Chinese Badminton

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  1. tbgoh288

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    Really enjoyed the first match. It looks like a classic match.
     
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    Thank you tbgoh288 for the videos of the juniors. These new juniors are very good. Liu Liang I am afraid cant improve. He has been playing for at least 2 years and cant seem to break out.
     
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    I think it's premature to say Liu Liang can't improve, stagnant already as he's still only 17 years old; too early to pass judgement.

    I'd rather say it's more like Wang Zhengxing is a surprise package here and in the CHN National Team Championships where he inflicted a shock defeat on Huang Kaixiang, a sensational feat for someone so young against a senior experienced national player who fared remarkably well at the recent CBSL tournament.

    On the whole I'm quite pleased with the CHN under-17 cohort in all five disciplines, a healthy and promising development for Chinese badminton in the future. More or less the same can be said for the CHN national junior team in the 18 - 20 age group.

    Let's wait for international competition to resume sometime next year to see how it goes.
     
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    I'm thinking, don't forget the Li Mao factor - I mean, with so much time on his hands during the global pandemic, I won't be surprised if he is approached to help train the national junior team (assuming it can fit into his schedule), not to mention the KOR doubles coaches as well. I certainly hope so.
     
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    Here is a clip of Sun Chao and Liu Sheng Shu ,born in 2005 and 2004 respectively, playing mixed doubles against older players, Cheng Xin and Zhang Chi , both born in 2002.
    https://www.bilibili.com/video/BV1TK4y1v7TF/?spm_id_from=trigger_reload
    Looks like Sun Chao is a good utility player.
     
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    After watching again the Wang Zenxing v Liu Liang recording there was a match on the sidelines of that video of Chen Yufei playing a very talented player who won in three sets. I wonder who she is and what is her age?
    Very good skills and a strong smash. A player to watch.
     
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    Can't find the video. Will appreciate it if you can go back to the video and copy and paste the link here.

    Here is the the link to the 1/4 final match between Gao Zhengze & Liu Shu Min(born 29/08/2002). Liu eliminated Wang Zheng Xing 3-0 in the first round of the recently concluded China national championship.
    https://www.bilibili.com/video/BV1A...E14F7F4287A50246CB2BFC764866&ts=1606310008231
     
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    Yes did it correctly.
     
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    Is it a young man?
     
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    That's the battle of the sexes match between Liu Zeqing and Chen Yufei. I heard the commentator saying the male player Liu ZQ has to let Chen YF a three-point advantage at the start of each set, i.e. he starts at 0-3 down to CYF; otherwise the man's physical advantage over the woman would be quite unfair as apparently Liu ZQ wasn't a pushover one level or two below Chen Yufei.

    The question is whether a three-point advantage for Chen Yufei is sufficient compensation to even the physical differences, the disparity in athleticism. I should think it was an arbitrary decision by the organizer, still I find the match quite well-fought and entertaining. Too bad Chen YF couldn't hold on to her slim lead towards the end of the decider and was edged out 21-19 at the crucial stage, after having been one game apiece, G1 21-18 to CYF and G2 21-19 to LZQ.

    Also despite the given 3-point advantage to Chen YF, she looked to be the more tired of the two players, visibly fatigued in the 3rd set, smashing into the net at 19-18 up cost her dearly.
     
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    China national junior championship 2019 finals.
    Boys' Singles: Ye Hao Kun ( born,2001) vs Liu Liang ( 2003)
    https://www.bilibili.com/video/BV1s4411G7Lj/?spm_id_from=333.788.videocard.2
    Girls' Singles: Wu Yuqi (2001) vs Lu Xuezhou (2001)
    https://www.bilibili.com/video/BV1H...E14F7F4287A50246CB2BFC764866&ts=1606396522991

    The 2010 world WS finals between two finalists whose careers were prematurely ended by knee injuries.
    https://www.bilibili.com/video/BV1aW411N7F4/?spm_id_from=333.788.videocard.1
     
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    Personally, despite the notable absence of Chen Long and Shi Yuqi in the just-concluded CHN National Individual Championship 2020, the Men's Singles event still managed to put on quite a show.

    Of the two MS finalists, Weng Hongyang's ousting of Lei Lanxi in the semifinals is less of a surprise than Gu Junfeng's shock defeat of Ren Pengbo. Likewise, I was taken aback by Sun Feixiang suffering a loss at the hands of Gu Junfeng in the R16.

    Not unexpectedly, Weng Hongyang (born 18 June 1999) prevailed over Gu Junfeng (born 22 October 1999) for the title.
     
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    Interesting that Lin Guipu beat Gu Junfeng in the team event, but lost narrowly to Lei Lanxi, Weng Hongyang and Liu Liang. Goes to show that there’s not much between all of them. Their longevity in the national team will depend on how they fare against international opponents. Always difficult to compare their standards in local competitions,
     
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    What happened to tan ning??
     

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