Ong Yew Sin/Teo Ee Yi

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  1. zatoino

    zatoino Regular Member

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    Shall we start discuss about this new pair which is formed last year?
     
  2. pajrul

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    why not
     
  3. Smautf

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    ...er, OK, I'll go first then. They won MD in the Bitburger GPG on Sunday



    in confident style. Look forward to seeing more of them.

    smautf
     
  4. Helix99

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    They can be a great MD pair behind Goh/Tan. It will give some motivation to them too.
     
  5. ngkt67

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    as a second MAS pair which will be helpful in upcoming Thomas Cup...
     
  6. Helix99

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    Yep, they are skillful too. Just need some more experiences and time to develop their game.
     
  7. ah_lim

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    TKS plays like KKK at the forecourt, with good racket skill and deceptive trickshot. OYS has a killer smash like TBH, the ability to execute powerful acute angle attack from baseline. Together they make a great combination and was very entertaining to watch. They beat England no. 1 pair in the first round of China Open, and almost beat 2nd seed from China Li/Liu today. I have a good feeling this pair will make top ten rank in near future, but they need to be more consistent, learn to maintain their concentration at the crucial points and improve on their game strategy. They are also brilliant with their fast exchange.
     
  8. ngkt67

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    however they need to be play like INA's Fajar/Rian, as this pair having good smashes and defences, and they almost beat Marcus/Kevin in AG finals...
     
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    I think this pair lack deadly smash.. my 2 cents.
     
  10. undeadshot

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    Agree, I think their weakness is lack of firepower from the matches I saw them. I suspect that is why the coaches came up with Aaron Chia/Teo Ee Yi partnership in the Thomas Cup.
     
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    however Teo Ee Yi more focus on front court, very fee to get oppotunity to smash...
     
  12. undeadshot

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    Yup, my point being Ong Yew Sin does not have a good smash to end the rally or force a loose return, which is why the coaches decided to drop him for the TC and get Aaron Chia instead, who has a powerful smash.
     
  13. ah_lim

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    The first time I saw Gideon and Kevin, they were small and skinny, and they lost out to the tall Danish in early round of all England. But they were feisty and brave. Fast forward one year later they came back and won the championship. OYS/TEY are still young and improving, a good coach can set them up in the right direction. I'm hoping rexy mainaky will take up the job.
     
  14. ngkt67

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    but the indonesia training methods are better than malaysia's, thus they are able to produce many potential and strong players that can win many championships, while malaysia's never had...
     
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    :( teo ee yi and ong yew sin....
     
  16. Gigabit

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    They have heart but dropped due to age?
     
  17. Leemarc28

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    Malaysia boleh.....
    World no 19 at the age of 26 dropped.
     
  18. ngkt67

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    BAM just kicked these pair which they are once capable to beat JPN Kamura/Sonoda...
     
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    They're definitely still young, hope they turn independent and topple the BAM pairs in world ranking.
     

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