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    Ha... I didn't realize you put Tago already that high.

    For your last question. Yes. Because Joko often stood still on the court, having no idea in which direction to move (typical situation for amateurs, right?).

    Quote Originally Posted by ctjcad View Post
    - Don't be confused. I would say Tago is not in the same level as CJ, PG & TH..yet. Those guys are at least 1 level above Persson. Thus, those guys' levels are a bit above Tago. Don't look into their rankings (top 10 etc.) too much.
    - I will watch it later. But i wouldn't be surprised w/what you described.
    - I can also do likewise with the 1990 AE Final: Edit ZJH out. Did Joko move like an amateur? Did he reflex like an amateur? Did he perform shots like an amateur?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ye333 View Post
    Ha... I didn't realize you put Tago already that high.

    For your last question. Yes. Because Joko often stood still on the court, having no idea in which direction to move (typical situation for amateurs, right?).
    - Yes, IMO, his level is higher than Persson & Zwiebler. I saw with my own eyes Tago's game, so it's nothing biased, just simple observation. Proved also by the scoreboards. Tago's skills are pretty good, esp. his footwork. But he's not as high (in level) as the other 3 players you mentioned.
    - I could say the same with LCW. With the way Super Dan played in the 08 OG, LCW had no idea, no time, no chance to read LinDan's moves..

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    Default I just watched it, too..

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    Finally watched the match (thanks badmintonfreak.com!). I would say Simon won easily due to experience. The young man Tago just lost focus after Simon varied pace a little, and is not fighting anymore. Is it fatigue? I don't know.
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    ..okay, i just finished watching that match. And boy, i nearly fell asleep..
    From my observation, I would say Tago seemed like he either didn't want to play or he just looked lost out there. Esp. in the 1st game, many unforced errors from him and he hardly moved like in his previous match. He could also improve on his defense as i saw many times he could barely react to Simon's smashes. He could be fatigued but he was moving okay in the 2nd game. I also don't know if that was their first ever meeting but i'd wait til their next match to see how Tago has figured out Simon.

    Btw, here's their 09 Worlds' match videos:
    http://www.badmintonfreak.com/simon-...ip-2009-video/

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    Well he is promising... played with a cool attitude and he is in the finals of the 100th all england.

    He is young and there is a lot more for him but this has been a good on for him...

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    finaly...my fave ms have his own thread...
    finally
    my fave ms entered the ae final

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    finally
    my fave ms entered the ae final
    i didnt know that u r into japanese products

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    I think I posted http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...17&postcount=4 .. back in 2007 .. in the "future stars" thread :-)

    /Twobeer

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    Quote Originally Posted by cooler View Post
    i didnt know that u r into japanese products
    there is another upcoming ms
    and he is more handsome than any japan player i had seen
    watanabe tatsuya
    and also mitani minatsu
    my fave^^

    Quote Originally Posted by twobeer View Post
    I think I posted http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...17&postcount=4 .. back in 2007 .. in the "future stars" thread :-)

    /Twobeer
    brilliant

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    Imagine he win the AE : he now would be considered as a legend in Badminton having win over LCW in the final of the older tournament ever, after victories over BCL, TMN etc..

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    there is another upcoming ms
    and he is more handsome than any japan player i had seen
    I thought you were going to say "myself" or "george"

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    good, surprising performance by him in this yr's AE..if he keeps this up, who knows, he might indeed be following his own baddy idol, Taufik Hidayat..

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    Kenich's movement is awesome. "It's not just footwork!" He is moving around all court so smoothly, seamlessly and freely. I thought Shoji was one of the quickest MS players but Tago sang goes beyond that.

    Not just movement, his mentality got very strong - check the scoring graphs against CJ and BCL.


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    Kenbo...let's call him that

    Anyway, congratulations for him to enter the All-England finals. He is a player to watch, following spectacular defeats against Chen Jin and Bao Chunlai. Can he add Lee Chong Wei to the list?

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    Quite amusing...just that Kenicki wins over CJ and BCL, praises flow freely, like Tago is the next one, the chosen one. LD lost to BCL, and that is an end of an era, washup and history. Lets see how CHN and LD perform at WC10 and AG10 before we say the end of his domination Next time, LD will bring along his secret weapon 'Itu Barang'
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    The better man wins this time and all the time, Tago earns his ticket to the final and may the better man wins tomorrow...I was thinking if LD took 3 months off, sucked in his last tournament which is EAG09 and it took BCL who is a top 5 world class player playing his best baddy in top form 3-set to beat LD, what happens if LD regain his old form and game sharp next time. This loss could be a blessing and may actually push LD so to say Lin Dan is Done and write him of is quite dangerous.
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    Quote Originally Posted by madbad View Post
    I thought you were going to say "myself" or "george"
    nah
    watanabe tatsuya is the most handsome
    handsome than lyd

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    LIMSY that was quite gay. IMHO

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