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Thread: who is the most polite player??
08-26-2005, 11:44 PM #52Originally Posted by BoboTheBadder
08-27-2005, 03:34 AM #53
count rexy mainaky in if ex player counts. he is very polite. not that ihave met him but i,ve read some posts in the past and seen him in tv for quite a bit. in Indonesia, rexy has some reputation as a polite man.
08-27-2005, 07:51 AM #54
gee thx alot for the info
he seems like that kind of person , kinda soft spoken and reserved
bless him , i gess me and him have something in commin , sometimes i cant look up at people in the eyes while i am talking to him or look at them
but i am heartbroken coz i think he has a girlfriend
Originally Posted by rudytjip
08-27-2005, 07:54 AM #55
thanx alot for the info
i really appreciat it
he looks like a really quite type aaaaw bless him hehehehe
i wonder what his girlfriend is like?
Originally Posted by ctjcad
08-28-2005, 12:00 AM #56
how come no one mentioned the koreans and japanese! i think they are very polite! the jap even bowed to me when i asked them for autograph. very polite! lee hyo jung too!
08-28-2005, 12:39 AM #57Originally Posted by Jay Scott
08-28-2005, 12:44 AM #58
pretty much everyone is nice if u catch them at the right time
everyone is polite if u really catch them at the right time..during the WCs i met a ton of players which included:
zhou mi (<--hilarious lady)
lee chong wei
fu hai feng
and the list goes on.
every single player in this list that i met was very nice...many even gave me there contact info to call them the next time im in there country to hang out. like ants always says...just "treat them like they are normal ppl" and catch them when they seem to want to be approached...haha
zhou mi....she was being nice to u coz u were one of the liason officer...
for me...i think she was rude......ignoring ppl was trying to talk 2 her and tried to hv pics with her
08-29-2005, 10:35 AM #59Originally Posted by legendarycroc
Not u think that it where at himself and not Taufik and allso it is very unlike him, becaurse he is really the nicest guy in the world. He and Taufik get along very well so I dont think that u should jugde him on something u heard juring a game rather base youre impression on a personal meeting with him....
08-29-2005, 11:21 AM #60Originally Posted by McJonas
08-29-2005, 12:07 PM #61Originally Posted by legendarycroc
08-30-2005, 04:18 AM #62Originally Posted by legendarycroc
What I ment was of caurse : Dont you think that it was to himself and not Taufik?
He would never say that to any one certaintly not Taufik....
He is a very nice person and if you ever meet him I am sure that you would agree...
08-30-2005, 05:09 AM #63
If you look up the dictionary, being polite is being "respectful and considerate of other people, being cultured and refined", perhaps the opposite of being rude.
Smiling and friendly do not quite seem to fall into this category although these outward expressions are of great help to being polite.
If players swear and use vulgar language on the courts, if they repeatedly question the officials' decisions unreasonably, if they refused to allow the change of shuttles at the request of their opponents but instead challenge them by referring to the umpire, if they unwillingly return the shuttle on their side to their opponents by abusing the shuttle with their rough flicks of the racket, if they feel they ought not apologize to their opponents for smashing the bird into their bodies, if they show their fists to their opponents, instead of elsewhere when they win a rally, if they purposely delay the game by all sorts of antics, etc., then they are not well-behaved!
Unfortunately, their behaviour can only be seen when they are competing on court and not outside of it. So their actions on court will mainly be judged as being rude or otherwise.
Just how many such players can you find who have not committed such untoward behaviour? Not many, I'm afraid. But Mrs Kuncoro must be pleasantly surprised if I say, so far I've found Sony Kuncoro beyond reproach and I hope Sony will continue to be a good role-model. Maybe it's because of his mild manners and quiet disposition and the influence of his coach, who is a quiet man himself.
Of course, I expect others to have quite a different set of meaning to the word polite.
08-30-2005, 06:49 AM #64Originally Posted by Loh
I agree with you in allmost every thing. But if the players go over the line juring the game, then the umpire will certainly confront them and in the game between KJ and Taufik no sign of this toke place.
So if we all bace our oppion opon some comment we heard juring a single game, then I dont think that the would be any polite sports men or women in this world, perhaps excluding Sony Dwi.
This hole article is who is the nicest player and not if the players can live up to the essens of the word polite, becaurse not many can if you go to bottom of it....
09-03-2005, 08:46 AM #65
guys I think you all forgot Kim Dong Moon and Ra Kyung Ming. They are the nicest players I've ever met.
09-03-2005, 11:44 AM #66
well i have heard from alot of poeple that sony is very polite and totally the oposite of rude
09-10-2005, 01:52 PM #67Originally Posted by w3wmfhe
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