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LD blame the Judge for his defeat!

Discussion in 'Vietnam Open / China Open (2) 2007' started by xymaerts, Nov 21, 2007.

  1. xymaerts

    xymaerts Regular Member

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    Heard from the radio news this morning.... But it is not written in the Start paper. Can someone confirm this by posting the related article here?

    I think this is the best way for a player to de-stress by pushing the lost to someone..? It happened to LCW before when he lost in WC07..
     
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    He is justified to say that but it still does not change the results. When LCW blamed his chief coach, it didn't either. So what is new ?:D Get on with life and watch the tournament from the sideline and shut up.
     
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    I bet LD might have wanted to blame his chief coach :eek:, but thought better ........
     
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    hahah..rite.. In China a player dare not, because his chief coach will say"Do u know in China we have 4bilion people, u r OUT !".. In MAS no problem..Anyway, this is just a joke la

    Can someone please confirm this by posting the related news?

     
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    Could it be that Park's style is difficult for Lin Dan to play against? Their head to head this year is 2-1 in Park's favour.
     
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    At least in LCW's case, it's true. The chief coach has been a source of nervous energy and the problem is within MAS's control. Since then LCW has been playing with utmost freedom and showing disturbance-free results .
    But with LD,is he blaming the line judge or umpire? That may not be within CHN's control so more problematic to eliminate.
    LD's probably confident of defeating PSH straight, that's why he took the risk and lost. Normally, after winning G1, LD would play 'rest' mode in G2 to conserve energy needed for G3.Without 'sufficient' energy in G3, it's hard for him to pull it off.Probably his first 3-G defeat this year.
    Anyway, PSH is such a tough opponent.He used to lose straight to LCW. Last week he took the first game off LCW in CHN mobile Invitational.I' m happy for him and wish him greater progress .Who knows he might go on to beat HH today despite fatigue.
     
  7. X Ball

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    No it is not -- I think PARK ups his ante a lot when he plays against the best -- his adrenalin must reach a high playing the good ones. He was very motivated and animated with his fists up every time he scored.
     
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    LD usually is a slow warm-up for most tournament. You can check back the stat. Once he get over it he will be the toughest nut to crack.
     
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    lin dan crashed out in his home ground would b the biggest disappointment for all chinese supporter...
     
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    After watching the game and the defeat of LD by Park, I can conclude that the line judge has got nothing to do with the outcome of the game. LD was a shadow of himself, particularly in G3. He used to pump up and energetic in G3 but it wasnt the case. He was pale, slow and inaccurate to make unforced errors. I think that was the fatal point that had caused him the game.

    Give credit to Park. He dived, crawled and covered every possible angles of the courts with huge stamina and determination. He was so pumped up to win the match, and I didnt see him showing any signs of fatigue :eek:

    Kudos to Korea team... Now Korea has 2 strong singles... :)
     
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    yeah i agree too! n lin dan wasn't blaming all on da line jugde too.. he just said some bad line calls bothered him..:rolleyes:
     
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    Maybe Lin Dan was blaming on the linejudge because they didn't favor him...

    :rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes:

    JUST JOKING!!!

    don't kill me !
     
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    hehehe, i guess in short, reason would b the same for all players when they lost, 'i'm not on form...' :D
     
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    :eek::eek::eek:
    so fast, increased to 4 billion??
     
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    too free nth to do, then do project lor :p
     
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    He should have just sit back and prepare for the next tourney, not to blame the umpire and so on. Among the Chinese players, he is the one who likes to blast the umpires and line judges after some upsets. Unlike him, Bao Chun Lai and Chen Jin take defeats more gracefully.
     
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    Who r the judge??All chinese??:rolleyes:well..It's a way to release the tension after an unexpected lost!!:rolleyes:Maybe..:p
     
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    The media has definately blow thing out of porportion. Lindan didn't blame anyone. He mentioned that Park played well and he didnt take the opportunity when there is. However he will prepare himself for HKO after the lost.
     

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