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    this Tago guy has been playing professional badminton since 2007, best result is a lost in the AE final recently. ok, he could had won it if not the bad line call as the momentum was with him toward the end of the second game, but who knows? a raising star as the OP suggested! more like a one trick pony to me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cooler View Post
    well, with ZMW's smashing power, most top players would look like tago's defense too. Tago was able to pick a few near the end but ZMW was smart enough to mix them up and put tago alway guessing.

    More headache for lcw and misbun/rashid now
    why more headache when his weapon is only using his smashing power? u should try to talk to your national coaches at home and learn something there instead of making wrong comment everytime

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    Is this the first time Tago has played WZM? If Tago is a smart kid with sharp coaches, he'll have learned a thing or two about WZM's playing style. Perhaps introduce some variation to keep WZM off balance and minimize his smashing. Easier said than done, I know

    Don't you all think making the SF is a decent showing for Tago? Are you expecting him to make the final of every tournament he enters? A few post like that. Like I said in an earlier post, Tago will settle into the correct level for him. Perhaps he'll be the new Mr. SF.

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    Gonna nip this in the bud before collateral damage occurs.

    cooler and pBmMalaysia, can I arrange for you to square off head-to-head on a neutral location... say Iceland. I hear some flights are open in that airspace now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by madbad View Post
    Gonna nip this in the bud before collateral damage occurs.

    cooler and pBmMalaysia, can I arrange for you to square off head-to-head on a neutral location... say Iceland. I hear some flights are open in that airspace now.
    seriously i don't mind but iceland is too far and you know we asian where got wear thick jacket, maybe from malaysia distance to canada divide by 2 somewhere in india? i would love to have 10 sets of singles with him and see whether he can last that long as his post does!!

    and about stringing lets show it out and place a bet enough to cover the cost of my trip + +

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    Quote Originally Posted by madbad View Post
    Is this the first time Tago has played WZM? If Tago is a smart kid with sharp coaches, he'll have learned a thing or two about WZM's playing style. Perhaps introduce some variation to keep WZM off balance and minimize his smashing. Easier said than done, I know

    Don't you all think making the SF is a decent showing for Tago? Are you expecting him to make the final of every tournament he enters? A few post like that. Like I said in an earlier post, Tago will settle into the correct level for him. Perhaps he'll be the new Mr. SF.
    you remember chen jin when he first show up? he started with big bang and was a short success but later he became the chen jin of today..

    tago is a player to watch if he can make use of his speed and he has a good and experience coach

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    Quote Originally Posted by madbad View Post
    Is this the first time Tago has played WZM? If Tago is a smart kid with sharp coaches, he'll have learned a thing or two about WZM's playing style. Perhaps introduce some variation to keep WZM off balance and minimize his smashing. Easier said than done, I know

    Don't you all think making the SF is a decent showing for Tago? Are you expecting him to make the final of every tournament he enters? A few post like that. Like I said in an earlier post, Tago will settle into the correct level for him. Perhaps he'll be the new Mr. SF.
    I agree :-) .. Tago has shown great progress! But another aspect is of course that WZM and others have noticed Tago now, and team china coaches etc will of course analyze his weakness... So Tagos opponents will probably be better prepared tactically when tey face him in future tournaments.. Same with WZM :-) Other teams coaches will start to analayse to find the "right" tactic against WZM..

    Chen Long, Tago, WZM and Victor Axelssen are probably the min forces of the future.. Maybe Rumbaka and Zulkiffli could progress as well???

    /Twobeer

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    Quote Originally Posted by twobeer View Post
    I agree :-) .. Tago has shown great progress! But another aspect is of course that WZM and others have noticed Tago now, and team china coaches etc will of course analyze his weakness... So Tagos opponents will probably be better prepared tactically when tey face him in future tournaments.. Same with WZM :-) Other teams coaches will start to analayse to find the "right" tactic against WZM..

    Chen Long, Tago, WZM and Victor Axelssen are probably the min forces of the future.. Maybe Rumbaka and Zulkiffli could progress as well???

    /Twobeer
    It's true. I neglected to add that scouting works both ways. WZM must also add layers to his game in case Tago has figured out his primary strategy. I have no doubt the CHN coaches are spying on this conversation and noting our world class analysis intently, haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlanY View Post
    this Tago guy has been playing professional badminton since 2007, best result is a lost in the AE final recently. ok, he could had won it if not the bad line call as the momentum was with him toward the end of the second game, but who knows? a raising star as the OP suggested! more like a one trick pony to me.
    Erm... he's 20 (according to Wikipedia). You don't expect him to be winning tournaments left, right and centre as a teenager do you ?

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    does he use yellow towel grip or strong grap? tago

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    Quote Originally Posted by cooler View Post
    well, with ZMW's smashing power, most top players would look like tago's defense too. Tago was able to pick a few near the end but ZMW was smart enough to mix them up and put tago alway guessing.

    More headache for lcw and misbun/rashid now
    Nahhh..... they already overcome such obstacle, namely Chen Yu. If smashing is all that matters, MAS would have ruled the world with Tan Boon Heong.

    Sorry to burst your bubble, but ZMW will probably end up being some second stringer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by madbad View Post
    It's true. I neglected to add that scouting works both ways. WZM must also add layers to his game in case Tago has figured out his primary strategy. I have no doubt the CHN coaches are spying on this conversation and noting our world class analysis intently, haha
    More like flash in a pan for me. When CL beat an ill LCW in IO09, he became the jia you fanatic proclaimed future World Champion........ and they say MAS fan tend to "over celebrate"...... rrright. Now, nobody even talks about CL anymore after a series of blunder.

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    Wait and see if he can confirm this..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Evil View Post
    Nahhh..... they already overcome such obstacle, namely Chen Yu. If smashing is all that matters, MAS would have ruled the world with Tan Boon Heong.

    Sorry to burst your bubble, but ZMW will probably end up being some second stringer.
    giving him 2 years to tighten his court movement, if not then you are absolutely right!

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    guys, find a good interview of Tago and his mum at the end (japanese) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z_8VyVgFEo8

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    Quote Originally Posted by Albatross View Post
    guys, find a good interview of Tago and his mum at the end (japanese) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z_8VyVgFEo8
    what an ugly guy with those crooked teeth!

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    But who cares... the most important thing is he's good enough to become japan number 1 ms player now

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