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12-28-2010, 08:38 PM #154
12-28-2010, 09:29 PM #155
My analysis based on Daren Liew's game in this tournament :
Most of his errors are hitting the shuttle at the net and his jump smashes are not consistent.Why does someone keep hitting shuttles at the net?.......Simple--> lethargy, tiredness, lack of fitness, lack of concentration and lack of mental strength.
My conclusion is Daren needs to work on his stamina, fitness and ability to handle pressure.Either Daren is not training to the maximum or the coaches are not pushing him to his limits in training.
I saw the article where Lee Chong Wei stated that even with the Great Tang Hsien Hu coaching the Malaysian singles players, it will not bring much change unless the singles players are willing to take the initiative to train harder and push themselves. Chong Wei followed by saying Rashid, Misbun and Hendrawan can only do so much but the rest is up to the player's initiative.Well, I reckon both players and coaches have their part to play.Players must be willing to work harder and push themselves in training and in competitions and coaches have to also push the players and not be lenient with them.I am just afraid the malaysian coaches tend to babysit and spoil the players in training.
I am very sure this sort of problem does not happen in China.The players are so disciplined.Waking up early to reach training 30 mins before warmup and having the mentality to strive to become better.China players are very detailed in their preparations in training and before competition which is synonymous with the Great Jose Mourinho.
My suggestion if these group of backup shuttlers( Daren Liew,Tan Chun Seang, Chan Kwong Beng, Chong Wei Feng and Mohd Arid Abdul Latif) don't come through by the time Lee Chong Wei retires in 2 years time from now, I hope Misbun,Rashid and Hendrawan will place more emphasis on the juniors who are around 17.18.19 and 20 years old.( Iskandar Zulkarnain, Mohd Syawal Ismail, Zulfadli Zulkifli and Misbun Ramdan.
Out of the backup shuttlers, I rate Tan Chun Seang highly based on his performance before he was seriously injured and if not mistaken needed to go for surgery, if not because of the serious injury he suffered at one of the super series tourney this year, he was progressing quite well and creating upsets.Unfortunately he needs time to get back that form. From the junior squad, I rate Iskandar Zulkarnain who is 19 years old and currently under training with Hendrawan.He was the 2008 or 2009 world junior championships men singles runnnerup.He lost to Huang Yu xiang of china in the final.
Comments and replies are welcomed.
12-28-2010, 09:33 PM #156
12-28-2010, 09:36 PM #157
12-28-2010, 09:38 PM #158
Most of these elite backup shuttlers are around 23, 24 or 25 years of age.By the time LCW retires, they will be around 25.26.27 years of age. If they do not show any results by then, I am very sad to say that BAM has to seriously consider allowing them to leave and end their careers in international competitions. I think our junior team has brighter prospects as that group are in their late teens and under Hendrawan who is reknowned for his fitness, stamina and mental strength in his prime should be ablet o drill a better foundation into them.I still feel we need a coach from China as this gives our coaches the opportunity to use different training methods and systems whereby the chinese coaches seems to do so well.
12-28-2010, 09:59 PM #159
but i am rather lost at some point
as you mentioned hendrawan is known for his fitness, stamina and mental strength,
you still feel there is a need to bring in a china coach.
would you or can you share with us what you know of these new training methods
and system from china?
12-29-2010, 01:19 AM #160
I feel there is a need because of the past record we had with China coaches.Look at all the great singles players we had in the past for example, Misbun, Rashid, Wong Choon Hann and Lee Chong Wei just to name a few, they were all coached by chinese coaches like Fang Kaixiang, Han Jian, Zhou Kejian, Li Mao and not to mention even the junior batch from Bukit Jalil plus Iskandar Zulkarnain when he was runner-up at the World Junior Championships were coached by Sun Chenhua from China.The record speaks for itself.
The problem is I don't even know why the BAM is not even willing to give it a try.
Regarding your question of systems and training methods, it could mean junior development programmes, analysis of matches, sports science and fitness levels.Hendrawan himself was coached by Tang XienHu just before Tang left Indonesia for China. Even Dionysius is coached by the Great FangkaiXiang. Either the BAM are scared or terrified by the chinese training methods or they cannot face up to the tough regimented training of China.
One reminder, in terms of badminton we are considered like England in football. Meaning we are not like countries like Argentina or Brazil, where badminton is still growing.We have the talent and infrastructure in place, so why are we lacking behind other countries especially China, South Korea, Japan and I hate saying it but Thailand and India as well in terms of singles.That means we are lacking something in our badminton system and I have a strong feeling its because of the BAM's attitude of disregarding the competence of China coaches.We don't need 10 years to play catchup.If we have the right system in place from junior to senior, it would need maybe 3-4 years max to get it right with the proper coaching setup.(Hope whoever is reading this especially someone from the Malaysian coaching panel will take thiss piece of advice seriously)
12-29-2010, 01:34 AM #161
No disrespect to Misbun, Rashid and Hendrawan, obviously they are trying their best and probably the results would only be seen by 2012. But having some input from China coaches is not going to do any harm.If I were the BAM, a good start will be trying to get Lin Dan on a 5 year contract to come to Malaysia with his wife Xie XingFang as coaches.That would really be a coup if that happens since I think Lin Dan will be part of the coaching setup in China.If you analyze all the Chinese greats, they are involved in one way or another in assisting the China state and national badminton coaching system by passing on their knowledge and skills to the juniors.Even Zhao JianHua is coaching and if you look at his technique in smashing or jump smashes its the same technique as Lin Dan.I called it the whip system if you know what I mean.
12-29-2010, 03:15 AM #162
12-29-2010, 04:14 AM #163
2) BAM have the funds since they have already spent a lot getting Hendrawan? Even Hendrawan's salary is supposed paid by 3rd party.
Thanks for the interesting long posts, we can continue in Msia Prof Players threads
Last edited by eaglehelang; 12-29-2010 at 04:18 AM.
12-29-2010, 04:18 AM #164
12-29-2010, 04:57 AM #165
A quick snapshot of the "unique"(?) Yonex shirts worn. Also saw it in yellow worn by HKV; but I guess you Astro viewers already saw it ...
Reminded me of ...
Last edited by demolidor; 12-29-2010 at 05:00 AM.
12-29-2010, 11:29 AM #166
Tine withdraws from final due to illness
Tine Baun will not be playing today's final at Copenhagen Masters. The Danish star is suffering from stomach illness and fever.
- Monday afternoon, Tine Baun qualified for the final in Copenhagen Masters but she will not be able to play today due to illness.
The past days Tine has been suffering from a stomach illness and a fever causing her to be dizzy and unable to play.
That means, that she will not be able to defend her title from last year, and that her opponent in today's match Salajkit Ponsana is the winner of Copenhagen Masters 2010.
-Tine is of course very sad that she will not be able to play. She was looking forward to giving everyone a good badminton experience, but when she is feeling this bad, she needs to look after herself and I fully support her decision, national coach Claus Poulsen says.
At 6 p.m., when the ladies' singles final should have been played, the award Player of the Year 2010 will be presented and furthermore the prize ceremony, where Salajkit Ponsana will receive her prize, will be held.
After that the rest of the finals will be played according to plan.
12-29-2010, 08:33 PM #167
Thanks demolidor for the updated news, disappointment for homeground fans as Tine walkover.
Peter Gade won convincingly over Boonsak Ponsana last night.
Boe/Mogensen failed once again to grab MD title, lost to Jonas Rasmussen/Mads Conrad-Petersen. Last year, Boe/Mogensen also stopped by Jonas Rasmussen paired with his previous partner Lars Paaske.
12-29-2010, 08:56 PM #168
DEN will probably rely on Jonas Rasmussen/Mads Conrad-Petersen to go up the rankings table quickly and hopefully also qualify for London 2012.
Meanwhile, Mathias Boe/Carsten Mogensen should secure a spot. The same will probably go to the increasingly dangerous Joachim Fischer-Nielsen/Christinna Pedersen.
12-30-2010, 07:35 AM #169
Congratulations to Peter Gade, he has slowly picked up form and despite losing to Boonsak twice this year he managed to take revenge and defeated Boonsak easily after the slight resistance in the match against Liew Daren initially.
12-30-2010, 09:38 PM #170
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