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    Rexy said he would also work closely with back-up coach Tan Kim Her and his top three charges – Goh Wei Shem-Teo Kok Siang, Mak Hee Chun-Tan Wee Kiong and Lim Khim Wah-Chan Peng Soon, who are all geared towards qualification for the Olympic Games too.

    “We have met and divided the tournaments between our players. We are also training together at least four times a week. We have a common goal – to establish a solid doubles department at both the elite and back-up levels,” said Rexy.

    Currently, Wei Shem-Kok Siang are ranked 22nd, followed by Hee Chun-Wee Kiong at 24th. Khim Wah-Peng Soon are in 30th spot

    http://thestar.com.my/services/print...asp&sec=sports

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    I see more future in GWS/TKS now, they brought MB/CM to rubber games after all Of course I am hoping all do well including MHC/TWK

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    Seriously, are they (these 3 pairs) important? Look at CHN MD2 and MD3... INA MD2... Den MD... etc... still boleh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimbo View Post
    Seriously, are they (these 3 pairs) important? Look at CHN MD2 and MD3... INA MD2... Den MD... etc... still boleh?
    Don't compare pebbles and rocks. Just hope that these 3 can improve. And of course they are important, they are the future of MAS MD for goodness sake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by undeadshot View Post
    Don't compare pebbles and rocks. Just hope that these 3 can improve. And of course they are important, they are the future of MAS MD for goodness sake.
    and why is always MAS players are considered as pebbles and others are rocks.........something is very wrong here !

    And cant complaint if they keep losing and never make it..........because they are just pebbles....??

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    Quote Originally Posted by jasonmarc View Post
    and why is always MAS players are considered as pebbles and others are rocks.........something is very wrong here !

    And cant complaint if they keep losing and never make it..........because they are just pebbles....??
    MAS is weaker in terms of badminton to Korea and China. If we can call Tanongsak from Thailand promising although he always loses and never quite making it, why can't we call our losers promising too? Not to mention, MAS is weaker than Indonesia and Thailand too! Denmark only has JOJ waiting and its still too early to say anything for Viktor as he has not won anything yet. Let's use same standard for MAS and countries like THA for men and for women... no need to say, LOL.

    So because MAS is weaker, naturally our players also should be weaker than CHN and KOR pairs... our MD 1 is like their MD 2... the only exception is our MS 1 who is regarded as the second best in the world!

    And about too early, you can say Tanongsak still young, our MD also still young, no need to complain until they become like Fuzzy and HTH/OSH, then we can complain all we want!

    This is my point of view, don't judge a player's success just because they cannot beat any players... and don't compare a no-name MAS to countries like CHN and KOR, INA too!

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    A disappointment from GWS/TKS as they have lost to China's youngsters and TKS's former world junior rival Qiu Zihan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by undeadshot View Post
    A disappointment from GWS/TKS as they have lost to China's youngsters and TKS's former world junior rival Qiu Zihan.
    Turns out that TKS was injured, which was said before the match.

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    Wonder if the rest, MHC-TWK, CPS-LKW are competing in coming SS Opens. Have been quiet lately.Training hard under TKH to prepare for the biggies like AE I suppose.
    Apparently left out from MO 2011 by accident, not selected for KO 2011.

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    seem Mak Hee Chun-Tan Wee Kiong can be malaysia no. 1 pairs, but must more consistensy in their game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jazzroll View Post
    seem Mak Hee Chun-Tan Wee Kiong can be malaysia no. 1 pairs, but must more consistensy in their game.
    Our top pair isn't too consistent too.
    It's tough to be consistent as we need both partners on form instead of only one person on form as opposed to singles. But yeah, Mak and Tan have been on the down side since their QF finish at the Japan and Denmark Open...

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    Quote Originally Posted by undeadshot View Post
    Our top pair isn't too consistent too.
    It's tough to be consistent as we need both partners on form instead of only one person on form as opposed to singles. But yeah, Mak and Tan have been on the down side since their QF finish at the Japan and Denmark Open...
    u want a consistent lee ww/ctf version 2?
    who never win big?
    but everytime reach semi final at least?

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    MHC/TWK and GWS/TKS should be in the National GP Finals! (Don't think CPS/LKW qualify ) Hope that MHC/TWK can grab their 2nd national title and hope that either one of them will give a strong showing in the German Open, possibly reach SF or even Final!


    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    u want a consistent lee ww/ctf version 2?
    who never win big?
    but everytime reach semi final at least?

    Good point, but they would be good for team events.

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    Quote Originally Posted by undeadshot View Post
    Good point, but they would be good for team events.
    is it?
    so u only want a pair who did consistently to reach semi final and did well in team event?(chong/lee version 2)
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    not consistent at all but will win something big some times?

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    is it?
    so u only want a pair who did consistently to reach semi final and did well in team event?(chong/lee version 2)
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    not consistent at all but will win something big some times?
    The one pair that came to my mind is MK-HS, I wouldn't say they are not consistent, but not as consistent in winning tournaments like CY-FHF, but they sure peaked at the right time by winning the big ones like OG and AG..I wouldn't mind that kind of 'inconsistency'.
    BUT ..looking at our back-up pairs, i don't think they belong to either category..for starters, they should start playing consistently to their own standards before thinking about winning big..or even qualifying for semis in SS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bugsy View Post
    The one pair that came to my mind is MK-HS, I wouldn't say they are not consistent, but not as consistent in winning tournaments like CY-FHF, but they sure peaked at the right time by winning the big ones like OG and AG..I wouldn't mind that kind of 'inconsistency'.
    BUT ..looking at our back-up pairs, i don't think they belong to either category..for starters, they should start playing consistently to their own standards before thinking about winning big..or even qualifying for semis in SS.
    Step by step, they have to regularly beat the pairs who they are expected to beat, while at the same time trying to pull off upsets over higher-ranked pairs and dangerous opponents. Actually, finishing in QF, or SF is subjective to the draw.

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    this young pairs are only 20-22... yet I have heard their names for YEARS, maybe due to their victory in Junior level championship.

    We cant expect another Lee Young Dae, Player like Lee YD come around once in every 20years.

    our young pairs look promising but we will only know when they reach ard 25!

    25 is the age which most Double players start to excel.

    Gip them more time...

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