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Discussion in 'Malaysia Professional Players' started by nokh88, Jun 29, 2017.
correct, they just get runner up, that's 3 in a row for MAS md players...
Congratulations to MAS mixed team for winning a 'SILVER' medal in Commonwealth Games 2018...
Yeah, congrats for losing and becoming a disappointment again.
I have said it that MAS will be No.2 no matter what.
Cheam June Wei, 3 tournament finals this year and has yet to win a title. Let's see how well he can do tomorrow in Dutch International.
Unfortunately, LJH is still young and rather unpredictable, losing in R1
Gold to DLCW. Congrat.
Someone has to tell Lee Zii Jia to control his emotions and not make arrogant gestures after winning despite being completely unprovoked. It was an unconvincing match from him, Vittinghus looked completely wasted and out of stamina towards the end of Game 2.
A player should be arrogant and not respect a higher ranked opponent too much during the match in order to perform well, but that does not mean that he should disrespect his opponent after winning and rub their victory in his opponent's face.
and then hope someone please make the MD get more consistency and maintain strong, do not just win 1st game but lose whole match (2nd game and 3rd game)...
Hey, no worries, Malaysia did well in reaching the knockout stage.
That could have been difficult had they been drawn in group B or C.
Now team management and media find comfort in the young singles players - because they didn’t perform as poorly as they had feared.
They seriously mention that Jun Hao kept his nerve versus ALGERIA. Also praised Zii Jia for his victory against Vittinghus. It was Vittinghus who self-destroyed, not Zii Jia who beat him.
A totally ridiculous selection in the doubles backfired big time. Boe/ Christiansen targetted Aaron big time according to the commentators and he was a sitting duck throughout the tournament.
And then once and for all Iskandar is NOT a talent in anyway.
......and again... like business as usual for BAM.....we will have to routinely wait for another 28 years (in 2020)....... to try and capture the next TC since the last time that we won was like carbon dated back during the post jurassic era......that was in 1992 BC......
Congrats to the Malaysian tht just won the Uber Cup!
Japan waited for 37 years to recapture the Uber Cup. All through hard work. I believe Malaysia can too.
Then we need to wait for 37 years
Decentralisation can help BAM produce more quality players
PETALING JAYA: A one-stop centralised training elite centre is not working for badminton anymore.
Former Olympic Council of Malaysia (OCM) secretary Datuk Sieh Kok Chi believes decentralisation is the way to go if Malaysian badminton aim to produce future world beaters.
Japan, Thailand, Denmark and Indonesia are producing results because of their productive club systems.
The 80-year-old Kok Chi said the Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) national set-up – which he described as “too centralised” – needed change following their below-par results in international tournaments, including the recent uninspiring Thomas Cup quarter-final defeat in Bangkok.
“I’ve always believed in decentralisation. It gives more options. There are better chances of getting 1,000 good ones than banking on one centre,” said Kok Chi, who retired after serving the OCM for 25 years.
“The problem lies with the existing system as it’s too centralised. Either you make the national team or you can forget about representing the country.
“There are many talented players out there. The best player may not necessarily come from the national team – there could be someone from Gua Musang too!”
Kok Chi said the state sport councils, state badminton associations and independent clubs have pivotal roles to play in helping to build a larger pool of talents – under BAM’s supervision.
The national body should function as a regulatory body and leave the grooming of talents to the states or clubs.
“BAM should not be the one producing players. They are supposed to source for funding, coordinate and let the states and clubs run the show,” said Kok Chi.
“I would like to see the state BAs and even the state sport councils doing their part. At the moment, they don’t seem to have an organised development programme and rely on players from sports schools to represent the state when it comes to national level competitions.
“They should not touch the school players but find and train new talents instead.
“They should hold trials and tournaments to encourage participation from the masses, especially school leavers, who often disappear from the radar.
“The pathway to become a national shuttler must go beyond the sports schools,” he said. And Malaysia only have two prominent sport schools for badminton – in Bukit Jalil and Bandar Penawar.
Read more at https://www.thestar.com.my/sport/ba...ity-players-says-kok-chi/#HFUURtXQcukcewKj.99
Thoughts on this?
In a recently concluded Czech Open Malaysian Player Tan chee tean has participated .
Unfortunately, he died in a car accident in Brno.
The doubles specialist was killed in a car crash in Brno after competing in the Czech Open.
When the incident took place, Chee Tean was said to be travelling to Austria with two other shuttlers, including Austrian Antoine Meinke, whom he had recently formed a partnership with for the mixed doubles.
found this video as recent Chinese Taipei Open, Lee Zii Jia trailed behind in 2 sets, end up nailing both sets and win the match, this prove never give up yet as long as the game is not yet over...
Looking at the result of U15/U17 Asian Junior, we can see that there are still MD specialist in Malaysia. U15 MD winner is the well-known and promising Justin/Fazriq, which has been performing well in domestic tournaments. The other is U17 winner Desmond/Arif, which I never heard before.
Plenty of promising talents, I hope they can become better in the future.
Hmm cheam jun wei is in dutch 100 finals
don't forget Fazriq is son of legend Razif Sidek...
That was an uflattering performance from him in the second half of both G1/G2 but I have to give him the credit for making a big comeback from a few match points down, to winning 21-10 in G3. Hopefully he will be lucky tomorrow.
At least it is good now to see more MS MAS representative in later stage of the tourney.. more to come please...
MD is still grey area..