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    so jackson loh got banned because he has multiple usernames

    wonder whoever takes over this thread?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pBmMalaysia View Post
    so jackson loh got banned because he has multiple usernames

    wonder whoever takes over this thread?

    As long as the thread is still relevant, I think we can still post..
    as for title, I think best will be Gao Ling....

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    Quote Originally Posted by danielwong View Post
    As long as the thread is still relevant, I think we can still post..
    as for title, I think best will be Gao Ling....
    yes, gao ling is gao gao in the front court

    or good good in the front court

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    Gail Emms. How could I forget.

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    If retired players are valid, then Ge Fei and Gao Ling are way, way up on the list. Ra Kyung-Min would be very close behind.

    As far as I can recall, no other woman's doubles/mixed players have come close to what these 3 ladies have achieved in their careers.

    Current players ? It still has to be seen when they come closer to retirement in their careers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by venkatesh View Post
    Gail Emms. How could I forget.
    yeah.. emms gave gao ling a good fight in olympic2004...

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    Quote Originally Posted by SibugiChai View Post
    yeah.. emms gave gao ling a good fight in olympic2004...
    1-15 if my memory served me right, i'm sure Gao ling was scared, really really scared.

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    Quote Originally Posted by venkatesh View Post
    Oh. Let's not forget Yu Yang.
    Hooo yes. For me she's the best actually.
    But in the list i would pick Ma jin even if my heart says Lilyana

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlanY View Post
    1-15 if my memory served me right, i'm sure Gao ling was scared, really really scared.
    Did you notice that everytime Gao Ling had to face Gail Emms, she had her game face on? ... As opposed to other mixed pairs wherein she usually were relaxed and smiled a lot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by venkatesh View Post
    Did you notice that everytime Gao Ling had to face Gail Emms, she had her game face on? ... As opposed to other mixed pairs wherein she usually were relaxed and smiled a lot.
    As I said, GL was really scared of GE.

    GE has a career record of 5-8 against GL, not bad as she was up against Gao Ling, the

    2 x Olympics Champion,
    8 x World Champion,
    11 x All England Champion,
    6 x Uber/Sudirman Cup Champion,
    4 x Asian Champion and a few other open titles.

    For the record, for GE’s 5 wins against GL none of them were in a major tournament with the exception of the early round in 2008 OG against GL/GB, the last tournament before her retirement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlanY View Post
    As I said, GL was really scared of GE.

    GE has a career record of 5-8 against GL, not bad as she was up against Gao Ling, the

    2 x Olympics Champion,
    8 x World Champion,
    11 x All England Champion,
    6 x Uber/Sudirman Cup Champion,
    4 x Asian Champion and a few other open titles.

    For the record, for GEs 5 wins against GL none of them were in a major tournament with the exception of the early round in 2008 OG against GL/GB, the last tournament before her retirement.
    Yes. I was able to watch that. Both Gao Ling and Gail Emms were amazing. But nerves took over Zheng Bo, thus resulted to the Chinese pair's loss.

    There must be too much pressure for Jenny Wallwork to put herself in Emms's shoes. Too bad Jenny's not much of a natural front player. Yes, I can see her aggresive net play, but she lacks Gail's sharpness. I think Jenny would prosper more on WD than XD.

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    JAKARTA, Kompas.com - doubles specialist, Liliyana Natsir entry in the top 100 of the BWF for the mixed doubles with three different couples.

    Together with senior players, Nova Widianto, Butet stay on top of the world rankings. The couple formally separated by PBSI with Liliyana got instead, young players Tontowi ahmad.

    The couple who last week won the Grand Prix Gold in Samarinda premises is up 23 levels to the rank of 51 for this weekend.

    Meanwhile, the other with his partner, Devin Lahardi Fitriawan, Liliyana ranked 63, down one level compared to last week.

    Mixed doubles ranking:
    1. Nova Widianto / Liliyana Natsir [INA]
    2. Aprida Hendra Gunawan / Vita Marissa [INA]
    3. Robert MATEUSIAK / Nadiezda ZIEBA [POL]
    4. Thomas LAYBOURN / JUHL Kamilla RYTTER [DEN]
    5. JIAMING Tao / Zhang Yawen [CHN]
    6. Yong Dae LEE / Hyo Jung LEE [KOR]
    7. Sudket PRAPAKAMOL / Saralee THOUNGTHONGKAM [THA]
    8. Sheng Mu LEE / Yu Chin Chien [TPE]
    9. KO Sung Hyun / Jung Eun HA [KOR]
    10. Nathan ROBERTSON / Jenny WALLWORK [ENG]

    11. (3) Fran Kurniawan TENG / Pia Zebadiah BERNADET [INA]
    26. (11) Muhammad Rijal / Debby Susanto [INA]
    48. (22) Markis Kido / Lita Nurlita [INA]
    51. (23) Tantowi AHMAD / Liliyana Natsir [INA]
    62. (-1) Flandy Limpele / Wen Hsing CHENG [TPE]
    63. (-1) Devin Lahardi Fitriawan / Liliyana Natsir [INA]
    69. (17) Delynugraha Muhammad Rizki / DILI Richi Puspita [INA]
    72. (-3) OKVANA Viki Indra / Gustiani Sari Megawati [INA]
    87. (1) Tantowi AHMAD Greysia Polii [INA]
    89. (15) Mulyono Henderson / Ayu Rahmasari [INA]
    90. Fitriawan Lahardi Devin / Lita Nurlita [INA]
    95. (31) Kusumawardhana Tri / Nadya Melati [INA]
    102. (16) Fadhilah Rfan / Anggraini Weni [INA]
    118. (-2) Hendra Setiawan [INA] / Anastasia RUSSKIKH [RUS]
    127. Riky Widianto / Jenna Gozali [INA]

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    Gao Ling, no doubt!

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