Will Chen Long repeat his winning form against Lee Chong Wei in the Final...?

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  1. apontoh

    apontoh Regular Member

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    I agree with robin, i think LCW will defeat CL..

    In a year's time, could we see the "4 Wangs" dominating women's singles? WL, WYH, WSX & WX
     
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    It is possible for the 2 Wangs (Wang Lin and Wang Yihan) to dominate the women's singles event in one year time. However, it is not possible for the other 2 Wangs (Wang Xin and Wang Shixian) to do so, but, maybe in 3 to 4 years time. For your information, Wang Shixian is still in the second team (China Youth Team). You must know how competitive is women's singles field in China :D Actually I like Wang Xin's style of play, but as you know, Li Yongbo dislikes shorty, so my guess eventually she may be ended up having the same fate as Jiang Yanjiao :( Today final, Wang Xin v Wang Shixian would be a very tight match. Wang Xin is going to fight for her first title here whereas Wang Shixian is going to fight for this title in order for her to enter the first team. Both have different goals :D We cannot call them teammates because they are trainned in different team :p We can only call them senior and junior :D
     
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    despite all of lee cw's shortcomings, i have no doubt that he will defeat chen long today for his 2nd consecutive title.
    he is the best out thr and 2nd only to Super Dan.
    like he is the division 2 top dog while lin dan is in a league on his own.
     
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    I guess that explains why we don't see her play in as many international tournaments as Wang Lin & Wang Yihan?

    This is not fair to Jiang Yanjiao as she is as talented as those two girls. In fact, I believe she beat both Wang Lin & Wang Yihan multiple occasion. Correct me if I am wrong but she still has better head-to-head records against the two Wangs.
     
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    Bao Chunlai also beat Lee Chong Wei in 2007 Malaysian Open to get to semi-finals.
     
  6. extremenanopowe

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    While he is whipping. I am off to KL... food galore... ;)
     
  7. suetyan

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    yes, Jiang Yanjiao is always a teammates killer :p
     
  8. george@chongwei

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    no doubt chong wei will win this:cool:
    ehhhehe
     
  9. zqloy

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    CL's standard is not even the likes of BCL and CJ yet. Needs 3 sets to beat TCS, a guy having problems even getting to the main draw in every tourney...
    Got a free baddy lesson from LCW this time lol.
     
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    There's still wide gap between the world #1 and former world junior champ...And Chong Wei won 21-16 ; 21-9.
     
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    yes, he's totally getting 'whitewashed' in the 2nd set though..lol:D:D
     
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    no wonder Taufik said CL still got lot to learn!
     
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    Wait a year, and he'll be demolishing players :)
     
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    Wait 15 years, he will get demolished by everyone else. I can say the same. You get the point right, no one cares about the future.Only present.
     
  15. huangkwokhau

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    Come on guys...Chen Long is China's future and he will be getting better...of course since more people are aware of him.....Du Peng Yu is the next, the rest are not as good as CL or DPY.....
     
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    how abt gong weijie?
     
  17. huangkwokhau

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    in 2007, GWJ was about to play Double only...he got better but not to CHN/s standard...I believe that next year, we may not see him more as well as Qiu Yan bo/Wen Kai or Zhou Wen Lung...CHN will prioritize Chen Long and Du peng Yu to main team....
     
  18. volcom

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    Only ignorant people, blinded by short-sightedness refuse to invest in the future.

    So let's don't care about the environment now and pollute it, cos no one cares about the future?
     
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    But at least GWJ can beat PG, QYB hasn't do anything of note at all.

    Lu Yi has been the worst... they prolly cannot be at the standard of Chen Yu, or Zhu Weilun..
     
  20. huangkwokhau

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    Yes...LuYi is still young..now Chen Long and Du Peng Yu is CHN's number 4 and 5...good news that China has Badminton League, at least they will be playing there...it is more difficult now fr CHN players to play for other countries ( including to HKG...still some chinese players are only sparring but not allow to play for HKG...sad..)..
    For QYB, I had been told that he beat most of his teammates though....at least, he will be part of badminton league...
     

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