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

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  1. limsy

    limsy Regular Member

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    okok,we chat in msn
    is ok,never try to advise when people dont want to listen
    learned my lesson;)
     
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    how tall are them?
     
  3. limsy

    limsy Regular Member

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    and i did say SORRY
    what more u want?
     
  4. badMania

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    All I can say that INA does not have to worry about prospect pairs in MD :)
    I was hoping that Ulin/Berry could win AJC, but it turns out that Angga/Rendy did it...in style too (never losing a single set). Notice that only the BD pairs were the ones who always deliver in the team-events too....

    Given the lack of titles by the senior squad and the QF exit by the juniors early this week, one title in BD today is very very much welcomed by INA fans!
     
  5. SHLAU

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    They would not argue on the same issue again and again if any of them has read the book "Men are from Mars and Women are from Venus".:D

    I assume Limsy is a man and Suetyan is a woman. Hopefully I am not wrong.

    Suetyan, men got this thing called "ego".:p which you must take good care.
     
  6. suetyan

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    it is not a matter of sorry, I don't care what sorry. Because it is none of my business. I am just curious why you keep on criticizing her :(
     
  7. eaglehelang

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    Was not refering to you in particular, or just this particular issue... you know very well how these type of debates will normally go, can get very heated one.
     
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    I am not a woman, but I am a girl :p:D
     
  9. badMania

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    Not surprising at all as most of the doubles pairs were split up again after the AJC or WJC :cool: Markis Kido/Liliyana Natsir was the 2002 AJC Champions....yet...Markis Kido ended up not playing in the Mixed anymore after the junior days.

    I believe the other GD pair who won the 2007 AJC, Richie Puspita Dili/Debby Susanto were scratch pairs too....as Richi is now concentrating in the Mixed, while Debby is currently paired with Pia Bernadet Zebadiah (after a brief stint with Komala Dewi last year).
     
  10. limsy

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    okok
    i change my statement
    applause to chen xiao jia,the asian junior champion 2009 from china
    won all her match with her greatness and hard work
    fight for every point and every rally
    she deserve the victory
    what a proud result she get despite so many strong opponent in the draw and she still can win the title in a beautiful style
    happy?
     
  11. eaglehelang

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    Ceh, the next time you will be very excited to comment2 again. :p
     
  12. limsy

    limsy Regular Member

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    i wont do stupid thing that people never appreciate AGAIN
    just like the upset list;)
    what for do so many?better share with those that will appreciate one;)
    like u:)
     
  13. volcom

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    Amazing observation!?
    Malaysian thing I presume? So defensive of you're own players while dishing out funny prejudism against China?
    Just like at times when someone loses to LD because of unforced errors, it's not LD's presence of superiorness and pressure causing them to make the erros is it?

    Always in hindsight it's so good to say damn cos they won on unforced errors. Then why the hell the noobs make them in the first place? Fixing it as gifts to the mighty china?!
     
  14. volcom

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    She won, fair and square. What else is needed?
    We don't need a forum that needs to constantly give out frequent Sorbent and Klennex tissues.
    The opponents need to buck up or fall down in shame.
     
  15. limsy

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    here u go

    feel better?:D
     
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    Well, I am sure our dear limsy is not the only one "guilty" of the highlighted "crime". I believe some of the more illustrious BC members are even more critical of certain players, despite the fact that those players have won some important titles, including the World Championships and Olympics ;)

    IMHO, criticizing an AJC or WJC champion is considered nothing at all as he/she is still a junior player with many faults. Therefore, it's possible that he/she won because of luck or because the opponents made too much unforced errors as limsy mentioned :cool:
     
  17. volcom

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    No, I don't give a crap who actually wins to be honest. It's just junior championships.
    Also it's ridiculous to be able to win a tournament just by saying the sheer luck of the players.
    No one viewed Taufik's win in OG04 as luck right? The skill levels of his opponents barring PG basically gifted the trophy to him and that's through no fault of his.
     
  18. limsy

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    agreed agreed
    she is sooooooooooo good lar,amazing player
    beautiful skill,great stamina,powerfull smash,never say die fighting spirit
    what else i can add?
    erm
    erm
    oh,a talented player that will win many wc,uc,sc,og and ae in future
    hope to see her more in tv
    will support her whenever she on court
    iah!!!
    i love chen xiao jia
     
  19. eaglehelang

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    Oh yeah, when I saw Kido/Lilyana's name, I was like "what? Kido can play XD?!" Haha. I mean for Msia also, the pair split up after their junior days, but many still struggling.
    They have to pair with those same age, if not, the next yr, one of them is overage, have to split again.
     
  20. volcom

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    Good,
    referenced for future viewing.
     

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