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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    thanks uncle
    wah,lucky his name not lim seng yew
    then ppl will mistaken him as me,haha
    or his name is lim yu sheng?because i cant recall any ppl name lim yew seng
    anyway,even without ow yaohan,there is still chance for mas to win md
    ha...ha... yes... probably it is spell Yu Seng.

    I think we need Ow Yao Han to win. Maybe there will be surprises this year

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    Quote Originally Posted by gemini12 View Post
    ha...ha... yes... probably it is spell Yu Seng.

    I think we need Ow Yao Han to win. Maybe there will be surprises this year
    i think nelson/teo is looking good to win too
    maybe ykh should pair helson with yew hk now as oyh is injured

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    its about time Malaysia should not only look at Boys doubles for title. Maybe others should be in the golden medal podium too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gemini12 View Post
    its about time Malaysia should not only look at Boys doubles for title. Maybe others should be in the golden medal podium too.
    if ow yaohan play
    ow/lai might win a medal in xd

    zulfadli,sonia,li lian and lai/lai have chance to win a medal too

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    Malaysia seems to have a lot of MD talent.

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    hopefully this year, Malaysia will perform as well as last year in the AJC and WJC.

    With a very balanced team this year... hopefully we can give Korea and China a good fight.

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    i think that this year it is difficult to match last year performance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gemini12 View Post
    hopefully this year, Malaysia will perform as well as last year in the AJC and WJC.

    With a very balanced team this year... hopefully we can give Korea and China a good fight.
    hmm
    in team event
    korea is not the threat in my opinion
    indonesia(3 doubles) and china,yes
    with ow yao han not playing xd with lai,i dont know which will be our best bet

    Quote Originally Posted by gemini12 View Post
    i think that this year it is difficult to match last year performance.
    but still
    there is fighting chance
    junior event is nice to watch because u can never know who will win until the end if u didnt watch it,because we dont know most of them

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    hmm
    in team event
    korea is not the threat in my opinion
    indonesia(3 doubles) and china,yes
    with ow yao han not playing xd with lai,i dont know which will be our best bet



    but still
    there is fighting chance
    junior event is nice to watch because u can never know who will win until the end if u didnt watch it,because we dont know most of them
    i think Ow will be ready to play by then. hopefully.

    This year, Malaysia will have a choice of two girls in the single in the team event and it is good as there will be no over dependant on one player.

    As for the boys - i think they will play Zulfadli in most of the matches.

    Actually in girls doubles- they too have two choices if Malaysia dares to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gemini12 View Post
    i think Ow will be ready to play by then. hopefully.

    This year, Malaysia will have a choice of two girls in the single in the team event and it is good as there will be no over dependant on one player.

    As for the boys - i think they will play Zulfadli in most of the matches.

    Actually in girls doubles- they too have two choices if Malaysia dares to.
    hopefully so

    who?lee/chow?
    hmm

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    hopefully so

    who?lee/chow?
    hmm
    hey Limsy... i thought u have it all...

    well not exactly... why dont u do an analysis like what u always do. Inclusive of single players like yr post tournament but now the pre tournament.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gemini12 View Post
    hey Limsy... i thought u have it all...

    well not exactly... why dont u do an analysis like what u always do. Inclusive of single players like yr post tournament but now the pre tournament.
    well
    u should know there is many bolehians+non bolehians out there
    waiting chance to attack or shoot
    so
    i cant say something like i am confident that we will win 2 or all ajc title here or bla bla bla
    if not,they will start to @#%&*
    its better not to say it out
    i will pm u

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    well
    u should know there is many bolehians+non bolehians out there
    waiting chance to attack or shoot
    so
    i cant say something like i am confident that we will win 2 or all ajc title here or bla bla bla
    if not,they will start to @#%&*
    its better not to say it out
    i will pm u
    ha..ha.true true. U make old man laugh.

    anyway it also depend on draw and luck. The Juniors are all raw-so it is hard to predict that is why it is nicer to watch.

    This is also the tournament to spot talented young player from other countries like China, Japan, Thailand, Indonesia and Korea.

    Lots of them disappear in the Senior Level, somewent back to school and some injured. Some switch from singles to double.

    I would not want to rate Malaysia chances as this year other than Ow and Lai, The rest have not played in the Team event.

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    Thumbs up

    oh yeah
    ow yao han had recovered from the injury
    hehe
    what a good news for malaysia

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    oh yeah
    ow yao han had recovered from the injury
    hehe
    what a good news for malaysia
    yeah.. good just increase their chances. that all

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    Default Boys stand better chance for honours in Asian Juniors

    http://thestar.com.my/sports/story.a...444&sec=sports


    “Except for Zulfadli, a semi-finalist last year, and Yao Han-Hong Kheng, we have a relatively new team,” he said.
    “China have retained some of the players from last year’s squad. Thailand also have a balance side and we cannot rule out the challenges from South Korea and Indonesia.”
    Kim Tho feels that Malaysia’s best bets for honours are in the boys’ singles and doubles events.
    “We have invited Zulfadli for centralised training. He has been training full-time with the team for more than a week. He could not join us earlier because of his examination,” he said.
    “In the doubles, our hope is on Yao Han-Yew Kheng. Yao Han also did well last year to win the World Juniors partnering Chooi Kah Ming.”
    In the presence of Thailand’s world junior champion Ratchanok Intanon, it would be tough for the Malaysian girls.
    “Sonia Cheah and Yan Li Lian are our players with the potential. Thailand have a world junior champion while we do not know the strength of the Chinese girls,” said Kim Tho.

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    http://thestar.com.my/sports/story.a...444&sec=sports


    “Except for Zulfadli, a semi-finalist last year, and Yao Han-Hong Kheng, we have a relatively new team,” he said.
    “China have retained some of the players from last year’s squad. Thailand also have a balance side and we cannot rule out the challenges from South Korea and Indonesia.”
    Kim Tho feels that Malaysia’s best bets for honours are in the boys’ singles and doubles events.
    “We have invited Zulfadli for centralised training. He has been training full-time with the team for more than a week. He could not join us earlier because of his examination,” he said.
    “In the doubles, our hope is on Yao Han-Yew Kheng. Yao Han also did well last year to win the World Juniors partnering Chooi Kah Ming.”
    In the presence of Thailand’s world junior champion Ratchanok Intanon, it would be tough for the Malaysian girls.
    “Sonia Cheah and Yan Li Lian are our players with the potential. Thailand have a world junior champion while we do not know the strength of the Chinese girls,” said Kim Tho.

    hmm.... two medals from the boys. Hopefully these boys are able to bring honour to the country and also hopefully someone here are able to take over from Chong Wei

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