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    kuan kam chung lost

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    she are the runner up in ajc 2009
    a great prospect
    a ratchanok from chinese taipei

    oh i see .. that make me feel better ...

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    Luckyly, those back up still survives.........those juniors all gone....

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    Quote Originally Posted by aresya View Post
    oh i see .. that make me feel better ...
    And who is Wakita Yu ..........managed to beat the mighty Tai Tze Ying, the runners up of AJC 2009, the ratchanok of taiwan..............?

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    yu wakita is an experienced player from japan i think
    she did play in the doubles category too..

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    for xd
    it will be a failure if they didnt grab all the spot.

    for ws
    chen will meet ratchanok in final i think

    for ms
    again,it will be a failure if they didnt grab all the spot

    for wd
    3 spot for mas

    for md
    atleast 3 spot here
    only threat is from thailand

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    Chinese Taipei WS player TAI Tze Ying just 15 years old, asia junior GS runner up, Yonex-Sunrise Vietnam Open GP 2009 WS runner up
    Last edited by b01108; 11-19-2009 at 11:54 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by b01108 View Post
    Chinese Taipei WS player TAI Tze Ying just 15 years old, asia junior GS runner up, Yonex-Sunrise Vietnam Open GP 2009 WS runner up
    relax my friend
    someone just post empty talk with no fact to support his claim
    just let him be in his world and we still in the real world
    cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by b01108 View Post
    Chinese Taipei WS player TAI Tze Ying just 15 years old, asia junior GS runner up, Yonex-Sunrise Vietnam Open GP 2009 WS runner up
    That's true,...a 15 year old girl and not even a AJC Champion.

    The real fact is our WS 19/20 years old player begins with some good results years ago, after that, she starts to never won over 1st liner, always lost to 2nd liners and now even losing to those 15 year old super kids ( not ratchanok),with very low score, if this dont stop,....she might lost to players from kambodia, Myanmar and Brunei................

    Face the fact, dont try to avoid from it, blaming the opponents being too good, never improve own self and think of performing just to impress coaches and BAM only.....all this are facts.......bad one of course !

    The real world is cruel, if ones dont improve, keep blaming.......he or she will be left behine.......and drifted away........God bless
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    Quote Originally Posted by george@chongwei View Post
    yu wakita is an experienced player from japan i think
    she did play in the doubles category too..
    And did she manged to enter Jap 1st national team, or their 2nd team....?

    How old is she.......? She is so so good to beat Taiwan ratchanok ....

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    At least Arif is still show some consolation, managed to beat poochalat pisit from thai.......but still at same old level, if not going backward........

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    Quote Originally Posted by jasonmarc View Post
    And did she manged to enter Jap 1st national team, or their 2nd team....?

    How old is she.......? She is so so good to beat Taiwan ratchanok ....
    she's not young anymore i think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jasonmarc View Post
    And who is Wakita Yu ..........managed to beat the mighty Tai Tze Ying, the runners up of AJC 2009, the ratchanok of taiwan..............?

    a sister of YU Hirayama perhaps
    just kidding ...

    i understand your worries ...
    we all worried about our 'static' back up players...
    maybe they still need time

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    Quote Originally Posted by jasonmarc View Post
    That's true,...a 15 year old girl and not even a AJC Champion.

    The real fact is our WS 19/20 years old player begins with some good results years ago, after that, she starts to never won over 1st liner, always lost to 2nd liners and now even losing to those 15 year old super kids ( not ratchanok),with very low score, if this dont stop,....she might lost to players from kambodia, Myanmar and Brunei................

    Face the fact, dont try to avoid from it, blaming the opponents being too good, never improve own self and think of performing just to impress coaches and BAM only.....all this are facts.......bad one of course !

    The real world is cruel, if ones dont improve, keep blaming.......he or she will be left behine.......and drifted away........God bless
    Quote Originally Posted by jasonmarc View Post
    And did she manged to enter Jap 1st national team, or their 2nd team....?

    How old is she.......? She is so so good to beat Taiwan ratchanok ....
    Quote Originally Posted by jasonmarc View Post
    At least Arif is still show some consolation, managed to beat poochalat pisit from thai.......but still at same old level, if not going backward........
    yeah!
    malaysia boleh to jason

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    1st title from xd
    i want tan/woon to win again

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    thailand looks good for ws title

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    Go Arif!!!! You can do it! Take the title man

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