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Discussion in 'Malaysia Professional Players' started by tbleong, Jan 8, 2007.
Congratulation LCW. hope u can maintain and do it again in OG
Guys,so it is public?
they are wei-choo..?God,i love this couple..
When will kkk has one?i mean yang serius la
It is just nice and perfect post,whatever.
(feel awkward to call u that name)
Just to celebrate, I composed this little picture.
It's nice except the words are too small.
Hrm my browser encounter some problem, so I saw my post being posted in hong kong open 2007 thread ( I was previously browsing that page ) so I edited the reply, then only I discover it was in the right place, and the picture have gone.. so I am now reposting the picture.. Sry..
Here you go.. with a bigger font.. but the yonex... hrm.. who cares.
I moved your post to the correct thread. That's why you couldn't find it in HK Open thread.
I still think the name is too small!
ya..i know but i like it
Maybe not only one..
wwow, thanks for the wondeful picture, dude
what if she prove u wrong and she did it?
congratulations to lee chong wei for winning the mens single title of the aviva singapore open 2008!!!!
he was on fire yesterday and teach ss a badminton lesson
Shuttler Chong Wei scores a first in lopsided final
KUALA LUMPUR: National number one Lee Chong Wei gave a show of class to emerge as the first Malaysian to win the Singapore Open men's singles title at the republic's indoor stadium yesterday.
The world number two and top seed Chong Wei took only 29 minutes to crush Simon Santoso of Indonesia 21-13, 21-5 in one of the most lopsided men's singles finals in a Super Series event.
And Mohd Zakry Abdul Latif-Mohd Fairuzizuan Mohd Tazari made it a more memorable outing for Malaysia by winning their first career men's doubles title – beating compatriots Gan Teik Chai-Woon Lin Fui 21-18, 21-17 in the final.
Lee Chong Wei is congratulated by fans after winning the men's final against Simon Santoso of Indonesia. – AP
The day belonged to Chong Wei, who only faced some resistance from Simon for the first five minutes of the match. A 15-0 lead in the second game underlined Chong Wei total domination of the match.
“It was a good win for me. I remember, I was in the final here in 2004 but I let slip the chance to win the title then (losing to Kenneth Jonassen of Denmark). This time, I got it right,” said Chong Wei in a telephone interview from Singapore yesterday.
“I did not anticipate taking a huge lead against Simon. But I did not look down on him despite leading 15-love. I just stayed focused.
“The win does give me some confidence ahead of the Olympic Games. But I do not want to be over confident. There is so much work to be done to be better for the Beijing Olympics in August.”
Meanwhile, Chong Wei has decided not to move on to Jakarta for the Indonesian Open, which starts on Wednesday. The others who also withdrew are Wong Choong Hann and Wong Mew Choo.
that's an easy win for him
he just punched his fist, and didn't even jump in delight
guys, may i know where i can view the latest world ranking and super series ranking?
can lee chong wei be number one this week?
Misbun didn't even have a word with him during the 11 point mark...so calm. Hendrawan did have a long chat with Simon though.
He is the Ultimate Machine ! A class above every singles player right now.Misbun knows he is a gem - no need to push him, hence he did not even have to tell him anything in the break. It was Misbun's way of saying there is no need to coach LCW in that game. It was a perfect 10!
With this performance....it makes misbun......speechless...............