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    Quote Originally Posted by jchan04 View Post
    Plus this could be good for Jonassen as it will show what impact a foreign coach can have.

    If Jonassen can get some of the English players up to the top ten, then it will prove that coaching is a critical part of professional badminton and does not rely on cultural innate talent. (China, Korea, Denmark, Malaysia)
    Rexy, Frost, Joo Bong, Lee Jae Bok.........all have coached in ENG before...

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    It's like badminton is more and more becoming a
    professional sport.. Now coaches change change country like football coaches..

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamesd20 View Post
    Rexy, Frost, Joo Bong, Lee Jae Bok.........all have coached in ENG before...
    ..and add, recently, Tan Kim Her to the list too..And 3 of the 4 names above had coached or is currently coaching in M'sia..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thom_bad View Post
    It's like badminton is more and more becoming a
    professional sport.. Now coaches change change country like football coaches..
    I agree, and soon let's hope that they commercialize the sport as well!

    Do you think Jonassen will make an impact?

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    I think KJ will make a HUGE impact on English singles players.

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    Default Kenneth Jonassen as new MS coach Badminton England

    Well, under his coaching Rajiv Ouseph won the US open.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by jchan04 View Post
    I agree, and soon let's hope that they commercialize the sport as well!

    Do you think Jonassen will make an impact?
    Yes he'll, the same manner TH's, Vita Marissa's or Kindrawan's independence from their federation (PBSI) is a sign that baddy players are becoming independent, like tennis players...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    Well, under his coaching Rajiv Ouseph won the US open.....
    With all due respect, Ouseph only won, as their was no real challenge, as TH had to withdraw due to not having a visa in time. Had TH entered then he would have most likely won.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LD rules! View Post
    With all due respect, Ouseph only won, as their was no real challenge, as TH had to withdraw due to not having a visa in time. Had TH entered then he would have most likely won.
    True, different level

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    and now Raj beat Jan O J at worlds!

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    coach kenneth must have given raj a hell lot of good tips

    to beat joj

    i think raj never beaten him before

    good job kenneth

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    Yes at the end of the match he had the smile of a satisfied guy

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    ..so, let's see, next up for Rajiv Ouseph in this yr's WC is DLCW..hmm, will Kenneth work his magic with Rajiv to beat DLCW, whom Rajiv has never beaten before??..

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    ..well, what happened this time to Rajiv?? losing 21-9, 21-9..i thought coach Kenneth would give a lot of good tips to him??..

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    LCW was in total dominance in that match..

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    right, total dominance

    even the commentator did mentioned a one way street

    that probably could be raj could not settle down

    even though his coach did try his best to help him

    he could have played better and there were some shots

    from him really caught lcw - anticipated lcw smash with a cross court net return

    and the deceptive forehand down the line chop ...

    actually this guy has the skill but not the movement speed yet

    lets see how coach kenneth guide him in the next couple of months

    the experience raj had is a good one and some of us should have experienced that

    its like hearing the instructions but the mind isn't working

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    ..ohh, so it's up to the player, this case LCW's total dominance, instead of the coach Kenneth giving "good tips"...

    The way i look at it, it's gonna be mostly up to the players to decide the outcome. Forget abt this coach or that coach giving good tips. Yes, between JOJ and Rajiv, receiving "good tips" might work to an extent as both players are about the same level. But it'll always come down to the players themselves (the skill level of the opponent, how prepared the opponent is, how experienced the opponent is). IMO, coaches or their "good tips" only play 1/3 of the result. The skill level and how ready the player is, physically and mentally, will decide the outcome.
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