H/G vs. Z/W

Discussion in '2001 Sudirman Cup / World Championships' started by kwun, Jun 10, 2001.

  1. kwun

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    very even right now.

    Wei's smashes are much more damaging than during the AE.

    both pairs must know each other very well, but neither seem to be holding back at all.
     
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    i dont' believe darren hall repeated exactly what i said. Wei's smashes is harder than the AE.
     
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    They also said Z/W are also more aggressive which is what I said before!
     
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    Wei seems to be weaker.
     
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    These two pairs are the pair for the future. How can China ever lose the Uber cup in the next few yrs? It is so unlikely.
     
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    Re: Cheung/Kwun vs. Z/W

    We're dead meat!
     
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    Re: Cheung/Kwun vs. Z/W

    how about Cheung/Z vs. Kwun/W? :)

    wei has a big head.
     
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    they must have a internet connection, and just repeating what we said!
     
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    Re: Cheung/Kwun vs. Z/W

    Hey, a good idea!
     
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    yeah. ur right. Wei's offense is powerful, but her defensive shots doesn't have variation.
     
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    winning formation.

    Huang at rear, Gao at net

    Wei at rear, Zhang at net.

    Huang and Wei are shuttle launchers, and then Zhang and Gao are smarter and manipulates the opponent at the net.

    the Chinese coach have done their homework when forming these two pairs.
     
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    net rush.

    the Chinese are the first to do the quick net rush in ladies double. and now they are the first to counter it.
     
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    Zhang for MX

    Zhang's net coverage is very good. i think she will make a good MX player.
     
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    13-14 Z/W

    they saved one match point.

    14-14 now. set to 17
     
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    15-14 Z/W 2nd server.
     
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    16-15 H/G

    2nd server.
     
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    Huang/Gao had it!

    15-11 17-15

    i was wishing they'd go to 3rd game..... more badminton to watch... :)


    Z/W was leading in both games, perhaps it is lack of composure, they start to rush a bit and adding that H/G really did play very well.
     
  18. Tony

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    Who is winning?

    Which pair won?
     
  19. mbelinda

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    Perhaps she need some exposure or perhaps she is stiil young. She look so

    much "baby face" that any other players I have seen.
     
  20. mbelinda

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    Re: Who is winning?

    The senior.
     

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