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Discussion in 'Malaysia Professional Players' started by pajrul, Dec 5, 2010.
Great come back
Mixed Doubles saw the return to form of Malaysia’s Chan Peng Soon and the injury-troubled Goh Liu Ying. Goh, who had undergone shoulder surgery a few months ago, put her troubles aside in the opening tournament of the new season as she and Chan made their way past local pair Dechapol Puavaranukroh/Puttita Supajirakul, 21-15 14-21 21-16.
Congratulations for your winning comeback!
Good to see Goh Liu Ying back. She is one tough cookie.
Chan Peng Soon did not change racket to Jetspeed 10 Q orange. Still same old racket.
Playing as if she hadn't been gone
they looked really good in that game ....but in their game against the Hong Kong pair seemed to taken 2 steps back now.. especially CPS crazy serves
@Cheung An eye-catching knee support used by Goh Liu Ying
Lol, here you can pick one up online if you like...
@visor I would like Cheung to buy it. Great effort at finding the exact item. Cheung would buy it soon
I bet Cheung would look just as good as GLY wearing those....pics!!
@Cheung come and see GLY this afternoon at Purple League 2017/18 Finals : Puchong United BC vs Kepong BC (4 p.m.)
4. XD : Tan Kian Meng/Goh Liu Ying vs Goh Soon Huat/Cheah Yee See
Trying to set up a blind date ?
Bronze medal sealed and they'd done their revenge at team event as well. Congratulation!
A nice photo taken during their semifinal match against Wang Zekang/Li Yinhui at 2018 Australian Open. They won straight games 21-16, 25-23.
These two seem to be going the way of TA/LN where GLY doesn’t have the movement to keep up anymore. Without her in control of the net, CPS’s terrible service game sink them fast.
Breaking News : The RIO 2016 XD Silver medalists are the latest to resign from Badminton Association of Malaysia.
Not so surprising really. However, Misbun made a comment that somehow MAS players usually matures a bit after going
professional. Maybe because they are breaking away from their safe spot. On a final note, I hope they can do better in the future.
Certainly didn’t see that coming.
I thought that Chin Chai reply, as reported in the news, seemed rather harsh.
maybe it sounds harsh due to his honesty.
if bam signs off on all bwf tournament entries it's a win-win for both parties. well, as long as gly/cps can find $pon$or$
Sound not too harsh for me.. but ya the bitterness is there.