Wang Zhengming ( 王睁茗 )

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  1. kelana

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    The Results of Wang Zhengming and Tian Houwei Throughout 2015

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    The achievement records of both Wang Zhengming and Tian Houwei throughout the 2015 tournaments so far:

    WANG ZHENGMING
    - Victor Korea Open 2015: lost to Chen Long at R16, on Thu 9/17/2015
    - Yonex Open Japan 2015: lost narrowly to Hu Yun 21-10 19-21 18-21 at R32, on Wed 9/9/2015
    - TOTAL BWF World Championships 2015: lost to Lee Chong Wei at R16, on Thu 8/13/2015
    - Yonex Open Chinese Taipei 2015: lost to Lee Chong Wei at R16, on Thu 7/16/2015
    - BCA Indonesia Open 2015: lost to Kenichi Tago in straight at R16, on Thu 6/4/2015
    - The Star Australian Open 2015: lost to Jan O Jorgensen in 3 sets at Quarterfinals, on Fri 5/29/2015
    - Bonny China Masters 2015: Won the Gold medal at this GP Gold tournament on Sun 4/19/2015
    - Maybank Malaysia Open 2015: lost to Chen Long at Semifinals, on Sat 4/4/2015
    - Yonex Sunrise India Open 2015: lost to Takuma Ueda in straight at R16, on Thu 3/26/2015
    - Yonex All England Open 2015: lost to Takuma Ueda in straight at R32, on Wed 3/4/2015


    TIAN HOUWEI
    - Victor Korea Open 2015: lost to Chou Tien Chen 21-19 21-19 at Quarterfinals, on Fri 9/18/2015
    - Yonex Open Japan 2015: lost to Lin Dan at Quarterfinals, on Fri 9/11/2015
    - Yonex Open Chinese Taipei 2015: lost to Anthony Ginting in straight at R32, on Wed 7/15/2015
    - BCA Indonesia Open 2015: lost to Son Wan Ho in straight at R32, on Wed 6/3/2015
    - The Star Australian Open 2015: lost to Chen Long at Semifinals, on Sat 5/30/2015
    - Bonny China Masters 2015: lost to Huang Yuxiang at Semifinals, on Sat 4/18/2015
    - OUE Singapore Open 2015: lost to Hu Yun at Quarterfinals, on Fri 4/10/2015
    - Maybank Malaysia Open 2015: lost to Lin Dan at Quarterfinals, on Fri 4/3/2015
    - Swiss Open 2015: lost to Kazumasa Sakai in straight at R32, on Wed 3/11/2015
    - Yonex All England Open 2015: lost to Lin Dan at R16, on Thu 3/5/2015


    Both are just so so players so far, not convincing for me... they need to work much harder to improve themselves in order to reduce the losses against those rainbow color players beyond the Three Kings!!
     
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    what is going on in his head when facing LCW is what LCW is; when facing LD. brain freeZe
     
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    WANG ZHENGMING & TIAN HOUWEI both are not going to replace LD or CL.
     
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    Just lost to Kento Momota 1st round home tourney. Even without LCW in the fray for 8 months WZM couldn't break thru. Whilst CTC Kento and Tommy has shown improvements some what.
     
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    He seems to be getting worse. My friends from China say he is getting lazy at training.
     
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    I remember WZM was at a slightly higher level than Axelsen a couple of years ago, but Axelsen has gone on to improve his game, particularly his defence and net play, WZM has not improved a bit in every aspect of his game and his mentality is super weak. Whenever he comes up against LCW, WZM just folds over and lose without putting up any significant fight. If he continues chooses to be a whimper and not a fighter, I think China BA should just forget about him and give WZM's slot in the national team to another talented youngster a shot at international badminton scene.
     
  7. Justin L

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    WZM often has difficulty finishing off his matches, he lacks finishing power, so to speak, and that is a grave concern, in my opinion. I'm afraid his days at the National 1st Team are numbered, what with a couple of juniors coming up showing much promise, such as Shi Yuqi.

    WZM is now 25 years old already, born 16 Feb 1990, not young anymore for a CHN player. I can only hope he's another late bloomer when cumulative experience and maturity finally bring out the very best in him, becoming a steady and stable player consistently.
     
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    CBA needs a third MS for team events, and as long as he can beat other Chinese players out of CL and LD, they have to keep him in them 1. For the younger ones, they will stay in team 2 until they can beat him.

    Beside, he might loose easily against LCW, but he regularly goes into quarters and semis, and no young player can do this right now. He is disappointing, but in relation to the hope he gave us. Otherwise he is still a top 10 player.
     
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    True, at the moment, CHN is lacking a reliable, strong MS3.
     
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    That's why they should have given the juniors more exposure in tournaments internationally. SY could have been groomed last year along with LGP and even GK who gave JOG a tough fight.
     
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    I suppose you mean Shi Yuqi, as SY can refer to Sun Yu or someone else. To avoid confusion, either use full initials or better still the surname plus initials for Asians. Just a thought.Thank you.

    Seriously, if Shi YQ and other CHN juniors rise faster than we expected, WZM's position in the national team will be under threat. So would Tian Houwei's.
     
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    Sorry re the initials.
    The problem is the feeling of loyalty that the "management" has For the existing players. I must admit at one time I had the same thoughts about C Long. Why did they persist with him as LCW used to best him so easily that it became something of a joke. But that's what is happening in both WZM and THW. They are using the CLong and present LDan style of pay. But the CBA should realize that some can adapt quickly while others are set in their ways. X. Song is one who is lost in this way. He should be dropped now until he is ready. And some aspiring juniors brought in just in case they are needed. Like now
     
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    Wang zhengming and his girlfriend

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    We can speculate whatever we like, there is no incentive for him to play and train his butt out. A small window will open for him after LD's retirement this August.
     
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    If Wang Zhengming still doesn't improve his miserable standard now, I think CBA is better still giving this opportunity to a younger prodigy like Huang Yuxiang, Xue Song (when he recovers from his injury), Qiao Bin or other talented youngsters who show more fighting spirits in their game. Wang Zhengming's game has stagnant so badly that he used to be beating Axelsen a few years back, but Axelsen has improved his game so much, especially his defence and I think Wang Zhengming is no match for Axelsen now.
     
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    LMAO.....Loooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooool LooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooL.
     
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    Heart breaking news for Chinese Badminton fans.

    Wang Zhengming has been kicked out of the National Team.
     
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    Absolute waste of space
     
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    With the rise of some younger teammates, particularly Shi Yuqi, and to some extent Qiao Bin and Xue Song, there's virtually no hope for Wang Zhengming to come back to the national team, he's gone for good. That's the harsh reality, esp for CHN players.
     
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    Kicked out? What did he do?......link to article?
     

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