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Thread: Tanongsak Saensomboonsuk
11-06-2012, 02:55 AM #18
03-09-2013, 08:33 PM #19
Just watched highlights of TS playing LCW. He did quite well. Seemed to be able to keep up in first game. But this giraffe tires quickly at such a high pace. I recall seeing the same phenomenon last year against LCW.
It isn't a surprise that he tires against the very fittest in world badminton. But I wonder if part of it is his style of movement.
I notice that his right (non-racket) arm moves oddly while he runs about the court. Does he have a shoulder problem? It looked to me that he'd be better balanced if he'd abduct that arm once in a while. The only time he does is in that odd way just before his smash.
Any opinion from the smart folks out there?
03-14-2013, 03:15 PM #20
03-19-2013, 03:10 AM #21
Tanongsak is coming up, he was unlucky not to have won that G2,hence the match, against DuPY in the Swiss Open. I think he was too eager to attack and finish his opponent off, and burnt out in the 3rd set thanks to DuPY's notable,stubborn defence.
I believe he made the same mistake against Lee CW in the AE but then,of course, Lee CW is superior in both attack and defence. Even so, Tanongsak put up a spirited fight, esp in G1 where he was able to match Lee CW point for point, on the whole a creditable result.
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