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    Quote Originally Posted by visor View Post
    Now that they don't touch hands before each rally as much as in the past, any compilation will be just repetitive and annoying because it would just show them glaring and mocking their opponents when they make a mistake, and perhaps the occasional telling their opponents to shut up if they had indicated the shot was out.
    or the case where the shuttle landed in on their side, linesman midjudged, and then Boe blatantly lied indicating it was out by inches, only to have instant replay showed it was bang on the line.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwun View Post
    someone should compile a video of Bo/Mo's bad sportmenship behaviors.
    may be one for the bad calls over the years, that will be fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lordrogue View Post
    what the hell happened at 0:27:50 in the MD finals???
    In the pro circuit or any competitive enviroment the goal is to win. How you do it, so long you're not penalize, is deem acceptable by those who does it. As a player against them, if you succumb to such intimidation, you've lost half the battle. This is what they want and you've play into their game. There are situation where the host country audience of such big events actually does the booing and intimidation on behalf of their players at the compettitors - this is really bad, how to handle this?

    They'll be a time when Bo/Moe or those who doees it will meet their nemesis. Humans are quick to adapt. Soon most pro players would be used to it and such intimidation would not work and will backfire.

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    ^^ Only problem is meanwhile it's distasteful and ugly for the opponents and the audience, who have to suffer through such anti social behaviour. I don't even see this type of smirking and taunting occur in any other sports like tennis, golf, soccer, etc

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    Quote Originally Posted by visor View Post
    ^^ Only problem is meanwhile it's distasteful and ugly for the opponents and the audience, who have to suffer through such anti social behaviour. I don't even see this type of smirking and taunting occur in any other sports like tennis, golf, soccer, etc
    Then you're rarely watching football, are you?
    I agree that many other sports address such behavior much earlier and also stricter. Although some Tennis players aren't all that different, actually (Berdych, for example).

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    does anyone have video's of these behaviours, this sounds like it's recent?

    It would help

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    Quote Originally Posted by Henzy View Post
    does anyone have video's of these behaviours, this sounds like it's recent?

    It would help
    It's on utube - the yonex sunrise india open event.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheung View Post
    Mod note: Posts moved from Indian Open 3013 thread into this thread.
    We have fast forward 1,000 years and all the players are still the same.

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    i personally think denmark players have the worst attitude on court.
    just watch this video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KL2rPk2aZwc
    jump to 37:05 , 15 all at third game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by soulpx View Post
    i personally think denmark players have the worst attitude on court.
    just watch this video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KL2rPk2aZwc
    jump to 37:05 , 15 all at third game.
    Don't think you should generalize like that. Vittinghus for example is a real gentleman on court. Axelsen is just a bit young and hotheaded, I think he'll grow up in time. Also, it wasn't exactly disrespectful.

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    ^^ Agree. That's not disrespectful nor an attitude problem, just expressing his frustration. Now, if Bo/Mo's opponent had a missed a shot like that, you'd see Bo/Mo smirk and make a whoo noise at their opponents to rub it in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by soulpx View Post
    i personally think denmark players have the worst attitude on court.
    just watch this video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KL2rPk2aZwc
    jump to 37:05 , 15 all at third game.
    While he shouldn't have lashed out at the net, he was just venting his frustration - and not in the direction of his opponent, so I don't really have a problem with it. Didn't watch the game, maybe he made a lot of unnecessary errors and was already frustrated...? Anyhow, he didn't shout at his opponent or play any mind games, so in my book it's still okay. The umpire has a stick up his a** to warn him for that shout, though (the rally after the failed net kill).

    Quote Originally Posted by lordrogue View Post
    Don't think you should generalize like that. Vittinghus for example is a real gentleman on court. Axelsen is just a bit young and hotheaded, I think he'll grow up in time. Also, it wasn't exactly disrespectful.
    Quote Originally Posted by visor View Post
    ^^ Agree. That's not disrespectful nor an attitude problem, just expressing his frustration. Now, if Bo/Mo's opponent had a missed a shot like that, you'd see Bo/Mo smirk and make a whoo noise at their opponents to rub it in.
    Agree with both posts

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    lordrogue, visor, j4ckie,

    thats why i said that is my personal opinion. to me, if you cant control your emotion on court and starting to smashing or hitting things on court to express your frustration then you have bad attitude which is cant control yourself. again, that just my personal opinion, i appreciate you have your own.
    or maybe to you it is okay if we do something like that when we getting frustrated?

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    since you brought up this type of behaviour, what about this little incident with TH in 2001 when he beat up a spectator? ... yes, that's Taufik Hidayat... http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...at-a-spectator http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2...a-cantona.html

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