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Discussion in 'Chinese Taipei Professional Players' started by limsy, Jun 19, 2010.
TTY back to WS # 1
Good news for TTY's fans, her former coach is back with her preparing for Tokyo. Lai chien-cheng had resigned and no longer be the head coach of the Taipei badminton team. It is of no coincidence that TTY'S performance have been below par after the split. Her chances of winning a has improved.
Good news for TTY's fans, her former coach is back with her preparing for Tokyo. Lai chien-cheng had resigned and no longer be the head coach of the Taipei badminton team. It is of no coincidence that TTY'S performance have been below par after the split. Her chances of winning a medal has improved.
Very interesting insight. I haven't read anything about her coach resigning in the first place. When did that all happen?
You can find the news report by Liberty Times Net dated October 3 but only in Chinese. He verbally announced his intention to resign during the China Open in September and submitted his resignation in writing on October 3. My guess is it is easier for him to coach TTY than dealing with the responsibilities that come with being the number one guy.
But that means that there was no significant timeframe in which he didn't coach TTY, right?
Don't really understand your concern. There got to be a different being a team head coach and TTY personal coach.
so if i mention her abs, you will show your education that women can have it)
Coach gives up head coach position and then TTY wins in Denmark.
Is that a coincidence?
And either it was just me, or she really did look somehow happier and more "in the zone" on court compared to many previous appearances this season.
Somehow it feels nice to have our queen back on track
above is just a gif to make this post not total OT. Below is something personal
my dream is usually a mess, no logic. A lot of time, i dream that i was stuck in school, classmates are mix of high school classmate, college friends and neighbour. When i wake up, most of details fade away in my memory.
last morning was the first time i had something badminton in my dream. A class with 2 doors in the right. I think all of my class, doors always in the right. Tai sit next to me. Seem like only us notice those chinese ghosts (ghosts with chinese costume) keep walking in a row near the door (they were inside the class), from other door to main door. We talked abt those ghosts and something i dont remember, mostly tai speak. A teacher whom i dont remember her face if i know her or not, keep warning us no speaking.
Considered dialing down the drugs a bit?
That got me laughing alone for a good minute... that's one funny dream and quite interesting.
Not at all
TTY withdrew from HKO.. Speedy recovery TTY, rest well.
TAI BOWS OUT WITH KNEE INJURY
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 2019
TEXT BY DEV SUKUMAR | BADMINTONPHOTO
A left knee injury that Tai Tzu Ying picked up at the French Open put paid to her campaign in the semifinals of the Fuzhou China Open 2019 today against Nozomi Okuhara.
The top seed retired during the mid-game interval of the third game, with Okuhara leading 19-21 21-12 11-6. The Japanese, who is in her sixth final of 2019, will have the opportunity to pick up her first title of the season when she takes on either Chen Yu Fei or Michelle Li.
The first semifinal lasted 53 minutes – most of it showcasing Tai’s versatility in shot-making, and equally, her profligacy. The world No.2 was generous in gifting away points, many of it hard-earned, with shots wide of the lines. While Okuhara was her steady, consistent self, she would have been heartened by the sheer number of points that her opponent leaked.
Yet, it was quite a tribute to Tai’s abilities that she did manage to edge past Okuhara for the first game, having clamped down on her mistakes at the end. But the errors continued to mount in the second game, and the first hint that something was not all right with her physically came when she let a net shot fall unchallenged.
“It’s my knee, I haven’t feeling good since the French Open. The injury has persisted this week, and I have not been playing in my best condition here,” said Tai.
“I need to rest but there was no gap so I did not have time to let my knee rest and recover. I got a week after the French Open before coming here. It’s very painful and I’m afraid of aggravating it.”
Tai confirmed she wouldn’t play the Hong Kong Open next week.
Okuhara said she wasn’t too happy at having made the final in this manner.
“I’m not happy right now but I will try to win tomorrow. Every time I want to get the title, but maybe I think too much. Maybe I should approach it with lesser expectations and not focus on winning the title. I will try a simpler approach.”
There was another fitness scare in the second match, when Zheng Si Wei had a nose bleed after the first game. After being tended to, however, Zheng didn’t skip a beat as he and Huang Ya Qiong powered past Goh Soon Huat and Shevon Lai Jemie, 21-16 21-10.
The Chinese are in line for their seventh title of the year.
Lol... CTC wasn't taking it easy on her...
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Wow nice find!
Just goes to show the power differential between MS and WS...despite TTY’s amazing shot quality, as soon as CTC starts smashing she gets further and further behind.