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    Default Hoon Thien How/Ong Soon Hock

    Hoon Thien How and Ong Soon Hock are going to be permanent partners I guess. I created this since they are already part of the elite, so that they can join ranks with KKK/TBH and Fuzzy who have their own thread.

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    Hoon Thien How is on the right, needless to say, Ong is the one on the left.

    So what do you guys think of this pair?
    Good chance for a title for them at the coming Indian Open, if both play to their full potential.

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    well
    if koo/tan is 100
    ong/hoon will be 80
    i do pity them
    hope they shine this year
    if not,gone

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    I hope they will shine... stamina might be the problem though..

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    is this picture from when they beat LYD/JJS?

    OSH looks like a fatter version of KKK from that angle!

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    their edge is mental strength (as compared to other pair), their problem is consistency and stamina.

    Quote Originally Posted by ants View Post
    I hope they will shine... stamina might be the problem though..

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    Yes. It appears that Hoon Thien How was mentally strong in his match against LP and JR despite the latter two being an established pair with tons of experience!

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    consistency and stamina=need more international matches exposure..
    On the 2010 TC performance:
    LP and JR figured out and were able to absorb HTH's smashes in the 2nd & 3rd game...too bad Zakry & HTH couldn't capitalize on the opportunities and made unforced errors at crucial times, esp. in the 3rd game..I wonder if HTH & his regular partner OSH would've won if they were the ones playing???..
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    Quote Originally Posted by ctjcad View Post
    consistency and stamina=need more international matches exposure..
    On the 2010 TC performance:
    LP and JR figured out and were able to absorb HTH's smashes in the 2nd & 3rd game...too bad Zakry & HTH couldn't capitalize on the opportunities and made unforced errors at crucial times, esp. in the 3rd game..I wonder if HTH & his regular partner OSH would've won if they were the ones playing???..

    maybe, cos HTH & OSK are regular partner... therefore better combination & understanding among the duo. Anyway, zakry play up to his standard, as he gave some good shots during the game. HTH still nid more exposure, as the final serve showed his mental stability during the crucial moment.

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    wow....after so long never log-in, OSH/HTH get their own thread already...
    i hope they are given more chance to compete in SS to gain more exposure
    too bad OSH not that young anymore....maybe the best will be 2-3 years
    more to shine or else....

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    ..i think they should be at their peak now, not too old or too young...it's now up to how BAM use them and get them more exposure (for their next big goals: 2012 OG and TC)...IMO, they should get more exposure than Fuzzy pair..

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    well
    waiting for a good outing
    expect nothing less than
    one quater final finish in ina or sg ss
    and finalist in india open

    if not,they shouldn't get sent to next ss,japan

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    My goal higher, must win India Open! Hehehe...
    I am still waiting for Mak/Tan, don't know which pair is stronger, lol...

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    Unfortunately, their chance has come and gone!
    Sorry but time to pave way for Chan/Lim and Mak/Tan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    and finalist in india open
    Unfortunately, they lost in their first match in the India Open GP Gold.

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    Quote Originally Posted by badMania View Post
    Unfortunately, they lost in their first match in the India Open GP Gold.
    2nd match
    Not that it makes a difference that they failed MAS's expectations on them. I think the duo should be replaced with Chan/Lim or Mak/Tan and TCS with CWF.

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    Quote Originally Posted by undeadshot View Post
    Alright.
    OPINION: Either INA pair is at least decent or Hoon & Ong are overrated. I think Mak/Tan are a better pair than Hoon/Ong. This INA pair shouldn't have been a threat to the more experienced Hoon/Ong...?
    INA MD takes the second game 21-19.
    It's rubber time. Hoon & Ong better burn the rubber.
    Quote Originally Posted by badMania View Post
    Rendy Sugiarto was the AJC 2009 champion and WJC 2009 bronze-medallist with Angga Pratama.
    Quote Originally Posted by undeadshot View Post
    Hoon/Ong are horribly overrated. Going home in the R16 of a GP tournament...hm...
    It's time to give Chan/Lim and Mak/Tan more chances!

    Congratulations to Rendy and Afiat! Well deserved 16-21; 21-19; 21-14 victory. Bye-bye to third seeds!
    Quote Originally Posted by badMania View Post
    YES!! Rendy Sugiarto/Afiat Yuris Wirawan beat Hoon Thien How/Ong Soon Hock 16-21, 21-19, 21-14.
    Quote Originally Posted by undeadshot View Post
    I read a comment about Hoon/Ong's speed in the Badminton Asia Championships as well... that person then said that they were too slow around court.
    Hope this INA MD can reach final
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    Unfortunately, they lost in their first match in the India Open GP Gold.
    this is what i mean by overrated
    they shouldn't waste the fund and the slot
    hoon/ong and fuzzy should move aside
    give the chance for mak/tan,chan/lim

    this is a slap on those people face who claim ong/hoon is a decent pair or bla bla bla
    told u they are just ordinary player

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    this is what i mean by overrated
    they shouldn't waste the fund and the slot
    hoon/ong and fuzzy should move aside
    give the chance for mak/tan,chan/lim

    this is a slap on those people face who claim ong/hoon is a decent pair or bla bla bla
    told u they are just ordinary player
    Lol I overrate them myself by thinking they should win the Indian Open GP although I think that Mak/Tan and Chan/Lim better than them.

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