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    Quote Originally Posted by *GaDe~CaMiLlA*
    peter gade smoking??
    I somehow can't believe this at all! Peter Gade is too "professional" and perfectionist for that...

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    Quote Originally Posted by seven
    I somehow can't believe this at all! Peter Gade is too "professional" and perfectionist for that...
    I'm really sorry for all those professionals who smoke.

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    Default for Lin Dan/China rivals

    Now here's a chance to pin dpwn LinDan for his loss in AE

    1) He was on drugs, carry out a urine test

    2) He was smokong, bad role model for badminton promotion

    3) He was injured, he should have retired

    4) He gave the game to Chen Hong, he was gulty of

    not wanting to win badly, he should have aggravated his injury so that he would lose in the world champs and also make way for new stars in China.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loh
    I'm really sorry for all those professionals who smoke.
    i dont know if they are worthy to be sympathised with, especially since they are professional players.. unless they've been brought up to smoke since childhood or something, which i think is unlikely.

    anyway, we digress from the original topic. crazy_smasher, why don't you watch the match again and judge for yourself?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anatolii
    i dont know if they are worthy to be sympathised with, especially since they are professional players.. unless they've been brought up to smoke since childhood or something, which i think is unlikely.

    anyway, we digress from the original topic. crazy_smasher, why don't you watch the match again and judge for yourself?
    I have not seen n do not have it n not likely to be able to get it

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    I have just seen the HK version.

    I didn't see any panting but LinDan

    looked lost in sets 2 & 3.

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    what's wrong with smoking..??? it's their own freewill isn't it???
    i do know that some of the chinese players smoke.... but maybe their coach doesn't know.... hahaha

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    btw i think Lin Dan lost maybe because he was tired... 3 games for most matches.... and the bandage on his knees could mean muscle strain hence causes his speed and movement to become slower....

    he was also losing concentration after the 1st set, which i think he played the 1st set pretty well.... hiaz...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bbn
    Now here's a chance to pin dpwn LinDan for his loss in AE

    1) He was on drugs, carry out a urine test

    2) He was smokong, bad role model for badminton promotion

    3) He was injured, he should have retired

    4) He gave the game to Chen Hong, he was gulty of
    Come on guys, it so obvious that it was:
    5) checking out Chen Hong's new NS7000, he was

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    Quote Originally Posted by jcl49
    Come on guys, it so obvious that it was:
    5) checking out Chen Hong's new NS7000, he was
    Can't be because Chen was using NS8k

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    At first I thought he did give away the match on purpose so I decided to watch some earlier matches of his.

    After having seen the German 2004, Denmark, China and All-England semifinal again I have come to the conclusion that he did not give it away, rather he simply lost focus. The most obvious example of this would be the AE-SF against Wong Choong Hann where he blew a huge lead to lose the second set. This type of behavior is also exhibited in the China Open against Bao Chunlai where Lin Dan gave away a string of points ( although he did not lose the game ).

    Granted, this was the longest period where he gave away the points but we have to consider the the opponent was another Chinese player. In this case when the inevitable came maybe Lin Dan just gave up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chinadoll
    what's wrong with smoking..??? it's their own freewill isn't it???
    i do know that some of the chinese players smoke.... but maybe their coach doesn't know.... hahaha
    Smoking's real bad.

    80 % of people in China smoke, you can say there is Chinese dominance/hegemony in smoking but Westerners dont seem to mind.

    Smoking causes serious damage to the body which manifests itself in later life.

    I fact there is a worldwide ban on advertising by tobacco and alcohol companies.

    So tobacco & alcohol cos cannot sponsor sports events ,

    some even suggest that Yonex should be included, that means no more badminton on TV.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bbn
    Smoking's real bad.

    80 % of people in China smoke, you can say there is Chinese dominance/hegemony in smoking but Westerners dont seem to mind.

    Smoking causes serious damage to the body which manifests itself in later life.

    I fact there is a worldwide ban on advertising by tobacco and alcohol companies.

    So tobacco & alcohol cos cannot sponsor sports events ,

    some even suggest that Yonex should be included, that means no more badminton on TV.
    80% is too much to be true. according to an article I just read, 52.5% of the population smoke or are affected by second-hand smoking. its due to the high concentration of the population in large cities.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bbn
    some even suggest that Yonex should be included, that means no more badminton on TV.
    who's that idiotic 'some'..

    chinadoll, cigarette smoke negatively affects the environment. smoking is an eyesore. if those are not wrong enough, it damages every part your body.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bbn
    Smoking's real bad.

    80 % of people in China smoke, you can say there is Chinese dominance/hegemony in smoking but Westerners dont seem to mind.

    Smoking causes serious damage to the body which manifests itself in later life.

    I fact there is a worldwide ban on advertising by tobacco and alcohol companies.

    So tobacco & alcohol cos cannot sponsor sports events ,

    some even suggest that Yonex should be included, that means no more badminton on TV.
    Its a fact that alot of pple smokes there. Their cigs there are dirt cheap... a box for 2RMB? Singapore a box for SGD $9~10 dollars... so its only 40 cents a box there and each is abt 2 cents only. whereas a cig here cost abt 50cents...

    To sum in up
    It burns your money and your life

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    stay on topic, please.

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    stay on topic, please.
    Do you have any links or results for the 2005 boston open? Draw links?

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