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Discussion in 'China Professional Players' started by RedShuttle, Nov 26, 2012.
I am sorry if it is a silly question, but what is the significance of those stars?
winning major tournaments
which i can't recall which ones are considered major by China national team
it's either HBJ got all stars.. or none at all if looking at Olympics being a mojor
Congratulations to He Bingjiao for winning the KOR Open'19 WTS500 WS crown, beating Intanon Ratchanok in the final. I must admit He Bingjiao was somewhat lucky to survive G2 when 4 matchpoints down and even went on to force the decider and win it. Still, it's heartening to see her demonstrating dogged determination and tenacity to fight to the bitter end.
This tournament victory after a title drought of about three years should prove a psychological boost to her self-confidence and instill a sense of inner belief in her going forward. Let's hope we can see her scale new heights henceforth, her last breakthrough in her career was in 2016 when, barely 20 years of age, she captured three titles in a row within two months, namely, the Japan Open Superseries, the French Open Superseries, and the Bitburger Grand Prix Gold.
If I may humbly say so, I wish to see He Bingjiao improve in two areas:
1) strengthen her lower body to increase her speed a little more and enable her to recover quickly from her low-bending position when retrieving a drop-shot or a late net shot, not to mention continuing to build her stamina further; and
2) learn to better cover her deep backhand corner (right-side) which appears to be her vulnerability.
A lot were on the line for HBJ, especially after she eliminated CYF. Glad that she pulled it off. Asking for permission to throw her rackets into the stand was cute.
Indeed, lucky escape that Intanon committed unforced errors successively and she didn't challenge at position 23-22 as the shuttlecock looked IN.
Because no more challenges left, she wasted them unwisely.
Congratulations to HBJ.
first title of this year, not bad.. better late than nothing.
This is a year for "the first time" in top 10 SW
First is Sung Ji Huyn, the first title in HSBC tour.
Second is Yamaguchi with the first back-to-back title.
Third is Sindhu with the first gold medal in world championship.
Forth is He Binjiao with the first title in HSBC tour.
The more "first time" will come at the end of this year.
Congrats Binjiao, "the courteous panda" ^-^
I don't understand. He bingjiao's first title?.
She did not win before?
She had won Super Series title before, but this is her first World tour title.
Yup, Intanon was too rush to attack wildly to finish off the match but became futile at the end.
He Bingjiao never learns, her deep backhand corner (on her right-side as she's a lefty) is still a glaring weakness.
She would do well to study Momota's game and learn to cover her deep backhand corner well so that it is not often exploited by her opponents now and then forcing her to turn her back to play the backhand, for which her usual reply is to tap it just over the net predictably, opening herself to attack as it is easily anticipated by most of her opponents.
How often do we see Momota turn his back to play a backhand shot? Hardly, even on the few occasions when he's forced to in a match, he still executes it well enough without giving much away. Best is to always anticipate the opponent's shot to that deep backhand corner such that you can play the return shot facing it with better control and accuracy.
Apparently, Li Mao in the first few weeks of his joining CBA is concentrating on coaching the CHN MS. I hope he finds time to train the CHN WS soon, specifically help He Bingjiao to resolve her problems.