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    Get him a good partner who can whack like TBH... I don't mind to partner ah how

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    article about Ah How exploit in Sudirman Cup...sorry is in Chinese...

    http://sports.sinchew-i.com/node/17892?tid=3

    talked about how Ah How being LYD boogeyman and his sad story after TBH move to partnering KKK

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    蘇杯‧以其人之道還治其人之身‧雲天豪打太極虎有一手

    2011蘇迪曼杯 羽球 2011-05-27 16:12

    2004年世青賽,陳文宏與雲天豪在男雙決賽擊敗了韓國新一代雙打奇才李龍大與其搭檔鄭鍾榮,拿下冠軍 。

    搔七年之癢

    2010年大馬公開賽,雲天豪與王順福在首圈爆冷淘汰鄭在成與李龍大,當時“成龍組合”甚至因怎麼打也打不 死雲王組合,罕見的在輸球後發火。

    2011年蘇杯複賽,雲天豪與陳文宏重新配對,闊別7年後聯手再次擊敗了李龍大與其拍檔鄭在成,這個“七年 之癢”,雖等了漫長些,但還是震驚了韓國隊。

    儘管大馬最終無法創造奇蹟淘汰韓國,但兩人的表現仍獲得了雙方教練、媒體、球迷等高度贊賞。25歲的雲天豪 再次證明了他是李龍大甚至“韓流”的剋星。
    懷才不遇未自暴自棄

    雲天豪與陳文宏登上世青冠軍寶座時,前途本應一片光明,但隨著教練把陳文宏與古健傑配為國家第一男雙後,雲 天豪與陳文宏的命運迥異,陳文宏從此平步青雲,反觀雲天豪在國家隊裡浮沉多年,搭檔換了一個又一個,有點懷 才不遇的悲情。

    可是,別看他身材越來越胖,以為他自暴自棄,他的功力一點都沒有“鈍”,每天堅持在訓練館訓練,等的就是那 麼一場關鍵的比賽,使出他的絕技。

    這次在蘇杯複賽遇到韓國,雷西賦予雲天豪重大的任務與信任,結果後者不負眾望,網前、發球與接發都處理得非 常冷靜又刁鑽。
    雷西:最好的防守球員

    雲天豪被雷西稱為大馬隊裡“最好的防守球員”並非浪得虛名,成龍組合此役的連環扣殺,一旦到了他手裡,都化 為反擊!更重要的是,雲天豪的心理素質特別強,在這場比賽他打的出奇冷靜和沉著。

    賽後,雲天豪為自己在這場比賽的表現打了90分的高分,對於這次比賽能再次擊敗鄭在成與李龍大,雲天豪說是 以其人之道還治其人之身:“他們擅於防守反擊,先拉開對手,再來進攻,我們就用他們的打法打回 他們。”

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    ahem...jimbo will translate to English, please....

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    Quote Originally Posted by danielwong View Post
    ahem...jimbo will translate to English, please....
    Translation: Ah How BOLEH

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    I think Rexy knows what he is doing, HTH may be good against korea or some pairs but against

    thinking and crafty pairs like Europeans, playing like an Ox with one speed in one dimension may not work.

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    Ah How seems to shine during Team Events. Last year TC, he partnered Zakry against Lars/Jonas. Although they lost, Ah How didnt get nervous or have emotional meltdown like Fairuz. Same during SC, he repaid the faith the coaches have in him. I think Rexy likes Ah How, quiet, unassuming guy.

    So, Ah how for SEA Games & next year TC. If not partnering TBH, getting him to partner a junior like GWS will be good. Zakry is 28, retiring soon.

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    Daniel, Ah How & Ah Boon won the local tourney this year, GP Finals or something. That's why he was chosen to go SC

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    Quote Originally Posted by danielwong View Post
    haha....I think is fair for Ah How to have his own thread, something to remember for this silent fighter...not overrated but definitely underrated,

    Facts:
    Name: Hoon Thien How (云天豪&#6528
    Born: 24 December, 1986 Kuala Lumpur
    Best Achievement: World Junior Champion 2004 (with Tan Boon Heong)
    INA Open 2008 SF (with OSH)
    AE 2011 QF (with Zakry
    After some searching, found out he is LYD assasin, some notable one:
    2004 WJC HTH/TBH beat LYD/JJY 2-1
    2009 Asia Championship HTH/Lin Woon Fui beat LYD/Shin Bael Cheok 2-0
    2009 Taiwan Open HTH/Amelia Alicia beat LYD/LHJ 2-0
    2010 MAS Open HTH/OSH beat LYD/JJS 2-1

    2011 Sudirman Cup HTH/TBH beat LYD/JJS 2-1
    H2H with LYD in MD 4-1
    H2H with LYD in XD 1-1

    no big achievement at the moment but hopefully when he retire, he will have something to be proud of....
    Excellent research! Daniel, if BAM have you to back them up, they will be able to make more player winning decisions.
    How about google translating Jimbo s Chinese article? I know google translations are funny but Jimbo just made a crisp prata Boleh. It requires the curry gravy in google translation to bring out the texture!

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    Quote Originally Posted by eaglehelang View Post
    Ah How seems to shine during Team Events. Last year TC, he partnered Zakry against Lars/Jonas. Although they lost, Ah How didnt get nervous or have emotional meltdown like Fairuz. Same during SC, he repaid the faith the coaches have in him. I think Rexy likes Ah How, quiet, unassuming guy.

    So, Ah how for SEA Games & next year TC. If not partnering TBH, getting him to partner a junior like GWS will be good. Zakry is 28, retiring soon.
    Yeah, Jonas was very impressed with HTH and mentioned why BAM didn t send him to compete more. Jonas didn t know BAM don t know HTH s a gem. Blame it on Rexy for breaking up WJCs including Mak and his former partner. I don t think Rexy understands this factor called partner chemistry.

    HTH s exceptional quality is his incredible calmness that remains unflustered under pressure. No player outside MAS even comes
    close in that trait. It s easy to understand why he has this gift of placement winners. One has to be so cool to spot gaps in the midst of busy traffic.
    He s great to watch because there s no way to guess what s gonna happen next. The surprises he springs put his opponents under tremendous mental pressure. Tough esp on LYD who s used to reading his opponents game.
    Daniel s research also prove HTH s particularly useful for Team tournaments since he s so versatile. Can win with so many different partners!

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    HTH is exceptional in hand eye coordination. he is stout and squat by nature

    and can be a professional 10 pin bowler if he wanted too.

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    Kak Pj, Rexy had to split up Ah How with Ah Boon. KKK and TBH could actually win titles. Ah How, then & now, no(sorry Daniel, I like Ah How too).
    As for Mak/Teo, as explained by an insider in Mak/TWK thread, it was due to their 'slowness' on court. Anyway, Mak may be re-united with Teo, seems Mak/TWK have split, see Thailand Open list.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eaglehelang View Post
    Kak Pj, Rexy had to split up Ah How with Ah Boon. KKK and TBH could actually win titles. Ah How, then & now, no(sorry Daniel, I like Ah How too).
    As for Mak/Teo, as explained by an insider in Mak/TWK thread, it was due to their 'slowness' on court. Anyway, Mak may be re-united with Teo, seems Mak/TWK have split, see Thailand Open list.
    Understand. Rexy has to prove his worth as a coach quickly. And he did! But now KooTan are just runner-ups ( ok local champion )

    But to expect WJCs to win right away on the senior circuit? Or to win all the time? Not even LCW or LD win all the time ( in the beginning anyway ) no wonder MAS MDs are a mess with such coach attitude.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jasonmarc View Post
    His name is Markis Kido not Markus Kido..........please ! lol
    You're a retired schoolteacher aren't you? Want about the grammatical errors with punctuation and capitalization?

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    HTH need a power player to partner him. TBH is one of them. Anyone else who can hantam well?

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    Quote Originally Posted by extremenanopowe View Post
    HTH need a power player to partner him. TBH is one of them. Anyone else who can hantam well?
    They said Goh Wei Shem is another power hantam man in Mas team !

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    Lol like Cai Yun and Fu trying to hantam Lee & Jung in the Sudirman,

    play at one speed ,hantam till they turn blue in the face.

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