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Discussion in 'Malaysia Professional Players' started by jug8man, Jan 22, 2007.
but lcw is still there.. hanging in the balance.. 50-50 right now
but he predicted LCW won't win the ae too this time. let's see whether he's correct. nothing offensive u meant? yes, he's right to expressed his views and thoughts in the forum.. everybody can agree or disagree with that but then NO personal attack..
yes, swiss open is next.. they 'should' be able to defend their title there
Ok, enough about pemuda and all.. Get back to koo/tan.
Do you guys think they will win the swiss open next week?
yes, even cannot defend Swiss Open also never mind
dont kan cheong as well...
based on trend and analysis, our day will come...
I agree with this...
further more, its easier to predict failure than success...
For example if 4player have equal chances to win than each player has 25% to success.
To predict failure successfully - 75%
To predict WIN successfully -25%
Rexy, Koo, & Tan are going to have a nice cozy chat with BAM to look forward to when they return to MAS. Losing in 27 mins in the first round?! I'd like to hear their excuses.
Favourites Koo-Tan crash out in first round
FAVOURITES Koo Kien Keat-Tan Boon Heong crashed out in the first round of the All-England badminton championships at the National Indoor Arena here yesterday.
However, Gan Teik Chai-Tan Bin Shen and Choong Tan Fook-Lee Wan Wah surprised everyone by making it to the second round.
Top seeds and world number one Kien Keat-Boon Heong were sent packing 13-21, 11-21 by former world champions Jonas Rasmussen-Lars Paaske in just 27 minutes.
And the 2007 All-England champions walked out of court dejectedly.
National doubles chief coach Rexy Mainaky said the defeat proved that the unseeded Danish veterans had no respect for nor fear of the Malaysians.
Early exit: Malaysia’s Wong Mew Choo returning a shot to China’s Jiang Yanjiao during their first-round match at the All-England. Mew Choo lost 18-21, 9-21. — AFP
“Our pair were the favourites and had a better record against the Danes. But today, I give credit to the Danes for relying on their experience,” said Rexy.
“They showed utter disrespect for the Malaysians. They were fearless and went for broke from the start. They had a chance and fought all the way to win. This is what I want the Malaysians to learn.
“It is disappointing that Koo and Tan have lost in the first round. It, however, should not destroy their confidence. I hope they will learn from this and come out stronger.”
Kien Keat and Boon Heong were shell-shocked by their defeat.
“I just do not know how to describe this defeat. We were well-prepared but it was the Danes who put us under pressure from the start,” said Kien Keat.
“They kept pushing us in all departments and it really broke down our resolve. Boon Heong said the Danes held the upper hand in service.
“It was so difficult to anticipate their shots. I played badly too. They were more aggressive from the start and it rattled us,” he said.
While Kien Keat-Boon Heong were left to lick their wounds, independent players – Teik Chai-Bin Shen – saved the day when they exacted revenge on Hong Kong’s Yohan Hadikusumo Wiratama-Wong Wai Hong with a sensational 21-19, 21-19 win.
Said Teik Chai: “We lost to them at the German Open last week and it feels good to get the better of them here. Hopefully, we can keep our momentum going here.”
They will take on China’s Chai Biao-Zhang Nan for a place in the quarter-finals today.
Veterans and two-time All-England runners-up Tan Fook-Wan Wah played superbly to beat Taiwan’s Chen Hung-ling-Lin Yu-lang 21-16, 26-24 to set up a match with South Korean youngsters Cho Gun-woo-Kwon Yi-goo in the second round.
I dunno if what PEMUDA post was really what he meant but I am sure PEMUDA just wanna get some "DEBATE" inside BC....
Everybody seems very kan cheong abt LCW this AE, no need so kan cheong one.
In predicting KKK/TBH I forgot to add the factor you told in msn. But then, you also change2, make me confused.
sometimes what you heard might be true
esp. in msn....
Sorry ya, eagle must be getting old, what you mean by the underlined sentence
Must check 1st with a few other sources, cannot just take at face value.
Anyway, KKK/TBH trend will keep changing this year, along with the changes in doubles dept, harder to predict
hahahhaa.....dont kan cheong ok...
really sad now :crying::crying::crying:
so many Yo-YO
Huh? I not kan cheong leh. You telling yourself not to kan cheong is it?
I dunno how you observe the tournaments but by now should be able to see how things will go.
In Swiss, If Rexy go with KKK/TBH, different scenario. If Rexy dont go like last year, then different scenario.
why u guys have so big reaction?
the bog boss not yet voice out
where is the testimonia from prof.j?:crying:
when will prof.p back?:crying:
i would like to read the 'brilliant' opinion from them
I mean, it is easier to predict failure than success...
Like buying TOTO,
Yes, next up... NSC awaiting the report from BAM
haha..as i told u already. 'that factor' exist everywhere and everytime.. we just need to be smart enough to know.
What "factor", do please tell...
Also another thought: Rex, KKK, TBH's only redemption left is if Jonas Rasmussen and Lars Paaske end up winning this AE...