Goh V Shem / Lim Khim Wah

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  1. M3Series

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    Do u think i completely hve no idea how big is the MO this year ?

    I never miss going MO since 5 yrs ago FYI
     
  2. Loh

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    Then you should be in a better position to appreciate what this new pair has achieved so far.

    So long as they continue to show enthusiasm, hardwork and discipline, apart from the desire to win, then the future should be bright for them.
     
  3. M3Series

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    There's nothing wrong for being optimistic about this pair. But optimistic alone won't help them getting to final in SS again. Let alone SSP.
     
  4. Loh

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    Please don't jump to conclusion so early!

    They may surprise you and many others as they did in the SSP!
     
  5. ngkt67

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    they need to learn most of the MD players from CHN, INA, KOR and JPN as they trained very well and well discipline, thus this make them so strong...
    go youtube and watch any of them play then should know how strong they play MD...
     
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    Yes Loh, point taken. Are u in this sub forum pretending to be supportive or just want to rub salt on Malaysian wound. Yes, Malaysia team is weak at the moment. Drastic change needed in our camp, moving on buddy.
     
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    Why would I spend time here being negative? You are trying to be mischievious, I'm afraid. You should withdraw your uncalled for comments.

    In terms of skills, your players cannot be said to be inferior to others.
    They need support and encouragement from especially Malaysian fans but I am sad to say this has not been forthcoming. I hear more negative comments than positive ones.

    Of course I'm happy that our boys did so well and I want to give them more encouragement to do better.
     
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  8. M3Series

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    I think none of us said any.negative things about Lim/Goh. Just because we say something bout this pair doesn't mean we dont support them. I din even mention about inferiority.

    You are making ur own assumptions here.

    All i said is that this pair need more exposure instead of just going for big tournament and lose in semi or quarter like TBH/KKK last time.
     
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    I think the pair should also work on their attacking game. I watched the match and it seems like they were on the back foot for large periods of the game.
     
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    Forget attacking game... let's try working on Ah Wah's serves first. ;)
     
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    Watched Round 2 of India Open. Very powerful attacking game, but Lim Khim Wah's serves threw away so many points, and their defense is below average compared to other players their level. Led 14-10 in the decider, but can see that once they lost their attacking momentum and became forced to defend they crumbled.
     
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    Just learnt that Boe/Mogensen is not a top 10 pair today.

    On a serious note, I do agree with you that winning a few GP is also good because it proves that they are consistent. Which they are shown to be not, most notably because of LKW's serves and weak defense. We need more consistency rather than winning one big SS or SSP in their whole lives. Once they achieve consistency on the small stage, then only we can talk about winning like 1-2 SS a year
     
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    If you watch how Goh/Lim beat them on MO 2014, you'll see it's not up to their standard.
     
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    not sure if lim will ever rectify his nerve... lim is veli gooding @ intercepting at the net
     
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    As some said before, he can probably serve perfectly every time during practice, but when under pressure he fluffs it up with his rapid arm action.

    So the answer is probably no... just like Cheng Wen-Hsing. :p
     
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    too much tension serving in MD, even during social games, in world class matches, each serve has to be perfect

    maybe lim should change to play mx, since he was mx world jr. champ
     
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    MX=XD? There's even more pressure on the man serving since he has to serve from further back.
     
  18. SibugiChai

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    but i seldom see Mx men serve short or into the net compare to MD...

    i think the pressure is not that great
     
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    Really? Then you haven't watched enough pro XD games perhaps...
     
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    [h=2]Khim Wah-V Shem bow out of Indian Open[/h]
    KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian Open champions Lim Khim Wah-Goh V Shem suffered another demoralising loss – this time at the Indian Open in New Delhi.
    The Malaysian No. 2, who were easily beaten by Singapore’s Danny Bawa Chrisnanta-Chayut Triyachart in the final of last week’s Malaysian Open Grand Prix Gold, went down 18-21, 21-15, 16-21 to Ko Sung-hyun-Shin Baek-cheol of South Korea. It was a bitter blow to the Malaysians as they were leading 14-10 and 15-12 in the third game.
    “Khim Wah and V Shem played much better this time. They were in control until 15-12 in the rubber game. Then, the mistakes crept in. The South Koreans levelled the score and went all the way for a win,” lamented national coach Rosman Razak.
     

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