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F | MD | ALFIAN/ARDIANTO (INA) [6] vs. KAMURA/SONODA (JPN) [4] | BWF 2019

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Longest rally in badminton history (Men´s singles)

New Record! A 2 minute long rally containing 108 shots at the World Championships 2013 quarterfinal between Tien Minh Nguyen from Vietnam and Jan O Jorgensen from Denmark. It´s the longest rally ever played in a men´s singles match, at least caught on videotape.

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(1/4) 2011 All England Open Badminton Tournament Men's Single Final

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All England Badminton Open is the only badminton tournament has a history more than 100 years. Before Badminton became an Olympic game and World Champion Game was introduced, AEO was long deemed as the Mt. Everest for badminton players. Even today, when some tournament pays much higher than AEO, it is still widely accepted as one of the only three games where a laureate can claim a 'World Champion', along with Olympic Game and World Champion Game.
This game between LIN and LEE has been long waited by most badminton fan around the globe.
LIN and LEE are widely deemed as the only two best men's single players today. On the one side, LIN Dan has won 4 All England title along side with any championship he can ever play for, including Olympic, World Champion, Aisan Champion, etc. On the other side, LEE Chong Wei has long been ranked as No. 1 by WBF, but he has won only one majoy title so far: the 100th AEO Men's Single Champion. Will LEE defend his title? Or LIN will won his 5th AEO title? All badminton fans have the same question.
I never gamble against badminton game. But if I ever did, I would have bet on LIN. Even thouhg LEE is the only player today who can give LIN a serious challenge, LIN has won majority of the games among two. He defeated LEE in Korean Open not long ago. However, the result of this game is a bit surprise to me. I have to say, this is a positive surprise: LIN's dominance on Men's single now seems seriously being challenged.
For so many games I watched between these two greatest players today, I have to say LEE has better defense and net play. But on the offsense side, LEE is always short of those lighting-strike like attack that can win the point against LIN. On the contrary, LIN's explosive smash normally helped him excel with narrow margin.
I am very happy to see that LEE finally improve the explosiveness of his attack while still maintaining his strength at defense and net play. LEE use to be too patient to wait for a better opportunity to smash when he play with LIN. This time, he plays much more aggressively and confidently. He now feels comfortable to attack where he use to wait for a better opportunity. And it pays out.
As for LIN, his agility is in question. Particularly when LEE dropshot to LIN's right front court, where LIN has to turn his body and play with with back hand, LIN seems to have trouble to response fast enough. After the game when LIN was interviewed by reporters in China, he said he was swarmped by business activities like shooting TV ads recently. Maybe his waist injury also drag him slower a bit.
There are some other interesting details here.
LEE's coach has long been Misbun Sidek. But this time, we saw one more 'new' face. Rexy Mainaky, 1996 Olympic Men's Double Champion, who is famous for his fast and hard hitting. It seems he gave LEE quite some suggestions. Maybe Mainaky's style did encourage LEE to play more aggressively this time. Another change is LEE's racket, he is using latest Yonex VT80 racket this time instead of Amortec 900p he has been using for a while. Combining aerodynamic qualities of a Z Slash with the thin frame of a Nanospeed 9900 (not as thin as VT70, although the shaft is the slimmest in Yonex range) and given the racquet the head weight of an Armortec, it is claimed by seasoned fans as the best racket in years. Maybe this also gives LEE an edge?

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Everyone regardless of their skill can practice the smash. If you are beginner you should be focusing a lot of the fundamental motorical aspects, such as the arm movement and the racket movement. This can be done just by throwing shuttles/balls and practicing this throwing movement using a racket, performing smashes. All the exercises in the video is getting gradually harder for each new one. Your job will be to master each one, and you will be able to perform the smash.

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Top 10 Badminton Rallies at the Olympic Games! | Top Moments

Enjoy this look back at the Top 10 Badminton Rallies from throughout the history of the Olympic Games, featuring:

10 - Lee Chong Wei (Malaysia) vs. Chen Long (China)
9 - Eng Hian & Flandy Limpele (Indonesian) vs. Ha Tae-Kwon & Kim Dong-Moon (South Korea)
8 - Tontowi Ahmad & Liliyana Natsir vs. Chan Peng Soon & Goh Lih Ying (Malaysia)
7 - Susi Susanti (Indonesia) vs. Bang Soo-Hyun (South Korea)
6 - Chen Long (China) vs. Boonsak Ponsana (Thailand)
5 - Ha Tae-Kwon & Kim Dong-Moon (South Korea) vs. Choong Tan Fook & Lee Wan Wah (Malaysia)
4 - Lee Chong Wei (Malaysia) vs. Soren Opti (Suriname)
3 - Carolina Marin (Spain) vs. P.V. Sindhu (India)
2 - Markis Kido & Hendra Setiawan (Indonesia) vs. Koo Kien Keat & Tan Boon Heong (Malaysia)
1 - Lin Dan (China) vs. Lee Chong Wei (Malaysia)

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Badminton SMASH technique - smash harder

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Goh V Shem Powerful SMASH

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Goh V Shem AMN (吴蔚升; born Goh Wei Shem, 20 May 1989) is a Malaysian professional badminton player in the doubles event. He was partnered with Tan Wee Kiong after their outstanding performance at the 2014 Thomas Cup. Together, Goh and Tan won the gold medal for the men's doubles event at the 2014 Commonwealth Games as well as all their matches in the mixed team event, helping Malaysia retain the gold medal for the third consecutive time. They also won the bronze medal at the 2014 Asian Games and the silver medal at the 2016 Rio Olympics, thus making them the second ever Malaysian men's doubles pair to win the silver medal at the Olympic Games 20 years after the feat was achieved by Cheah Soon Kit and Yap Kim Hock in 1996 Atlanta. Goh and Tan are also the third Malaysian men's doubles pair to hold the world number 1 ranking after Cheah and Yap followed by Koo Kien Keat and Tan Boon Heong ever since official rankings were kept in the 80s.[1]

Goh is known for his offensive play style and his signature jumping smash. He would stand ready at the back while his partner guards the front, jumping when the opportunity arrives and delivering steep smashes towards the opponent.

Goh was born in Kuala Lumpur. Later on for good luck he changed his Chinese birth name (吴伟申) to one with a different pronunciation (吴蔚升), while also changing the spelling of his name in English from Wei Shem to V Shem. The V stands for 'Victory'.[2][3]

Partnership with Tan Wee Kiong
In May 2014, Goh was scratch partnered with Tan Wee Kiong to play second men's doubles at the 2014 Thomas Cup. They won all four matches that they contested and defeated several highly ranked shuttlers along the way despite this being the first time that the two has played together internationally. Their debut partnership at the Thomas Cup was widely praised. Malaysia made it to the finals for the first time in 12 years but was narrowly defeated by Japan with a score of 2-3.

In August, they represented Malaysia at the 2014 Glasgow Commonwealth Games. They went on to take the gold medal and were the only medalists in the tournament who were not seeded. En route to the gold medal, they defeated top seeds, Chris Adcock/Andrew Ellis of England in the semifinals as well as 3rd seeds, Danny Bawa Chrisnanta/Chayut Triyachart of Singapore in the finals. They also won all five matches they contested in the mixed team event, helping Malaysia secure her third consecutive mixed team gold medal at the Commonwealth Games.

Following the World Championships in September, Goh and Tan have been officially partnered. They represented Malaysia at the 2014 Asian Games where they made it to semifinals but were once again defeated by top seeds, Lee/Yoo of South Korea. The defeat automatically earned them the bronze medal as there is no bronze medal playoffs in badminton at the Asian Games. En route to the semifinals, they defeated 5th seeds, Lee Sheng-mu/Tsai Chia-hsin of Chinese Taipei in the first round and 3rd seeds, Kenichi Hayakawa/Hiroyuki Endo of Japan in the quarterfinals with a score of 21-16, 21-16.

In 2015, they were semifinalists at the Malaysia Open Grand Prix Gold in January. In March, they became runners-up to Cai Yun/Lu Kai of China at the 2015 Swiss Open with a score of 19-21,21-14,17-21. At the 2015 Sudirman Cup in May, Goh and Tan managed to upset the World No.1 pairing of Lee/Yoo in the first group tie against South Korea. They also defeated the pairing of Manu Attri/Summeeth Reddy in the second group tie against India. Malaysia topped Group D and were drawn against South Korea once again in the quarterfinals but failed to advance. They were then runners-up at the 2015 Russian Open. At the 2015 BWF World Championships in August, Tan and Goh defeated defending champions Shin Baek-cheol and Ko Sung-Hyun of South Korea in the second round but were defeated in the third round.

In 2016, Goh and Tan won their first title together at the 2016 US Open. They then went on to win their second title at the Indian Grand Prix Gold. They then became beaten semifinalists at the All England Open and the Indian Superseries. At the 2016 Thomas Cup, Goh won three out of his five matches played. Malaysia made it to the semifinals but lost to eventual winners Denmark.

Goh and Tan qualified for their first Olympics at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. They won all their matches in the group stage to top group B. They defeated 4th seeds Fu Haifeng/Zhang Nan in the group stage, top seeds Lee Yong-Dae/Yoo Yeon-seong in the quarterfinals and 5th seeds Chai Biao/Hong Wei in the semifinals to once again face Fu/Zhang in the finals but this time falling short with a score of 21-16, 11-21, 21-23, taking home silver.

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Saina Nehwal Wins Badminton Women's Singles Bronze - IND v CHN | London 2012 Olympics

India's Saina Nehwal wins the bronze medal in the women's badminton singles event at the London 2012 Olympic Games (4 August).

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Badminton made its debut as a demonstration sport at the 1972 Olympic Games in Munich. It was not until the 1992 Games in Barcelona that it was officially included on the Olympic programme, with men's and women's singles and doubles events. The mixed doubles event made its debut in 1996 at the Atlanta Olympic Games. Since then, the number of events has remained unchanged.

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