Let us follow Lee Chong Wei to the 2011 Korea Open Premier Super Series

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  1. SibugiChai

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    seems like datuklee is on fire...
     
  2. undeadshot

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    Park Sung Hwan just simply ran out of ideas to face LCW and made a zillion unforced errors. Plus Park has a really weak smash. Good job LCW!
     
  3. chris-ccc

    chris-ccc Regular Member

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    Listing LCW's matches and scores since the start of this year (2011)

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    LCW was definitely on fire. :):):)

    Now listing LCW's matches and scores since the start of this year (2011).

    Super Series Masters Finals
    * 05-Jan-2011 Lee Chong Wei [1]-Nguyen Tien Minh...........21-12, 21-17 (34 mins)
    * 06-Jan-2011 Lee Chong Wei [1]-Jan O Jorgensen.............21-13, 21-13 (35 mins)
    * 07-Jan-2011 Lee Chong Wei [1]-Peter Hoeg Gade [3/4]....21-14, 21-12 (28 mins)
    * 08-Jan-2011 Lee Chong Wei [1]-Boonsak Ponsana [3/4]...21-17, 21-18 (43 mins)
    * 09-Jan-2011 Lee Chong Wei [1]-Peter Hoeg Gade [3/4]....21-09, 21-14 (43 mins)


    Malaysia Open Super Series
    * 19-Jan-2011 Lee Chong Wei [1]-Tommy Sugiarto............21-17, 21-18 (43 mins)
    * 20-Jan-2011 Lee Chong Wei [1]-Hu Yun........................21-06, 21-09 (23 mins)
    * 21-Jan-2011 Lee Chong Wei [1]-Nguyen Tien Minh [8].....21-15, 21-16 (40 mins)
    * 22-Jan-2011 Lee Chong Wei [1]-Chen Long [3]...............21-09, 21-09 (39 mins)
    * 23-Jan-2011 Lee Chong Wei [1]-Taufik Hidayat [2]..........21-08, 21-17 (37 mins)


    Korea Open Premier Super Series
    * 26-Jan-2011 Lee Chong Wei [1]-Jan O Jorgensen......21-9, 18-21, 21-16 (54 mins)
    * 27-Jan-2011 Lee Chong Wei [1]-Park Sung Hwan..............21-14, 21-09 (36 mins)
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  4. george@chongwei

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    he just beat wang zheng ming of china in 2 sets.
    a lot to learn from the chinese youngster..

    i think lcw came back from behind to beat WZM 21-19 in the 2nd set.
     
  5. undeadshot

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    Wang Zhengming will beat LCW one day... we will see it when the day comes. But not today! :p
    Okay, so LCW is through to the SF, up against Du Pengyu of China. Their H2H record is 3-0, in favour of LCW.

    http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/r...-41A2-BC3E-CB57133E64CC&t1p1=50152&t2p1=55380

    LCW won their first two meetings in straight games, but most notably was last year's Malaysia Open, where LCW escaped after losing the first game. The score was 21-23; 21-17; 21-14.

    Conclusion : Du Pengyu might be tougher than Wang Zhengming. LCW should not give any leeway.
     
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    Wow, 3 Chinese youngsters get to play LCW in this tournament!

    Poor Tago, I think he must be spent after engaging CL for 80 mins.
     
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    Would you call the CHN match fixing cheating?
     
  8. Tommy Susanto

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    BCL needs a major operation on both knees, whereas CJ has got a bad waist which also requires an operation, CJ is younger he can only prepare for one tourney at most, i doubt he can play like LCW consistently one tourney after another:p
    How ironic it is just thinking about it a few years back, when LYB shouted at LCW "break his legs" before? or during? the WC's quarterfinal match between LCW and BCL:D
    LYB who's is breaking who's leg NOW;) God did:crying:
     
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    Gosh how could LYB be so mad shouting to break opponent's legs??

    LYB must be mad!Even if you cant beat LCW in court, there is no need to threaten like that.

    Any idea what led to that?Did LCW irritate LYB??
     
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    Tomorrow semi would be interesting.

    LCW is sure to beat DP and LIn dan is sure to beat Simon.

    Waiting eagerly for a LCW-LD clash, guess who will win??
     
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    lol
    even tsb(the coach who follow lcw to korea) say chen jin is not ready to meet lcw,so dpy won==
     
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    I can explain sth to you but only by Pm, pls indicate if you are interested.

    If I answer you here it will create a war.
     
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    The Lee Chong Wei [1]-Wang Zhengming (Q) match

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    It's a pity that I was unable to follow the progressive scores for this Lee Chong Wei [1]-Wang Zhengming (Q) match. :eek::eek::eek:

    Following the progressive score is like following a Chess match. The progressive scores can show the flow of a match via the players' state of mind, that is; their upsurge, stability, determination, deterioration, etc, ...... as the match progresses.

    Anyway the final results from tournamentsoftware show;

    Lee Chong Wei [1]-Wang Zhengming (Q)......21-14, 21-19 (37 mins)

    Well Done LCW !!! :):):)

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    Cheating is too strong a word to be used

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    Perhaps, cheating is too strong a word to be used. :):):)

    Let's just say that CHN can pick and choose (as they organise themselves) which of their 6 players to face LCW.

    BTW, the 5 players in LCW's top half of the draw are strong players. namely;
    1. Chen Long [4]
    2. Chen Jin [5]
    3. Bao Chunlai [8]
    4. Du Pengyu
    5. Wang Zhengming

    And if all of the above fail, Lin Dan [6] gets to come in. ;););)
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    It's only a figure of speech

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    When LYB yelled to his player facing LCW to break LCW's legs, he was yelling from court-side during the match.

    But it's only a figure of speech. :):):)
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    chris, do you know that you can always get the progressive score back from tournamentsoftware by clicking that little graph icon on the right of the score.
     
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    Well in the 2nd set Wang was leading all the way till 19-19. at half time it was sth like 11-7 or sth.
     
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    If I answer you here it will create a war

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    Hahaha... Yes, some of our BCers do enjoy creating a war. :D:D:D
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    Learning something new everyday

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    Thanks AlanY and eaglehelang. :):):)

    I didn't know until you told me about it here. In the past, I have spent so much time posting progressive scores before the LiveScores disappeared. :eek::eek::eek:

    Learning something new everyday. :):):)
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