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    Australia Open 2011

    Muhammad Hafiz Hashim [10] beat Kazuteru Kozai (JAP): 21-19 21-13

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimbo View Post
    Australia Open 2011

    Muhammad Hafiz Hashim [10] beat Kazuteru Kozai (JAP): 21-19 21-13
    good start....go Hafiz go...

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    hopefully he can go far in this tournament

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    2011 Australian Open GPG Round of 32

    Muhammad Hafiz Hashim [10] def. Andre Kurniawan Tedjono 21-15, 17-21, 21-9

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gicutzu View Post
    2011 Australian Open GPG Round of 32

    Muhammad Hafiz Hashim [10] def. Andre Kurniawan Tedjono 21-15, 17-21, 21-9
    He is fighting his chances to qualify for the World Championships in London... Uncle Wong is also in the same boat... but we can only have two players to participate (LCW has already earned his qualification... if he doesn't, who can qualify? haha)

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimbo View Post
    He is fighting his chances to qualify for the World Championships in London... Uncle Wong is also in the same boat... but we can only have two players to participate (LCW has already earned his qualification... if he doesn't, who can qualify? haha)
    I thought for top 24 will get 3 places in WC

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    Quote Originally Posted by lindaweni View Post
    I thought for top 24 will get 3 places in WC
    Is it? I'm not too sure... if that is the case, I think both Habiz and Uncle Wong will qualify... BOLEH

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    He is sure the Habizzzzzz... man....

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    Hafiz Hashim lost to Sho Sasaki in the Round of 16 at the 2011 Australia Open GPG, 21-17, 21-11
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gicutzu View Post
    Hafiz Hashim lost to Sho Sasaki in the Round of 16 at the 2011 Australia Open GPG, 21-17, 21-11
    Sigh... so did he qualify for the WC2012? I thought Sho Sasaki has retired from singles and now only playing in doubles, no?

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    Sho sasaki won Dutch Gp in October 2010

    So fast retire in singles ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pBmMalaysia View Post
    Sho sasaki won Dutch Gp in October 2010

    So fast retire in singles ?
    I think that I recall wrongly... sorry... but I thought he plays in doubles now, no? Anyway, Habiz is really habis now... BOLEH

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    http://thestar.com.my/sports/story.asp?file=/2011/4/8/sports/8439727&sec=sports

    Hafiz kisses his hopes of qualifying for world meet goodbye

    PETALING JAYA: Mohd Hafiz Hashim’s slim hopes of qualifying for the World Championships in August went up in smoke after he crashed out in the third round of the Australian Open in Melbourne yesterday.

    The KLRC shuttler, who is ranked 33rd in the world, needed to win the Australian Open title to at least stand a chance of breaking into the top 24.

    However, all Hafiz could do was go down 17-21, 11-21 to Japan’s Sho Sasaki, a player the Malaysian used to defeat with relative ease.

    A country can have two shuttlers in the competition if they are ranked among the top 64 and a maximum of three if all are in the top 24.

    Hafiz is currently the third ranked Malaysian behind Lee Chong Wei and Wong Choong Hann.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimbo View Post
    http://thestar.com.my/sports/story.asp?file=/2011/4/8/sports/8439727&sec=sports

    Hafiz kisses his hopes of qualifying for world meet goodbye

    PETALING JAYA: Mohd Hafiz Hashim’s slim hopes of qualifying for the World Championships in August went up in smoke after he crashed out in the third round of the Australian Open in Melbourne yesterday.

    The KLRC shuttler, who is ranked 33rd in the world, needed to win the Australian Open title to at least stand a chance of breaking into the top 24.

    However, all Hafiz could do was go down 17-21, 11-21 to Japan’s Sho Sasaki, a player the Malaysian used to defeat with relative ease.

    A country can have two shuttlers in the competition if they are ranked among the top 64 and a maximum of three if all are in the top 24.

    Hafiz is currently the third ranked Malaysian behind Lee Chong Wei and Wong Choong Hann.

    There is another way

    get bro wch a good deal full time coaching in klrc

    so good he will give up baddy including wc 2011

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    Quote Originally Posted by pBmMalaysia View Post
    There is another way

    get bro wch a good deal full time coaching in klrc

    so good he will give up baddy including wc 2011
    We have to take our hats off to Uncle WCH.
    As for MHH, he should appraise his situation whether at his age, he could continue to be on tour as a pro. It is quite embarrassing to keep crashing out in the early rounds of grand prix events where the big stars are not even playing and losing to non-starters he could easily beat in the past. Maybe, MHH could consider a coaching job with KLRC and that's not a small matter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skchen View Post
    We have to take our hats off to Uncle WCH.
    As for MHH, he should appraise his situation whether at his age, he could continue to be on tour as a pro. It is quite embarrassing to keep crashing out in the early rounds of grand prix events where the big stars are not even playing and losing to non-starters he could easily beat in the past. Maybe, MHH could consider a coaching job with KLRC and that's not a small matter.
    What? Habiz to be a coach? Pls tell me which academy and I'll tell my friends to avoid sending their children there... BOLEH

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    Quote Originally Posted by skchen View Post
    We have to take our hats off to Uncle WCH.
    As for MHH, he should appraise his situation whether at his age, he could continue to be on tour as a pro. It is quite embarrassing to keep crashing out in the early rounds of grand prix events where the big stars are not even playing and losing to non-starters he could easily beat in the past. Maybe, MHH could consider a coaching job with KLRC and that's not a small matter.

    Sho Sasaki is not a nobody, He is ranked higher than Hafiz at 26 and he is not young, he is 29. As stated by PBM he also won the 2010 dutch GP. Hafiz is expected to lose against Sho Sasaki. To me, Hafiz is just another badminton player with so-so performance that currently ranked 33 in the world (which is not bad actually).

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