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  • Fu Hai Feng

    348 57.14%
  • Tan Boon Heong

    101 16.58%
  • Jung Jae Sung

    77 12.64%
  • Cheah Soon Kit

    5 0.82%
  • Candra Wijaya

    4 0.66%
  • Rexy Mainaky

    9 1.48%
  • Eddy Hartono

    2 0.33%
  • Halim Haryanto

    13 2.13%
  • Ricky Subagja

    1 0.16%
  • Sigit Budiarto

    16 2.63%
  • Markis Kido

    23 3.78%
  • Park Joo Bong

    10 1.64%
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    beautiful!!!
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    Fu Haifeng has the most effective smash currently, and TBH also puts it to good use and is effective in Commonwealth but it isn't penetrating enough for top pairs sometimes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by undeadshot View Post
    Fu Haifeng has the most effective smash currently, and TBH also puts it to good use and is effective in Commonwealth but it isn't penetrating enough for top pairs sometimes.
    One European I think of as a great smasher is Simon Archer from England, he may not be a good all round player but he definitely had a good smash, once he held the fastest smashing speed record.

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    4 me, jung jae sung, boon heong and fu haifeng are the best, but dont 4get to euro players like thomas lund and nathan robertson..

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    already Voted

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    One more player..Tony Gunawan stands out, his smashes may not be the fastest but accurate and angled foe maximum impact

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    Still voted TBH for country support though Biased me

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    Just watched the old video of Sigit, he was a lot more powerful back then

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    I will vote for Tan Boon Heong. He is awesome at the back of the court.
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    Yeah! Fu Hai Feng because of this video


    and also the music...

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    i think fu haifeng still has best smash in MD

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    fu hai feng all the way.. look at his left arm, god thats awesome!!!

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    It's got to be Fu Hai Feng, but Tan Boon Heong has an amazing smash too. Interesting to see that he uses the Yonex Ti-10. Is that even considered to be a Yonex high-end racket?

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    Nowadays I have to say Ko Sung Hyun is becoming a very good smasher as well.

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    Fu than TBH , both brilliant and great power, angle , placement, steepness etc . if my smash is 60% of what their are I will be over the moon.

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    Personally, I would choose Halim Haryanto in his prime. Just watch 2001 AE MD match. Smashing power and angle were all phenomenal. FHF is a hard smasher, but I feel the placement and angle is not as great/consistent as Halim.

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