Zheng Si Wei ( 郑思维 )

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  1. minions

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    Oh, sorry. I didn't check it. Still, that's quite a tall order. However, ZSW can possibly reach that feat.
     
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    Oh don't worry. I am sure the coaches will give always give him the BEST partner available like they always have. How can't he do that? He's their golden boy after all.
     
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    Not yet, but yeah I feel like zheng at 22 is better than zhang at 22.
     
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    ZN was All England, World and Olympic Champion at 22. Now, the OG part isn't quite a fair comparison as ZSW hasn't had the opportunity to compete there yet, but personally I don't see it that way. ZN/ZYL were very dominant overall at that time, only in 2013 and 2016 did they not win the biggest tournament of the year (WC and OG respectively)
     
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    The key difference is that while Zhang/Zhao has Owi/Butet and Nielsen/Pedersen as their main rival, I don't see any current pairs become Zheng/Huang's main rival. Still looking for any pairs that can challenge Zheng/Huang on consistent basis other than their compatriot, Wang/Huang.
     
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    To be fair, ZN had a fantastic XD partner as well when he was in his prime :D
    MD was a side note for him until 2014 or so, so it makes sense he didn't get the best partners then. Also, HYQ probably prefers playing with ZSW compared to Lu Kai, no? :D
    Anyway, I'd like to see the ZSW/ZN MD pairing. Even fits into the apparent Chinese team's philosophy of accomplished experienced players having to groom unexperienced ones :D
     
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    See, but that's exactly what irks me - there's simply not many great XD pairs around. ZN/ZYL had a few to compete with, and still came out on top, whereas now there doesn't seem to be any great, consistent competing pairs. Wang/Huang are still inconsistent. The Japanese arent great (yet) either....
     
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    Zheng/Huang will continue to dominate if it happens. But, I wonder if they can improve themselves under current state. I think they need a good rival that can challenge them so that they can continue to improve. I sincerely hope that Yuta/Arisa can challenge them on consistent basis. They have made real progress since last year. Also, INA pair can potentially challenge them. Richard, the INA XD head coach, said that he knows how to deal with Zheng/Huang. Praveen/Melati almost proves the coach's statement as the SF AE match suggested.
     
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    ZSW and HYQ have no real rivals to test them DEEP. To an extent, kinda like what Momota is in now. Not saying that the rest of the MS pool isn't up to par; they're there. Only it's not as the way when we had all the four kings playing in their prime.

    Meanwhile, ZN/ZYL had Ma Jin-Xu Chen, Pedersen-Fischer and Natsir-Ahmad. Let's talk about it.
     
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