Lee Chong Wei ( 李宗伟 )

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  1. Triptens

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    Of course! Guess, I should say there are those who build but can not perfect it and then some one comes in, sees the missing link and connects the chain! Sometimes, one doesn't reap what they sow. But in LCW's case, he certainly reaps what he sows. Just look at the dedication he gave year in and year out!
     
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    Me too and during the breaks. He gave a lot of inputs.


    Like. Well said.
     
  3. TheSmasherKing

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    i agree... beside the coach, the player also need to be comitted to the game... lcw is the most comitted player in bam camp at the moment... no matter how good are the coaches, but if the player himself dont want to be success, then it wont work... im more concern with our back up player now... who can replace lcw? that's the most important thing... luckily with lcw success, malaysian kids now keep on dreaming of becoming the next lcw when playing badminton.. hehehe.. he's a legend to the malaysian future badminton talent... :)
     
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    Big congratulations to LCW,
    absolutely well played and thoroughly deserved to win the title :)
    Phenomenal and clinical performance!
     
  5. george@chongwei

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    Yeah, a very well deserved victory for LCW. He made the fans who cheered for him happy and the whole nation happy. Looks like he's ready big time for this. I can see both players was on top form yesterday. Surely worth to re-watch the match again.
    No misbun sidek= no problem. LCW still has ah teh siu bock to guide him to beat lin dan this time. Noticed Teh was speaking hokkien to LCW yesterday. Perhaps it's more easier to communicate p/s LCW knows hokkien.. hehe.
    21-17, 21-17 was the scoreline yesterday.;)
    Is it because he found 'DA RACKET' aka voltric 80 to beat Lin dan yesterday? Looks like the new racket is the weapon to beat lin dan yesterday..:D

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  6. george@chongwei

    george@chongwei Regular Member

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    george@chongwei Regular Member

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    He didn't disappoint us like our MD did. Yes, he BOLEH yesterday;)

    with coach ah Teh, and rashid.
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  8. george@chongwei

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    Thanks for the pics George.:D LCW trully deserve the win & congrats to him. Next target: World Championship 2011.:)
     
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    I don't know how many people will agree with me, but here's an observation of mine.

    I watched the match, and something kept pinging on my mind in the background: I have seen this style somewhere, but it is not LCW's style. It was almost like watching Taufik at times. The half-smashes to keep the bird down; cut out opportunities for LD to intercept; the net play; the cross-court smashes. But mostly the subtle changes of pace, taking the pace off the smash... that's what worked and that's what got LD in a twist many times. It sowed seeds of doubt in LD's mind, and contributed to the result.

    And where TH was always a half-step slower than LD or LCW in the past 2-3 years, LCW could match LD step for step.

    Well done, LCW!! :) I'm sure your friend is very proud of you!
     
  12. george@chongwei

    george@chongwei Regular Member

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    Yes, Lee chong wei should be more smart in the future. No need to play in small chilly padi tournament. Focus on the BIG one.
    It works though;)
     
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    Its now that TSB took MS place for that hug after victory........!! LOL
     
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    LCW did it with more finesse this time you were saying. Whereas, Taufik as great as he is could never seem to regain his physical fitness. LCW is super fit and dedicated therefore he persevered to collect and defend his AE!
     
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    YES, Look at this video for example;) enjoy..

    [video=youtube;Gw7gIqSXzl8]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gw7gIqSXzl8[/video]
     
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    Yep. Better strategy. More proactive; less reactive.
     
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    I've also noticed LCW made a lot of opposite retrieval of LIn dan's smash especially the 2nd set. Lin Dan didn't expect that at all actually.
     
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    congrats to LCW...I'm really enjoy the game last nite...
     
  19. george@chongwei

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    Oh give me a break... Since when LCW started playing small tournament? Or do you call Super Series as chilly padi tournament? How many SS LCW had won in 2010? In 2009? How many major tournament tittles in his bag? His career major titles? LD had 45 of them, the last one being Korean Open Super Series Premier! And now LCW had just added another major title to his bag, and he won the second super series premier, THE ALL ENGLAND super series premier! I am sure you are not that stupid to figure them out!!!
     

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