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    Quote Originally Posted by george@chongwei View Post
    ya, no doubt they seems to be the best xd pair in mas right now. Let's hope they can be world class xd pair in the future. But in my opinion, it's hard because CPS have to concentrate in playing MD as well. Let's also hope this pair won't turn out to be another tan wee kiong/woon khe wei..
    What happened to TWK/WKW? Their names seemed to have disappeared into oblivion and TWK is much more known in MD with MHC instead of XD although they are supposed to focus on OG 2012 in XD... I hope CPS/GLY's names don't suddenly disappear in tournaments too, will be very sad if BAM allows that!

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    no idea.. all i know is i thought they've been mentioned to be mas top xd in the future from 2007 sudirman cup. What happened now?

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    Quote Originally Posted by george@chongwei View Post
    no idea.. all i know is i thought they've been mentioned to be mas top xd in the future from 2007 sudirman cup. What happened now?
    It was 2009 Sudirman I think. Yeah, supposed to be cos TWK/WKW won 2007 AJC, along with Lim Khim Wah as the 2007 WJC. But then, NHL went independent, BAM had new secretary, change the coaches for WD & MD back up, so....

    Ever since CPS/GLY won the BAC in April, they have become the forerunner in XD(permanent pair that is).

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    Quote Originally Posted by eaglehelang View Post
    It was 2009 Sudirman I think. Yeah, supposed to be cos TWK/WKW won 2007 AJC, along with Lim Khim Wah as the 2007 WJC. But then, NHL went independent, BAM had new secretary, change the coaches for WD & MD back up, so....

    Ever since CPS/GLY won the BAC in April, they have become the forerunner in XD(permanent pair that is).
    WKW and Vivien Hoo are groomed to take over as top WD from CEH-WPT, but it still good to pair her up with someone to a viable 2nd XD pair.
    Playing in XD will improve her game, especially in the defence.
    Top women players like Yu Yang, Ma Jin. Zhao Yunlei, Ha Jung Eun, Lee Hyo Jung , Kamiila Ritter played both XD and WD

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    Tuesday December 14, 2010

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    Peng Soon and Liu Ying urged to go for the major titles



    PETALING JAYA: Coach Jeremy Gan wants youngsters Chan Peng Soon-Goh Liu Ying to go for the big titles to seal a place in the Road to London programme next year.
    The duo have done considerably well to give the mixed doubles department of the national team a big lift this year.
    They won the Asian championship (ABC) title in India in April but went through rough patches in the world championships, Commonwealth Games and Asian Games before finding their footing again in the last two Super Series Open tournaments of the season.
    They stunned seventh seeds Lee Sheng-mu-Chien Yu-chin of Taiwan and second seeds Hendra Gunawan-Vita Marissa of Indonesia in the first round in Hong Kong and China respectively.
    Jeremy said that it was time to raise the bar for Peng Soon-Liu Ying.
    “They have raised their standard and are able to play at par with some of the top pairs in the world. In some cases, they were unlucky.
    “In some instances, their inexperience showed up,” he said.
    “But they are heading in the right direction.
    “We can still build on them to become a better pair.
    “They have the potential to qualify for the 2012 London Olympics.
    “There are two Majors for them next year – the All-England and the world championships.
    “These are the best platforms for them to show their potential and win places in the Road to London programme.”
    Jeremy hoped that the other mixed doubles wannabes would be inspired by the efforts of Peng Soon-Liu Ying.
    “It is normal for players to focus on either the men’s doubles or women’s doubles. The mixed doubles has never been the priority. I hope that the breakthroughs by Peng Soon-Liu Ying will help to change this mind set,” he said.
    The other mixed doubles pairs under Jeremy’s charge are Ong Jian Guo-Sabrina Chong and Tan Aik Huang-Lai Pei Jing.
    All three pairs will take part in the Perak Open, which will begin on Thursday in Ipoh.

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    Arrow These are the best platforms for them to show their potential

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    IMHO, Chan Peng Soon and Goh Liu Ying have already made it there, as a top XD pair for Malaysia.

    I don't understand why Jeremy Gan wants to put more pressure on them, saying that;

    “There are two Majors for them next year – the All-England and the world championships.

    These are the best platforms for them to show their potential and win places in the Road to London programme.”

    My question is - What will happen if they fail? If they fail, are they considered not a good XD pair for Malaysia anymore?

    It is hoped that Jeremy Gan can help them to perform better and to think positive. Don't just set in pressure for them, but to encourage them that they can do it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chris-ccc View Post
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    IMHO, Chan Peng Soon and Goh Liu Ying have already made it there, as a top XD pair for Malaysia.

    I don't understand why Jeremy Gan wants to put more pressure on them
    My question is - What will happen if they fail? If they fail, are they considered not a good XD pair for Malaysia anymore?

    It is hoped that Jeremy Gan can help them to perform better and to think positive. Don't just set in pressure for them, but to encourage them that they can do it.
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    lol
    u know or jeremy know also no use
    the one holding money dont know badminton
    remember when there is no wd send for 2010 wc

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    Quote Originally Posted by danielwong View Post
    Tuesday December 14, 2010

    The Star
    Peng Soon and Liu Ying urged to go for the major titles



    PETALING JAYA: Coach Jeremy Gan wants youngsters Chan Peng Soon-Goh Liu Ying to go for the big titles to seal a place in the Road to London programme next year.
    The duo have done considerably well to give the mixed doubles department of the national team a big lift this year.
    They won the Asian championship (ABC) title in India in April but went through rough patches in the world championships, Commonwealth Games and Asian Games before finding their footing again in the last two Super Series Open tournaments of the season.
    They stunned seventh seeds Lee Sheng-mu-Chien Yu-chin of Taiwan and second seeds Hendra Gunawan-Vita Marissa of Indonesia in the first round in Hong Kong and China respectively.
    Jeremy said that it was time to raise the bar for Peng Soon-Liu Ying.
    “They have raised their standard and are able to play at par with some of the top pairs in the world. In some cases, they were unlucky.
    “In some instances, their inexperience showed up,” he said.
    “But they are heading in the right direction.
    “We can still build on them to become a better pair.
    “They have the potential to qualify for the 2012 London Olympics.
    “There are two Majors for them next year – the All-England and the world championships.
    “These are the best platforms for them to show their potential and win places in the Road to London programme.”
    Jeremy hoped that the other mixed doubles wannabes would be inspired by the efforts of Peng Soon-Liu Ying.
    “It is normal for players to focus on either the men’s doubles or women’s doubles. The mixed doubles has never been the priority. I hope that the breakthroughs by Peng Soon-Liu Ying will help to change this mind set,” he said.
    The other mixed doubles pairs under Jeremy’s charge are Ong Jian Guo-Sabrina Chong and Tan Aik Huang-Lai Pei Jing.
    All three pairs will take part in the Perak Open, which will begin on Thursday in Ipoh.
    Straightaway go for the majors? How big pressure... Since they have won GP Gold, now SS title, one step at a time. Not jump to majors so quickly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by danielwong View Post
    Tuesday December 14, 2010

    The Star
    Peng Soon and Liu Ying urged to go for the major titles



    PETALING JAYA: Coach Jeremy Gan wants youngsters Chan Peng Soon-Goh Liu Ying to go for the big titles to seal a place in the Road to London programme next year.
    The duo have done considerably well to give the mixed doubles department of the national team a big lift this year.
    They won the Asian championship (ABC) title in India in April but went through rough patches in the world championships, Commonwealth Games and Asian Games before finding their footing again in the last two Super Series Open tournaments of the season.
    They stunned seventh seeds Lee Sheng-mu-Chien Yu-chin of Taiwan and second seeds Hendra Gunawan-Vita Marissa of Indonesia in the first round in Hong Kong and China respectively.
    Jeremy said that it was time to raise the bar for Peng Soon-Liu Ying.
    “They have raised their standard and are able to play at par with some of the top pairs in the world. In some cases, they were unlucky.
    “In some instances, their inexperience showed up,” he said.
    “But they are heading in the right direction.
    “We can still build on them to become a better pair.
    “They have the potential to qualify for the 2012 London Olympics.
    “There are two Majors for them next year – the All-England and the world championships.
    “These are the best platforms for them to show their potential and win places in the Road to London programme.”
    Jeremy hoped that the other mixed doubles wannabes would be inspired by the efforts of Peng Soon-Liu Ying.
    “It is normal for players to focus on either the men’s doubles or women’s doubles. The mixed doubles has never been the priority. I hope that the breakthroughs by Peng Soon-Liu Ying will help to change this mind set,” he said.
    The other mixed doubles pairs under Jeremy’s charge are Ong Jian Guo-Sabrina Chong and Tan Aik Huang-Lai Pei Jing.
    All three pairs will take part in the Perak Open, which will begin on Thursday in Ipoh.
    Did the news reporter get the name wrong??? or there is one of our back-up having the same name as Tan Aik Huang, our ex-AE MS champion making a comeback?? I guess he must be is his 60s now..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bugsy View Post
    Did the news reporter get the name wrong??? or there is one of our back-up having the same name as Tan Aik Huang, our ex-AE MS champion making a comeback?? I guess he must be is his 60s now..
    someone please clarify, eagle maybe as I seldom take note of juniors

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    it was tan aik quan
    http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sp...8C5&player=182
    everyone know about malaysia badminton reporter standard
    lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    it was tan aik quan
    http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sp...8C5&player=182
    everyone know about malaysia badminton reporter standard
    lol
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    Hahaha, last time the reporters are ok, this year drop. Maybe this Tan Aik Quan is the son of Tan Aik Huang. Btw, He's 20 from Kedah, for those who dont know. He is MS player actually

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    Fran/Pia and HHB/MJ in first rounds of the following tournaments. Can they cause an upset and break through to the second round??

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    Quote Originally Posted by undeadshot View Post
    Fran/Pia and HHB/MJ in first rounds of the following tournaments. Can they cause an upset and break through to the second round??
    Very hard i would say. But i'm waiting for surprise here as well!

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    Quote Originally Posted by undeadshot View Post
    Fran/Pia and HHB/MJ in first rounds of the following tournaments. Can they cause an upset and break through to the second round??
    Sorry, it's HHB/YY. They have never met HHB/YY and they lost to Fran/Pia in 3 tight and closely fought games the last time they met. Hope they can turn the games around this time, Fran/Pia is a rising Indonesian pair and gained respect for nearly upsetting HHB/MJ during the Asian Games

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    Don't worry. This XD pair will do well in MO2011... boleh?

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    Jeremy Gan is crazy.....

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