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    Quote Originally Posted by pBmMalaysia View Post
    Otb, so you had one ex that was too fast for your radar,

    sad to say if it wasn't 35 yrs ago,

    you could gps her ... hahahaha
    Those days OTB rides a Honda 75cc plastic bike, work minimum pay and has to help out my parents noodles making factory afte rwork and in weekends, smell of flour and sweat deliverying noodles to hawkers stall...no money no talk lah...the cute looking malaysian girls 'tarik hagar' expensive to maintain, OTB no gaya no duit, no chance...habis

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    Quote Originally Posted by wintleboy View Post
    Some good thoughts on the great player there. I think he might be the best thing that has ever ever happened to badminton.

    There is some news on him on my blog: http://badminonplayers.blogspot.com/

    This blog is all about badminton have a look
    care to point out where are the some news in your blog on ld

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    Singapore open 2011 quarter final - Lin dan vs Simon Santoso

    14-21, 21-13, 22-20

    A really close call for Lin dan

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    Quote Originally Posted by pBmMalaysia View Post
    Singapore open 2011 quarter final - Lin dan vs Simon Santoso

    14-21, 21-13, 22-20

    A really close call for Lin dan
    LD really wasn't into it today. But I was quite surprised that his playing style was much more offensive than what we are used to see from him at the moment. He went for the smashes quite often.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ton-Min-Bad View Post
    LD really wasn't into it today. But I was quite surprised that his playing style was much more offensive than what we are used to see from him at the moment. He went for the smashes quite often.
    Look at what LD said here:
    http://www.bwfbadminton.org/news_item.aspx?id=50138

    "Santoso pushed Lin Dan all the way but the Chinese ace displayed his full range of deft touches and stinging smashes to edge the tie.

    “I’m happy to have played well and won and this is what entertaining badminton is all about,” said a delighted Lin Dan."

    today's LD is not only playing badminton, but enjoy playing with badminton.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ton-Min-Bad View Post
    LD really wasn't into it today. But I was quite surprised that his playing style was much more offensive than what we are used to see from him at the moment. He went for the smashes quite often.
    He had to against Simon otherwise he would have lost. Simon s a most dangerous player because he s unpredictable. But lucky for LD, his fans got to work from G2 onwards. The crowd was 80% CHN, the INA fans were rooting for INA WD and quite useless for Simon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonc108 View Post
    Look at what LD said here:
    http://www.bwfbadminton.org/news_item.aspx?id=50138

    "Santoso pushed Lin Dan all the way but the Chinese ace displayed his full range of deft touches and stinging smashes to edge the tie.
    “I’m happy to have played well and won and this is what entertaining badminton is all about,” said a delighted Lin Dan."

    today's LD is not only playing badminton, but enjoy playing with badminton.
    Yes, let s wait for LD to spout those words when he loses his next match.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ton-Min-Bad View Post
    LD really wasn't into it today. But I was quite surprised that his playing style was much more offensive than what we are used to see from him at the moment. He went for the smashes quite often.
    Well, I think it's probably because of his first set loss

    Who can take first set off Lin Dan like that ???

    let's see how he play against Peter great tomorrow

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonc108 View Post
    Look at what LD said here:
    http://www.bwfbadminton.org/news_item.aspx?id=50138

    "Santoso pushed Lin Dan all the way but the Chinese ace displayed his full range of deft touches and stinging smashes to edge the tie.

    “I’m happy to have played well and won and this is what entertaining badminton is all about,” said a delighted Lin Dan."

    today's LD is not only playing badminton, but enjoy playing with badminton.
    In bold, was this from the writer?

    If it was, what a lousy comment

    Was Lin Dan enjoying a close rubber game ?

    I doubt it

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    Quote Originally Posted by pBmMalaysia View Post
    Singapore open 2011 quarter final - Lin dan vs Simon Santoso

    14-21, 21-13, 22-20

    A really close call for Lin dan
    It's the 2nd time in a row that SS almost snatch a win vs LD. To me it looks like SS has done the home work well, such as smashing LD in the body not the sides. It's so unfortunate that at 15-12 on the third set SS had a chance to do a net kill but he blew it, otherwise IMO we will have different winner.

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    LD plays very much like TH now, I guess stamina, legs, muscle, and determination not as good as before, it's like married life and age have catch him fast, just like they did to TH.
    excellent news for LCW
    Last edited by Yoppy; 06-17-2011 at 08:34 PM.

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    He might not be as determined, but at least he's having fun..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Granum View Post
    He might not be as determined, but at least he's having fun..
    No he's not having fun thats for sure, otherwise he would have gone to Hawaii. He's just different player as he used to be thats all. Just like all legend before him, time has running out fast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yoppy View Post
    No he's not having fun thats for sure, otherwise he would have gone to Hawaii. He's just different player as he used to be thats all. Just like all legend before him, time has running out fast.
    LD has lost exactly ONE time all year in BWF tournament play and will take over the #1 OSIM BWF World Super Series ranking after the Sing. Open. If that's "time running out fast," what do you call someone who loses more than once?

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    He said, he got better priorities else where. Guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Granum View Post
    He might not be as determined, but at least he's having fun..
    If you were at court side observing his body language, you will know he was not having fun playing Simon. LD was anxious, anxious, anxious!
    All that fun thing is just PR talk and indirect self compliment. LD s saying I could have finished Simon faster but I want my fans to enjoy my badminton extra time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gjoo888 View Post
    LD has lost exactly ONE time all year in BWF tournament play and will take over the #1 OSIM BWF World Super Series ranking after the Sing. Open. If that's "time running out fast," what do you call someone who loses more than once?
    I follow LD long enough to see if he's the same player as before or not. In this matter, result comes second.

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