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DENMARK SS Premier 2012 : Semi Final Day (20-Oct-2012)

Discussion in 'Dutch Open / Denmark Open 2012' started by nokh88, Oct 19, 2012.

  1. scorpion1

    scorpion1 Regular Member

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    We never take anybody's name unless or until somebody drag unnecessarily the top ranked player's ability to perform. I have read so many forums and so many video responses about the matches between yihan and saina . I have read all the forums and responses and after analysing that only i have come here to make a statement. They even started blaming saina for accepting bronze. OMG! How come such fringy comments arise?. As a whole after reading the whole set of comments, i can boldly say that they are weak in their sentiments. Their beliefs overpowering their mentality. They simply blame others for even a silly thing. That resembles their statements. Even their head coach blamed umpire for wang xin's injury. How stupid is this?. I have watched thousand times the match between saina vs wang xin. She did not fell in the place where she skided before. Its the clear indication of their capacity to throwing words or blaming others.
     
  2. Justin L

    Justin L Regular Member

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    Victory and defeat are part and parcel of any competitive sport. One win does not a summer make nor one loss a winter.What's the big deal? If a professional player cannot accept defeat, then give up the sport and do something else. Life goes on.
     
  3. paroxysmal

    paroxysmal Regular Member

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    Good thing for Saina is that she'd get a psycological edge over WY from now onwards, which never had till date. Injured or not, Yihan really struggled against her.
     
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    Why do you think a loss hurt Chinse so much? Or you think for them that a loss hurt for them?


    Do you want WYH to have injury like Wangxin and Wang lin? both may never recover. Look at wang lin now who could be the best female player. I think WYH made a right decision to protect herself. Demark open is not Olympic and WC and team event. If Wang xin retired in the first game, her injury could be less severe. I doubt she had chance to come back for her age. There're young players waiting to replace her.
     
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    No one win every match they play, but there will be hardfeelings after their loss.. That's perfectly normal. And Sn, she wasnt giving an excuse because she DONT have one, WYH was indeed a better player that day
     
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    That one so far tops the list as most hilarious of reasons. I vaguely remember there was one on hurt toe :p
    If LCW as much as fake a a squeak, the politicians,BAM & local media will go mighty crazy, that one you & me sure know ;)
     
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    If you were injured, that's not an excuse.

    If you wear wrong shoes, maybe an excuse.
     
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    Points noted . Thanks for clarifying your stand .
     
  9. Justin L

    Justin L Regular Member

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    Wang Yihan is very wise, Lose a Battle to Win the War.
     
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    Anyone who wins has to be the better player that day, Lets hear what excuses WYH would come up for the scoreline in first game and you may see what kind of excuses players can give. Wouldnt think anybody would ever run out of excuses specially since they could be borrowed from moon....
     
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    Yippy lost in Round 1, lol.
     
  12. nokh88

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    What happened to this CHN team for this DEN SSP? FHF and WYH injured, LXR, WSX, CL lost. ZYL not reaching either final. Is something wrong?
     
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    Nothing is wrong..They are just having a bad week in the office;)
     
  14. SibugiChai

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    still in holiday mood... Hahaha... But they have fake too much for people to belib
     
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    Post Olympics symptom
     
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    Dont worry.The chinese team or chinese news papers or chinese head coach will come up with a good reason citing their LACK OF TRAINING or DENMARK FANS or LINE JUDGES or UMPIRES EVEN. Hee hee.. Soon you will find some of the answers matching this series.
     
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    The goal was Olympics for the hardwork they put in... now thats achieved they could relax and take out a bit of time.... till the motivation returns back....
     
  18. nokh88

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    Almost the whole workforce?
     
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    Hmmm...did all of them attended XXF's wedding? Too much alcohol?
     
  20. Justin L

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    It's always after such incidents that many posters reveal their true colours. Good, help me to get to know them better. I already noticed one new 'troll' on the block getting bolder and bolder without realizing he's doing his idol a disservice by what he wrote in addition to making a fool of himself.

    Lucky thing WYH doesn't have to play next week's French Open - the better to rest and recover fully for the SS Final.
     

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