Interchange partners in Korea's top 2 Men's doubles team. Lee/Jung, Ko/Yoo

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  1. soulpx

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    thats because ksh a bit careless, he can be as confident as he want but also can nervous like crazy. that leads him make a lot of mistakes. meanwhile yys is more calm, can think rational when opponent attacks him. for me, this is the difference between these 2, no one is better than one because both of them are good in front and back.
     
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    Who injured this morning? Yoo or Jung?
     
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    Kim Sa Rang was moved from the singles squad and paired with Kim Ki Jung suddenly so that Kim Ki Jung could still play in the Korea Open even though regular partner Shin Baek Cheol (not Choi or Choel) was injured. Sa Rang is no longer on the national team.

    'Na' doesn't work. Her family name is 'Jang'. 'Ye Na' is her given name.
    Jung's retirement after London has been predicted since 2006. His partnership with Lee was to last 6 years. He does not have any more military time to serve.
     
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    Thanks for the information, why was Kim Sa Rang removed from the national squad, do you know ?
     
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    i want to know too! were they leading?
     
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    no, they had lost 1st game and got trailed in 2nd game...
     
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    Imo this is the pair of the future! On the other hand both are simiular to each other bc they love to play spectacular, while yoo e.g. is tatically better.
    Anyway all four guys are my favourite doubles players, always a pleasure to watch them. It looks so easy the way they cover the court esp. lyd!!
    From the quarterfinal on it will be interesting to see how lyd/ksh will progress...
     
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    Isnt Jung doing more military service ??
     
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    Well, LYD/KSH were beaten in the quarter final by MK/HS in 3 games:eek: The first game the Indonesians were really dominating (score was 21-10), LYD/KSH were initially leading in the 3rd set with 9-5 score, but suddenly MK/HS score 11 points in a row :eek: to make the score becomes 9-16 and finally won the game, I guess today LYD/KSH were not in their best form, lack of concentration, but, hey, MK/HS were not in their best form as well, their knees were heavily strapped.
     
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    read post #23.
     

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