Lee Chong Wei ( 李宗伟 )

Discussion in 'Malaysia Professional Players' started by tbleong, Jan 8, 2007.

  1. george@chongwei

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    I hope when he grows up, he won't be blaming his parents for the fame he got:D
     
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    Nothing big. Had the translator translate his words correctly, the conclusion is that many teams treated this event less seriously than before by do not sending their best players.

    Just makes me wonder, how unserious the Malaysia team is by including the WR#1 MS player here, in the less important tournament? And add it to that list, their best MD and XD pairs too, together with the best player line-up they could had.
     
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    They were trying their very best to reach semi final

    to avoid whats happening now :D
     
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    Nicely said! :D
     
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    And that horrible terrible team loss splinted mr. ng's pant into two :D
     
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    you dont have to take team events seriously when your team is weak.. I'm with him this time... why waste time on this? better concentrate on individual events like MS in other competitions
     
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    Very acceptable post. But one little problem here is LCW spoke that many countries take this event less seriously now. It's okay to speak for your country, but to speak it for another country? Does he really know how other countries take this event or just based on personal opinion?

    In fact, Germany without their superstars players and Korea with smaller team (reasons why LCW said the other countries not that serious anymore) still have some fighting spirit to step further with such team. So is that true that Sudirman Cup is not that prestigious anymore like what he said really makes me curious.
     
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    Reason is china is too strong

    and when you combine their mens and ladies together

    what do you get? :D

    the brick wall of china lol

    the best part is those countries other than china

    came for the competition :)
     
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    Even based on your reason, the Korea team coach's post-match interview, despite been losing, still show some optimism and positiveness compare to LCW's.

    But i will stop here. Thanks!
     
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    LCW defeat WZM for the 16th time straight but only just. Age is catching up and the youngones are pushing harder.
     
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    WZM hed match point at 20-19 in the 3rd game and allowed LCW to take 3 points in a row and took the match at 22-20.
     
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    Just as in the AE 2013, LCW was lucky to 'escape' a first round crushing.
    It appears that LCW's stamina is not as good as it was three years ago and obviously he has to win in two games or face possible defeats. He was very good in the 2nd game but the rubber was a different matter. Hopefully his two coaches will impress on him this reality.
     
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    With all the chinese great wall big guns 'unfortunately' out of INA ss premiere, LCW stands a very good chance to win Ina open this week.
     
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    And he wins the indonesia open!
     
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    CongrZ to DLCW
     
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    can still pose like usain bolt, fastest human in the planet during his light jogging and running training ahead of wc.
    [​IMG]
     
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    what shirt is he wearing??
     
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    He is wearing either a back support or weights over his black t-shirt.
     
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    That's a strait-jacket! :eek: When did he qualify for one? ;)
     
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    What's a straight jacket? What is it for btw?
     

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