Aaron Chia/ Wooi Yik Soh ... the next generation

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  1. pajrul

    pajrul Regular Member

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    Yeah..but that "never give up" is not an attitude. It's a skill that's really really hard to acquire overnight. I think a bigger problem is the lack of creativity. Their play seemed predictable and very " Malaysian" ( tendency to lift and lift with no idea how to quickly counter when under intense attack)
     
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    totally agree with you on this. The game evolved yet typical Malaysian style still remain same.. always lifting.
     
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    I remember reading teo's interview prior to indonesia open and he said that paulus want them (malaysian MD) to play like an indonesian MD, he said they learn a lot from kevin/marcus and ahsan/hendra, the current world number 1 and 2. don't know what happen though, it seems like they all back to their natural style again (lifting too much).

    https://www.bolasport.com/read/3117...dijadikan-panutan-ganda-putra-malaysia?page=2
     
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    To me, Aaron Chia looked overweight.. Look like KKK, maybe even fatter than him. Not sure how long he will last at the top of the game. AE RU is their best achievement to date. Looking for them to win their 1st SS, it will be good that people share the load in winning and it should be , in ultra competitive MD.

    Though I feel, its GohTan that will play in the OG and that may not be the best thing for Malaysia badminton.
     
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    That last paragraph....yes, you're right, It just meant, we have stagnated, again
     
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    finally for the first time they defeated the reigning WC Ahsan/Setiawan in China Open QF, and of course Ahsan/Setiawan is because played R1 & R2 in difficulty and make them exhausted...
     
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    Lee Chong Wei kept being called Jaguh Kampung.

    I do agree that it's harder to handle the pressure now because of criticism on social media accounts. Malaysians very easily dish out destructive criticism rather than constructive or supportive feedback.
     
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    what happened to Aaron smash, not as fierce as when he breakthrough..

    I remember all England that they lost final, that time on their journey to final his smash is scary..very powerful
     
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    sometimes Aaron smash not on par, but Soh smash suddenly good, but not good enough to assist Aaron...
    in conclusion, both Aaron and Soh must get trained very hard, just like how the Minions trained to be the best MD of all time right now...
     

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