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Li-Ning Singapore Open SS 2013 - Day 4 Quarterfinals (Friday, 21st June)

Discussion in 'Thailand / Indonesia / Singapore Open 2013' started by kelana, Jun 20, 2013.

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  1. Justin L

    Justin L Regular Member

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    I say, you not only got my meaning wrong, it absolutely also does not follow that my distorted opinion 'is so stupid and insulting to Chinese opponents'.

    Trust Jadgpanther to jump on an imaginary slight where none was intended as I was merely stating a fact. As a result, the floodgates are opened to anti-CHN fans to join in - the whole conversation has gone off a tangent.:(
     
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    Marc seems to be flagging. Come on, Marc!
     
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    :eek::confused:

    Too much is too much? Even for a pitbull? :(
     
  4. XoXoXo

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    just get it from that people... its exclusive straight from Li Yong Bo :D :p :D
     
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    aww man...MZ retired...
     
  6. kelana

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    Wow, NTM won the 1st game razor-thin at 23-21 and is leading the G2 11-8 at the moment. Can MZ overturn his fortune here? we'll see soon
     
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    i know your feeling.

    imagine when i said i will eat my hat if ......

    somebody literally took it as it is!!
    just glad that i didn't said "over my dead body"!
     
  8. taufik-ist

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    i agree with you 1000 %, they're not god, and beatable
     
  9. XoXoXo

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    Oooh feel sorry for Marc :(

    hope he will ok in WC
     
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    he already retired man
     
  11. Justin L

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    Btw, 'I'll eat my hat' is a figure of speech meaning 'I'll be very surprised' (used to express strong disbelief in something), not to be taken literally.
     
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    Your meaning was conveyed quite clearly to me. I was quite taken aback by how rudely your post was greeted as it had been couched in the gentlest of terms. Not quite sure what these lemmings are getting their knickers all twisted up over.
     
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    Well, Marc Zwiebler won over Du Pengyu marginally last night but the marathon match was too much for him and costs him dearly today. Lucky NTM :D earn the yield with just half work. You do have good fortune today!
     
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    Uhm....My prove ,it's true.:rolleyes::cool:
    Tomorrow ,hope Linda can stop WYH as same as AE 2013.
     
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    Marc... :( It should be interesting to see if the new Sugiarto can take on Nguyen tomorrow considering that their H2H is 6-0 in Nguyen's favour.

    Meanwhile, WSX was utterly destroyed by the power of WYH. I'm betting a boot from the national team is in order?
     
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    no worry
    last year there is i drank too much cold water:D
    this year should be i am too hazed:D
     
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    now you mention that no wonder everyone wanted to lose early.
    not much fun to stay in the hotel all day really.
     
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    thank you.
    imagine i've been harassing for that for over FIVE years!
     
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    I take it that you know by now not to put words into my mouth without at least reading my posts right and getting my standpoint correct - that would be the courteous thing to do before you argue with anyone.
     
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    Just my opinion, I don't think even in table tennis, China purposely lost.

    Maybe they are just experimenting. Sometimes, when you always winning, you lose the desire to push it to even greater heights.

    Splitting doubles pair so that the good players need to work harder pairing with the new partner.

    So can't take the result to deduce anything. I believe that everyone still wants to win. I don't think the haze is also a good reason.

    There are still many things to do indoor like gambling. :)
     
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