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    she need to improve her head to head against china ws player.
    now they are more beatable.

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    The Princess of Badminton @247 mag

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    she need to improve her head to head against china ws player.
    now they are more beatable.
    I think ,we will see in WC .I hope, she will do it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Penwinack View Post
    I think ,we will see in WC .I hope, she will do it.
    yes
    hopefully RI/TTY can slay a few china ws

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
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    hopefully RI/TTY can slay a few china ws
    Why are you always targeting CHN WS players? Hehe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nokh88 View Post
    Why are you always targeting CHN WS players? Hehe.
    Because of jealously, typical female.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nokh88 View Post
    Why are you always targeting CHN WS players? Hehe.
    to achieve better and earn recognition

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    16 July 2013



    Schenk tips Ratchanok to shine


    WITH her absence from the Badminton World Federation (BWF) World Championships in Guangzhou, China from Aug 5-11, Germany’s Juliane placing her bet on Thailand’s Ratchanok Intanon to spring a surprise in the women’s singles event.

    World No. 4 Schenk, who is currently training in Kuala Lumpur with the national women’s singles team, admitted that although China are still the team to beat, it will be an open contest in the women’s singles department.


    China have always managed to make it to the top, but I think it might be an open affair this year.


    The World Championships is a little different as compared to the other Superseries events, where you can send in as many players you want.


    At the World Championships, it’s limited to three or four players per country.


    “Of course you have the experienced players such as Li Xuerui and Wang Yihan from China, but players like Ratchanok are the rising stars. I’d like to see how they perform at the World Championships,” Schenk said when met after her training session at the Juara Stadium in Bukit Kiara.




    Schenk, who has withdrawn from the World Championships after a fallout with the German Badminton Association, added the pressure will now be on the Chinese players.


    Of course they (China) are used to the pressure, but at times like these, one has to see how they will handle it.


    Countries like Japan, India and the other Thai players besides Ratchanok are also improving fast.



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    “Ratchanok is my favourite player, and she has come close to winning the All England Open this year (lost to Tine Baun in the final). I think it’s time for her to win a world medal,” Schenk added.




    The 18-year-old Ratchanok, won her maiden title at the Yonex Sunrise India Open Superseries in April, and is also the most successful junior player, having won the World Junior title three times in a row from 2009-2011.





    - See more at: http://www.sports247.my/2013/07/sche....LpgwQKoL.dpuf
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    Congratulation to Ratchanok for 1st woman single world champion in thailand.

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    OH MY GOD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!
    My incredible girl May has won it!!! and write the biggest badminton history!!!
    # The Youngest Ever World Champion #
    i know when she gave her very best, fight so so hard and all out.. she actually capable to do it! AMAZIIIIIIIIIIING



    hahahahahaha I'm very very very very happy LOL all BC people here was PAWed for LXR......... and I was the only one who PAW Ratchanok Intanon (well some people laughed at me LOL ), I wonder how much money I earned if I bet,
    see just believe in yourself

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    NO.[30] MT601: [ ]Li.Xuerui.[1]........ v [x]Ratchanok.Intanon.[4](. 9 - 11 ) delete [ ]
    NO.[..] MT609: [x]Wang.X.L/Yu.Y.[1].... v [ ]Eom.H.W/Jang.Y.N.[8].(. 8 - 12 ) delete [ ]
    NO.[..] MT613: [x]M.Ahsan/H.Setiawan[6] v [ ]M.Boe/C.Mogensen.[3].( 10 - 10 ) delete [ ]
    NO.[33] MT617: [ ]Xu.Chen/Ma.Jin.[1]... v [x]T.Ahmad/L.Natsir.[3].( 10 - 10 ) delete [ ]

    NO.[A1] MT606: [x]Lee.Chong.Wei.[1].... v [ ]Lin.Dan..............(. 3 - 29 ) delete [ ]

    good luck to my PAWs

    thanks ^^

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    @XoXoXo Shenck think right? About WBC woman single this year.

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    Ratchanok I is the most talented WS player at the moment... congrats to her for winning the World Champion title.

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    What can I say? It's simply amazing. The young world Jr champ has grown up and sits on top of the badminton world at 18 yrs old. Many congrats Rat!

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    From May's Instagram, she just announced today is the 'National May Day'. Thumbs up, gal!
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    Well done to rat, today she sits on top of the world of WS badminton. Well played, well deserved!

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    more to come!hehe
    congrats!

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    The crowd were so appreciative of the new ladies singles champion. They recognised we saw a superlative player today and gave her due accolades after the match. All the Chinese supporters were clapping for the lady from the land of smiles.

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