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    Hyun Il LEE (KOR) beat Daren LIEW (MAS): 21-14 21-12

    This is quite disappointing... I expect a good fight from DL after a good run at India SS...

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    Wednesday June 1, 2011

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    Under-fire Daren eyes breakthrough in Thailand Open GP Gold





    KUALA LUMPUR: After constantly coming under fire for the lack of results on the big stage, national elite shuttler Liew Daren (pic) is hoping that a breakthrough will finally arrive in the Thailand Open GP Gold next week.
    And after playing in five tournaments this year, his best results were third round appearances in the Asia Championships (ABC) in April and in the Malaysia Open GP Gold last month.

    A slight consolation for 24-year-old Daren, who went on the international stage five years ago, was improvement on his world rankings to a career high at No. 64.
    “Although it is a sign of improvement, I’m still not satisfied because I know I can do better,” he said.
    “My target is to reach at least the quarter-finals in the Thailand Open. It is not entirely an easy draw and I really want to make the best of the opportunity.
    “Although there are many strong players in the field, I believe anyone is beatable and I just need to step up my game. I have been putting much effort into training even though I am still carrying an ankle injury and I hope it will pay off.”
    And there is even more for Daren to play for with a SEA Games spot at stake after Lee Chong Wei opted out of the team.
    With a host of other back-up shuttlers vying for places in the team for the regional Games in Indonesia in November, Daren is hoping that a good run of results, starting with the Thailand Open, will help him stake a strong claim for a spot.
    “I would love to play in the SEA Games and I need to take the chance presented to me in this tournament,” he said.
    The unseeded Daren will face Japanese youngster Riichi Takeshita in the first round. If he advances, he will have a match against either compatriot Mohd Arif Abdul Latif or eighth seed Rajiv Ouseph of England.
    The other Malaysians in the fray are Goh Soon Huat, Chong Wei Feng, Chan Kwong Beng and former national players Mohd Hafiz Hashim, Wong Choong Hann, Lok Chong Chieh and Beryno Wong.
    The field for the men’s singles is relatively strong with China’s Chen Jin and Wang Zhengming, Thailand’s Boonsak Ponsana, South Korea’s Park Sung-hwan and Shon Wan-ho in the mix.

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    First round meet Riichi Takeshita from Japan.

    http://bwfcontent.tournamentsoftware...9B8C&player=66

    Match overview
    Time Draw Score Duration Court
    Thu 3/31/2011 5:15 PM Mens Singles
    Rodrigo Pacheco Carrillo [9/16]
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    Riichi Takeshita
    12-21 11-21 0:28 NSEC - 1
    Fri 4/1/2011 2:30 PM Mens Singles
    Riichi Takeshita
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    Tjitte Weistra
    Walkover
    Fri 4/1/2011 5:45 PM Mens Singles
    Yun Hu [1]
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    Riichi Takeshita
    8-21 20-22 0:39 NSEC - 3
    Sat 4/2/2011 11:00 AM Mens Singles
    Riichi Takeshita
    -
    Jen Hao Hsu [9/16]
    21-12 21-12 0:32 NSEC - 1
    Sat 4/2/2011 8:15 PM Mens Singles
    Riichi Takeshita
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    Muhammad Hafiz Hashim [3/4]
    21-13 21-15 0:35 NSEC - 2
    Sun 4/3/2011 Mens Singles
    Riichi Takeshita
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    Wing Ki Wong [3/4]
    21-19 21-19 0:45 NSEC - 2

    Although I have confidence on Daren to win, I think if there is a loss for Daren, I wouldn't be too surprised.

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    This is the time he should prove himself if he wants to be like LCW..

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    Quote Originally Posted by george@chongwei View Post
    This is the time he should prove himself if he wants to be like LCW..
    You saw a TV interview with him before I thought you said he fully recovered... now he say he injured again... injury prone

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    Disappointing 18-21; 13-21 loss to Riichi Takeshita... Riichi is pretty good as shown in the NZ Open but I expected Liew Daren to beat him.

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    Injury prone guy lost again.....this time in 1st round thai GP GOLD.

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    why nowadays MAS players get a lot of injuries, unlike other countries' player... I bet MAS set the world record of having most of the players get injuries...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ngkt67 View Post
    why nowadays MAS players get a lot of injuries, unlike other countries' player... I bet MAS set the world record of having most of the players get injuries...
    they got injuries during training or external 'activities' outside?

    Liew darren, Chooi Kah Ming, TEO kok siang, chan peng soon, and still have??
    u name it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by george@chongwei View Post
    they got injuries during training or external 'activities' outside?

    Liew darren, Chooi Kah Ming, TEO kok siang, chan peng soon, and still have??
    u name it.
    The ones whom we know are one-off serious injuries are teo kok siang and chooi kah ming...
    Liew Daren's injury seem to be recurring, never really recover. Goh Liu Ying also, similar to WMC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ngkt67 View Post
    why nowadays MAS players get a lot of injuries, unlike other countries' player... I bet MAS set the world record of having most of the players get injuries...
    we dont have hard statistics for this, just our assumption...

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    Quote Originally Posted by undeadshot View Post
    The ones whom we know are one-off serious injuries are teo kok siang and chooi kah ming...
    Liew Daren's injury seem to be recurring, never really recover. Goh Liu Ying also, similar to WMC.
    Never really recover or just an excuse after lost............???

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    coach/therapist who cant differentiate injury or injury-free should get fired immediately

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    Target: QF, ended up losing in R64.

    I think MAS players better stop giving interviews to the press and even set targets (like QF) for themselves, only to end up being trounced in the early rounds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by danielwong View Post
    we dont have hard statistics for this, just our assumption...
    Hahaha, similar case for INA players as well . Let's adjust a bit, how come KOR and CHN players are rarely got long injured (not kind of injury when CJ met LD )

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    Quote Originally Posted by badMania View Post
    Target: QF, ended up losing in R64.

    I think MAS players better stop giving interviews to the press and even set targets (like QF) for themselves, only to end up being trounced in the early rounds.
    Yes, 99% of the time they never achieve their target... our MD another one, target SF but fell short too..

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    Quote Originally Posted by george@chongwei View Post
    they got injuries during training or external 'activities' outside?

    Liew darren, Chooi Kah Ming, TEO kok siang, chan peng soon, and still have??
    u name it.
    If our MD, esp those training under TKH, I'm starting to think it came from training. TKS knee injury started from training, Chooi injured knee during training, Mak HC injured shoulder during training.

    THe gals, yes, GLY looks like will have nagging knee injury for the rest of her career, plus the cracked bone she sustained before Uber 2008

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