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    Quote Originally Posted by samuel882 View Post
    Here is for cheeyf
    LOL, u compressed the photo untill got 2 head comes out

    p/s at first i thought my screen/page was lagging but the i realise your mistake in photoshopping the picture

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    Quote Originally Posted by scann View Post
    picture 1. Can you spot where is Sabrina?
    picture 2. A piece of her, sorry fans.
    picture 3. This is the real photos of Sabrina in action.
    pic1
    she is not in the pic oni her name on the score board
    pic 2- her legs maybe?lol
    anyway thanks for the pic scann
    btw u took the pic from which seat?

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    Glad to hear this:

    http://thestar.com.my/sports/story.a...607&sec=sports

    Confident Sabrina now dares to dream big

    THE last two months of training as a mixed doubles specialist under coach Jeremy Gan has made shuttler Sabrina Chong Sook Chin (pic) a more confident player.

    And the 22-year-old now dares to dream of making it big. For a start, she will get the experience to play in the world championships in Hyderabad in August.


    Thanks to several withdrawals, Sabrina has been lucky to get to feature in the women’s doubles as well.

    She will team up with Woon Khe Wei for the women’s doubles and will partner Ong Jien Guo for the mixed doubles.

    Sabrina’s priority is the mixed doubles with her 20-year-old parner, Jien Guo.

    At the Malaysian Open Grand Prix Gold, Sabrina-Jien Guo showed great promise in the first game before going down 19-21, 7-21 to eventual champions Zheng Bo-Ma Jin of China in the quarter-finals.

    They were the only Malaysian mixed doubles pair to make the top eight in the tournament.

    In the women’s doubles, Sabrina-Khe Wei went down 21-19, 20-22, 17-21 to Indonesians Vita Marissa-Nadya Melati.

    Sabrina is looking forward to making her debut in the world championships.

    “Since April, I have been playing as a full-time mixed doubles player under Jeremy. Three times a week, I get to play in the women’s doubles,” she said.

    “Jeremy has changed my approach to the game. Thanks to his guidance, I have even changed the way I play. In the last two months, I am able to complement well with Ong.

    “Hopefully, the experience in the world championships will make us a better pair. We hope to become a strong mixed doubles pair for the country.”

    Jeremy said that he was happy with the commitment shown by Jien Guo-Sabrina in training.

    “They take whatever that is thrown at them. Their level of commitment is very high and if they continue with this attitude, they have a bright future,” he said.

    Malaysia have three other mixed doubles pairs in the world championships — Koo Kien Keat-Ng Hui Lin, Mohd Razif Abdul Latif-Khe Wei and Chan Peng Soon-Goh Liu Ying.

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    too bad sabrina lost in xd in thai open
    close match
    left WD and is a tough match
    hope she will gain good experience thr

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    gd that sabrina n khe wei stretch GL/WYL 3 sets today

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    2mr she n wkw will b in final of mini olympics
    all d best to all
    dono who to support
    haha

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    omg this is shocking. sabrina was my classmate. we were school mates in both prim and secondary school. i seriously didn't know she made it all the way to the national team!

    ****, now i wish i kept links with her so she can link me up with the men's superstars like LCW, KKK, TBH etc.

    damn.

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