Why is Chinese WS in decline?

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  1. bayanbaru

    bayanbaru Regular Member

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    "Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results."
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    antssantss Regular Member

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    Ho Ho. A very good explanation bayanbaru. Clever.
     
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    Paul Eric Hoyer Larsen is able to break the Chinese dominance in Women's Singles. Immediately after Hoyer was elected president in a highly contested election, the Chinese lost in World Championship in 2013 for the first time in god-knows-how-many years. Since the introduction of the new quota system (from three to two) by Hoyer in Feb 2014, Chinese dominance in Women's Singles has never recovered. Hoyer is very clever.
     
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    The Poor performance of Chinas WS Can and should be laid at the CBA's doorstep A change in the procedures surely cannot be the reason!! The wbf president is doing a good job in getting the game more popular worldwide.
     

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