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    Quote Originally Posted by eaglehelang View Post
    Meaning? They prefer to play 2 tourneys in a row??
    “We normally play better in our second tournament back-to-back but we are skipping the Korea Open next week, so we have to see how things goes. We will aim to get into at least the semi-finals,” said Kien Keat.

    http://thestar.com.my/sports/story.a...335&sec=sports

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    Quote Originally Posted by eaglehelang View Post

    2010 projected : MO, AE, Swiss, Spore, INA, Japan, Msia GP Gold(msia is host, must go), China, HK, WC, TC, CWG, AG. Total = 13. Minus 2 tourneys, 13% less.
    I think at most they will minus one more from Spore or INA, and Macau, making total = 11 tourneys.
    I already minus Macau from the above, if not = 14, minus 1 only.

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    As long as they win some tournaments for this year done deal.

    Share among the top 4 pairs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by extremenanopowe View Post
    As long as they win some tournaments for this year done deal.

    Share among the top 4 pairs.
    They already won 2 SS and 2GP Gold in 2009, considered a very tiring year for them.....

    This year with less tournaments......they shd win more than 2009....or at least one major......if not, another failure for them and BAM...

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    Arrow There are some people wanting them to be the Top BEST pair

    Quote Originally Posted by extremenanopowe View Post

    As long as they win some tournaments for this year done deal.

    Share among the top 4 pairs.

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    They ARE already in the top 4 pairs.
    But there are some people wanting them to be the Top BEST pair.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chris-ccc View Post
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    They ARE already in the top 4 pairs.
    But there are some people wanting them to be the Top BEST pair.
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    Yes, chris-ccc.....every body want their player to be the best, thats why BAM change their plan to go for quality........

    Why LCW trained so hard,....because he wants to be the top best...!

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    Default Top pair out to break Putra Stadium jinx

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    THE Malaysia Open has been all about Lee Chong Wei since 2004 but men's doubles Koo Kien Keat-Tan Boon Heong have a special reason for wanting to steal the limelight in this year's tournament on Jan 19-25. Chong Wei has won all but the 2007 Malaysia Open and coincidentally that was the only year Kien Keat-Boon Heong managed to secure the title but national doubles coach Rosman Razak said a win at Putra Stadium this time will boost their confidence tremendously.

    The Putra Stadium jinx had struck Kien Keat-Boon Heong on three occasions -- the Malaysian Open in 2008 and 2009 and the 2007 World Championships -- where they failed to progress beyond the quarter-final stage.
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    i found it immersely funny when someone always talk on behalf for everyone on this earth and he say thats a general statment
    and that not the 1st time

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    Its really funny, why someone care so much, if he is not a fan of some body or cant accept the fact that winning is more important than just performed OK as top 4 pair in the world.........

    And some one here.........who always talk about facts still thinking that some player training so hard and come in a tournament is just to perform OK or try their best, but not about to be the best and win the tournament..........funny enough ! and its really just a general statement for all players in the world, deep inside their heart...they all wanted to be the best lah, if not why train so hard ?.......this is the fact. LOL

    I still remember lots of Bcer members here asked 'Why participate if not to win..or not well prepared.?' These are facts and facts are cruel...

    The true fact is general public has the right to critic..........and sadly those critics have proven to be always right......lol...really funny, right ?
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    Arrow There is no pressure on them to be World Ranking No.1 anymore

    Quote Originally Posted by jasonmarc View Post

    Yes, chris-ccc.....every body want their player to be the best, thats why BAM change their plan to go for quality........

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    BAM has now made it the winning at;
    * the World Championships (in Paris),
    * the Asian Games (in Guangzhou),
    * the Commonwealth Games (in New Delhi) and
    * the Thomas Cup (in Malaysia)
    to be the priorities for 2010.

    The pressure is not on them to win as many SS titles from now on; which means there is no pressure on them to be World Ranking No.1 anymore.
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    Unhappy That's when the talk is less on the topic, but more on oneself

    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post

    i found it immensely funny when someone always talk on behalf for everyone on this earth and he say thats a general statement
    and that not the 1st time.

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    That's when the talk is less on the topic, but more on oneself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chris-ccc View Post
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    BAM has now made it the winning at;
    * the World Championships (in Paris),
    * the Asian Games (in Guangzhou),
    * the Commonwealth Games (in New Delhi) and
    * the Thomas Cup (in Malaysia)
    to be the priorities for 2010.

    The pressure is not on them to win as many SS titles from now on; which means there is no pressure on them to be World Ranking No.1 anymore.
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    Yes, its a very busy year for the players...........and us....

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    Quote Originally Posted by chris-ccc View Post
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    That's when the talk is less on the topic, but more on oneself.
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    Yes, agree.........Chris-ccc have noticed...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jasonmarc View Post
    I still remember lots of Bcer members here asked 'Why participate if not to win..or not well prepared.?' These are facts and facts are cruel...
    “We normally play better in our second tournament back-to-back but we are skipping the Korea Open next week, so we have to see how things goes. We will aim to get into at least the semi-finals,” said Kien Keat.

    “However, the good news is he has fully recovered from a knee injury and he is coping well in training. He has always done well on home ground and I hope he can reach the final again.”

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    now,will jasonmarc ask lcw and koo/tan withdraw from malaysia open as they not aiming the title?

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    Quote Originally Posted by eaglehelang View Post
    My friend, it's not all of a sudden, it's been highlighted in the media since Nov 2009. Started since mid 2009, the decision makers(includes NSC, Sports Minister) have been making noise that the players should be selective, concentrate on major events lah,etc .
    Reduce from 10 SS to 8 SS not that much difference.
    ... leason learned from Chinese team practice in 2009..., particularly LD and CY/FHF's selective competition strategy...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonc108 View Post
    ... leason learned from Chinese team practice in 2009..., particularly LD and CY/FHF's selective competition strategy...
    That was the reason the they make noise but not necessarily they are right, they just see other people, want to simply follow. For singles, Misbun replied abt LCW's schedule bf.
    For KKK/TBH, as I pointed out, it's not much difference, just less 1 tourney in total. Fu/Cai's participation reduced a lot in 2009
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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post

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    now,will jasonmarc ask lcw and koo/tan withdraw from malaysia open as they not aiming the title?
    Those 'facts' are not from me, as i pointed out that during Singapore Open 2009 when LCW said he was not well prepared..........lots of people made that comments.......

    I wont asked LCW & kkk/tbh to withdraw, because even a great player like LD, also wont speak out loud that he is aiming only the title, he usually say something like... 'i will try my very best in the tournament, and see what can i do......' in a very polite way.....and so did kkk/tbh and LCW....If they dare to speak out loud like that.....i think they will get boombarded very soon....

    So its natural for a player to hold back a bit before a tournament started.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    We normally play better in our second tournament back-to-back but we are skipping the Korea Open next week, so we have to see how things goes. We will aim to get into at least the semi-finals,” said Kien Keat.

    “However, the good news is he has fully recovered from a knee injury and he is coping well in training. He has always done well on home ground and I hope he can reach the final again.”

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    now,will jasonmarc ask lcw and koo/tan withdraw from malaysia open as they not aiming the title?

    But the 'fact' was the other way round ! they won the first tournament, Denmark Open and lost out the second in their europe 'back to back' tourneys...........how come they said they usually play well in the 2nd of the back to back tourney.....

    See, they actually just wanted to lessen their pressure in Mas Open............so they could perform better........

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