Kim and Ra to represent Korea!

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  1. seven

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    There were rumours about this, but this time it is official : Kim Dong Moon and Ra Kyung Min are part of the korean SC team!!! :D:cool:

    This is going to make this Sudirman Cup even more interesting to watch!! :D
     
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    wow... nice =D~~~~~
     
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    oh, wow! that's cool! lets just see how they perform after long vacum[​IMG]
     
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    thats great to hear the couples comeback
     
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    Wow...if Kim and Ra also participate in MD and WD aswell as MXD! I hope Ra can pull it off...and get a proper 'sending off'. I doubt we will ever see her again on world stage badminton. :crying::crying::crying: Even though she retired twice :p

    I notice that Jun Jae Youn is missing from the list.
     
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    This is the day most of us have been waiting for :cool:
     
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    yeeeeeessssss :D

    i miss seeing them play soo much.
     
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    Its a major lost for Korea without Jun Jae Youn as their WS player. Yes they still had Seo Yoon Hee but she is not as good as Jun.

    So Denmark, England and Thailand now had the chances to gain 1 point from WS.

    Kim and Ra is back! But are they as good as usual? Remember they haven't lay international matches for couple months.

    I had no doubt they are still good but they had to remember that their opponent had improve so much.

    The Thais and England pair had improved a lot. Not to mention the Danish. When they meet Korean, they can play Jonas R / Rikke Olsen who beat Kim and Ra i Olympiade.

    Wow! What a dead group in group 1A.

    Now without Jun, the chances for the four teams to gain semifinal spot are nearly the same.
     
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    What happened to Jun??
     
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    If Ra/Kim are not rusted, I would say Korea vs China is a 40/60 match. Now I won't bet all my money on China. :)
     
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    She tore her left knee's ACL in Swiss open and need an operation.
    This may keep her out of badminton about one year. :(
     
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    bad news :( :( :(

     
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    That's very bad news!!! [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]
    I hope she will heal OK and be back on the world scene...
     
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    According to Indonesia's newspaper, Kim/Ra is definitive in Korean Team for Sudirman Cup.
    One of the reasons is that the performance of Lee/Lee is not yet stable.
     
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    wow, it is a good new for Kim/Ra fans :D:D:D
     
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    Oh :eek: this is great !! I thought there is no hope of seeing them play again after they 'retired'. Wish them all the best.
     
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    I really hope Ra makes a CLEAR retirement... ending her career with that disastrous event in Olympics is not suited for the retirement of such a legend.:crying: :crying: :crying:
     
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    May the foce be with Kim and Ra

    Not sure is a good idea for Kim and Ra to "un-retire" to play in Sudirman as this pair had been out of action for so long. The team China doesn't think Kim/Ra is a threat anyway. I just hope everything works out fine so the memory I have for these two great players remains intact.
     

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