Congratulation -Przemyslaw Wacha - polish hero

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  1. drblade

    drblade Regular Member

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    Przemyslaw Wacha (from POLAND):) confirm this that he is one of the best players in the world:) after beat CHEN YU:):):)
     
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    Yes, congrats Wacha.Keep going.
     
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    Congrats.. keep it going.
     
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    he`s one of the best european players, after Gade and KJ !
     
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    Beat Chen Yu - yes, a remarkable achievement
    One of the best in the world - sorry mate, not even close
     
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    maybe drblade is 'indra' of poland:D
     
  7. OneToughBirdie

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    drblade is just too happy and excited that his countryman did well to beat out a #5 rank player from CHN...we understand that and are also happy for him...and for the health of badminton to grow, we need more players not just from CHN, MAS or INA, etc. :D
     
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    Didn't Wacha beat XXZ back in AE 2004, if I am not mistaken...:p

    But to call him a hero or one of the best in the world is somewhat exaggerated.:p

    Let's see if he can become the top European player once Peter Gade retires after OG 08.;)
     
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    no, I think XXZ lost to Richard Vaughan back then :) !
     
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    :( That sounds even worse for one of my favorite player XXZ...:crying::crying::crying: oh well, at least I have some of his matches before his injury after WC 2003.:p
     
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    My prediction...he will get silver in Beijing Olympics :)
     
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    Go for GOLD Wacha...or Indra, are you predicting the gold is for Taufik, hahaha!! LOL!:p:D
     
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    You got it right, man:D
     
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    hope more player will knock the chinese out hahaa...
    who will be next??
    lin dan? bao chunlai? chen hong? chen jin?
     
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    Wacha in the QF in an SS event. Wonder if this is a first for him...
     
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    Today Wacha proved that the win against Chen Yu was not the accident. He won against another Chinese player! Winning on the opponent’s home ground must be very sweet…

    But to be honest it should be mentioned that Chinese MS players are cracking under pressure here in the China Masters.

    Now there is only LD/BCL felt.

    But coming back to Wacha it is great to see him in the great form again. He had a slump in his carrier last years. I don't remember him winning any big match with top tier players for a long time.

    It looks like he regained his old form and I look forward him to become European Champion soon.

    Maybe Wacha wanted to prove something because recently in Poland there were voices that he is finished and he can't win anything serious internationally. These two wins proves how big potential he still is having. Beating two Chinese on their homeland during SS. Great achievement!

    Now Boonsak is waiting. He has great skills and soft touches. Wacha is very strong and fast.

    We will see tomorrow who prevails.

    Regards

    dzgdz
     
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    Oh my god, one win and all the Poles are here in full force...

    If he can win against Ponsana tomorrow, that might justify all the bragging.
     
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    Not just the Poles, this continuous win leave me no choice except to jump into the bandwagon, Wacha boleh!
     
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    This seems to be the culture of BC forum... most people are so bias towards their own countryman.:confused: Not many here are close to being neutral at all.

    Anyways, Let's go Wacha!!! I wouldn't mind a Lin Dan vs Wacha final in the China Masters...LOL.:D:D:D Now that is a must-have in my badminton video collection(if it ever happens:p) I would be laughing so hard if Wacha ends up beating LD in the finals, even though I am a Lin Dan fan as well.
     
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    I like the way you indirectly write off the might of CHN MS.Yes, it's plain easy to knock off 2 CHN MS in a row. CHN MS standard is slipping unaccountably...Even more impressive, Wacha's a Lone Ranger.
     

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