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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonc108 View Post
    their WC pts were restored... and become WR#1 therefore...

    but pity that the pair lost to TP pair in EA Games...
    They also lost the East Asian Games Gold to Zhang Dan/Zhang Zhibo.

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    i not sure
    but arent as informed,those china player that quit china national squad and play for others places is asked to lost to current china player whenever they meet in tournament?
    i pretty sure this is correct,then why zhang/zhang can win?

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    i not sure
    but arent as informed,those china player that quit china national squad and play for others places is asked to lost to current china player whenever they meet in tournament?
    i pretty sure this is correct,then why zhang/zhang can win?
    how sure are you? Then why Zhou Mi beat Xie Xingfang in the Singapore Open 2009 Final, Zhou Mi also beat Wang Lin in the China Master 2009 Final.

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    i not sure
    but arent as informed,those china player that quit china national squad and play for others places is asked to lost to current china player whenever they meet in tournament?
    i pretty sure this is correct,then why zhang/zhang can win?
    I don't see the point in retired players in playing professional badminton anymore (as individuals) if this is the case. Wouldn't that be match fixing? Isn't that illegal? I know it happens in many sports but I don't think its that blatant to be honest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by suetyan View Post
    how sure are you? Then why Zhou Mi beat Xie Xingfang in the Singapore Open 2009 Final, Zhou Mi also beat Wang Lin in the China Master 2009 Final.
    i believe hauge said before
    there is some comment after chen hong lost to some china ms who i forget who
    i will pm hauge to comfirm this
    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    i believe hauge said before
    there is some comment after chen hong lost to some china ms who i forget who
    i will pm hauge to comfirm this
    thanks
    Thats different..Zhang/Zhang or Zhou Mi represent Macau and HKG and there is no order for them to lose...

    For Chen Hong..he represented China and that year was Olympic qualifying and Chen Hong could not qualify to play for China so he had to give ways to other chinese players at that time...

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    Quote Originally Posted by huangkwokhau View Post
    Thats different..Zhang/Zhang or Zhou Mi represent Macau and HKG and there is no order for them to lose...

    For Chen Hong..he represented China and that year was Olympic qualifying and Chen Hong could not qualify to play for China so he had to give ways to other chinese players at that time...
    oh i see
    sorry for misunderstanding

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    Watching Ma Jin's videos throughout the year, you can see how nicely her game has developed in such a short time. I can definitely see her becoming a doubles queen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sumbadder View Post
    Watching Ma Jin's videos throughout the year, you can see how nicely her game has developed in such a short time. I can definitely see her becoming a doubles queen.
    Best front woman in the net

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    Believe, or not


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    Quote Originally Posted by RedShuttle View Post
    Believe, or not

    OMG..She looks totally different.....I cant believe it

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    wow that's Ma J ?? cute

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    That picture takes a fit, proud athlete and makes her look like a nerd. IMO she looks nicer in action on the court.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fidget View Post
    That picture takes a fit, proud athlete and makes her look like a nerd. IMO she looks nicer in action on the court.
    Don't find her that attractive either way

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    Quote Originally Posted by madbad View Post
    Don't find her that attractive either way
    I didn't mean attractive. I meant she earns my respect by her bearing as a player, not as a model.

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    She looks totally different! Every part also does not resemble Ma Jin.

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    No way!!! Photoshop can do a lot of things to a person's looks.

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