Post 2020 quality of Malaysian players

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  1. ibelieveindevil

    ibelieveindevil Regular Member

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    Polish international challenge
    Choong hong jian / toh yi wei champion XD
    Ng tze ypng champion MS
    Mun wei chong/tee kai wun champion MD
    Chang yee jun/chia weijie runner up MD
     
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    I am looking forward to see Ng Tze Yong in more tournaments in the future. In my opinion, he has the most potential out of the juniors, including Leong Jun Hao and Aidil. In Polish Open, he seems to be able to play long rallies and his gameplay is more mature than players his age (Malaysian of course). The only weak point that I can see is his smash and overall power, which is very soft and not pressuring enough. Maybe that is because of his style. If he builds more muscle like Zii Jia, he might be very promising in the future.
     
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    I saw Aidil play in that tournament. He has skills. But he is what I categorize as "greedy" always trying to kill a rally as soon as possible. A mistake will usually be followed by more mistakes. More experience will probably remedy this. In the meantime, we will continue seeing him losing to less skilled players
     
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    Aidil is definitely the smoothest player of all of them. Very good rallying style with good pace. His only problem is he smashes too little. Plenty of chance to kill and he decided to just do dropshots. Some muscle training and more paced shots might be good for him. His footwork is just so buttery smooth.
     
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