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    They upset Koo Kien Keat-Tan Boon Heong at the Kuala Lumpur Open 2011. Will this pair replace their seniors and reach greater heights in the future?

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    I woke up in the middle of the night for no reason, about 3AM. Flipped on the TV to see whether there is any badminton match still going on as I learnt about the delayed telecast from george. Saw them down 15-16 in the third game against KKK/TBH. They were energetic and powerful in their attacks while KKK/TBH seemed to be struggling with their defence and kept lifting the shuttle. As they kept lifting, this energetic pair just kept smashing home. Nothing special shown by Chooi/Ow, but I like their spirit.

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    Wah, so fast open new thread for Ow/Chooi. Assuming they will be permanent pair, I reckon they will take 2 more years. They need to breakthru with a small international title like International CHallenge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by undeadshot View Post
    I woke up in the middle of the night for no reason, about 3AM. Flipped on the TV to see whether there is any badminton match still going on as I learnt about the delayed telecast from george. Saw them down 15-16 in the third game against KKK/TBH. They were energetic and powerful in their attacks while KKK/TBH seemed to be struggling with their defence and kept lifting the shuttle. As they kept lifting, this energetic pair just kept smashing home. Nothing special shown by Chooi/Ow, but I like their spirit.
    Ya. KKK/TBH lost is nothing special.

    Congrats to the pair who slap their face. Forget abt OG2012 and WC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dato A View Post
    Ya. KKK/TBH lost is nothing special.

    Congrats to the pair who slap their face. Forget abt OG2012 and WC.
    10 satay at least kkk/tbh qualifies for those 2 ...

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    Where can I watch the video of the great match?

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    That's why I said they were nothing special. They lost to CPS/OJG in straight games.

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    Astro 801 is showing a repeat of the earlier match between Lydia and TYJ which Lydia won. Ow/Chooi's match is the last and I can't stay awake until then. Anyone knows the result?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nokh88 View Post
    Astro 801 is showing a repeat of the earlier match between Lydia and TYJ which Lydia won. Ow/Chooi's match is the last and I can't stay awake until then. Anyone knows the result?
    Oops, just check TS. They lost 18 & 18. Good night.

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    Now, after watching that match, i think the Professor who commented negatively on KKK is justified...from what i observed, it seems KKK is the reason why they lost...his unforced error is too many liao...too fired up is a bad thing...Tan on the other hand played well.

    My two cents, Yao Han and Boon Heong would make a very lethal and unbeatable partnership...both of them has a kind of calmness and steadiness while playing under intense pressure...well i dont see this in KKK or Chooi's gameplay...in fact, those two contributed lots of "bonus" points to their opponents and thus their elimination.

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    Quote Originally Posted by God Bless M'sia View Post
    Now, after watching that match, i think the Professor who commented negatively on KKK is justified...from what i observed, it seems KKK is the reason why they lost...his unforced error is too many liao...too fired up is a bad thing...Tan on the other hand played well.

    My two cents, Yao Han and Boon Heong would make a very lethal and unbeatable partnership...both of them has a kind of calmness and steadiness while playing under intense pressure...well i dont see this in KKK or Chooi's gameplay...in fact, those two contributed lots of "bonus" points to their opponents and thus their elimination.
    Koo Kien Keat has better mental toughness than Tan Boon Heong. Watch the finals of the All-England, the WC, etc. It's because he is the playmaker that's why he has many mistakes. When it's not his day, it can be disastrous.

    I agree with you, however that Chooi Kah Ming is pretty weak and Ow Yao Han is exceptional.
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    Quote Originally Posted by undeadshot View Post
    That's why I said they were nothing special. They lost to CPS/OJG in straight games.
    Come on. Give them credit lah...dont be so stingy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by undeadshot View Post
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    I agree with you, however that Chooi Kah Ming is pretty weak and Ow Yao Han is exceptional.
    That's one of the reason why I surprise a thread on Ow/Chooi is started so fast, cos I think they will change partner. Chooi physical strength not improved since his junior days? Every time I watch Chooi, I keep thinking he needs to take more muscle building vitamins, lol.

    Ow with TBH, at international stage, I think Ow will get nervous(he does), still rookie. Interesting to watch though. After OG 2012, good to try out.

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    Permanent or not, important is they beat the former World Number 1!!!
    something to the proud of at the moment...hope more juniors to come out .....

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    True, this newly formed pair just set the benchmark,

    'The target to beat'

    Poor ah koo and ah tan being the victim

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    Quote Originally Posted by pBmMalaysia View Post
    True, this newly formed pair just set the benchmark,

    'The target to beat'

    Poor ah koo and ah tan being the victim
    wah...so BOLEH? After beating KKK/TBH, they should have the ability n confidence to beat the likes of JJS/LYD, MK/HS, CY/FHF, etc? BOLEH?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimbo View Post
    wah...so BOLEH? After beating KKK/TBH, they should have the ability n confidence to beat the likes of JJS/LYD, MK/HS, CY/FHF, etc? BOLEH?
    They stand no chance.

    Beating KKK/TBH is something rather easy IF compare to the other top guns. So many pairs/scratch pairs/low-ranked pairs/74th WR pair/no WR pair did that before.

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