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    Posted: 09/30/2010 at 11:31pm
I think Japan has just found another Hao Shuai....the serve receive, the amazing BH blocks and FH sidespin is just sooo similar... LOL  Another thing I like a lot about him is that he plays with so much control...  would be so interesting to see what happens when he actually meets Hao Shuai himself in a match...
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Except Chan has respect from the head coach, unlike Hao.
Done with penholding...
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Originally posted by liXiao liXiao wrote:

Except Chan has respect from the head coach, unlike Hao.


nobody in this forum knows what  LGL thinks about hao, how somebody in this forum  knows that hao suai has no respect for his coach?,this is BS of the month,next thread will be if hao shuai likes pepsi or coke or maybe  ZJK  likes brunnetes or redheads, damm thought i ve seen everything
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You cannot ''find'' a player.

It takes a lot more than 10 years to ''make'' a player.




Edited by Oliver - 10/01/2010 at 12:12pm
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every chinese native i have known that plays table tennis "knows" that LGL does not like Hao Shuai. (pay attention to the quotes, so that you dont lash out at me)
 
It's like a common knowlege to them. Same thing for Chen Qi, except the opposite. LGL really really likes Chen Qi, even though he has never done anything amazing. That's why, at some events, Chen Qi will just be there, and nobody knows why. While at the same time you havent seen Hao Shuai in the past 4 or 5.
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One result does not make a player..
Like the great King Cantona once said, "Form is temporary. Class is permanent"
Only time will tell whether Chan Kazuhiro will be a top world player. From what I've seen from his game against Ma Long, it is still a long way to go. I don't see anything really special about him yet..

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Originally posted by beeray1 beeray1 wrote:

every chinese native i have known that plays table tennis "knows" that LGL does not like Hao Shuai. (pay attention to the quotes, so that you dont lash out at me)
 
It's like a common knowlege to them. Same thing for Chen Qi, except the opposite. LGL really really likes Chen Qi, even though he has never done anything amazing. That's why, at some events, Chen Qi will just be there, and nobody knows why. While at the same time you havent seen Hao Shuai in the past 4 or 5.
 
I think LGL is still not over Hao Shuai's loss vs. Maze in the 2005 Worlds.  If you guys have only seen the shortened youtube version of that match, you owe it to yourself to see the full video.  LGL and the whole Chinese team wanted that win and Hao Shuai wasn't able to capitalize.  Coach Wu Jingping was applauding like a nutjob and the other Chinese coaches/players were doing the synchronized stand up and cheer everytime Hao scored.  I'm guessing they had a lot of betting action on that match and LGL is still p.o.'d about the money he'd lost.
 


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that's what every chinese tt player i have asked attributes his dislike to- that one epic loss. I even have that one burned to a dvd.
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Originally posted by dragon kid dragon kid wrote:

One result does not make a player..
Like the great King Cantona once said, "Form is temporary. Class is permanent"
Only time will tell whether Chan Kazuhiro will be a top world player. From what I've seen from his game against Ma Long, it is still a long way to go. I don't see anything really special about him yet..

 
 
Looking at his ITTF record, he has losses in 2010 from Wang Hao, Oh S.E., Ning Gao, Chen Weixing and Paul Drinkhall.  Still, a win against Ma Long in good form isn't too shabby.
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Not saying that the win is shabby.. A win against Ma Long is a good win. What I am saying is that he needs to produce that kind of win on a regular basis if Chan wants to be recognize as a leading player..
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Originally posted by beeray1 beeray1 wrote:

every chinese native i have known that plays table tennis "knows" that LGL does not like Hao Shuai. (pay attention to the quotes, so that you dont lash out at me)
 
It's like a common knowlege to them. Same thing for Chen Qi, except the opposite. LGL really really likes Chen Qi, even though he has never done anything amazing. That's why, at some events, Chen Qi will just be there, and nobody knows why. While at the same time you havent seen Hao Shuai in the past 4 or 5.
regarding that native chinese,are they reading tabloids? one thing is that LGL thinks like a coach that hao shuai is not competitive enough 8(backed by the  meltdown in 2005) and another thing is  that they have personal  issues..
 
i can say also that many farmers in the tibet argue that there is a alien base under the everest
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Originally posted by bbkon bbkon wrote:

Originally posted by beeray1 beeray1 wrote:

every chinese native i have known that plays table tennis "knows" that LGL does not like Hao Shuai. (pay attention to the quotes, so that you dont lash out at me)
 
It's like a common knowlege to them. Same thing for Chen Qi, except the opposite. LGL really really likes Chen Qi, even though he has never done anything amazing. That's why, at some events, Chen Qi will just be there, and nobody knows why. While at the same time you havent seen Hao Shuai in the past 4 or 5.
 
i can say also that many farmers in the tibet argue that there is a alien base under the everest


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Originally posted by bbkon bbkon wrote:

Originally posted by beeray1 beeray1 wrote:

every chinese native i have known that plays table tennis "knows" that LGL does not like Hao Shuai. (pay attention to the quotes, so that you dont lash out at me)
 
It's like a common knowlege to them. Same thing for Chen Qi, except the opposite. LGL really really likes Chen Qi, even though he has never done anything amazing. That's why, at some events, Chen Qi will just be there, and nobody knows why. While at the same time you havent seen Hao Shuai in the past 4 or 5.
regarding that native chinese,are they reading tabloids? one thing is that LGL thinks like a coach that hao shuai is not competitive enough 8(backed by the  meltdown in 2005) and another thing is  that they have personal  issues..
 
i can say also that many farmers in the tibet argue that there is a alien base under the everest
LOL
 
I have heard of the personal issues point as well.
 
otherwise, I'm pretty sure you said the same thing.


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Does anyone here know about Chan Kazuhiro's background? That is, is he native Japanese or from another country.  I ask because, typically, we see the young Japanese players grow up before our eyes and he seems not be that.
 
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He's indeed from China (Shanghai); his original name is Zhang Yibo. It seems he came to Japan about 10 years ago, became a Japanese citizen in 2008, and is married to Tang Yuanyuan, the coach of Ai Fukuhara. Last year he played in the Chinese Super League for Zheshang (Ma Lin and Timo Boll's club).
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Thanks!
 
Knowledgeable people here, for sure!
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Originally posted by DonnOlsen DonnOlsen wrote:

Thanks!
 
Knowledgeable people here, for sure!


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