Tai Tzu Ying ( 戴資穎 )

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  1. chris-ccc

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    5 more points were offered if PAWing for Sizhuka Uchida

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    Yes, my picking percentage is usually around 50-50. :eek::eek::eek:

    Sometimes, I PAWed for players with more points offered/given.
    Sometimes, I PAWed for players whom I think could win.

    When I PAWed for Tai Tzu Ying in her last match, I was thinking that she was in better form than Sizhuka Uchida; even though 5 more points were offered if PAWing for Sizhuka Uchida.
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    You are getting to point. That's what my think about.
    Anyway, hope to see her making great progress when she's growing up. Not just contrary.
     
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    Taiwan does not have a permanent "National Team" infrastructure , TTY is just attending a normal high school.
    It will be difficult to get the intensive training even she wants to.
     
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    looks like the 1st time 1st seeded 16 years old girl lost in the 1st round
    T.T
     
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    2010 Vietnam Open GP: Wonder if TTY was not fit enough?

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    In the 3rd game, there was quite a big score difference; Tai Tzu Ying 7:21 Gu Juan (Singapore).

    Wonder if TTY was not fit enough? :confused::confused::confused:
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    the 1st senior ws she beat from china yesterday
    the former wc,lu lan
    it is a great achievement for her
    hope that she can steal a set from wang xin today,at least
     
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    Congratulations to Tai Tzu Ying !!!

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    Congratulations to Tai Tzu Ying !!! :):):)

    And Inthanon Ratchanok is closely behind (in 24th position).

    IMHO, TTY and RI should be able to reached the World Top 15 by the end of this year (2011). Looking forward for them to appear in the 2012 London Olympic Games.
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    Saw her against Saina in AE. She lost but she certainly has a lot of potential. Good shot maker but lots of errors. If she can have some good training on her footwork the errors will reduce & she will get much better results.

    Didn't read this thread before I saw her, didn't know she was so young.

    As others have said she may struggle to step up to the next level, remember Cheng Shao Chieh was very good when she came on the scene, but due to lack of formal & structured training didn't make the progression she could have done.
     
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    cheng get serious injury after 2005 wc i remember

    yup,congrats to tai,hopefully she will win the wjc in taiwan this year!
     
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    this year,she won against
    zhu lin,wang xin(today),maria ky

    last year,she won against
    lu lan,bae youn joo,salakjit ponsana

    not even ratchanok had beaten 3 senior ws from china
     
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    ..so, with those impressive feats, when do you think Tai TY will finally lift at least a GP level winner's trophy, which Ratchanok has already secured in her bagpack?..do you think she'll do it @ this yr's U.S. Open GPG? or Canada Open GP (if she participates)?..:cool:
     
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    Her name's down for the Canadian Open. TPE sending a super strong team
     
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    unlike ratchanok
    tai mostly participate in super series event
     
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    What's that supposed to mean?

    Isn't it down the that country's national association to decide which tournaments they want to send their players? It looks like TPE badminton association has lots of $$ to send their players everywhere. THA might be more selective.
     
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    chinese taipei is club base,like japan
    its depend on club to send
    only team or major event coutry BA to invovle
     

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