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Discussion in 'China Open (1) / Macau Open / New Zealand Open 200' started by chris-ccc, Nov 11, 2008.
Hehe, of course, CSK is not 1996 OG silver medalist for no reason.
hah....just realised cheah soon kit is playing...interesting...
anyone videod the uncles playing?
Badminton is just a game
As eaglehelang mentioned, they should not be embarrassed losing to a pair with plenty of experience/knowledge.
Badminton is just a game.
The 'Art of playing Good Badminton' depends on plenty of skill and knowledge, not just on physical strength and power.
Yes I did!.. Currently I'm changing the format of the video.. then I'll upload it onto youtube.
The last time I saw CSK, I think in this year's Singapore Open, I almost couldn't recognize him as he has grown so much in size. When I asked him to take a photo with WMC who was then seated with him, he shied away. I then had WMC all to myself!
CSK used to be the steadier player in doubles during his prime but he was quite hot tempered and was often the dominant of the two partners. I'm sure he must have mellowed by now and enjoyed his game much more.
It is good to see him play again. Wonder whether he is still with KLRC or has he returned to BAM? Good Luck to CSK and his partner Ong Beng Teong, whom I thought is more a singles player.
CSK's contract with BAM ended on 31-Dec-2007
That's what I told CSK ... "On court, so fast. Off court, so slow".
Btw, CSK's contract with BAM ended on 31-Dec-2007.
Both CSK and Ong Beng Teong are coaches with KLRC now. Ong Beng Teong joined KLRC 1st, CSK early this year.