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    Quote Originally Posted by chris-ccc View Post
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    Strange, isn't it?

    Why is MAS not able to maintain its strength (in the Mens Singles) from the junior to the senior level?

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    ask rashid sidek
    hehehehe
    then he will start his blaming game

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    Thumbs up Hope that we can drag Rashid Sidek into this thread......

    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    ask rashid sidek
    hehehehe
    then he will start his blaming game
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    Hope that we can drag Rashid Sidek into this thread to explain the reasons why MAS players are not able to maintain their strength (in the Mens Singles) from the junior to the senior level.

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    Thumbs up Mohd Arif Abdul Latif finished as runner-up to Lee Chong Wei

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    At the just concluded 2011 Malaysian National Circuit, Mohd Arif Abdul Latif finished as runner-up to Lee Chong Wei.

    I wonder if Mohd Arif Abdul Latif would be promoted up; as the MAS No.2 Mens Singles player. ???
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    not so fast ... he still have a long way to go.. must: beat hafiz hashim, uncle wong choon han. and his peers.......consistently

    Quote Originally Posted by chris-ccc View Post
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    At the just concluded 2011 Malaysian National Circuit, Mohd Arif Abdul Latif finished as runner-up to Lee Chong Wei.

    I wonder if Mohd Arif Abdul Latif would be promoted up; as the MAS No.2 Mens Singles player. ???
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    Arrow Must beat hafiz hashim, uncle wong choon han, and his peers......

    Quote Originally Posted by pajrul View Post
    not so fast ... he still have a long way to go.. must: beat hafiz hashim, uncle wong choon han. and his peers.......consistently
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    Did you know that HH has done well, winning his first match at the INA league just yesterday? He defeated Hayom (INA).
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    Thumbs up Perhaps CWF would be promoted to No.2 soon

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    From the 2011 Malaysian National Circuit (Feb 18-21) Tournament thread, we found many comments that Chong Wei Feng [3] played well (such as this post);

    Quote Originally Posted by undeadshot View Post
    Lee Chong Wei held back at the beginning of both games, and gave CWF a lead until the interval (about 5 points lead) Then he stepped up the pace and went all out. CWF got stuck in the first game when LCW suddenly changed his pace and dropped many points before picking up towards the end but in the second he was able to respond well. I dare say that he has the best defense among all MAS shuttlers excluding LCW.

    Arif's match was pretty dull, as LCW played half pace throughout the whole match spare a few rallies.
    Perhaps CWF would be promoted to MAS No.2 Mens Singles player soon.

    The world will find 2 Chong Wei's from Malaysia.
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    Hope CWF won't just play well in local, but INTERNATIONALLY as well! that's the most important!

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    Quote Originally Posted by george@chongwei View Post
    Hope CWF won't just play well in local, but INTERNATIONALLY as well! that's the most important!
    He seems play well.

    Hopefully he can make it.

    Arif is good as 3rd MS, not 2nd....

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    Quote Originally Posted by undeadshot View Post
    Maybe the topic should be changed to who will be MAS No.2 in BAM. That way, shortlisting a few players :

    Blue = Tak Boleh
    Red = Has potential to be one of the better MAS players
    Just my opinion...

    Tan Chun Seang (25 this year)
    Chong Wei Feng (24 this year)
    Liew Daren (24 this year)
    Chan Kwong Beng (23 this year)
    Mohd Arif Abdul Latif (22 this year)
    Goh Soon Huat (21 this year)
    Tan Chun Seang (25 this year)
    Chong Wei Feng (24 this year)
    Liew Daren (24 this year)
    Chan Kwong Beng (23 this year)
    Mohd Arif Abdul Latif (22 this year)
    Goh Soon Huat (21 this year)

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    Quote Originally Posted by undeadshot View Post
    Tan Chun Seang (25 this year)
    Chong Wei Feng (24 this year)
    Liew Daren (24 this year)
    Chan Kwong Beng (23 this year)
    Mohd Arif Abdul Latif (22 this year)
    Goh Soon Huat (21 this year)
    CKB is next to go. Forget about CKB and above batch.

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    Arrow CKB is next to go

    Quote Originally Posted by undeadshot View Post
    CKB is next to go. Forget about CKB and above batch.
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    Go where?

    I'm not understanding about 'Forget about CKB and above batch'.
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    they should go independent
    dont waste the resource of bam

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    Quote Originally Posted by chris-ccc View Post
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    Go where?

    I'm not understanding about 'Forget about CKB and above batch'.
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    I meant the names I highlighted in blue, which means players who will never make the cut. Of CKB's batch, the only one who still stands a tiny chance is CWF, but best if they all just leave and BAM start exposing those 19-22. Goh Soon Huat is almost never seen...

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    Thumbs up I have always encouraged players to go independent......

    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    they should go independent
    dont waste the resource of bam
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    I have always encouraged players to go independent; as I have said in this thread;

    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...g-Professional

    But many players have not done so - because they have not found sponsors who could support them (as independent players).
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    Quote Originally Posted by undeadshot View Post
    Maybe the topic should be changed to who will be MAS No.2 in BAM. That way, shortlisting a few players :

    Blue = Tak Boleh
    Red = Has potential to be one of the better MAS players
    Just my opinion...

    Tan Chun Seang (25 this year)
    Chong Wei Feng (24 this year)
    Liew Daren (24 this year)
    Chan Kwong Beng (23 this year)

    Mohd Arif Abdul Latif (22 this year)
    Goh Soon Huat (21 this year)
    All also cannot become MAS no.2 player lah! Arif lost to Goh Soon Huat in training We will give Arif + Goh Soon Huat the NZ International Challenge to prove themselves. Boleh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    they should go independent
    dont waste the resource of bam
    Yes, agree with this. BAM & the players themselves should realize this. No hope already.

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    So far for 2011, I still think that HH will remain as No.2.

    But, let's wait for more results of tournaments to come.
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