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Discussion in '2010 Tournaments' started by chris-ccc, Dec 5, 2010.
Where is Teo YY and Nelson Heg............they didnt play ??
All the questions, lol. Why did Hoon/TBH give walkover ? couldnt be TBH injured since he played in XD
They started in Division 2, so, must continue this season in Division 2. Originally I think it was Ow/Yew, then Yew got injured shortly a couple months back....
Maybe TBH was too tired after the marathon XD match? We know that he has some stamina issues. It is also possible that HTH got injured though. I felt that HTH/TBH would have won the title though.
Interesting. Based on the graph, CPS/GLY squandered 3 match points at 20-17 to lose 20-22. They really have to stop wasting opportunities like CWG SF ( 2 MP and fail to convert)
what a battle in wd
looking forward on their performance next year
congrats to all winner
2010 Perak Championships: Dec 16-19 (Finals Results)
Yes, Congratulations to all finalists.
Full Finals Results: http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/s...38D725-525D-4B22-A919-A68030B590F3&d=20101219
Wow, so much things to read even for a State Tournament in MAS.
TBH give chance to the Taiping Fuzzy boy la... lol.
Yes, MAS has losts of news, but no result........internationally, beside LCW ! Sadly !
LWS and the rest of the boys should start to plan their calendar for next year. Hope they will be in singapore international in december 2011.
It is very disappointing to note that the second stringers fared poorly in the just-concluded Perak Open and I wonder how their coaches felt about their charges.
LCW is still king of the local circuit having won eight times consecutively. He will go for his ninth consecutive National GP Finals title in the tournament to be held in Kuala Terengganu from Feb 16-19, 2011.
Julia Wong has been missing and I wonder whether she will ever play again. She is the only player who could go the distance against WMC and indeed she had beaten her.
TBH's stamina is suspect and he concluded that he would only concentrate on the MD event.
Julia Wong went for the Asean University Games, playing same dates as Perak Open
a walk in the park once again for LCW..
It's the same too with other countrie's state tournament such as indonesia ..etc..perhaps more than mas
Time to create a thread to list out the schedules of those state opens and smaller tournaments.
Glad that she has recover from that nasty injuries.....
It is good to note that Julia Wong is still around.
There was, however, no mention of her at all in the media.
They did mention, for Asean University Games, read Utusan Msia -'tonggak utama pasukan wanita'(anchor for women's team)
Today, Julia's name appeared in The Star, press intv Wong Tat Meng. Her name is in the list for MO 2011
LCW is very frustrated watching the standard/skill of Malaysian back-up players
From Ipoh, at the 2010 Perak Championships (Dec 16-19), Lee Chong Wei said that Malaysian back-up shuttlers will not go anywhere if they do not change their attitude. He said that even Lin Dan’s coach will be of no help to them.
It is said that LCW was very frustrated watching the standard/skill of Malaysian back-up players at this tournament.
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Lee Chong Wei says that Malaysian back-up shuttlers will not go anywhere if they do not change their attitude.
And there was sarcasm in his voice when he said that even Lin Dan’s coach, Tang Hsienhu, will not be able to make world beaters out of Malaysia’s current batch of back-up squad players.
Chong Wei was frustrated with lack of enthusiasm showed by the squad comprising Liew Daren, Chan Kwong Beng, Chong Wei Feng, Tan Chun Seang and Mohd Arif Abdul Latif.
He is getting more and more annoyed with the situation. After all, he has held the status as the country’s top shuttler for far too long. On Sunday, he stretched his invincibility on the local circuit to eight years by winning the Perak Open.
The 28-year-old Chong Wei said that the back-up players would have to save their own skin.
“It’s not about the coaches. Malaysia have Misbun (Sidek), Rashid (Sidek) and even Hendrawan. But they cannot help these players if they do not do their part,” he said.
“We can even bring in Lin Dan’s coach but he too will not be able to do anything about it.”
After sparring with them for a year, Chong Wei has noted their weaknesses.
“I am disappointed with their attitude. Daren had no explanation when I asked him the reason for his defeat at the Hong Kong Open (recently). He said he did not know what went wrong,” said Chong Wei.
“One should be able to analyse his game and understand why he won or lost.
“Arif is a player from the same batch as Kenichi Tago of Japan. Tago gave me a tough fight at the All-England final this year but I did not see the same fire from Arif (in the semi-finals of the Perak Open).
“We have a group of players who depend too much dependant on the coaches. They are neither analytical nor want to go the extra mile.
“From my observation, they are unable to cope with the drills every day of a week. They slow down half way. This is same attitude they show on the court. They give up when the pressure gets to them.”
Chong Wei hoped that the so called “future stars” would buck up by showing better commitment in training and competitions.
“I have come a long way and there is no short cut. It is all about hard work,” he said.
“I hope the back-up players will show better attitude and start making their presence felt in local and international tournaments next year to save their own badminton careers.”
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