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    This guy i confirm is no flash in the pan. Solid player. Defo Denmark next star

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    Superb player...
    Can see he is definitely awesome the way he was playing Gade at HKO.
    Very unlucky he lost that game when he kinda twist his foot.

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    JOJ and MZ are two promising MS young star from Europe..........

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    quite a surprise seeing JOJ defeat Dato LCW in rubber games (in this China Open 2 SS). The score in the 1st game is a bit of an eye-opening, 6 pts only for LCW??..Have they met & played against each other before? maybe it's their 1st meeting and Dato LCW was clueless??..or Dato LCW simply didn't have the legs to push through??..

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    Quote Originally Posted by ctjcad View Post
    quite a surprise seeing JOJ defeat Dato LCW in rubber games (in this China Open 2 SS). The score in the 1st game is a bit of an eye-opening, 6 pts only for LCW??..Have they met & played against each other before? maybe it's their 1st meeting and Dato LCW was clueless??..or Dato LCW simply didn't have the legs to push through??..
    from my vague memory, datuk lcw had played JOJ b4 and it wasn't that long ago. Hmmmmmm, in 2009 sudirman cup and wilson super series. In the wilson SS, lcw beat joj in 3 sets.
    Last edited by cooler; 11-18-2009 at 02:10 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ctjcad View Post
    quite a surprise seeing JOJ defeat Dato LCW in rubber games (in this China Open 2 SS). The score in the 1st game is a bit of an eye-opening, 6 pts only for LCW??..Have they met & played against each other before? maybe it's their 1st meeting and Dato LCW was clueless??..or Dato LCW simply didn't have the legs to push through??..
    What's so surprising? IIRC, He have beaten Park SW & BP before and lost to Taufik in 2009 WC with a very very close margin. He had also beaten Peter Gade in Denmark Open not too long ago.

    Definitely, one up and rising star!!!

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    Default ^^I am not surprised..^^

    ..by his results vs. those players you mentioned. IMO, those players are slightly below LCW's and LD's (and perhaps CJ's & BCL's) levels..
    Quote Originally Posted by cooler View Post
    from my vague memory, datuk lcw had played JOJ b4 and it wasn't that long ago. Hmmmmmm, in 2009 sudirman cup and wilson super series. In the wilson SS, lcw beat joj in 3 sets.
    ..thank you for recalling they had met before. Btw, in that Swiss Open SS meeting, LCW didn't get 6 pts in any of the games, did he??..
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    Need more young players like him to continue the strong Danish traditions......
    The same holds true for the rest of the European baddy world.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ctjcad View Post
    ..by his results vs. those players you mentioned. IMO, those players are slightly below LCW's and LD's (and perhaps CJ's & BCL's) levels..

    ..thank you for recalling they had met before. Btw, in that Swiss Open SS meeting, LCW didn't get 6 pts in any of the games, did he??..
    i'm not taking any side of JOJ or lcw. It just showed JOJ is improving as months go by, while lcw it seems more unpredictable as of late. He had a good rest and won the hko, and yet, faltered so fast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jug8man View Post
    This guy i confirm is no flash in the pan. Solid player. Defo Denmark next star
    still too early to say remember Chen Long. once you are notice by other players they will study your style of playing and find your weakness or find ways to counter your strong points. eg more people are better in handling LCW now than before. In HK open in the 2nd set PG shift a gear and blown LCW away but being 'old' he cannot maintain that gear and thus suffer in the rubber.
    IMO so far only LD can shift gear in and out and maintain playing at higher lever longer than anyone else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by benjamin59 View Post
    still too early to say remember Chen Long. once you are notice by other players they will study your style of playing and find your weakness or find ways to counter your strong points. eg more people are better in handling LCW now than before. In HK open in the 2nd set PG shift a gear and blown LCW away but being 'old' he cannot maintain that gear and thus suffer in the rubber.
    IMO so far only LD can shift gear in and out and maintain playing at higher lever longer than anyone else.
    so tell me, of ALL the professional player nowadays, WHO can beat LIN DAN?

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    Quote Originally Posted by george@chongwei View Post
    so tell me, of ALL the professional player nowadays, WHO can beat LIN DAN?
    XXF...............

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    lols.... i guess in order to defeat lindan one has to be in their extreme top form though....

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    MZ is also busy with his studies so it's hard to accomplish in badminton on top of his studies. Hopefully PG retire and be the Danish coach and guide JOJ to a world championship final!

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    Quote Originally Posted by daunt View Post
    lols.... i guess in order to defeat lindan one has to be in their extreme top form though....
    cooler has be thinking otherwise

    sorry for the OT

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    Quote Originally Posted by george@chongwei View Post
    so tell me, of ALL the professional player nowadays, WHO can beat LIN DAN?
    i think only china player can beat LD , as i remember his last lose is to CJ in IO 21-3 and that make out so many arguement why LD lose by only gained 3pts
    IMO none can beat LD now..he just like a god of badminton..and i think he deserved it,he trained very hard.really want to see LD play MD,can he be the god?? as MD event doesn't have a dominant pair

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    no..its 21-4...but it doesnt matter anymore as its under 5..

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