Japan Open 4/7(Day 3)

Discussion in 'Thailand Open / Japan Open 2005' started by Ahlut, Apr 6, 2005.

  1. aiyuuw

    aiyuuw Regular Member

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    so, any interesting match comin?[​IMG] (not like i'll get a chance to watch it[​IMG])
     
  2. ditorajo

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    Don't worry. Malaysia still has numerous young players out there. BAM has started to send them out to compete in higher level competition. If you notice from Thai Open, there were five of them, i.e. yeoh kay bin, hazwan, nazree, yogendran and salim. Yeoh Kay Bin almost make a significant impact in Japan Open while taking Jonassen in first round. The game took about 53'. There will be more out in 2006 under Rashid charges and watch out another sidek brother :) .
     
  3. Anatolii

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    well, there aren't many young non-asian players around to beat, are there?

    hm, like you say, it's an international board... some of us may be writing one thing, when we actually mean something else. so the rest of us, should take that into consideration before bombarding each other with what each of us feel is right or wrong...

    .. my advice is not to forget this too soon.. i mean, we don't want it occuring again in the near future, do we? ;) but, yeah, enjoy the YJO and the coming weekend. :D

    *this is rather unrelated, but i just have to say this: kitaro's 'heaven and earth' is simply awesome!!
     
  4. Jofianty

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    so bao is going to meet lindan ...
    hmm...it's Tough match for Bao....
    i hope bao will win ;)

     
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    To be honest, if I were to look at names, the only one I am pretty sure is Chinese is Liem Swee King.
     
  6. aiyuuw

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    lol![​IMG] true, i dont like talking about religions here, but as a moslem too i know that taufik hidayat is certainly a moslem name, that is in our holly Qur'an, but lets stop it, becos i dont like talking about religions in an internastional forum,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,[​IMG]
    oh, btw about the-arrogant-danish-fans thingy, i agree with anatolii, i dont think we should just forget that, becosif so i'll feel as if this is some unfinished business becos everybody still has something they want to say, but maybe the 'just forget it' idea is not so bad, so that there will be no scary arguments while we are all trying to enjoy this JO[​IMG]
    and i DONT think that danish fans are arrogant, i think they are just nationalists, it seems natural to me if we show our supports to our heroes, even when our 'support' is a lil over. but i think the 'young-asians' thing kinda got me insulted for a while, but thinking that whoever wrote it had no bad intentions, im fine now
     
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    Thanks - that was what my memory said! Not exactly a ChenJ or GongWj. Some good points from jamesd20 also

    The new Koreans are just over the WJC age i.e. 18 at the beginning of 2004 and played their last WJC last year. If you look at the WJC 2004, almost all the players except those from China were born in 1986.

    Most of the juniors in MD XD from 2002 from Korea, Indonesia, M'sia and Spore are now regulars on the senior circuit. But no MS, and the few WS, WD are from Korea.

    The Chinese juniors are a good bit younger. ChenJ & JaingYj were 16+ winners in WJC 2002; ChenJ repeated in 2004. GongWjie i(R-U in 2004 by a whisker) is being given S circuit experience but will play WJC nextyear as he is 17 months younger than ChenJ. Wang YiH (17), QF and WangLin (15+) (SF) WJC 2004 were on display in SiamO. T

    Those who make a good mark in the WJC are immediately rewarded with a S tournament, and several juniors play the minor circuit - Siam, French, Polish. ChenJ won in France and Poland in 2004. To my surprise, China also sends some to the Satellite tour.

    Y
     
  8. Johansen

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    Hi All of you

    I can't understand some of your reactions. When people in here write with big fonts - screaming on their favorits - it's ok. I had no bad intentions.
    My two lines was nothing but cheering up the danish players. But to write that danish fans on this forum not are nice is very stupid...

    Anyway, as everyone said, just forget this and enjoy Japan Open!! :D

    Best Regards
    Johansen
    www.badminton-nyt.dk

    btw Kenneth did beat LCW ;)
     
  9. Mag

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    Okay, guys, this is getting ridiculous.

    I have seen plenty of other remarks on this forum more worthy of a flaming.
    But the point is: we don't flame people in BF. Everybody's opinions are welcome and should be respected, as long as they don't break forum guidelines. I don't really see that here.

    Let's drop this and move on. :mad:
     
  10. lecxy615

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    Hi, Johansen. Congratulation for being able to advance to Semi Final. Wish u all d best.
    ;)
     
  11. FEND.

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    lol. lecxy615, I think you mistook him for Kenneth "Jonassen" lol. He's the site admit for badminton-nyt.dk and not kenneth jonassen the danish singles player.
     
  12. Johansen

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    LOL - yes I wish that I could play like Kenneth JONASSEN - but as you said, I am only site admit for badminton-nyt.dk :crying:

    Regards
    Johansen
    www.badminton-nyt.dk
     

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