', the initial consonant is actually only semi-voiced and is slightly aspirated, making it about halfway between the English 'ch' and 'j'. Indeed, older transliteration methods spelled Jung's name with the 'ch' and for the sound resembling the English 'ch', they used an apostrophe to signify the aspiration, as in the city name Ch'ŏngju, now spelled Cheongju.

    As for the BWF change to 'Chung', it may be a temporary error, as when they suddenly switched Ratchanok Intanon's name around last spring, or when they started misspelling Shin Baek Cheol as Shin Baek 'Choel'. I didn't know 'Chung' was used at Beijing but it was at the Guangzhou Asian Games.

    The BWF actually has a renegade ID for his alternate spelling. It was used last fall, temporarily denying Jung/Lee the top seed position in the first Korea GPG M&Q list.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark A View Post
    I think we need to hear him say it, really.
    Listen for yourself here.

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    I think it is spelled as JUNG..Just look at his playing badminton shirt..
    Btw, i also noticed that Lee yong dae changed his name on his shirt from Lee Y D to Lee Y. Any specific reason for this?

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    Yong Dae isn't necessarily two words. It's two syllables which are represented by two Hangul symbols. If Yong Dae is one word, then Y. Makes as much sense as Y.D. Might need a korean specialist to look in to his name

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