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10-30-2013, 01:48 PM #851
Hey guys, i'm looking for a wallpaper of wang shi xian but i can't find one on the web Can someone help me ?
10-31-2013, 02:46 AM #852
https://www.google.com.sg/search?q=W...w=1097&bih=568 Hope it's what you're looking for.
10-31-2013, 04:13 AM #853
Thanks but i already did that ^^ The thing is that the image is way too small to be a wallpaper and it end up being all blur
11-15-2013, 12:01 PM #854
Wang Shixian, you did it again for the second consecutive time in less than a month, besting the formidable Intanon R, in the QF of the CHN Open ! - I was almost blown away by your amazing performance, a phenomenal feat, no less.
OK , allow me humbly to talk briefly about my view of the WSX vs IR match earlier today (15th Nov).
In G1, the two protagonists match each other blow for blow until IR was holding two gamepoints, then out of the blue, WSX leveled up to force deuce and finally stunned IR by taking the crucial points to win 24-22.
I'm sure for an established,experienced player as IR is, she could not be too fazed by it. In fact, in G2, she started off very determined with all guns blazing. But to WSX's credit, she was up to the challenge, giving her ferocious attacking opponent as good as she got, even retrieving several near-impossible shots and a number of times counterattacking forcefully.
It was at that point that IR became confused, at a loss what to do, hence started to commit a string of errors and,before she knew it, quickly fell far behind. Once she realized it was beyond her to salvage the game, she lost the will to fight and ended G2 and the match in humiliating defeat.
For me, this outstanding and well-deserved victory by WSX overshadows whether she would go on to win the title in the end.
Let us be fair and acknowledge WSX for her supreme effort and consummate skills in winning a superb match against the reigning WC, Intanon Ratchanok, at the QF of the CHN Open PSS.
11-16-2013, 07:01 PM #855
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11-17-2013, 08:25 AM #857
It is absolutely certain to me that Wang Shixian has more or less put the unhappy past behind her,particularly the incident of London Olympic deselection though it doesn't mean she has forgotten the painful experience, only that she has completely come out of it stronger, not looking back but ahead.
Yesterday at the post match interview after beating Porntip, the reporter was commenting on her excellent performance winning the French Open and then followed by advancing to the final of the China Open. Instead of showing elation, she didn't talk much and , in a matter-of-fact tone, merely said that winning one superseries title didn't mean that her whole year's bad results were erased.
Yea, my girl, that's the right attitude. For her to overcome her longstanding weaknesses and obstacles to start her winning ways again deserves our admiration. It is not just that she won out twice against the reigning world champion, Intanon R, known for her exceptional skills twice in the space of one month but the manner in which she achieved it that merits our fullest praise and recognition. In other words, it is not the what but the how she did it that amazes me.
I bet we will be seeing much more of Wang Shixian henceforth. Go for it, Shixian ! JiaYou !
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11-17-2013, 12:15 PM #858
still no wallpaper of wang shixian ? :'(
11-17-2013, 11:59 PM #859
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11-25-2013, 03:56 AM #862
May I know what racket is she using nowadays? The black n yellow Li Ning racket.
Kindly advice. Thanks
11-25-2013, 04:04 AM #863
i think ultra carbon 2200B
11-25-2013, 10:33 AM #864
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11-28-2013, 01:20 AM #865
hey can you post the link of that interview
11-28-2013, 12:03 PM #866
Normally I'm not too particularly concerned about world ranking but today I can't help but notice that Wang Shixian has shot up to WR No.2 replacing Intanon Ratchanok. Absolutely well-deserved.
In a way, this is testament to WSX's amazing run of successes lately, her return to top form, her renewed status as one of the very best WS players at the moment.
Precisely, the way she played, the opponents she beat - Intanon R and Porntip B twice each within one month no less - and her appearance in three successive SS finals winning one of them, the French Open, made her more than worthy of the No.2 world ranking now and, at the rate she is going, who knows, she might rise to the No.1 spot in good time.
All this wouldn't be so notable if not for the fact that little more than a year ago, she was struggling with plummeting form and prolonged depression attributed to that fateful London Olympics deselection and it went on for more than a year, threatening her place in the CHN national team or even to cut short her badminton career.
For her dismal performance to remain at rock bottom for so long and then to suddenly within the space of the last one month to rise from the ashes and soar like a phoenix in resplendent fashion is, to me, nothing short of a phenomenal feat meriting the highest praise.
Assuredly, she has set an excellent and most encouraging example for others in similar distressing,seemingly hopeless circumstances to follow and take heart, in that it is still possible to make a great comeback as long as one never abandons oneself to despair but willing to stay the course.
12-08-2013, 10:30 AM #867
Scenes of WSX's last few tournaments flash to my mind. I recall seeing how coach Zhang Ning and WSX interacted and communicated with each other, their body language during the intervals and immediately after the final matchpoints were settled and then the players shook hands and WSX ran towards her coach(es) in triumphant celebration.
So good to see the mentor-student or coach-player or teacher-disciple relationship has improved so much when in the past it was once rumoured to be strained.
Also heartening to see that WSX's fitness is superb nowadays, since when was the last time we can say this of her I haven't the faintest idea. Instead I vaguely remember reading somewhere about an occasion in the past when WSX was rumoured to have complained of tiredness after losing a match (to Lu Lan in a certain BAC event) for which poor excuse she was chided by her coach Zhang Ning.
In fact, it was reported that LXR after narrowly beating WSX in the CHN Open final last month, exclaimed to the reporter at the post-match interview literally:"... Wang Shixian's running ability is too strong...." (those were LXR's exact words which I have translated as 'WSX's court coverage is too good.')
In conclusion,I believe WSX's improved good working relationship with her coach Zhang Ning and her own self-discipline in serious physical training are two other supplementary factors that contributed to her great comeback.
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