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Discussion in 'China Professional Players' started by Justin L, Aug 31, 2013.

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    Thank you Justin.
     
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    Lin GP's standard of performance is still below Zhou Zeqi (who has slow progress even stagnant in last 12 months), this probably one of the main reason why CBA postpones his comeback into national team. Poor Lin GP, he's a potential star in junior years, better than Shi Yuqi but unfortunately he must face cruel fate, hampered by severe injury.
     
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    http://sports.sina.com.cn/others/badmin/2019-05-13/doc-ihvhiqax8299589.shtml
    In the National team Championship Final, Hunan team successfully defended the title beating BAYI 3:1,
    Hunan 3:1 BAYI
    XD: Zhang Wen/Wei Yaxin 2:1 Sun Feixiang/Zheng Yuwen
    WS: Guo Ruiyi 0:2 Wang Zhiyi
    MD: Chai Biao/Fan Qiuyue 2:1 Di Zijian/Jufang Pengyu
    MS: Zhou Zeqi 2:0 Zhao Junpeng
    (Sorry, breakdown scores not provided by the author)

    Note: Li Xuerui didn't get to play the 5th WD match as the outcome was already decided.

    Also the 3rd/4th playoff between Zhejiang and Guandong played yesterday afternoon 1330hrs is not reported in the article. Anyway, the supposed matchup as follows:
    XD: Wang Sijie/Du Peng vs Deng Jiajiang/Wu Yingshi
    WS: Han Qiangxi vs Han Luxuan
    MD: Dong Weijie/Wang Chang vs Liang Weikeng/Wu Tuobin
    MS: Lin Guipu vs Su Xuyang
    (I 'll post the results if I come across it later).
     
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    https://www.aiyuke.com/news/2019/05/n7362f0f9fbf.html
    Results..
     
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    Lin guipu needs more match practice. He will do better when particpate in more tournaments
     
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    Who is the prefered backcourt player in the combination of he jiting/tan qing
     
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    Totally dissapointed about sun feixiang when seeing how kantaphon wangacheron & lee zee jia playing. Sun feixiang easily beat them in junior level
     
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    Yes I agree. But it was the previous management. Now SF and Ren Pengbo are taking part in the Australian tournament on the 4th of June. Progress although a bit late.
    But I am surprised how things have changed. Not so long ago it was very clear that China would be easily beaten by Japan when they meet. Today I am not so sure about the outcome.
     
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    Terrific! CHN team win the SC with most of the players being youngsters. The regeneration is going strong. CHN doesn't need the service of LD and ZN. Glad that CHN team proves some people who complain about CHN team players wrong.

    #ForgetAboutLinDan
    #ForgetAboutZhangNan
    :D:D:D:D:D:D:D
     
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    Chen Long got to be scratching his feet, only CHN player to lose his/her match this tournament
     
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    Unbelievable performance by this young China team. The CBA just needs to do this for the juniors then there will be a continuous stream of good players to choose from. Congratulations to China. Keep it up.
     
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    Chen Long has a history of disappointing in team events.
     
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    Not surprising anymore after what has happened to him before in previous major team events for which many Chinese netizens called him names. Luckily, his defeat did not cause CHN's elimination as his younger teammates rose to the occasion, or else he would be lambasted and shamed into hiding for a while.
     
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    And not won too much since 2015, only OG winner ever to not win a single additional event in the year of the games
    I wouldn't put this down to the team event aspect and more to his general mediocre form at this point. His style depends super heavily on incredible shot quality and stout defense, and at the moment he doesn't have those - not to mention he is only going to get less physical with time. Unless he reinvent his game yet again I don't think we'll see him raise many more trophies.
     
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    Chen Long is already history at this point, to say at least. He obviously need to find some fire and renovate his game if he want to win tournaments. Chen Long, once one of the Super Trio has played without physicallity for so long until now. His defence and net game is still good but his smash is weak, one of the weakest perhaps. Just see how many smash has he killed this year, rarely. Chen Long needs to find the edge that he had in 2014-2015.
     
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    More afterwards news.
    XXZ:
    • “The last Sudirman Cup was the first time I led our team in such a big tournament. We gained a lot of experience which laid a good foundation for today’s success. Through this process, we have made a lot of progress in our training, competition preparation as well as our knowledge of our opponents. (...) So, indeed, the last loss of the Sudirman Cup to Korea was instrumental to today’s victory.”
    • “we tried to study Japan’s team selections and determine which players we would face today”.
    • “We made all sorts of preparations. We were prepared to go to the fifth match. I think both teams were evenly matched and Japan was very strong. Winning men’s doubles gave us a lot of confidence which led to the (two) singles victories."
    • “We took our opponents very seriously. We got an advantage by winning the first two matches but this was a lot of pressure for Shi Yuqi because he really wanted to win the third point for China, so he was more nervous than Momota."

    • “It was indeed beyond our expectations that we would win 3-0.”
    In another news, SYQ thought that Momota was exhausted from his semi-final match vs Ginting.
     
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    There has been quite a turnaround in the Li/Liu MD. It used to be Liu Yuchen that was the weak link but in their matches at the Sudirman Cup, LY was the playmaker and the strength in the team. Quite amazing for one who was not a natural doubles player to become one who is!! Similar to Fu Haifeng.
     

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