Msia Doubles World Champions

Discussion in '2001 Sudirman Cup / World Championships' started by Coconut Head, Jun 8, 2001.

  1. Coconut Head

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    msia pairs are going to thrash their Ina and Korean opponents

    tonite and one pair will become world champions!

    Oops, doctor have I been sleepwalking again?
     
  2. alv

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    no, you have to have your head examined......
     
  3. mbelinda

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    The Korean players are one stuborn and hard to tame players. The Indonesian too

    are too strong. I don't think Chew/Chan can beat them unless there is miracle

    which I'm looking forward too. I also don't think that the Indonesian players will

    give up so easily if they were to make it to the finals. Anyway, let us wish these

    four pairs all the best and go for it. They can be regarded as the world best and

    tops pairs haviing to come this far. I think ranking in terms of point collected

    doesn't make anyone champion all the time. Look what happen in this edition of

    WC. All the first seeded in the all categories bow out to their lower rank

    opponents.

    Malaysia Boleh !!!
     
  4. myc

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    i hope at least one m pair get into the final even if it may be unlikely.
     
  5. Byro-Nenium

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    Lee/Choong are about the strongest Malaysian pair around today, i remember the time when they beat both INA pairs at the Malaysian Open. Tony/Rexy and Candra/Eng
     
  6. myc

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    They just lost to Kim/Ha
     
  7. Bbn

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    Actually Chew and Chan led Gunawan and Halim most of the time and were on verge on upstaging them.Ina survived because of greater experience. I think a good doubles coach like Park is paying off.Chew and Chan may become another
    Cheah Soon Kit/Soo Beng Kiang/Yap Kim Hock and it will definitely revive interest in Msian badminton. Also with Lee Tsuen Seng.
     
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    Was it two years ago in the 1st round of the Malaysian Open that Chew and Chan upset the No.1 seeds and world no.1 Ha/Kim?
    Was that prior to Park's arrival?
     
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    That was last year, actually. Park was already around.
     
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    yeah i know but Kim/Ha had to really work for it
     
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