Chen Jin's Day of Reckoning

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  1. chris-ccc

    chris-ccc Regular Member

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    If CJ can win, then that's the best result

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    If CJ can win, then that's the best result.

    But LYB is not just thinking of winning the Semi-Final, but a MS Final.

    Therefore I would think LYB could tell CJ this - Win or lose is not as important as to make LCW tired.

    It's just so that this Semi-Final is played first, before the LD-vs-PSH match.

    If CJ gets to defeat LCW, I guess LYB would instruct LD the same thing;

    - Win or lose is not as important as to make PSH tired.
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    hope the China number 2 takes the world number 1.
     
  3. limsy

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    i think lyb set the attacking order to chen jin
    chen jin attacking play pay off in 1st set as lcw slow to defence and keep lifting+poor return
    2nd set,chen jin was good until the 10 points and he lost confident after lcw catch up to lead 11-10,but the robotic attacking play keep displaying without much reward
    chen jin was out of battery in 3rd set but still going for attacking play
    hmm
     
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    it shows that CJ still has a lot of things to learn from LD & LCW
     
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    2010 Asian Games Individual Event Semi-Finals: Lee Chong Wei-vs-Chen Jin

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    I couldn't believe it when I found that CJ was so far behind in the 3rd game, losing at 7-21.

    Anyway, LCW has shown us his skill and fitness, winning this match; 14-21, 21-15, 21-7.
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    lcw looks sharper in term of match finest in 3rd set compare to 1st
    lcw dont have any good touch in 1st set and cj made him pay
     
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    LCW will have to play at his absolute best ever to beat LD tomorrow who is in supreme form and fitness now
     
  8. Bbn

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    Most of you got it right while I got it completely wrong :

    1) Kwun- CJ still has some way to go as far as winning shots are concerned.
    2) Praline- Fit and in good condition still not good enough against masters
    3) Limsy-CJ is not as fit as LCW.

    well in the first set LCW looked as though he had trouble moving and was carrying some kind of injury, but i think CJ was trapped
    into this thinking by the mid 2nd set.Maybe he was in a hurry to finish the game but the shots kept returning.In the 3rd set, either CJ ran out of ideas, or was tired or lost confidence. But its strange ,if I was CJ I would have nothing to lose and just turned on the pace in the 3rd.
    I think CJ really believed he could win and did not try to tire out LCW for his compatriot, instead he was given the run around instead.

    So, now we know what to expect in the final with both finalists in good condition.And CJ sure can learn a lot of watching this match again.
     
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    even though pralines is right yet again, but de meek way dat chen jin surrendered in set 3 was very intriguing.
    instead of wearing datuk down, chen jin resorted to attacking play and made many unforced errors.

    i think dis is yet another cunning trap to lure datuk into over-confidence and again, raise de hopes of boleh-land.
    and as usual datuk will buckle under pressure and slaughtered by super dan in the final.

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    close this thread.
     
  10. chris-ccc

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    Perhaps, it is right to close this thread

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    Perhaps, it is right to close this thread.

    We all have our say. And, it is all history now. :):):)
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  11. Bbn

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    Well, got it wrong about Koo and Tan too.

    but they sure are having more variety in their game and putting up a real fight

    and could have closed it in two.
     
  12. Bbn

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    Hey there's nothing wrong with doing a post mortem.

    It is a learning process.

    It's not as if we are getting carried away arguing and making personal attacks.
     
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    What actually happened in the 3rd game? What went on CJ's head on the 3rd game? He was totally... collapsed...
     
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    If we continue without making personal attacks, then it should be OK

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    If we continue without making personal attacks, then it should be OK. :):):)
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    I wonder why Lee CW can lose to Taufik in the Worlds and yet beat

    a young energetic player like Chen Jin .And yet Chen Jin can bulldoze his way thru Taufik.

    Baffling.
     
  16. george@chongwei

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    You might be right on this. Let's wait and see what happen 2moro..
     
  17. george@chongwei

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    Datuk proves u wrong tonight..:D it seems like CJ lost confidence in 3rd set and his mental strength is not strong enough.. after losing so easily to datuk in the 3rd set.. Not sure about his stamina in that tho..
     
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    The Boleh spirit is around his mind that time ma.. that's why he was headache and dunno where to put the shuttle..:D LOL BOLEH:p
     
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    The results at the end of the day says it all..;)
     
  20. OneToughBirdie

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    I am concern his health and whether he can recover his fitness in time to play LD, more than form, technique...LD is very fresh going to final.
     

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