Let's follow Lee Chong Wei to the 2011 All England SSP (Mar 08-13)

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    Game 1
    LCW-CL 21-17 (23 minutes)

    Game 2
    LCW-CL 6-5 (CL is still hanging on well)
    LCW-CL 9-5 (32nd minute)
    LCW-CL 9-6
    LCW-CL 11-6 (Interval at 35th minute)
     
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    Game 1
    LCW-CL 21-17 (23 minutes)

    Game 2
    LCW-CL 11-6 (Interval at 35th minute)
    LCW-CL 12-6 (The biggest points difference so far)
    LCW-CL 12-9
    LCW-CL 13-9
    LCW-CL 13-10
    LCW-CL 17-10 (LCW is extending the lead)
     
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    Game 1
    LCW-CL 21-17 (23 minutes)

    Game 2
    LCW-CL 17-10 (LCW is extending the lead)
    LCW-CL 17-11
    LCW-CL 18-11
    LCW-CL 18-12
    LCW-CL 19-12
    LCW-CL 19-13 (44th minute)
     
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    Game 1
    LCW-CL 21-17 (23rd minute)

    Game 2
    LCW-CL 19-13 (44th minute)
    LCW-CL 21-13 (46th minute)
     
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    Match over.

    Game 1
    LCW-CL 21-17 (23rd minute)

    Game 2
    LCW-CL 21-13 (46th minute)

    Let's look at some statistics;

    Game 1
    Smash Winners...LCW-CL 10-6
    Net Winners.......LCW-CL 5-6
    Clear Winners.....LCW-CL 1-5
    Others...............LCW-CL 5-Nil

    Game 2
    Smash Winners...LCW-CL 3-2
    Net Winners.......LCW-CL 2-4
    Clear Winners.....LCW-CL 12-5
    Others...............LCW-CL 3-2

    We can see that LCW was very aggressive with Smashes in Game 1. Although in Game 2, he changed his tactics to Clears, CL couldn't use them to win the rallies with his Smashes.

    Tomorrow, at the Finals, it would be different. The great Smashes from Lin Dan could cause LCW trouble.
    :):):)
     
    #45 chris-ccc, Mar 12, 2011
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    My guess: Lin Dan will win the final.
     
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    by the way, the fact that LD lost the second game could be alarming, right ?
     
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    No way. :):):)

    Lin Dan can relax in ONE of his games (be it the first or the second). But when it is the FINAL or DECIDING game, he would shift up a gear.
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    Doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure this out LOL .
     
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    any predictions ?
     
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    I didn't predict. :):):)

    But the results (as just finished):

    Game 1
    LCW-LD 21-17 (at the 23rd minute)

    Smash Winners
    LCW-LD 7-6

    Net Winners
    LCW-LD 6-2

    Game 2
    LCW-LD 21-17 (at the 52nd minute)

    Smash Winners
    LCW-LD 9-5

    Net Winners
    LCW-LD 5-5


    Congratulations to LCW !!! :):):)
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    well done LCW..
     
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    Congrats Datuk!

    Malaysia Boleh!
     
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    Congratulations

    First congratulations to LCW. He is slowly but surely catching up with LD. However, he must not stop as I believe LD will train even harder for the World Championships in London. LCW has to train even harder and try to improve from today's match.As for London Olympics next year,he has to make sure he limits his participation in tournaments as injury is the only barrier that will prevent him from performing well at the Olympics. The distance with LD is very close but for me personally LCW needs to train even harder until he can comprehensively beat LD.If he can improve by another 50% from today's match,a first World Championships should be no problem for him.
     
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    Congrats to DLCW!!!

    Although I miss the first half of the 1st game, I'm glad God woke me up in time to watch the rest of the exciting match.;) The rallies are damn good. How LCW managed to retrieve LD's killer shots is beyond me and I'm thoroughly entertained and satisfied. Next will be Sudirman Cup... LD will be looking forward for a revenge and hope LCW will come up with more variety in his deceptions cos surely now LD will study this match very closely.

    Again, congratulations LCW for enjoying the game (it really shows), keeping your mental intact throughout the match, maintain your coolness which is sooo amazing to see, and hope this year you'll grab as many biggie as you can. I'll be all behind you no matter what the outcome may be. Best of luck!;):D
     
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    Lee Chong Wei has won at the 2011 All England SSP

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    Lee Chong Wei has won at the 2011 All England SSP

    Now listing LCW's matches and scores played so far this year (2011);

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


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


    Korea Open Super Series Premier
    * 26-Jan-2011 Lee Chong Wei [1]-Jan O Jorgensen....21-9, 18-21, 21-16 (won in 54 mins)
    * 27-Jan-2011 Lee Chong Wei [1]-Park Sung Hwan.............21-14, 21-09 (won in 36 mins)
    * 28-Jan-2011 Lee Chong Wei [1]-Wang Zhengming (Q).....21-14, 21-19 (won in 37 mins)
    * 29-Jan-2011 Lee Chong Wei [1]-Du Pengyu....................21-10, 21-10 (won in 34 mins)
    * 30-Jan-2011 Lee Chong Wei [1]-Lin Dan [6]..........19-21, 21-14, 16-21 (lost in 74 mins)


    Malaysian National Circuit
    * 18-Feb-2011 Lee Chong Wei [1]-Loh Wei Sheng..............21-14, 21-10 (won in 30 mins)
    * 18-Feb-2011 Lee Chong Wei [1]-Kuan Kam Chung...........21-13, 21-15 (won in 29 mins)
    * 19-Feb-2011 Lee Chong Wei [1]-Muhd Syawal Ismail.......21-08, 21-13 (won in 26 mins)
    * 20-Feb-2011 Lee Chong Wei [1]-Chong Wei Feng [3].......21-16, 21-19 (won in 46 mins)
    * 21-Feb-2011 Lee Chong Wei [1]-Mohd Arif Abdul Latif......21-15, 21-16 (won in 35 mins)


    Indonesia Badminton Super League
    * 23-Feb-2011 Lee Chong Wei-Adi Pratama.......................21-14, 21-13
    * 24-Feb-2011 Lee Chong Wei-Dionysius Hayom Rumbaka...18-21, 25-23, 22-20
    * 26-Feb-2011 Lee Chong Wei-Chan Yan Kit......................22-20, 21-16


    All England Super Series Premier
    * 09-Mar-2011 Lee Chong Wei-Brice Leverdez [PFQ]...........21-09, 21-11 (won in 24 mins)
    * 10-Mar-2011 Lee Chong Wei-Bao Chunlai.......................21-16, 21-16 (won in 42 mins)
    * 11-Mar-2011 Lee Chong Wei [1]-Boonsak Ponsana [8].....21-15, 21-07 (won in 30 mins)
    * 12-Mar-2011 Lee Chong Wei [1]-Chen Long [5]...............21-17, 21-13 (won in 46 mins)
    * 13-Mar-2011 Lee Chong Wei [1]-Lin Dan [3]...................21-17, 21-17 (won in 52 mins)
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    I am happy for LCW.

    He should be really proud of this and become more confident in beating anyone.
     
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    Well, more and more BCers (including LCW himself) now believe that he IS the World No.1. :):):)
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