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  1. Well I read news before about how upset Tang Yuanting is with CBA system and also her dissatisfaction having to partner yu yang leading her to quit playing early.
  2. Well personal reason can bring a lot of meaning. Anyway it is related to the messy stuff inside CBA right?
  3. Well it is related to the mess inside CBA and players decided to leave right?
  4. I find it too strange now that so many good China players have left China especially their WD players posing trouble for China WD squad now. What is the main reason behind so many good China WD players leaving China all at one shot? @Function CR Lee
  5. It is said that Australia now stand a chance to compete in Uber Cup. We have Qin Jinjing the good WS from China. We might also have Bao Yixin teaming up with Tang Yuanting to play WD for Australia. So Australia female players are getting stronger. We also many badminton players coming in from China such as Yan Runze for MS and many more.
  6. Well seems like it will not be benefiting China. Now China is really struggling very hard to build up their WD team while many of their good WD players ran away to other countries.
  7. So both Tang Yuanting and Bao Yixin have become coaches in Australia while studying there right?
  8. This is the news I found online about Bao Yixin and Tang Yuanting reunion together as a coach in Australia. Following in the footsteps of Tang Yuanting, Bao Yixin has decided to move to Australia for the next stage in her career. The former world #1 left China’s national badminton team in 2017. Both Tang Yuanting and Bao Yixin were expected to be among China’s key players in this Tokyo Olympic cycle, but they left the national team in 2016 and 2017 respectively. The duo won the 2015 All England Championship in their first tournament together and were slated to reunite for the 2016 Denmark Open. The plan was shattered when Tang Yuanting left China’s team after Rio Olympics. However, their reunion will be taking place not in Denmark, nor in their home country, but in Australia. Coincidentally, the ex-badminton partner choose Australia as their next career advancement location. Like Tang before her, Bao Yixin will be making her return as a badminton coach rather than as a player. According to an announcement on the Facebook page of Australia’s National Badminton Centre, Bao Yixin will be coaching elite training and adult group lessons. Late last year, it was announced that Tang Yuanting had joined the centre as coach in their junior programme.
  9. @Function CR Lee I read news stating that Bao Yixin has joined Tang Yuanting in Australia. So does it mean that Bao Yixin is now studying in Australia just like Tang Yuanting and become a coach there?
  10. Thank you so much for your information.
  11. Sorry it is my typing error here. The article said Tang Yuanting. I typed Tang Yuanting name wrongly as Tang Jinhua. Sorry typing error here. I did not even realize I typed the name wrongly until I saw your message. Sorry about it.
  12. Sorry my typing mistakes. I am referring to Tang Yuanting and not Tang Jinhua. So sorry.
  13. Thank you very much for your response.
  14. Thank you very much for your response.
  15. @Function CR Lee Actually I am quite curious to know why many China ex badminton players have left China at a very young age of early twenties and went overseas to other country? Any reason to it? A lot of them went to Singapore, some to Australia, some to Hong Kong, also we have quite a number in America and many more.
  16. @Function CR Lee Not only Tang Yuanting. There are also many other China badminton players at NBC, Australia. Qin Jinjing WS, Yan Runze MS and many other China players are also there. Tang Yuanting at National Badminton Centre (NBC) Sydney, Australia :
  17. You are welcome. Have a nice day ahead. Cheers.
  18. @Function CR Lee I have this piece of news to share with you. Seems like it is true that Bao Yixin and Tang Jinhua have both reunited as a coach in Australia. Australia for the next stage in her career. The former world #1 left China’s national badminton team in 2017. Both Tang Yuanting and Bao Yixin were expected to be among China’s key players in this Tokyo Olympic cycle, but they left the national team in 2016 and 2017 respectively. The duo won the 2015 All England Championship in their first tournament together and were slated to reunite for the 2016 Denmark Open. The plan was shattered when Tang Yuanting left China’s team after Rio Olympics. However, their reunion will be taking place not in Denmark, nor in their home country, but in Australia. Coincidentally, the ex-badminton partner chose Australia as their next career advancement location. Like Tang before her, Bao Yixin will be making her return as a badminton coach rather than as a player. According to an announcement on the Facebook page of Australia’s National Badminton Centre, Bao Yixin will be coaching elite training and adult group lessons. Late last year, it was announced that Tang Yuanting had joined the centre as coach in their junior programme.
  19. Where can I check the full name lists of China players name lists? Any link?
  20. So she could not stand the pressure inside the national team?
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