Choong/Lee...wow

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  1. Cheung

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    According to this information

    http://www.baofe.co.uk/events/horizon/110897649403ibzz054l00005.htm


    Choong and Lee beat Trikus and Halim!!


    4-15 7-15 {28minutes

    Now that's what I call a convincing scoreline.

    An exciting Q/f against Eriksen/Lundgaard Hansen beckons. Hope to see some fireworks in this game. (If I ever get to watch it)

    Lee likes to pump his fist up during a game, sometimes at the opponent. I wonder what Eriksen's response will be......:)
     
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    stands a very good chance to advance further...:)
     
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    Cheung,

    I was at the All England on Thursday the whole day, and see that very game. Trikus seemed very off, and was playing far to many hold and lift shots, the malaysians were just killing it off. But, they had a good little run, and hope to see them compete again soon.

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    Choong & Lee lost to Eriksen & Lundgaard (top seed) in the quarter-finals. It was a good run. Malaysia's best chance for the doubles were Chan & Chew but injury ruled them out.
     
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    It was a great show by Choong/ Lee anyway.... hope they will keep it up!:)
    Chang/Hong were a major disappoinment... can't be relied upon as national second pair.
    Yap Kim Hock should now focus on his 2 junior pairs who recently being promoted to the senior ranks. These pairs urgently need to be moulded into world beaters to bridge the gap between Chan/Chew, Choong/Lee and the rest.
     

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