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French Open SS Day 5 - Semi Finals (27th Oct 2012)

Discussion in 'French Open / Bitburger Open 2012' started by gopalprasad, Oct 26, 2012.

  1. vpsingh

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    Issara/Jongjit won. Just listen to the applause they are receiving - they played really well.
     
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    results for the korean men doubles final please
     
  3. scorpion1

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    Tit for tat.. you get what you give.. That lzyjammy gone extreme cricizing saina for nothing.. I did not criticize wang lin or anybody else like other guys do to saina..
     
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    You mean semis?

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  5. scorpion1

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    What do you mean by insulting..? Then what is name given to the way you talking about saina.. You get what you give.. That is fact.. Before criticising others, first think that it will return back to you from everywhere..
     
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    There should not be a doubt about it - their level drops in SS/GP tournaments and they hit back during Olympics/World Cups etc. But that should not mean achievement and talent of non-Chinese players is any less.

    I know Chinese fans are unable to digest Saina's success (however less they might be) and there are a few extremist Saina-fans in forum (who I believe should be ignored for sake of decorum). Yet I want to point out Saina is also coming back after nursing an injury and yet she has done well. Not to mention Juliane Schenk defeated two top Chinese players back to back in Danish Open. Whatever somebody say - woman badminton is not China anymore.
     
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    Actually, IMO Saina is better than the Chinese and ROW in terms fitness and maintaining ranking while playing injured. The whole of 2011 she was plagued with injuries yet she never dropped out of top 6 which itself speaks volumes of her fitness. Imagine with that injury she had to take on WYH, WX, WSX and the wonder kid LXR. She did manage to pull one or two victories against them. But playing them day-in-day-out sometimes in consecutive rounds is sky high task. Its always hard to see players getting injured and their game getting affected along with the rankings. Wang Lin is a prime example, although her's was a worst injury. Waiting for WX, WYH, and WSX to come back to form quickly so we'll get to see how the new Saina stacks up against them otherwise fans will keep cribbing that winning against an injured player or out of form player is no big deal.
     
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    Actually, IMO Saina is better than the Chinese and ROW in terms fitness and maintaining ranking while playing injured. The whole of 2011 she was plagued with injuries yet she never dropped out of top 6 which itself speaks volumes of her fitness. Imagine with that injury she had to take on WYH, WX, WSX and the wonder kid LXR. She did manage to pull one or two victories against them. But playing them day-in-day-out sometimes in consecutive rounds is sky high task. Its always hard to see players getting injured and their game getting affected along with the rankings. Wang Lin is a prime example, although her's was a worst injury. Waiting to for WX, WYH, and WSX to come back to form quickly so we'll get to see how the new Saina stacks up against them otherwise fans will keep cribbing that winning against an injured player or out of form player is no big deal.
     
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    Sorry for the double post it was due to some error!
     
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    Hey, cool avatar! :cool: Don't you go changing it now... :D
     
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    There's a thread on GC here with lots of interesting comments and observations....
    GCisms - the Definitive Gillian Clark Collection
     
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    True The Scottish or Brit accent makes me love it more at times hard to understand as I have been talking more to US counterparts then to Brits but I love their 'oh' sound, the roll of the tongue. Would go through this thread in one sitting.... Love it GC, she definitely is the Navjot Singh Siddhu of Badminton!!

    P.S. Siddhu is a cricket commentator and some of his quotes could be found here
    http://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/authors/n/navjot_singh_sidhu.html
    http://www.unp.me/f46/sidhuism-some-quotes-from-navjot-sidhu-7116/
    http://forum.santabanta.com/showthread.htm?7039-Siddhuism-Famous-Quotes-(Its-Not-a-Repost)
     
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    Saina won easily? The 2nd game, yes. But the 1st game could have gone either way. Saina was down 16:19!
     
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    In your dictionary, whoever defending the truth is called extremist!!!! Lol.. Great psychology. I never used wrong words against other players as if they are doing ... I simply telling the fact which they are unable to digest. I dont wanna argue with you..
     
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    :D I was trying to do opposite effect thingy:D. Will you believe me?

    Sad. It didn't happen but I will always support the underdog.
     
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    The multiple registration troller was back. You can report the post to the moderators.
     
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    Who you are referring to as MULTIPLE REGISTRATION TROLLER?.. I opened this account just few days back of Denmark Open.. Even i am new to this badminton field .. Only after saina's success, i came to this badminton world ... Before that i was into some other sports.. Without knowing the truth, how come you blindly say i am a multiple registrar..
     
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    Not you - the poster who you replied to (lzyjammy) is the multiple registration troller. I thought my post was quite obvious in who it referred to :rolleyes:
     
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    Yes scorpion1, many trolls have been banned, if the post looks suspicious like an inflammatory or troll's work, better check with others or one of the mods first, before you go ballistic! :D :D :D
     
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    the troller must be desperate and he miss bc alot!
    hehe
     

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