Hong Kong Open 2007 : Day 6 (Dec 1st) - semi finals

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  1. Smichz

    Smichz Regular Member

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    Ppl just dont trust that Kido/Hendra will win the china's pair."How come","How possible".Must be some problems with the chinese pair.Hehe..

    But u know what,it happens..with all the facts that they're both playing fair n square.No injuries for each player,nor CY,as stated before.Today,hendra/kido were just too strong for the chinese pair today.

    Talking about exhausted,I believe that hendra/kido is more exhausted than the CY/FHF..since they've played the whole round n won the China Open final.While CY/FHF was already out on the 1st round.Simply put,CY/FHF got more time to rest than the kido/hendra.

    So,anymore excuses?
     
  2. Han

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    Majority of the walks were from Chen Hong and see what happen to him now! One article from Sina sports stated Chen Hong has a pact with team China that he will issue walk whenever he face Chinese player else he will not allow to participate in international tournament ... Chen Hong stated he's a free-man without freedom, if you know what he means :crying:
     
  3. Smichz

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    Better for him to stay in the djarum badminton league in indo,if it's still exist..or just play wherever there's no china national team participate.
     
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    haha, it seem u know very little about LYB. Cheap shot that proven wrong.
     
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    Should be and actually is are 2 different things. I noticed Cai Yun not as aggressive as he used to be - the heart prob
     
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    1) Badmania, ol chum, like I said in earlier post, they were different when they played against Zakry/Fairuz, at least in China. Zakry/Fairuz also keep shuttle low, were better at net play, but Fu/Cai wont give up kept chasing.

    Here, they gave up in 2nd set.


    2) Smichz, a) should be more exhausted and actually is exhausted is 2 different things. b) as others have said, fighting spirit, they are very well known for being gritty, good mental strength. This semi, got to a point, like they dont have mood to fight anymore.
    I noticed past few months, Cai Yun not as aggressive as he used to be, Fu also less confident. Anyway, just download & watch the China Open match, just 1 week ago, they are different

    + I'm not fan of Fu/Cai.

    Was just wondering how come our Msia MD, Zakry/Fairuz couldnt beat Fu/Cai if they played like this. Not to take away Kido/Setiawan's win, they deserve to win.
     
  7. ye333

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    It seems Fu/Cai were so frustrated -- they are forced to play Markis/Hendra's game from the very start -- that they lost concentration, especially Fu.

     
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    May I mention my opinion that Markis/Hendra are better in flat drives (in fact, I think in every department) than Zakry/Faruiz, as the reason why Fu/Cai cannot keep chasing and finally basically gave up this time? :D

     
  9. huangkwokhau

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    Again...Kido/Hendra had been instructed to play different game....Cai Yun does not have heart problem.........period....pls no excuses!!!
     
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    Did u mean he has heart problem? If yes, that's the biggest joke of the year. Judging from the way he plays, I'm pretty sure he has a "few" heart(s) :p:rolleyes:

    INA pair simply superb in all aspects, period. :rolleyes:
     
  11. ye333

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    It is reported quite a few years ago that CY has heart problem. And he was suggested to quit badminton. But he decided not to. Anyway, that's before the formation of the Feng-Yun pair I think.

     
  12. huangkwokhau

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    The tactic that INA applied will not allow CHina pair to attack.....Fu Hai Feng was confused so Cai Yun was panic ......
     
  13. huangkwokhau

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    So why you use it for this loss....CY/FHF was winner of French Open did not show any heart problem or injury....
     
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    Hey I am not the one finding excuses for C/F, I am just mentioning a fact. :)

    I agree with your observation. Cai and Fu were more and more frustrated as the match went on, and finally they try to rely on desperate tricky shots. In fact MK/HS always make CY/FHF play uncomfortably. What is their head-to-head now? Something like 4:4?

     
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    MD games nowadays is quite unpredictable, u win win today , yet lose easily in the following week/month to the same pair.
    For INA, MK/Hs just simply too best in the semis , but lets don't be too over excited. (Whether is Cai injured or heart problem or whatever. A win is always a win)
    For CHN, life goes on. I am sure u have the chance to avenge ur defeat here. Anywhere. Anytime. (Well, maybe not in china coz as Badmania posted before, they never able to win over Mk/Hs in Mainland)
     
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    it was well known that CY had heart problem and almost cost him to quit badminton when he was a kid.
     
  17. samuel882

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    That's correct. We are not doctor nor specialist. Who were we to judge any player is free of injury or actually got some kinda disease?:confused:
    Someone suggested CJ was injury free yesterday. But did he /she actually done a physical examine to confirm that :rolleyes:
     
  18. huangkwokhau

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    Fu Cai won over MK/HS in Cheng Du where INA pairs got 5 service faults and none for China...:cool:
     
  19. badMania

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    I think the official record even at 3:3 :cool:

    BUT, the unofficial record should be 4:5 to Fu/Cai's advantage.

    2007: 1-1
    Yonex-Sunrise Hong Kong Open Super Series 2007 Kido/Hendra
    AVIVA-COFCO China Masters Super Series 2007 Fu/Cai

    2006: 2-2
    Asian Games Team Event 2006 SF Kido/Hendra (not in official record)
    Asian Games Team Event 2006 Group Stage Fu/Cai (not in official record)
    Invitational World Cup 2006 Group Stage Fu/Cai (not in official record)
    PICC China Open 2006 Kido/Hendra

    2005: 0-1
    Yonex Japan Open 2005 Fu/Cai

    2004: 1-0
    Proton Malaysia Open 2004 Kido/Hendra

    2003: 0-1
    Sanyo Indonesia Open 2003 Fu/Cai
     
  20. taufik-ist

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    can you elaborate more what kind of cai's heart problem is/was ?
     

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