Chan Peng Soon & Goh Liu Ying

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  1. ibelieveindevil

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    Great come back
     
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    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.

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    Congratulations for your winning comeback!
     
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    Good to see Goh Liu Ying back. She is one tough cookie.
     
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    Chan Peng Soon did not change racket to Jetspeed 10 Q orange. Still same old racket.
     
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    Playing as if she hadn't been gone
     
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    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
     
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    @Cheung An eye-catching knee support used by Goh Liu Ying :cool:
     
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    @visor I would like Cheung to buy it. Great effort at finding the exact item. Cheung would buy it soon :D
     
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    I bet Cheung would look just as good as GLY wearing those....pics!!
     
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    @Master

    Trying to set up a blind date ?
     
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    Bronze medal sealed and they'd done their revenge at team event as well. Congratulation!
     
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    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.

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    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.
     
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    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.
     
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    #658 Cheung, Dec 16, 2018
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    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$
     
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