2009 Asia Junior Championships (AJC), July 12-19

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  1. limsy

    limsy Regular Member

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    sure i will identity them for u all:)
    but most is mas player lar:p
    haha:)
    agree

    or should i say,mas player photo is more
     
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  2. Krisna

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    Oh, we basically sent our 1st team... :eek: With the exception of Didit-Seiko, who were the 2008 U-19 National Champs...
     
  3. limsy

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    hmm,
    for ws
    the title will belongs to chinese taipei,is her title to lose.
    if chen xiao jia win here,i speechless:cool:
     
  4. jasonmarc

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    Really this Tai so good...? :cool:

    How if Tai plays Ratchanok...........? who u pick to win....? ;);)
     
  5. KlasseE

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    okok wat lah:cool:, no argue lah;), send photo lah:), any rtm live oso cannot wait lah:D
     
  6. limsy

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    if 100%,ratchanok


    relax relax:)
     
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    This means Chen Xiaojia.....really dont impressed u at all, even though she got herself into the GS final.............wonder why.......? :confused::confused: Maybe she is not cute enough.....or what...? :D:D:D
     
  8. limsy

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    why?if ur opponent did more than 15 unforce error in 1st set(yesterday semis),and u still need deuce to win the set,how good are u?:rolleyes:

    whatever lar,i dont want to comment on chen xiao jia already,later people say me anti her:rolleyes:
     
  9. Loh

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    Don't say too soon. You may have to tape your own mouth! :D

    Back to Chen, if she makes less mistakes that means she has mastered her strokes better than others. If her opponents make more mistakes that could mean her opponents have not practised enough to come close to 100% accuracy or they just don't have better match temperament than Chen. ;)

    So making less mistakes should be an important goal of every player as each mistake costs one point. :p
     
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  11. limsy

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    cheh,whatever lah,
    if u read the 1st line,u should know why it is wrong,this is a hope,not a analysis
     
  12. jasonmarc

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    Exactly, Loh...........making less mistakes on court compared to their opponents have shown the stability of one player on court. In NSS u make 1 mistake less compared to ur opponent means 1 point gain for u and 1 point lost by ur opponent........so its very important to be stable on court, u dont have to be fansy with ur shots, u just have to be stable, cool and calm thru the whole match......than ur can be a winner..........:D:D
     
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    Lu Kai/Bao Yixin won XD title, 21-15 21-19 over Liu Peixuan/Xia Huan.

    any update on GS final?
     
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    Seems like every body has gone to the stadium..........Only hope Abedeng to update the results from the stadium......
     
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    Chen Xiaojia won the GS title over Tai Tsu Ying 21-13 21-13

    still good result for young Tai, hopefully she will progress well in the future.
     
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    Chen Xiao Jia wins in two straight sets in identical scores: 21:13.:eek:

    Now could anyone explain the possible reasons why CXJ could lose to TJY earlier and as a result gifted the team title event to Malaysia?:confused:
     
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    I can't wait..

    ..to see how speechless our limsy will be, once he's back posting in BC..;)
     
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    This result makes limsy....speechless........:D:D...
     
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    I think CXJ could be in the same league of LL, JYJ when they were juniors. They are probably not as talented like WL, WYH. But China coaching difference is still enough to push them into the top of the competition.
     
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    There would be no response from him cause he is speechless.:D
     

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