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    Posted: 03/17/2017 at 7:56pm
Master coach Chi-Shan Yeh teaches some lazy kid a good lesson.



Edited by ChichoFicho - 03/17/2017 at 7:57pm
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That's sounds a little rough, doesn't it? Yes he gave away his lead in that last set, but managed to pick it up again and was a little unlucky in the end.
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Is this a sales pitch? Master Coach Yeh for sale?
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I honestly think the kid is better.
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That lazy kid with zero footwork relies on his modern expensive equipment to smash the ball and win easy points.

 Master Yeh, on the contrary, relies on his skills and superb physical shape to outplay the youngster. Great win!


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Originally posted by dan_can dan_can wrote:

I honestly think the kid is better.
at eating hamburgers perhaps yeah
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Originally posted by dan_can dan_can wrote:

I honestly think the kid is better.
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True.
No doubt in my mind.
Master Yeh just lucked out.  Master Yeh is not going to be that lucky next time.

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Originally posted by skip3119 skip3119 wrote:

Originally posted by dan_can dan_can wrote:

I honestly think the kid is better.
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True.
No doubt in my mind.
Master Yeh just lucked out.  Master Yeh is not going to be that lucky next time.


 I think Master Yeh clearly underestimated the goofy kid. He thought he would beat him without having to sweat. Next time they play it will be an easy win for master Yeh,
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Originally posted by ChichoFicho ChichoFicho wrote:

I think Master Yeh clearly underestimated the goofy kid. He thought he would beat him without having to sweat. Next time they play it will be an easy win for master Yeh,
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Welcome to have a different opinion, you may very well be right - even though I see it differently.
Master Yeh seemed to have problems to cover his forehand side when the ball goes to that direction - either lack of anticipation or slow feet. That's what I see.


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Originally posted by ChichoFicho ChichoFicho wrote:

Originally posted by dan_can dan_can wrote:

I honestly think the kid is better.
at eating hamburgers perhaps yeah
at least he serves properly, he didn't look lazy to me
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I feel Tseng was a bit casual; laid back, having to play an old man.
If Tseng had step two gears, I think 'Master Yeh' would have lost 3 - 0. 
OTOH, if I play 'Master Yeh', he will beat me 3- 0 or 5 -0 or 7- 0.
No disrespect to 'Master Yeh'; such a good player. I like to watch him play.

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Originally posted by smackman smackman wrote:

Originally posted by ChichoFicho ChichoFicho wrote:

Originally posted by dan_can dan_can wrote:

I honestly think the kid is better.

at eating hamburgers perhaps yeah
at least he serves properly, he didn't look lazy to me



U kidding right about the kid's serves being properly???

I'm too "lazy" to find that video of that Russian vs the French (new euro champ)) when the Russian lost plenty of points for faulty serve throw, i happened to agree

Well that "lazy"kid does MOST of his serves almost as bad....from extended left arm he throws the ball in a BIG parabolic like arc with ball landing right on his paddle some 3 feet backwards.....

Can be seen perfectly when he is closer to the camera..



Edited by Tuly007 - 03/19/2017 at 12:30am
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Originally posted by Tuly007 Tuly007 wrote:

Originally posted by smackman smackman wrote:

Originally posted by ChichoFicho ChichoFicho wrote:

Originally posted by dan_can dan_can wrote:

I honestly think the kid is better.

at eating hamburgers perhaps yeah
at least he serves properly, he didn't look lazy to me



U kidding right about the kid's serves being properly???

I'm too "lazy" to find that video of that Russian vs the French (new euro champ)) when the Russian lost plenty of points for faulty serve throw, i happened to agree

Well that "lazy"kid does MOST of his serves almost as bad....from extended left arm he throws the ball in a BIG parabolic like arc with ball landing right on his paddle some 3 feet backwards.....

Can be seen perfectly when he is closer to the camera..


Great observation there! In recent years, it is mostly the  kids trying to cheat with the serve. At least that's my impression.
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if Master Yeh plays like in the later part of game 5 thru out the kid would have had no chance - he does not seem to have the tools to initiate the attack in that match.
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Congrats to yeh for the comeback. However, is serve is sort of questionable. He holds the ball a little bit to far behind the white line and tosses to himself. 
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The master seems to have forgotten about this rule on his high toss serves:

2.06.05 As soon as the ball has been projected, the server’s free arm and hand shall be removed from the space between the ball and the net. 
The space between the ball and the net is defined by the ball, the net and its indefinite upward extension. 

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Why OP saying the kid is a lzy kid is beyond me Dead
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The traditional pen-hold players are all very strong on their FH side. They all love their opponents sending the balls to their FH side.

Look all those balls coming to Master Yeh's FH side and look what happened.

Just don't think he can beat the kid easily next time when they meet.  My money is on that kid.
(You may have different opinion.)


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Nice Match but why "master"? 
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Originally posted by ghostzen ghostzen wrote:

Nice Match but why "master"? 
 He is one of the best players in his age group in Taiwan and is particularly renowned for his strong backhand punch
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What I learn from this vid >

The more modern game and 'young'power give the kid a bit of adventage over Jpen master. The kid seem decent but a lot more to learn. His serve compare to Jpen Master us totally difference in aspect of variation and placement. 

Still, he got wreck by excitement of 9-3, 2 more points to finish, he is capable of that, but nervously wreck his game when Jpen master get his point back.

1. Improve this kid mental strength, he not focusing at all when loosing.
 Look at his face at 9-5 9-6 9-7. LOL!!!
2. He should learn more of serve receive and serve deception.
3. Foot work
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