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    at the age of 18
    he beat lie lingga/rendra wijaya with mak hee chun(17) in thailand open 2007
    semi final of austrian ic 2007 with mak hee chun lost to he han bing/guo zhendong
    reach semi final of thailand gp gold 2008 at the age of 19 with wpt,beaten joachim/pedersen in quater,lost to xzb/zyw

    xd with his wjc champ patner,ng hui lin
    winner of
    vietnam ic 2008
    semi finalist of
    vietnam gp gold 2009

    md with cps
    semi final of
    vietnam gp gold
    winner of
    thailand gp gold 2009 and mas ic 2009

    lkw participate in 38 international tournament
    as a wjc xd champ in 2007
    lkw was grown as a xd specialist as he participate 9 tournament that he only play xd(2 with marylen ng,4 with ng hui lin,3 with wpt)
    rexy give lkw many exposure in 2008 as he participate in 16 tournament(10 ss,1 ss master final,2 gp gold,mostly patnering wpt)
    he doesnt ask for result
    lkw return rexy favour by winning 1 xd title in 2008,2 md title in 2009

    different coach get different result
    intelligent and strategy level is different
    how many title had rashid get with his 'BRILLIANT' work with the ms back up?
    it is not the problem of player quality,it is problem of coach quality and mindset
    ms player wasted 2 year++ under rashid with nothing

    i hope this is the harvest year for rexy

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    mhc participate 17 tournament at junior stage
    as a wjc md winner
    he only played 8 tournament at his 1st year of senior but had shown promising result at age of 19

    xd
    mas ic 2008 semis with vivian hoo
    finalist of mas ic 2009 xd with ng hui lin

    md
    thailand ic 2008 semis with tks at age 18
    semis of mas ic 2009 md with twk

    and hopefully he can made it big with twk start from this year
    rexy,please patner ng hui lin with others double player in xd
    mhc can concentrate better in md then as twk play xd too

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    twk played 12 tournament as junior
    similar to lkw,twk participate in 14 tournament at his 1st year in senior stage
    10 ss and 2 gp gold
    only play 8 tournament in 2nd year in senior stage but had won 1 title

    in xd with his ajc champ,woon khe wei(he stop play xd for more than half year in 2009)
    semis finalist in vietnam ic 2008
    winner of mas ic 2009

    in md with razif
    semi finalist in sgo 2008 beaten xzb/gzd in quater
    semi finalist in chinese taipei gp gold 2008 with razif

    with mhc
    semis finalist in mas ic with mhc
    mas gp gold 2009 with mhc

    what i afraid is twk will end up like lee/chong
    quite consistence to reach semi or final in tournaments but lack of the quality of winner
    hopefully patnering with mhc can help him to break the barrier to become one of the best pair in md

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    well
    i collected my data from tournament software(common sense that lower ranking tournament usualy dont use ts in 2006)

    cps participate 29 tournament from 2006 to 2010 january
    and 19 of them is within SEA
    obviously he didnt get much attention of coach before 2009
    but then,despite lack of exposure in tournament
    he did a few achievement

    md with lim khim wah(only 5 international tournament as a pair to date)
    semi finalist in vietnam gp 2008
    runner up in vietnam ic 2008
    winner of
    thailand gp gold 2009
    mas ic 2009

    xd with goh liu ying
    semi finalist in
    proton ic 2009
    chinese taipei gp gold 2009
    thailand gp gold 2009
    finalist in
    vietnam gp

    lucky that cps get what he deserve now
    and he should break into world ranking top 30 with gly after swiss open
    looking good for a place in wc,asian games and cwg
    CPS & GLY already in world ranking top 30 right now (no. 26)

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    Quote Originally Posted by press100 View Post
    CPS & GLY already in world ranking top 30 right now (no. 26)
    sorry
    still sick
    might be abit dizzy in terms of data
    thanks
    i mean is top 20 after swiss open
    koo and wong can rest well, play 1 discipline in future

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    sorry
    still sick
    might be abit dizzy in terms of data
    thanks
    i mean is top 20 after swiss open
    koo and wong can rest well, play 1 discipline in future
    Agree with you but will the coaches send CPS & GLY to All England & Swiss Open?

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    Quote Originally Posted by press100 View Post
    Agree with you but will the coaches send CPS & GLY to All England & Swiss Open?
    yes
    they will play in german,ae and swiss
    expect them to show some good result

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    yes
    they will play in german,ae and swiss
    expect them to show some good result
    Great for them...

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    Default as for hth/osh

    ong sh
    with tbs
    beat fu/cai to reach quater of mo 2007
    beat jr/lp in 1st round of sgo gp 2007
    beat boe/morgensen to reach semis of ina open 2008

    with hth meet lyd/jjs in hk ss 2007 and lost 15-21,15-21
    beat lyd/sbc in bac 2009 21-18,21-16

    runner up in vietnam gp gold 2009 with hth
    runner up in thailand gp gold 2009 with hth

    the tournament he played cant even match with lkw
    only 32 in ts
    why?because his result is so so

    hth
    with ccm
    beat jjs/ljj in ina open 2007 2nd round

    with aaa
    beat lyd/lhj in chinese taipei 2009 1st round

    well
    the most famous victory is beat lee/jung,the 10 ss titles winner in 1st round of mo 2010
    made the head to head 1-1
    but then,when aunty pjswift asked for my comment
    my answer is:they are just an ordinary pair
    no offence
    nothing special,just better defence than others
    i doubt they can made big

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    Default Chun Seang ready to spar with Chong Wei

    http://thestar.com.my/sports/story.a...724&sec=sports

    “If I’m picked to be Chong Wei’s sparring partner, it will be a real boost to my training because he is playing at a much higher level than any of us,” said Chun Seang.
    “(Chan) Kwong Beng benefited from becoming Chong Wei’s sparring partner for two years and his game improved a lot. If I were given the chance, I would grab it with both hands.”

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    http://thestar.com.my/sports/story.a...724&sec=sports

    “If I’m picked to be Chong Wei’s sparring partner, it will be a real boost to my training because he is playing at a much higher level than any of us,” said Chun Seang.
    “(Chan) Kwong Beng benefited from becoming Chong Wei’s sparring partner for two years and his game improved a lot. If I were given the chance, I would grab it with both hands.”
    I honestly think all three of them should be with Misbun to bring them to the next level. I am talking about Daren, Wei Fong and Tan Chung Seang.

    There should be a revamped in the national team. I also think that Lydia and Julia should be training with Mew Choo under Misbun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gemini12 View Post
    I honestly think all three of them should be with Misbun to bring them to the next level. I am talking about Daren, Wei Fong and Tan Chung Seang.

    There should be a revamped in the national team. I also think that Lydia and Julia should be training with Mew Choo under Misbun.
    is chongwei a good player because misbun a good coach?

    or

    chongwei a good player and makes misbun looks like a good coach?

    still debatable...

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    Quote Originally Posted by SibugiChai View Post
    is chongwei a good player because misbun a good coach?

    or

    chongwei a good player and makes misbun looks like a good coach?

    still debatable...
    I would say that Misbun is a coach who thinks about the welfare of his players and he is actually a very hardworking coach and he does do some analysis of his players under him. The only thing is that he does not have the time for everybody.

    Whether Misbun is a good coach or Chongwei is a good player- this is debatable , i agreed.

    But at the moment, he should be selective and trained only the national team not all sort of players like the back up players. Back Up Players should be given to Hendrawan or Rashid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gemini12 View Post
    I honestly think all three of them should be with Misbun to bring them to the next level. I am talking about Daren, Wei Fong and Tan Chung Seang.

    There should be a revamped in the national team. I also think that Lydia and Julia should be training with Mew Choo under Misbun.
    well
    i think there is some priority mindset
    about lcw and wmc

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    Quote Originally Posted by SibugiChai View Post
    is chongwei a good player because misbun a good coach?

    or

    chongwei a good player and makes misbun looks like a good coach?

    still debatable...
    Quote Originally Posted by gemini12 View Post
    I would say that Misbun is a coach who thinks about the welfare of his players and he is actually a very hardworking coach and he does do some analysis of his players under him. The only thing is that he does not have the time for everybody.

    Whether Misbun is a good coach or Chongwei is a good player- this is debatable , i agreed.

    But at the moment, he should be selective and trained only the national team not all sort of players like the back up players. Back Up Players should be given to Hendrawan or Rashid.
    true, ms is a terrific coach really know how to take care of his players.
    as for the debate, from my opinion there shouldn't be any, logically speaking..

    it's just both are good!

    lcw improve his skill with lm before taken by ms. and after ms make him 'trainable' and found he is good, the 2 just got along until today.

    so say, if lcw is no good - lack this and that, ms would never have taken him and there won't be any lcw today.

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    Default A doubles surprise, but there is nothing to worry about, says veteran Wan Wah

    http://thestar.com.my/sports/story.a...965&sec=sports

    “The national back-up players have improved a lot and we are certainly not short on talent. It is unfortunate that the youngsters lost out on experience,” said Wan Wah.
    “During our prime in the national team, Tan Fook and I did not have many back-up pairs to worry about. And the focus was on us and we had lots of opportunities to compete abroad.
    “Now, there is a big group but they lack the opportunities to compete. They need to gain much in experience in order to stay on top of their game, especially during the crucial stages of a match.”


    there is how those professional player comment on

    and when we comparing with those word like:useless,junior level play
    yup,that comment itself is a useless and like junior level


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    Kwong Beng eyes Thomas Cup launchpad

    http://www.nst.com.my/Current_News/N...cle/index_html

    “I am the least experienced among the players vying for a place in the Thomas Cup squad but nonetheless I am going to give it my best shot. I have learnt a bitter lesson so I hope the Thomas Cup, if I am selected, will be the start of better things for me.

    “I need to do well in the German Open (next month) and if I'm lucky, I may also get a place in the All England qualifying draw. I have to start beating top class players in order to give myself a chance.
    “It is also important for me to start aiming big on the international scene where I have yet to win a title.

    “I am already 22 and if I don't establish myself in the next two years, I can forget about becoming a world beater.”

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    http://thestar.com.my/sports/story.a...965&sec=sports

    “The national back-up players have improved a lot and we are certainly not short on talent. It is unfortunate that the youngsters lost out on experience,” said Wan Wah.
    “During our prime in the national team, Tan Fook and I did not have many back-up pairs to worry about. And the focus was on us and we had lots of opportunities to compete abroad.
    “Now, there is a big group but they lack the opportunities to compete. They need to gain much in experience in order to stay on top of their game, especially during the crucial stages of a match.”


    there is how those professional player comment on

    and when we comparing with those word like:useless,junior level play
    yup,that comment itself is a useless and like junior level


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    Kwong Beng eyes Thomas Cup launchpad

    http://www.nst.com.my/Current_News/N...cle/index_html

    “I am the least experienced among the players vying for a place in the Thomas Cup squad but nonetheless I am going to give it my best shot. I have learnt a bitter lesson so I hope the Thomas Cup, if I am selected, will be the start of better things for me.

    “I need to do well in the German Open (next month) and if I'm lucky, I may also get a place in the All England qualifying draw. I have to start beating top class players in order to give myself a chance.
    “It is also important for me to start aiming big on the international scene where I have yet to win a title.

    “I am already 22 and if I don't establish myself in the next two years, I can forget about becoming a world beater.”
    What if he is not established by 24? I think Tan Chun Seang and Chong Wei Feng shows more potential, but their progress are like snails. Tan Chun Seang was easily distracted by bad line calls, as shown as in the match against Kuan Beng Hong, which I had expected him to win, but lost in the semi-finals of the National GP Finals.

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