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    Quote Originally Posted by jasonmarc View Post
    There are still lots of SS in 2010.......still lots of chances to perform, dont have to wait till next year !
    Where got a lot? 4 only left, if Mak/TWK going to AG, means Denmark & France SS they can go 1 only or not go at all. Anyway, I give them until mid 2011 to win GP Gold title. SS is hard, with all top pairs coming back for OG qualification.

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    Quote Originally Posted by undeadshot View Post
    I will be strict despite being their supporter. Since they are selected for the Asian Games, I will only give them until the end of this year. I want to see them create waves/huge upsets/reach SF in the Malaysia SS next year. But, NOT LIKE HTH/OSH.
    Quote Originally Posted by jasonmarc View Post
    Yes, sure...what i mean gaining experiences in beating not just team mates, creates some upsets by beating other countries pairs with higher WR......

    If they managed to do that, its considered 'not disappointing'......

    If keep on losing at 1st round, that means no experience gained......in SS tournies. Thats 'disappointing' !
    Quote Originally Posted by eaglehelang View Post
    Where got a lot? 4 only left, if Mak/TWK going to AG, means Denmark & France SS they can go 1 only or not go at all. Anyway, I give them until mid 2011 to win GP Gold title. SS is hard, with all top pairs coming back for OG qualification.

    I can see 3 kind of expectations toward this pair...
    high expectation
    mid expectation
    low expectation
    what each one asking is not the same...

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    more important is how strong are their own expectations?

    do they have that hunger to kick out just everybody in their way?

    in badminton of course..

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    i remember there was one time mas mental trainer asked the whole lot of players

    '' what do you want to be as a player '' (something like that..)

    and most of them say '' i want to be like lcw or kkk or tbh? ''

    so that they can have luis vutton bag, a luxurious life style, fame and fortune?

    that's really disappointing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pBmMalaysia View Post
    i remember there was one time mas mental trainer asked the whole lot of players

    '' what do you want to be as a player '' (something like that..)

    and most of them say '' i want to be like lcw or kkk or tbh? ''

    so that they can have luis vutton bag, a luxurious life style, fame and fortune?

    that's really disappointing!
    Players plays for money. Nothing to be dissapointed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dato Asbullah View Post
    Players plays for money. Nothing to be dissapointed.
    of course, mate, its the money ...

    but you can't be lcw, kkk or tbh to win

    you must be yourself to win

    there is a lot of difference here!

    well, these are the words from the expert

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    Quote Originally Posted by pBmMalaysia View Post
    of course, mate, its the money ...

    but you can't be lcw, kkk or tbh to win

    you must be yourself to win

    there is a lot of difference here!

    well, these are the words from the expert

    He already won...he is a Dato....

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    Quote Originally Posted by danielwong View Post
    I can see 3 kind of expectations toward this pair...
    high expectation
    mid expectation
    low expectation
    what each one asking is not the same...
    Thanks, you observed my excpectration as 'Mid Expectation'......got people said mine is 'over high expectation'.....LOL

    Undeadshot's expect even higher than mine......LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by jasonmarc View Post
    Thanks, you observed my excpectration as 'Mid Expectation'......got people said mine is 'over high expectation'.....LOL

    Undeadshot's expect even higher than mine......LOL
    Mak/Tan can do it, if CB/ZN can do it too. They are definitely up there, again as I said, they need toughening.

    BAC - Beat Kenichi/Kenta, not sure if you know who they are. That shows that they are actually at least around JPN pairs standard, I would be disappointed if they fail to make at least QF or SF depending on the draw. If like this year's MO draw, I would challenge them to beat Bach/Tony. Just don't expect them to suddenly become giant killers and beat CY/FHF, Ko/Yoo, MK/HS, etc. on for no apparent reason just because they are our hope. If we don't mention them at all, they wouldn't receive this fierce criticism.

    I have high expectations simply because they are my favourite pair, and I believe in them. Jasonmarc's one should be a better benchmark, almost similar to TKH's in fact. Eaglehelang's should actually be more trusted as she actually analyzes them very carefully.
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    Quote Originally Posted by undeadshot View Post
    Mak/Tan can do it, if CB/ZN can do it too. They are definitely up there, again as I said, they need toughening.

    BAC - Beat Kenichi/Kenta, not sure if you know who they are. That shows that they are actually at least around JPN pairs standard, I would be disappointed if they fail to make at least QF or SF depending on the draw. If like this year's MO draw, I would challenge them to beat Bach/Tony. Just don't expect them to suddenly become giant killers and beat CY/FHF, Ko/Yoo, MK/HS, etc. on for no apparent reason just because they are our hope. If we don't mention them at all, they wouldn't receive this fierce criticism.

    I have high expectations simply because they are my favourite pair, and I believe in them. Jasonmarc's one should be a better benchmark, almost similar to TKH's in fact. Eaglehelang's should actually be more trusted as she actually analyzes them very carefully.

    no, this young pair should have expectations close to something like yours

    that will make them viciously hungry for titles

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    Quote Originally Posted by undeadshot View Post
    I have high expectations simply because they are my favourite pair, and I believe in them. Jasonmarc's one should be a better benchmark, almost similar to TKH's in fact. Eaglehelang's should actually be more trusted as she actually analyzes them very carefully.
    Errr, sorry to say, Mak/TWK are the lowest in my list of the 3 pairs, remember many times I said wish Mak can change partner.
    My expectation listed is in terms of winning titles, not just create upsets, reach Semi in SS kinda thing.

    TKH give them 1 year to create upsets(I assume until mid 2011),after that is to win titles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eaglehelang View Post
    Errr, sorry to say, Mak/TWK are the lowest in my list of the 3 pairs, remember many times I said wish Mak can change partner.
    My expectation listed is in terms of winning titles, not just create upsets, reach Semi in SS kinda thing.
    Yup, can remember that you said you wished the Mak/Teo pair is back
    Winning GP Gold, expectation considered low? For me NO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jasonmarc View Post
    Should be better than China Master..........because KSH/YYS have to play untill final against Cai/Fu........
    so there will be a 'tired' factor for KSH/YYS, but Mak/Tan who lost in 1st round and relaxing untill Jap Open next week.....very fresh!

    So, hope Mak/Tan can grab this oppotunity and dont disappoint their fans anymore.....
    Its good to see MAk/Tan able to grab this oppotunity in Japan Open.........at lease they did not lost to a relatively tired Korean pair.........

    Just hope this could spur their spirit and confidence in coming tournies...... Keep it up.......at lease not disappointing this time!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jasonmarc View Post
    Its good to see MAk/Tan able to grab this oppotunity in Japan Open.........at lease they did not lost to a relatively tired Korean pair.........

    Just hope this could spur their spirit and confidence in coming tournies...... Keep it up.......at lease not disappointing this time!
    A win is a win, dont say win over a tired pair...give credit when is due lar
    or else I will whack you......

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    Quote Originally Posted by danielwong View Post
    A win is a win, dont say win over a tired pair...give credit when is due lar
    or else I will whack you......
    Haha, dont worry lah, I wouldnt claw Jasonmarc, I also agree. Ko/Yoo somewhat tired, a lot smash winners on Mak/TWK side. Their next opponent Kenta/Hirobe, was the one who beat them at 2010 Macau Open.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jasonmarc View Post
    Its good to see MAk/Tan able to grab this oppotunity in Japan Open.........at lease they did not lost to a relatively tired Korean pair.........

    Just hope this could spur their spirit and confidence in coming tournies...... Keep it up.......at lease not disappointing this time!
    Yep, I was expecting straight game defeat. I thought if go rubber, they have a chance because Ko/Yoo went all the way to the final, never thought they won it in straights!

    I hope they can take revenge a second time tomorrow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eaglehelang View Post
    Haha, dont worry lah, I wouldnt claw Jasonmarc, I also agree. Ko/Yoo somewhat tired, a lot smash winners on Mak/TWK side. Their next opponent Kenta/Hirobe, was the one who beat them at 2010 Macau Open.
    Luckily the extra fresh young mas pair manage to win the korean pair..


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