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    Quote Originally Posted by nokh88 View Post
    I should be watching.
    Haha, hopefully you can see the other Malaysians who rarely feature on TV too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by undeadshot View Post
    Haha, hopefully you can see the other Malaysians who rarely feature on TV too.
    Any particular ones you want me to look out for?

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    Congrats to the duo, even though they only managed to be runner ups.

    Chan PS should keep his temper in check...again. He got kicked out from national tourney last year for disagreeing with the linesman and umpire (felt sorry for his doubles partner). His temperament was okay today, although I didnt understand what really happened when he twice lost his temper a bit (with the crowd also enthusiasthically joined in), AND hence lost his focus too. The match might go the opposite...Smash precision was okay, could be better!

    Goh LY's netplay getting better, but there's always room for improvement. Cant wait to see them in action in BAC

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    The same disease is affecting Malaysian pairs...inability to finish off at the crucial moment...hopefully they will bounce back stronger

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    Quote Originally Posted by nokh88 View Post
    Any particular ones you want me to look out for?
    Mak Hee Chun/Teo Kok Siang, Hoon Thien How/Tan Wee Kiong of course Depending on the draw, if they can even get that far.

    Goh Soon Huat in singles, if he gets that far (which I doubt)
    Pretty much these.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nokh88 View Post
    Any particular ones you want me to look out for?
    of course leng lui
    hehe

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    Quote Originally Posted by undeadshot View Post
    Mak Hee Chun/Teo Kok Siang, Hoon Thien How/Tan Wee Kiong of course Depending on the draw, if they can even get that far.

    Goh Soon Huat in singles, if he gets that far (which I doubt)
    Pretty much these.
    This task is difficult.

    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    of course leng lui
    hehe
    This one is easier, and I don't mind an assistant.

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    Composure. Next year, they should be better as long as they keep improving on speed, power and strategy.

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    You have to be a few steps ahead of your competitor to overtake them. If you wait until next year, others will improve too and it's back to square one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nokh88 View Post
    You have to be a few steps ahead of your competitor to overtake them. If you wait until next year, others will improve too and it's back to square one.
    Yes, they just have to make a break-thru as soon as possible !!

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    if
    IF
    IF they won OG gold?hahahahhahahaha

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    if
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    IF they won OG gold?hahahahhahahaha
    If they overcome Danish and Indonesian pair, i dont see why cant they win the gold? They are upset-resistant, unlike the Chinese pairs...

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    It takes time to progress fren. If they can do it this year, it will be a miracle. Baring that everyone will be in full blast for the OG. Just be pragmatic. You are giving a lot of pressures to these young pair.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nokh88 View Post
    You have to be a few steps ahead of your competitor to overtake them. If you wait until next year, others will improve too and it's back to square one.
    The important part is that they are improving and results. Hardly anybody is a champion without hard work and hard work needs time. Do you see this pair as being complacent?

    I see this pair as being one of the pairs with an outside chance of an Olympic medal because of their rate of improvement. I watched them 2 years back in HK Open and thought they were pretty good already.
    Last edited by Cheung; 04-09-2012 at 10:17 PM.

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    they can become good when they can beat ZN/ZYL, Tontowi/Butet, JP/CP, LYD/partner.....
    so far did they manage to beat anyone of them yet??

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    The Star Online > Sports
    Sunday May 6, 2012
    Liu Ying chooses victory over love on the court



    JOHOR BARU: It is not easy for mixed doubles star and Olympic Games-bound Goh Liu Ying to play in a match with her boyfriend on the opposing side.
    But on Friday, Liu Ying hardly showed any emotion as she stuck to her game plan to combine with Chan Peng Soon and beat Ong Jian Guo-Lim Yin Loo 21-14, 23-21 in the quarter-finals of the Malaysian Open Grand Prix Gold.
    Liu Ying has been together with Jian Guo for almost five years but only now is she ready to open up about their relationship.
    “Fortunately, we do not really play against each other that often in a tournament although we train together regularly,” said a giggling 22-year-old Liu Ying.
    “I am very focused on the court and usually, I do not give in to any form of distraction – even if it is my boyfriend.”
    Liu Ying and the 23-year-old Jian Guo hail from Malacca. They used to travel together in a car driven by either one of their parents during their junior days from Malacca to Kuala Lumpur for training and competitions but they hardly spoke to each another.
    Cupid only struck after the duo completed their Form Five studies at the Bukit Jalil Sports School (BJSS).
    Yesterday, with the soft-spoken Jian Guo cheering her on, Liu Ying did well to reach one final in the home tournament.
    She and Peng Soon defeated Indonesians Riky Widianto-Puspita Richi Dili 21-18, 21-18 to set up a meeting with another Indonesian pair Fadhilah Irfan-Anggraini Weni.
    Earlier, Liu Ying and Yin Loo lost 18-21, 14-21 to top seeds Shinta Mulia Sari-Yao Lei of Singapore in the women’s doubles event in 37 minutes.

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

    Finally Ah Ying goes public abt her love life though many fans already know abt it

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    Congrats to Ah Soon & Ah Ying for their 3rd title as a pair, Msia GP Gold :

    Hope they will win their 1st SS title soon

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