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    Arrow 2010 Malaysian Open SS Round 1: Sung Ji Hyun-vs-Linda Zechiri match

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    In just another 6 hours' time, at the 2010 Malaysian Open SS Round 1, we shall have this match;
    Wed 20-Jan-2010: 10:30 am Ji Hyun SUNG[KOR] -vs- [BUL] Linda ZECHIRI

    Let's follow Sung Ji Hyun, to see how far she can progress at the 2010 Malaysian Open.
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    Arrow 2010 Malaysian Open SS Round 1: Sung Ji Hyun defeated Linda Zechiri

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    At the 2010 Malaysian Open SS Round 1- Wed 20-Jan-2010: 10:30 am;
    Ji Hyun SUNG[KOR] defeated [BUL] Linda ZECHIRI 21-17, 21-15 in 31 mins.

    Well Done Sung Ji Hyun !!!

    In Round 2 tomorrow, Thu 21-Jan-2010, SJH will be facing the winner of this later match;
    Linda Weni FANERTI[INA] -vs- [MAS] Mew Choo WONG

    Probably Wong Mew Choo, MAS Womens Singles No.1, will be SJH's next opponent.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pemuda View Post
    If we compare SJH with Lydia Cheah, who do you think is more talented and should make the step up?
    Quote Originally Posted by suetyan View Post
    Sung Ji Hyun for sure.
    i think it depend on coaching. I think SJH getting better coaching than LC.

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    Arrow 2010 Malaysian Open SS Round 2: Sung Ji Hyun defeated Wong Mew Choo

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    To continue monitoring Sung Ji Hyun's progress at the 2010 Malaysian Open SS;

    Round 1 on Wed 20-Jan-2010:
    Ji Hyun SUNG[KOR] defeated [BUL] Linda ZECHIRI 21-17, 21-15 in 31 mins.

    Round 2 on Thu 21-Jan-2010:
    Ji Hyun SUNG[KOR] defeated [MAS] Mew Choo WONG 12-21, 21-18, 21-17 in 62 mins.

    Next, at the Quarter-Finals on Fri 22-Jan-2010, we shall have;
    Youn Joo BAE[KOR] -vs- [KOR] Ji Hyun SUNG

    It's KOR-vs-KOR.
    SJH and BYJ should know each other's game well. But who will be in better form to win this QF match?
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    Looking at Sung Ji Hyun yesterday, I am still far from impressed with her performance and her staying power. No doubt she is very good especially at frontcourt, but she lacks staying power and had to resort to gamesmanship to break WMC's run at the end of games 2 and 3. Luckily, she was already gifted the match with WMC's errors.

    Both Baes (Youn Joo and Seung Hee) are better overall although this may be academic when they play each other.

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    Thumbs up 2010 Malaysian Open SS Quarter-Finals: Sung Ji Hyun-vs-Bae Youn Joo match

    Quote Originally Posted by abedeng View Post

    Looking at Sung Ji Hyun yesterday, I am still far from impressed with her performance and her staying power. No doubt she is very good especially at frontcourt, but she lacks staying power and had to resort to gamesmanship to break WMC's run at the end of games 2 and 3. Luckily, she was already gifted the match with WMC's errors.

    Both Baes (Youn Joo and Seung Hee) are better overall although this may be academic when they play each other.

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    Will SJH be able to set up more netplay challenges when playing against BYJ at the Quarter-Finals tonight?

    At Round 2 yesterday, SJH's match was more than twice longer than BYJ's. Surely, SJH would be tired to play long and deep rallies tonight.

    Recapping Round 2 results;

    Youn Joo BAE[KOR] defeated [THA] Salakjit PONSANA 21-16, 21-11 in 30 mins

    Ji Hyun SUNG[KOR] defeated [MAS] Mew Choo WONG 12-21, 21-18, 21-17 in 62 mins
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    Chris, in a match between teammates, one's typical strong points would not be that strong due to familiarity. Otherwise Lin Dan would never lose to his teammates in training.

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    Arrow 2010 Malaysian Open SS Quarter-Finals: Bae Youn Joo is much fresher than Sung Ji Hyun

    Quote Originally Posted by abedeng View Post

    Chris, in a match between teammates, one's typical strong points would not be that strong due to familiarity. Otherwise Lin Dan would never lose to his teammates in training.

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    That's true.

    IMHO, BYJ should defeat SJH tonight.
    BYJ is much fresher than SJH in this match.
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    Arrow 2010 Malaysian Open SS Quarter-Finals: Bae Youn Joo defeated Sung Ji Hyun

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    As predicted just hours ago, Sung Ji Hyun was defeated.

    Quarter-Finals
    Youn Joo BAE[KOR] defeated [KOR] Ji Hyun SUNG 21-13, 21-19 in 39 mins.
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    Arrow 2010 All-England Open: Zhou Mi defeated Sung Ji Hyun, 21-9, 21-15

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    Sung Ji Hyun

    Little has been mentioned about young Sung Ji Hyun at BadmintonCentral.

    Let's start a thread for her.

    Her BIG achievement was when she defeated Zhou Mi (World No.1) at the 2009 Macau Open.

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    Just found out that Zhou Mi has defeated Sung Ji Hyun, 21-9, 21-15, in Round 1 at the 2010 All-England Super Series, played yesterday.
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    It seems that Korea WS department's performance has dropped recently. Not only Sung Ji Hyun, but also Bae Seung Hee, Kim Moon Him, and Bae Youn Joo also lost in earlier round of AE. They did badly in last week German Open as well. What happened actually? After such a good performance in Korea Open and Malaysia Open, they are exhausted? hehe...

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    Quote Originally Posted by suetyan View Post
    They did badly in last week German Open as well.
    Would have been a shocker if any of them had won a match in Germany as NONE of them played.

    What you saw this week was merely a failure to produce more upsets. They all lost to higher-ranked opponents and Bae Youn Joo did pull off an upset over Petya (WR#15). Bae Seung Hee is the highest ranked of the Koreans at #16 and the four Koreans were beaten by the world #7, #8, #10, and #11.

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    Quote Originally Posted by event View Post
    Would have been a shocker if any of them had won a match in Germany as NONE of them played.

    What you saw this week was merely a failure to produce more upsets. They all lost to higher-ranked opponents and Bae Youn Joo did pull off an upset over Petya (WR#15). Bae Seung Hee is the highest ranked of the Koreans at #16 and the four Koreans were beaten by the world #7, #8, #10, and #11.
    It proves that people have higher standard for Korea and Korean players.


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    Quote Originally Posted by event View Post
    Would have been a shocker if any of them had won a match in Germany as NONE of them played.

    What you saw this week was merely a failure to produce more upsets. They all lost to higher-ranked opponents and Bae Youn Joo did pull off an upset over Petya (WR#15). Bae Seung Hee is the highest ranked of the Koreans at #16 and the four Koreans were beaten by the world #7, #8, #10, and #11.
    Opps, sorry. I think I wrote the wrong tournament. I mean the SCG Thomas&Uber Cup 2010 Preliminary Asia Zone. Haha... I was a bit blur recently due to heavy workloads. They did badly at the group stage but they were able to come back at the final stage. Hehe... sorry.. But from what I can see from the Korea Open and Malaysia Open to this All England, I sense that their performance has dropped. Maybe youngsters still have up and down. This applies to chinese youngsters as well. Hehe... hope they can perform better in the upcoming important event - Uber Cup. I hope they can at least get a silver. Hehe...

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    More photos of Sung Ji Hyun here (set 3755) and here.

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    Thumbs up More photos of Sung Ji Hyun

    Quote Originally Posted by event View Post
    More photos of Sung Ji Hyun here (set 3755) and here.
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    Hi event,

    Thanks for the photos.
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    I can now attach a link for photo set 3755.

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