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    Default Yao Han scores a first by reaching semi-finals of two events

    “I reached the final of the boys’ doubles last year but this is the first time that I have made it to the semi-finals of both the doubles events. Hopefully, I can continue to stay strong,” said Yao Han.

    Bukit Jalil Sports School doubles coach Yap Kim Hock said that the real challenge would begin today for his top two pairs.

    “I expected easy wins for both and they accomplished it without much of a problem. It will be a disappointment if Yao Han-Hong Kheng do not make the final but it will be a breakthrough for Ee Yi-Nelson if they can overcome their higher ranked opponents,” said Kim Hock.

    “It will be great if both of them can make it an all-Malaysian final.”

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    hopefully

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    Default Tearful day for Sonia

    "I am disappointed with myself. I should have won but unforced errors cost me a victory. I prefer the singles but it looks like I am not making an impact here," said Sonia at Juara Stadium in Bukit Kiara yesterday.

    "I was crying during the doubles match as I was thinking about my earlier loss in the singles. Winning in the doubles is always a bonus for me as I have not been concentrating in the event."

    Her loss in the singles quarter-finals means she will not get an automatic spot in the Singapore Youth Olympics in August.

    "It was my goal to qualify for the Youth Olympics from here. I still have another chance in next month's World Junior Championship (Mexico)," said the Form Five student of SMK Sri Hartamas.

    In the girls doubles semi-final, Sonia-Li Lian will face China's top seeds Xia Huan-Tang Jinhua, who thrashed teammates Wu Qianqian-Xiao Ting 21-8, 21-9.

    Sonia said it will be a difficult match as their opponents are really good.

    "We will definitely try our best to earn a spot in the final. It will not be easy but with the support from fans and teammates, just maybe, we can achieve something," she added.

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    Default Underdog Wei Sheng continues fairy tale run, favourite Zulfadli falters

    http://thestar.com.my/sports/story.a...265&sec=sports

    “This is like a dream run for me here. I find it hard to believe that I am in the final. I think that since I was least expected to deliver, there was not much pressure on me,” said Wei Sheng.

    “This is my best ever performance in a tournament. My net play worked wonders today and I think that was the key to my success.

    “Malaysia have never won a boys’ singles title. Hopefully, I will be the one to end the long wait.”

    “This is the best performance by Wei Sheng. He put into practice everything he learned in training. He always felt that he was not good enough, but today he played confidently. I hope this is the start of better things to come from him.”

    “He read my game well and I was caught by surprise with his aggressive play today. I also made some unforced errors,” said a dejected Zulfadli.

    “Perhaps the pressure got to me. After Wei Sheng had made the final earlier, I knew there was a chance for me to make it an all-Malaysian final and end the country’s long wait for a singles title. But nothing went according to plan. It is disappointing.”

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    Dark horse Wei Sheng vows to deliver

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    "I rarely made unforced errors. My coach (Wong Tat Meng) told me before the match to attack Evert's weak forehand and it worked," said Wei Sheng at Juara Stadium in Kuala Lumpur.

    "However, I must forget about today (yesterday) as I don't want the result to get into my head. I need to prepare for my final tomorrow (today).

    "I can't believe that I am just a step away from the gold medal. I hope to come good tomorrow (today) to earn Malaysia's first ever boys' singles gold medal in recent times."

    "I need to be at my best. He is strong in defence and also a good attacking player," said the Port Dickson-born shuttler.

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    Default Semi-final defeat proves costly for Zulfadli

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    “I will now shift my attention to preparing for the world junior meet. This defeat here has only fuelled my desire to achieve better results. I have learnt my lesson and, next time, I hope to be more consistent,” he said.

    “For now, I am happy with the arrangement. I will join the centralised training with the BAM players for the world meet,” said the KL Rackets (KLRC)-sponsored player.

    well
    atleast u know what u lack off

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    Thumbs up Yao Han and Hong Kheng want to get it right this time around

    http://thestar.com.my/sports/story.a...367&sec=sports

    “We have another chance here and Hong Kheng and I will go all out to make sure that we win it this time,” said 18-year-old Yao Han.

    “We beat the Koreans in the semi-finals of the last Asian junior meet. But past records will count for nothing tomorrow (today). The Koreans have improved their attacking game,” said Yao Han. “We hope we won’t repeat our mistakes. This time, we are playing better as a pair and, with a better defence, we hope to win the title.”

    Bukit Jalil Sports School (BJSS) doubles coach Yap Kim Hock said: “It is 50% success for us today. Despite the defeat, I think Ee Yi-Nelson showed great promise. They lack experience and good court control but the good news is that they will still be around next year.

    “Yao Han-Hong Kheng have made it to the final again. The Koreans have their strong points and our boys have theirs. I hope our boys will get it right this time.”

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    Default Pei Jing endures ankle pain to reach final with Yao Han

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    “My ankle was hurting and I had to stop. Our NSI (National Sports Institute) physician tried to help relieve my pain. I did not want to give up at that time because I felt that Yao Han and I still had a chance to win,” said Pei Jing.

    “It is incredible to make it to the final for the first time ... and in this manner. I have been assured that my ankle injury is not that bad and I should be able to play tomorrow (today),” she said.

    “This will be our chance for revenge against the Chinese pair. I hope to be in good condition against them,” Pei Jing said.


    well
    i dont mind to belanja u as u did get the medal
    and it is at least a silver medal now

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    Loh WS went down to Huang Yuxiang...
    Now it is left to Ow/Yew to carry the honours for Malaysia.
    So far......4 CHN
    1 MAS/KOR

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    The only surprise from this AJC is Loh WS..........no one expect him to do so well.......

    Every one focusing on Zul and Ow....LOL

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    zulfadli
    well,if he had better stamina,he will be faster,hence the tactical play from china will not pay off(in the semi final)
    so,he will play in wjc again and he is with the team for centralize training
    is a good news to us,wong tat meng should be able to give him the stamina loh wei sheng have
    then shouldnt be problem for him in wjc.
    a medal in wjc shouldnt be a problem for him

    loh wei sheng

    well,he is very calm on court
    knowing how to return the shuttle and where to return,have the speed to reach,have the stamina to keep his pace with opponent
    the final is his biggest match in his life till now,i didnt watch it so i wont comment it
    anyway
    i believe this is a great experience for him
    a medal in wjc shouldnt be a problem for him too

    tew gee chong and lim yu sheng,both 18
    both are hardworking type player
    nothing much special,but lim yu sheng with greater fighting spirit and better ability
    i hope one of them will go to wjc,and i prefer lim yu sheng

    arizyn and goh giap chin,both 17
    i think goh giap chin is more to a loh wei sheng type of player
    and giving him another year of training,he will be pretty good,hopefully he will
    gain some height too
    arizyn is a player that i dont know how to describe his ability,but he is there,a good player

    wong tat meng is doing good job for training them
    this show that those who know to training player is in bjss
    and some who only know play politic is in bam


    they will send 4 player to wjc
    my preferred player list should be zulfadli,loh wei sheng,lim yu sheng and goh giap chin
    my target is 2 medal in wjc

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    sonia and yang li lian,both 17
    from what i saw
    both of them think too much about placement on court until they cant concentrate on opponent return
    their footwork enable them to reach every place of the court,the problem is they cant concentrate on opponent return thats why they might be 1 second slower,or even they reach there,they cant return in proper way,all become error and the game gone
    when they playing their perfect game,opponent hardly can score
    they have the ability to get medal in ajc,but then they are too tense on court
    should play with a more relax manner
    need more experience on court against other country player,to understand how to handle different situation and different style of opponent, practical and theory is totally different
    one medal from either one of them is realistic in wjc

    ng sin er and nurhani,both 18
    well
    their ability is not good enough to play ws,if they decide to enter back up squad,they should swift to double department and it should be better for them

    lim yin fun,16
    well,of course she is not as good as sonia/yang when they are 16
    a slightly weaker than a 16 years old tee jing yi
    still have time for her to develop

    lim chiew sien,16
    she is tall at 16
    atleast same height with me,have height advantage but not fast enough
    and the skill is not good enough too
    let see how she progress in this 2 years

    a medal in wjc should be realistic provided they learn from mistake

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    ow/yew,18
    it is another disappointment for them that they lost in the final
    i didnt watch the final so i dont know what happen
    but its good to both the coach and the pair to know that they still lack a little bit of thing to be the best pair in junior
    nothing less than a silver medal in wjc is acceptable

    nelson/teo,17
    reach semi final of the md for a 17 years old pair is good enough
    teo didnt have big match temperament like ow did.
    commit many mistake
    anyhow,this is a good learning experience and lesson for both nelson and teo
    with a good draw,they can get a bronze in wjc too

    tan wee tat/tan kah zhan,18
    well,goh is injured so this is a scratch pair
    if tan wee tat put extra effort in training,he can go a bit further but too bad,only 2 pair can go wjc

    low jun sheng/lim chun min,low 17/lim 18
    1st time watch they play
    low can be superior at the net when he is confident
    anyway
    they can be a good pair with greater experience

    calvin ong/sant,16/17
    at 16,calvin the left hander is quite good,but court coverage need to improve
    still yet to see any special in sant.

    expect atleast a silver in wjc
    2 medal is realistic

    i wonder if the coach dare to patner ow/nelson to increase the chance to clinch the md title

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    hmm
    lim maggie should be shevon patner next year
    she is good at the net
    just like how lai pei jing play at the net

    erica khoo and chow mei kuan have good potential
    hopefully coach will put them together as a pair and we can see the result in 2012

    with a good draw,we might have a bronze from either lai/shevon or sonia/yang

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    maggie lim/nelson or shevon lai/nelson will be our 1st xd next year
    they might not be as good as ow/lai but they are good enough to compete with country like ina and korea(but not china)

    well
    expect atleast a bronze from ow/lai in wjc

    wish lai pei jing have a speedy recover

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    speaking about wjc
    my expectation is
    atleast a silver in team event

    2 medal in ms
    1 medal in ws
    2 medal in md
    1 medal in either xd or wd

    which mean the best outing for malaysia in wjc
    we will only have 12 player/pair in wjc

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    speaking about wjc
    my expectation is
    atleast a silver in team event

    2 medal in ms
    1 medal in ws
    2 medal in md
    1 medal in either xd or wd

    which mean the best outing for malaysia in wjc
    we will only have 12 player/pair in wjc
    hopefully you are right.

    but i always feel that WJC is a different playing field.
    This time i hope the Girls will shine in Mexico.

    Hopefully there is a first for the girls so that BAM will pay attention to the girls in future.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gemini12 View Post
    hopefully you are right.

    but i always feel that WJC is a different playing field.
    This time i hope the Girls will shine in Mexico.

    Hopefully there is a first for the girls so that BAM will pay attention to the girls in future.
    the more success we have in junior
    will let us understand that those who know coaching is in bjss and some who only know play politic is in bam

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    I thk Loh Wei Sheng wil hv tough matches in world junior.........tis is due to our opponent strted 2 analysis his game......

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