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    Quote Originally Posted by kwun View Post
    Lin Dan post match interview:

    Aside from LD's exhibitionistic trades, LD is humbles himself and praises LCW coming so far in spite of his ankle injuries. He also said he was very afraid with the way LCW disposed of his colleague Chen Long.

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    Congratulation LD................2 OG Gold is just awesome and as good as ZN now !!

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    Lin Dan = The most outstanding player ever that walked the Badminton planet. Simply amazing in every account, his game has very little to no weak spots. Congratulations on wining the Gold all over again in 2012 Olympics!

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    I like the part from the interview where LD is asked "How did you manage to hold on to such fearsome opponent, and he replied "I am equally fearsome".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wong8Egg View Post
    I like the part from the interview where LD is asked "How did you manage to hold on to such fearsome opponent, and he replied "I am equally fearsome".
    he said he is even more fearsome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pakito View Post
    Chong Wei still want to stay for another 2 years, to capture the Asian Games and Commonwealth Games.

    [URL="http://www.nst.com.my/sports/badminton/not-going-anywhere-1.121463"]http://www.nst.com.my/sports/badminton/not-going-anywhere-1.121463
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    And so does Lin Dan.
    Sorry, but CHN is not part of the Commonwealth. Good if LD decides to participate in the Asians Games and LCW then will have a chance to take "revenge".

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    Congratulations to Lin Super Dan !

    - The only one MS player to win 2 Olympics Gold !

    - The only one MS from Thomas Cup winning member that can win OG in the same year

    - MS player with the must number of matches won in Olympics (10 matches)...more than Taufik (9 matches from 4 OG editions), and also LCW (9 from 3 editions), and PGC (8 from 4 editions)
    Last edited by Fortune; 08-07-2012 at 10:02 AM.

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    Default Lin Dan will not win MO because of this guy


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    So lin dan has won everything ,, will he retired from now on ?

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    yeah, when will he married XXF partyly?

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    Lin Dan, I don't know what words could do you justice. In badminton, I've run out of superlatives to describe you, so I shan't say more, superfluous.

    SIMPLY THE GREATEST




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    Now on with the wedding planner and invitation cards distributed across the badminton realm, the last badminton related-thing we hear from Lin Dan is this:

    "If Chong Wei plays in Rio, I will too"

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    I am off to Copenhagen to watch this:

    Attachment 128537

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    Quote Originally Posted by repentedboy View Post
    Now on with the wedding planner and invitation cards distributed across the badminton realm, the last badminton related-thing we hear from Lin Dan is this:

    "If Chong Wei plays in Rio, I will too"
    Is it true,did Lin Dan really said that? Please cite your source, thank you.

    But seriously I doubt he can do a Peter Gade whose longevity and perseverance is unmatched, truly Mr Evergreen. Frankly,if Lin Dan can continue playing near his best for the next two years or so, I'd be more than satisfied. My worry now is immediately after his double Olympic gold feat,his mind may be in semi-retirement state,hopefully not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by repentedboy View Post
    I am off to Copenhagen to watch this:

    Attachment 128537
    Possibly (or is it confirmed?) Peter's swan song, a fitting finale for a great player himself.

    Peter The Great Gade, I salute ! You'd be sorely missed.

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    Lin and Lee's rivalry might extend through to Rio2016 - China Daily

    Chinese shuttler Lin Dan released his autobiography Until the End of the Worldon the same day he won the gold medal at the London Olympics, whileMalaysian finalist Lee Chong Wei, whom Lin beat to take the gold, published hisautobiography, Dare to Be a Champion, late last year.

    The books' titles hint at the reality that the pair's rivalry will likely continue.
    The recently crowned Chinese champion "Super Dan" is ready to fight at the next Games inRio, especially after he heard Lee will extend his quest to claim Olympic gold to 2016.

    "If Lee plays (in Rio), I will, too," the world No 1 told China Daily in London on Monday - one dayafter he repeated the victory he also claimed in Beijing in 2008.

    The win extended Lin's record over Lee to 14-6.
    Since Lin's Beijing victory, he also beat Lee in the finals of the 2010 Asian Games and the2011 World Championships. Lee's major win over Lin was at the 2011 All EnglandChampionship final.
    "Lin is the greatest badminton player in the world," Lee said after defeat.

    "I just can't beat him when we meet. The good thing is that there's only one Lin Dan in theworld."
    But one would be enough to derail Lee's gold aspirations if the pair clashes again in a majorfinal.
    Lin's response could be bad news for Malaysian badminton fans, who believe their icon couldwin gold in Rio.
    They have been hoping the media reports that London would be Lin's last Olympics were true.
    "There's always a period of reflection after the Olympics," said Lin, who will be 33 in 2016.

    "I'm a responsible man. I will not rush to a decision (to retire from the Games). I'll think about it.But once I make the decision (to keep playing through 2016), I'll do my best, as I always have."
    Lin believes that even if he is too old to play in 2016, other young Chinese shuttlers won't letLee take the gold.
    "If I don't do it, then young players like Chen Long won't let him claim the gold," Lin said.

    Lee, who ended Malaysia's Olympic medal drought - which had lasted since the 1996 Games -with the silver in Beijing, will be 34 years old in 2016. He had been struggling with an injurybefore London.
    But his coach and mentor Misbun Sidek believes Lee can make the final in 2016, as long as hekeeps fighting.
    "He overcame lots of difficulties before London and made it into the final," Sidek said.

    "He is a great man. I would not be surprised to see him in the final in 2016 if he sustains hismotivation and focuses on training."
    While they're fiercely competitive rivals on the court, Lin and Lee are good friends off it.
    Lin invited Lee to his wedding to the world's former women's No 1, Xie Xingfang.
    "I am looking forward to meeting him in China," Lee said.

    "We don't have to compete. We can just sit down and chat like friends."

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