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04-17-2010, 06:45 PM #18
You said in post#5 "Here is his basic info: he's a high school student in the ZhanJiang city, which is the south most city in mainland China". This -to me- means he is currently at High school.
Please make posts a bit more coherent & accurate......
Neverthe less we have now established he is 20, I cannot comment on him as I haven't, but still think we should wait until 22 to se if he is the next big thing.....
04-17-2010, 06:45 PM #19
04-17-2010, 06:54 PM #20
With badminton, and new players the thing is that these players come from a situation where they are winning, so they are confident, they are also young, which generally means they are also more confident. They also have the comfort of having been able to study their opponents thoroughly beforehand & have their coaches advice on how to beat them.
The players they play are generally older, used to playing better players than themselves (except LD, LCW for example) & thus are likely to have a lower confidence level. Combine thi with the fact that they have no idea how there opponent plays, there good shots, there weak shots, there timings etc.. means they are at a disadvantage.
We need to give young players at least 2 yrs playing senior tournaments before we can make judgements as this is the stage at which most players will have played the young player & seen him play a lot more too. The young player will have lost some matches he should have won & won some he mybe should have lost, he has realised how tough it is too.
This is the reason why often young players are put into maybe 2 tournaments in a row, then pulled back to training for a few months, in order to assess there level, then work on any weaknesses found, as if they keep playing tournaments they have no time to improve themselves & successive defeats cn knock confidence terminally & give experienced opponents a psychological edge.
04-17-2010, 07:04 PM #21
If you look closely at the chinese player play-styles, WZM's play style slightly resembles LD, his shots and movement xD
04-17-2010, 08:30 PM #22
Definitely in the BAC Tago was out of form and against WZM he seemed to play the wrong tactics.
On all round skills and speed alone, WZM reminds us of the point in time when ZJH appeared and beat Liem Swie King and Frost in 1985 and had everyone gasping at the speed and wide range of strokes and skills.
On skills and athletic ability alone, WZM seems to match say Yang Yang or Lin Dan
or even Liem Swie King in big smashing.
Dont know if he will make it as he needs a good mentor and brains , but I am sure
he will be an exciting player to watch. Any weaknesses will probably be exposed by LD
this evening. Maybe more flaws will be detected when he plays oldies like Gade or LCW.
04-17-2010, 08:55 PM #23
On checking the WJC in wiki, it is amazing to notice that most of the players in the finals in the BAC were medalists in WJC 2008 or 2007 ,WZM was boy's champion in 2008.
Kenichi was runner-up to Chen Long in 2007.
Also the 2 ladies in BAC finals were also medalists in 2007,2008 together with Wang Shi Xian.
They are actually not new to competition.
04-17-2010, 08:58 PM #24
Wang Zhengming can be considered the next Lin dan , unless he beat Lee Chong Wei!
04-17-2010, 09:49 PM #25
Wang Zhengming never clears, or drop in his match with Tago. What he does is just raw power. He has trouble finding the lines in the second game, which let Tago win it. Wang Zhengming has a long way to go, unless I see him performing well in the next few tournaments, I think he will not be one of the top 10 anytime soon. The only accomplished player he has beat is Tago, and Tago Kenichi has yet to win a title.
I'll see his performance against Lin Dan.
04-17-2010, 09:59 PM #26
04-17-2010, 10:07 PM #27
u guys are so high
suetyan is been proven correct
i am waiting for tian hou wei
thw is better than wzm
04-17-2010, 10:56 PM #28
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04-17-2010, 11:04 PM #32
when I saw this guy performance in the final of National Junior Championship against Chen Yuekun, I already can predict that he is a talented guy and he has huge potential in the future. Although he missed the first ticket to promote to the first team (due to injury), but then he able to grab the second chance after 3 months. He is surely a guy to watch in the future.
04-17-2010, 11:52 PM #33
Name: Wang Zhengming 王睁茗
Province: Guang Dong
2005 National Junior BD Champion
2006 National Junior BD Champion
2007 National Junior BS Champion
2008 National Junior BS Champion
2009 National Junior BS Champion
2007 Asian Junior BS Champion
2008 World Junior BS Champion
04-18-2010, 12:35 AM #34
LCW said long time ago (2008) he is vary of Wang and he said this is the youngster to watch. But he is no LD maybe in the mold of BCL albeit slight better. When I say he is not LD is that he doesnt have the LD style. But he is more ZJH in style and BCL. Hopefully not BCL's temperament. China always produces young champions and towards the end of 2011 you will see Wang winning SS or maybe AE. WC maybe not yet. I just lament that our backup MS have to return to play 3rd fiddle like we have in the late 90s before Wong and LCW showed up
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