2010 Malaysia Open GP Gold - 10/7/2010, Semi-Finals.

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  1. nokh88

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    Today they were very poor and very very nervous as everyone can see. They are still "raw" and their opponents knew and took advantage. Give them a few more tournaments (Macau and Taipei) will help their cause.
    Yesterday, they played to their potential coupled with KKK/TBH's poor form, resulting in this "not so shocking" victory.

    Sorry, spelt your name wrongly. The match was too short for you to make your mark.:D
     
  2. george@chongwei

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    As always, peaking at the wrong time la:(
     
  3. limsy

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    this is why they need tournament outside malaysia to learn how to face different opponent and player+situation
    they would have be better if they played in india gp gold
     
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    george@chongwei Regular Member

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    Yes, lots of hoo haa here and there if one of our player win against seeded or favorite players.. LOL.. sometimes even before they win the tournament some more.. Sometimes, some people really needs to be humble..;)
     
  5. eaglehelang

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    Btw, NHL/NHE in finals is not hu ha, is quite normal, if you've watched them play recently, haha.

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    Not as a pair, but with another senior, say Hoon(since Hoon/Ong were the other TC pair), better.
    Or CPS/LKW, Goh WS/Teo KS, choose 2 players....I prefer CPS(cool, experienced but lack power), Goh WS(doesnt look nervous, got power when smash). Any of the stratch combinations would have been better than Fuzzy me thinks.
     
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    Hehehe, I was really down when Mak/Tan lost, but come back here got back happy mood. Thanks guys! :)
     
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    Ah, there's no need to apologize, you were too polite! Anyway, indeed it was a short one and I was also busy trying to connect to live stream but failed :(, resulting in less time to post in BC.

    No problem. Glad you are already back to being cheerful. There's still plenty of time for Mak and Tan to make their name. Until then, stay happy and don't let those negative people affect you!! Keep believing!
     
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    lolx... one uncle beating another uncle... dats called "peaking"??? lolx...
     
  9. robin7

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    Beating countrymen but bowing out before outsiders. I really hope that this is not the trend to Malaysia juniors! Disappointing!
     
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    Not just to be humble,....but to be more realistic on the our players current abilities.

    Just like where is OSH/HTH now........after that famous victory over LYD/JJS in MO 10......
     
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    Wow, our robin7 got so emotional already !! cheer up, Bro....!!
     
  12. limsy

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    fully agreed!
    and yet they thought ong/hoon is so great because hong/ong score 21-4 in 2nd set
    lol
     
  13. undeadshot

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    AGAIN, if you guys notice, it is not very surprising that Mak/Tan beat KKK/TBH. I can't stress this enough, a few of us have already started watching them earlier, and think a breakthrough would happen somewhere around here. Sadly, they were too nervous and kaput in front of Alvent/Hendra. This is not hoo-ha or what.

    Hoon/Ong is hoo-ha, because we never expected them to win, and after their famous win, got a few people started saying they are good, etc. when they are already 24/25. Mak/Tan still young, still got time to improve. Let TKH do his homework.
     
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    One more thing I want to add :
    Alvent/Hendra is quite a good pair. Especially Alvent was impressive at the net yesterday.
    AT LEAST, they are better than Kenichi/Kenta and Chen Hung Ling/Lin Yu Lang.
    Not sure if they can beat Bona/Ahsan, though.
     
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    they have beat them before
    lets not talking on paper
    move to macau open for this pair
     
  16. undeadshot

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    Hmm, yeah. At least they still have the Macau Open and Chinese Taipei Open to improve themselves. I am quite satisfied with their progress but they still must work on their mental strength. Or maybe they are the type who plays better overseas than on home ground.
     
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    i do not think that is a good excuse...:D:D
     
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    Indeed.......not a good one.
     
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    why wrong time?:confused: WC is in August:eek: - at least not too late, may be too early:D
     
  20. undeadshot

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    Maybe, but not an excuse. If I didn't use maybe, then it would be an excuse by saying : They play better overseas than on home ground opposed to MAYBE they play better overseas than on home ground, the latter is something more like a suggestion.
     

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