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04-27-2010, 09:22 PM #154
Credit to Kim Hock's hard work
04-27-2010, 09:42 PM #155
Credit to Kim Hock's hard work
By K.M. Boopathy
MALAYSIA'S dominance in the boys' doubles of the World Junior Championships has ensured that there is steady flow of players with potential.
Thanks to a group of dedicated coaches, most recently the efforts of Yap Kim Hock, in churning out champions at junior level, we have quality players joining the national back-up squad again.
Ow Yao Han and Chooi Kah Ming won the title last year and the former, this year, combined with Yew Hong Kheng to retain the title and credit should go to Kim Hock for helping the players progress since he took over as juniors' coach in 2009.
The trio will now be under another experienced hand in Tan Kim Her and having coached top youngsters such as Lee Yong Dae in South Korea, Kim Her should guide these players to become established senior pairs.
Kim Her will most likely pair Yao Han with Kah Ming and the coach should not have any problem finding an able partner for Hong Kheng as Goh Jian Hao could fit in.
Kim Her is presently in charge of fast rising combination Mak Hee Chun-Tan Wee Kiong and Yao Han-Kah Ming and Hong Kheng, with his new partner, should also make quick progress.
Kim Hock is expected to guide Nelson Heg-Teo Ee Yi, runners-up to Yao Han-Hong Kheng, as they can play in next year's World Juniors.
The exits of boys' singles Zulfadli Zulkifli and Loh Wei Sheng in the preliminary rounds show that they are struggling and they should be drafted into the back-up squad under either Rashid Sidek or Hendrawan.
A special programme should be prepared for them as they will not be able to attend full-time training due to their SPM exams this year and their progress should be closely monitored.
This is to ensure they don't go off tangent and can immediately join full-time training with the back-up squad once the exams are over in December.
04-29-2010, 12:27 AM #156
Yao Han, Hong Kheng leave it
I will accept any player one as my partner and will work hard to make it to the 2016 Olympics. I have played with Hong Kheng as well as Kah Ming. What is important is for me to continue working hard to achieve my dream,” said Yao Han upon arrival at Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) yesterday.
“We didn’t win the Asian Junior title but we managed to overcome our weaknesses (in Mexico) and we have our coach Yap (Kim Hock) to thank for that.
“This is a the start for me but and I still have a long way to go. I want to keep working hard and achieve better results.”
I have failed so many times but I have finally won the best title. in my last tournament. I hope that I can achieve more with Yao Han although I’m not sure who I will partner for future tournaments,” said Hong Kheng.
“I hope to make it into the back-up squad and also I hope to play in the Olympics.”
Meanwhile, the BA of Malaysia (BAM) president Datuk Nadzmi Salleh applauded the Malaysia's efforts of Yao Han-Hong Kheng and Nelson Heg-Teo Ee Yi, the beaten finalists. made the final.
"It was good too see two Malaysian pairs making the final for the first time, and it is safe to say we have some quality players for the 2016 Olympics,” said Nadzmi.
“However, it’s not the case with the singles so and we have to double-up our efforts to unearth more talent.”
Hong Kheng finally lands a title to remember
I did not get to play in the boy’s doubles at the World Juniors last year as the coach (Yap Kim Hock) chose to field me in the mixed doubles. I did not win a medal ... we only went as far as the third round,” said Hong Kheng.
“This win means a lot to me. I will no longer be eligible to play in the junior ranks next year and I was very determined not to end my junior career without anything significant. So it’s good to get this win together with Yao Han.”
Penangite Hong Kheng, who looks at Tan Boon Heong as his idol, said that their chances brightened after the top seeded Koreans Ji-wook-Sueng-il exited the tournament at the quarter-finals stage.
“We knew our chances were good but it was not easy playing our team-mates. They had always beaten us in training and we were trailing quite far in the early stage of the first game. But luckily, we managed to come back,” he said.
05-26-2010, 02:31 AM #157
Jia Lin the player to beat
i will be glad if she beat yang li lian
mean we have another good ws
World junior champs and Wei Sheng the ones to beat
“It is harder in Sukma as we may be up against the national back-up pairs. But I hope to boost my confidence by winning the title as it’s my last outing in the Under-18 division,” he said.
05-28-2010, 05:08 AM #158
05-28-2010, 09:33 AM #159
05-29-2010, 11:58 AM #160
05-30-2010, 01:51 AM #161
some positive result for me in the final of national gp finals
yang li lian won it and her opponent only 16
the latter have 2 more ajc to go
nelson and teo beat tan/goh comfortably
another positive result en route to their ajc and wjc next year
goh giap chin beat loh wei sheng!!!
he and zulfadli will spur head for mas ms in ajc and wjc
will zulfadli getting high profile on other country radar
i hope goh giap chin can did what loh wei sheng did in ajc 2010
05-30-2010, 07:11 AM #162
05-30-2010, 07:22 AM #163
06-01-2010, 09:20 AM #164
Doubles champs break up for Malaysia Games
they made sukma sound like a under 18 tournament
Sirkit Remaja lahir pelapis berkualiti
BAM bangga prestasi pemain remaja
as i said in bam news thread
people in bam doesnt know what happen in state ba,lol
proud of what?it is an ONLY malaysia tournament
06-02-2010, 01:07 AM #165
07-09-2010, 12:15 PM #166
looks like some of the bjss player get li ning sponsor
07-10-2010, 10:03 AM #167
07-11-2010, 05:02 AM #168
07-14-2010, 12:18 AM #169
Malaysia hoping for gold from boys’ doubles
“Nelson-Shevon and Ee Yi-Pei Jing can play above expectations to get among the medal winners,” he said.
“We also have strong contenders in the girls’ singles in Sonia Cheah and Yang Li Lian. ”
this show the quality of malaysia reporter when the wjc runner up become wjc semi finalist
07-15-2010, 01:09 AM #170
Badminton: Easy ride as Malaysia sail past opponents
Our shuttlers book semis spots in Asean Schools meet
Group A: Thailand bt Philippines 4-1; Philippines bt Vietnam 4-1.
Group B: Indonesia bt Singapore 5-0;
Malaysia bt Brunei 5-0 (Goh Giap Chin bt Muizuddin Othman 21-6, 21-8; Nelson Heg-Teo Ee Yi bt Nureman Ismail-Sheril Shahizan 21-10, 21-11; Tan Kian Meng bt Mohd Faire Shah 21-8, 23-21; Calvin Ong-Low Juan Shen bt Abdul Qawi-Sheril Shahizan 21-11, 21-10; Soo Teck Zhi bt Liaw Choon Soon 21-9, 21-16);
Indonesia bt Brunei 5-0;
Malaysia bt Singapore 4-1 (Giap Chin bt Natapol Limpawanit 21-10, 21-13; Nelson Heg-Ee Yi bt Chew Jing Hao-Khaw Jing Huan 21-11, 21-15; Soo Teck Zhi bt Ong Cheng Yuen 21-16, 13-21, 21-15; Calvin-Juan Shen bt Woo Shu Wei-Tan Ching Tat 21-8, 21-12; Kian Meng lost to Ong Soon Lee 15-21, 21-12, 13-21).
Group A: Thailand bt Singapore 5-0; Singapore bt Vietnam 3-2.
Group B: Indonesia bt Philippines 3-2;
Malaysia bt Brunei 5-0 (Sonia Cheah bt Amalina Aliah Gapor 21-5, 21-2; Lai Pei Jing-Shevon Lai bt Quini Arantza-Siti Noraisah 21-5, 21-8; Yang Li Lian bt Sazul Rinah Saat 21-4, 21-7; Lim Chiew Sien bt Quin Arantxa Yadie 21-10, 21-6; Lee Meng Yean-Chow Mei Kuan bt Sazulrinah-Amalina Aliah Gapor 21-13, 21-4);
Indonesia bt Brunei 5-0;
Malaysia bt Philipines 5-0 (Sonia bt Carlos Ma 21-9, 21-7; Pei Jing-Shevon Lai bt Castilo Gelita-Nicole Magno 21-15, 21-8;
Li Lian bt Janelle De Vera 21-11, 21-5; Meng Yean-Mei Kuan bt Malibiran Patrisha-Carlos Ma 21-7, 23-21; Lim Yin Fun bt Castilo Gelita 21-15, 21-14).
i have more confident in girls squad then boy
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