Maybank Malaysia International Challenge 2012 13-18 November 2012

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  1. limsy

    limsy Regular Member

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    no matter how people discredit cheah sister
    they are still the best ws in malaysia
    they always meet in local circuit final after beaten tee jing yi and co.
     
  2. ibelieveindevil

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    and thats very disturbing fact. nobody seems to be able to progress beyong second round in international tournaments.

    and i always wonder why florah ng keep redrawing from tournaments...
     
  3. gemini12

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    I think they got very bad publicity from the media. Media are not supportive toward them.
     
  4. limsy

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    try to search their result since they enter senior tournament
    then u will know urs 'fact' is 100% false

    and this is an international tournament:rolleyes:
     
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  5. limsy

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    4 down
    one to go
     
  6. Sandy

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    I considered WD is best chance because Chow/Lee were forced 3 sets by Maretha/Imma, however the beat their senior Lai Peijing also Shevon Jemie Lai.
    Wisnu as 2nd best chance, looking Hashim results on previous rounds aren't convincing wins.
    XD as least chance, Ong/Woon is new pair but they have much experiences especially Ong in XD.
     
  7. eaglehelang

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    Lydia perhaps as there was high expectations towards her. Media are more symphatetic towards Sonia as she is younger, has had bone infaction, results ok. For a time, TJY's results Internationally is better than Lydia.
    But coach Chi was critised left right center because WS results was not good, esp during 2012 Uber Cup. Our WD pairs at least fought hard & won, some against better pairs
     
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    The INA pair is young pair right? Havent seen them in SS, maybe GP. Ong & Woon are more experienced. Sandy is right in WD as having more chance as Chow MK/LMY are our young pair, just finished WJC this year. MS, well, see this Hafiz how, where he swing his yoyo
     
  9. badMania

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    Lukhi Apri Nugroho was the AJC XD Winner last year. So, he's only 20 this year. So too is Ririn Amelia (his former XD partner).
     
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    Time for him to hang up his racquets.
     
  12. george@chongwei

    george@chongwei Regular Member

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    Heard this from everyone since 2008 and now he is still playing badminton for MALAYSIA.
     
  13. badMania

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    YES! Team INA at least returns home with a title in the most coveted event, MS. Wisnu Yuli Prasetyo once again confirms his potential as he wins his first international title at IC level by beating the ex All-England winner 3-21, 21-19, 21-18! That will propel his ranking at least to the top 85 by nexy week!

    Wisnu's performance in 8 international tourneys this year:
    3 IC-level tourneys - WINNER at Malaysia IC, RUNNER-UP at Indonesia & Vietnam ICs
    1 GP tourney - R64 of Vietnam GP
    4 GPG tourneys - SF at Chinese-Taipei GPG, R32 at INA GPG, and R64 at Thailand & Malaysia GPGs

    I believe Wisnu will play in 2-3 more international event this year - Macau & Korea GPGs + either India IC or GPG.
     
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    Lukhi/Ririn was born in 1993,so,this year they only 19?

    Congratulation WISNU YULI!!!
    He is definetly the most promising young INA MS
     
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    But now MAS have LD and CWF to play 2nd and 3rd singles.
     
  16. ibelieveindevil

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    depends on how you said it... i never regarding any level 4 tournament as international, since it really lacks of any international publicity

    Tee Jing Yi: ZERO QF and above in all tournaments in the running year
    Sannatasha: ZERO QF and above in level 3 and above tournaments in running year. one QF (current malaysian IC) and one second place (finnish IS) in level 4 event
    Lydia Cheah: ZERO QF and above in all level 3 and above tournaments in running year. 1 champion(current malaysian IC) in level 4 tournament.
    ZERO GF and above in all level 3 and above tournaments in the running year. 1 semi final (current malaysian IC), and one runner up (dutch IC) in level 4 tournaments
    Yang li lian: ZERO QF and above in all level 3 and above tournaments in running year. 2 QF (current malaysian IC, French IC) in level 4 tournaments...
     
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    what u regard and what bwf standard is different.
    please check again since their senior stage
     
  18. limsy

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    congrats to wisnu and all mas winner.
     
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    lolx @ your facts.

    are you tellingme that wong chong hann is still a top malaysian thats is going to win a lot of trophies because he won a lot (maybe seven?) in the past. what happened in the past and now is totally different. the girls are not performing and they are not progressing into the last eight, and what happen years ago no longer matters
     
  20. naistav

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    Hafiz had just proved as true Yoyo. He slaughtered Wisnu at 1st set with 21-3 score, then leading at 2nd game with 9 points advantage (at 12-3) to finally lose.
    Wisnu need to evaluate why he can lost 1st game very tamely.
    Anyway, congratulations.
     

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