How does lin dan do it?

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  1. oab729

    oab729 Regular Member

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    i've seen some mens singles games and the game between Lin Dan and Peter gade during all england finals was amazing. Their movements were so smooth. I was wondering how does he do it? Also for neone who saw that game y was the pace so slow??? Thanks
     
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    practice
    practice
    practice
    repeat for many years
     
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    If u thought that pace was slow, check out the semi final ae game between Hidayat and Gade. The begining was a slpow I didn't know the game even started lol
     
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    ur kidding me right, they already started. lol, i skipped the beginning cuz i thought they were warming up lol
     
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    Q. How does lin dan do it?

    A. Practice


    Darn, Neil got in before me, stated the obvious and stole the humour :p
     
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    Let me add to that answer apart from the very obvious 'practice'.

    A good coach. Tang Xinfu is a legend in badminton and somehow his playing skills rubbed on the trainees as well.

    And even with a coach like Tang, he still needs to practice. :)
     

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