Yes, I've watched that game between Kendrick and Alamsyah and agree that Kendrick wasn't in the best of shape but even then, he should have won. Somehow his lack of fire and the desire to win were not his strong points at that time, whereas Alamsyah was hungry for success. Kendrick also did not display that keen desire in Melbourne as well. It is a pity that the ex-World Junior runner-up is not able to advance any further in his career and I think it has to do with Kendrick's mental attitude rather than his mere lack of physical fitness. Remember he could still last three games. Unless he is willingly to motivate himself and find meaning in what he is doing, to rid himself of all self-doubts and to regain the self confidence that he can do better, he probably will not be able to break that success barrier. He will not be able to bring himself up to meet the physical demands of any physical training programme to improve himself and he will probably carry it out as a dull routine without the attendant benefits which should accrue. The ability to break that mental barrier will free Kendrick from further handicapping himself. He will find that building up his physcial fitness, endurance and stamina will not be so difficult afterall! The Indonesian twins have proven that they can do it!