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    Quote Originally Posted by LD rules! View Post
    Troubled by the amount of upcoming talent.
    Ha ha... Good joke of the day...

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    Quote Originally Posted by scorpion1 View Post
    Ha ha... Did you forget the same wang lin lost to saina in previous tournaments... Ha ha...
    We should be fair to Wang Lin..she's only lost to Saina in two previous tournaments, one of which was after her major injury.

    For her to defeat Saina as she tries to regain her top condition is not a big surprise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Granum View Post
    We should be fair to Wang Lin..she's only lost to Saina in two previous tournaments, one of which was after her major injury.

    For her to defeat Saina as she tries to regain her top condition is not a big surprise.
    I think that i did not do any unfair treatment to WangLin as if you are mentioning .. When LDRules pointed out saina's loss to WangLin, then its my duty to point out her previous losses to same Saina . Does it mean unfair?? Lol .If he deliberately say something like "saina is not the best" for his self pleasure, we cant hide to show all her achievements which is very well necessary to prove her glory..

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    But Saina clearly isn't the best at the moment, she isn't ranked #1 and she's lost her last 3 matches.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LD rules! View Post
    But Saina clearly isn't the best at the moment, she isn't ranked #1 and she's lost her last 3 matches.
    Childish !!!! What an invention??? If you are not world No.1, you are not the best..??? Lol... So, nobody is best except no.1 rank in the world??

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    So basically what you're saying is Saina is the best in the world at the moment, despite only winning 1 out of the last 4 matches!

    Saina won't win tomorrow, she isn't the best in the world, time to face reality

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    Quote Originally Posted by LD rules! View Post
    So basically what you're saying is Saina is the best in the world at the moment, despite only winning 1 out of the last 4 matches!

    Saina won't win tomorrow, she isn't the best in the world, time to face reality
    Still one amongst the best of the world? yes she definitely is....
    Regarding tomorrows match, Never be so sure, unless you have fixed it

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    Whether she passes tomorrow hurdle or not, she is still one of the best in the world...

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    Saina has entered the semis by defeating Schenk. Tine Baun couldnt snatch a game from Inthanon, which could have qualified her for the semis. She faces Li Xuerui now.

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    People tend to find pleasure by simply posting some irrelevant comments against Top Ranked players especially targeting saina for showing their esteem presence. .. And those who defends themselves are referred as "t...." .. What's happening here.!!! Really frustrating..
    Players who are in the top level did not come that easily as they are thinking... They have paid a very hard training which these people never thought of even in the dream.. Whoever they may be, whether they are from China, Malaysia, Japan, Korea and India, they are proving themselves in this tough arena with their dedicated work and wonderful skills.. My humble request is that those who targets a particular player need to think of or visualize themselves in the position of players and see whether they would be able to attain that highest level without sacrifying anything... This is my humble request...

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    Saina lost but it was a respectable effort compared to the first 2 matches.
    Wonder what would have happened if she had won the first game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scorpion1 View Post
    People tend to find pleasure by simply posting some irrelevant comments against Top Ranked players especially targeting saina for showing their esteem presence. .. And those who defends themselves are referred as "t...." .. What's happening here.!!! Really frustrating..
    Players who are in the top level did not come that easily as they are thinking... They have paid a very hard training which these people never thought of even in the dream.. Whoever they may be, whether they are from China, Malaysia, Japan, Korea and India, they are proving themselves in this tough arena with their dedicated work and wonderful skills.. My humble request is that those who targets a particular player need to think of or visualize themselves in the position of players and see whether they would be able to attain that highest level without sacrifying anything... This is my humble request...
    There will always be people like this. Just ignore them as they are just baiting you to react.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scorpion1 View Post
    Ha ha... Come out of the closet man .... Even i can say the same when Li xuerui even lost to Asian junior champion p.v.sindhu..WOW>>>Hurray !!!!
    Just wondering, by logic, if Li lost to Sindhu and Saina didn't beat Li, this must surely mean that Saina is worse than both Sindhu and Li at the moment, yes?

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    Excellent Saina .. Just watched the semifinal match of yesterday.. You were totally dominating in the first and second game.. Even crushed Li in the second game.. If you have concentrated more on your mental strength, you would have gone to finals .. Excellent come back despite suffering from knee problem.. Fantabulous show by you. Your cross court drop shots , mind blowing net dribbles, your wonderful smashes made li stranded in the first and second game. . Just concentrate more on your mental strength.. You will be champion.. Wonderful... Go ahead saina.. We are waiting to see you with more strength in both your body and mind...

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    Quote Originally Posted by scorpion1 View Post
    Excellent Saina .. Just watched the semifinal match of yesterday.. You were totally dominating in the first and second game.. Even crushed Li in the second game.. If you have concentrated more on your mental strength, you would have gone to finals .. Excellent come back despite suffering from knee problem.. Fantabulous show by you. Your cross court drop shots , mind blowing net dribbles, your wonderful smashes made li stranded in the first and second game. . Just concentrate more on your mental strength.. You will be champion.. Wonderful... Go ahead saina.. We are waiting to see you with more strength in both your body and mind...
    Nice article (funnily enough in an Indian newspaper) that you might like to read concerning this post

    http://articles.timesofindia.indiati...tion-hard-work

    (Interestingly, Michael Phelps is described as Australian... Says A LOT)

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    Saina , you just exploited li's weaknesses in the first game and second.. You have Gifted some points during crucial time of the match.. So, avoid your nervousness and play your normal wonderful game. Definitely, you will be champion in the future ..

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    Saina Nehwal signed as brand ambassadar by Sahara.

    "http://sports.ndtv.com/othersports/badminton/item/200887-saina-nehwal-signed-as-brand-ambassador-by-sahara"

    EXCERPTS:

    On the association, the World No.3 said: "It's a great honour to be associated with Sahara India Pariwar which, apart from being a huge business conglomerate, has also done tremendously for the cause of promotion of sports in India. This has certainty boosted my confidence and I am sure that I will be able to bring pride to the nation."

    The sportspersons supported by Sahara include Gagan Narang, Abhinav Bindra, Tejaswini Sawant, Vijender Singh, Sushil Kumar, M.C. Mary Kom, Yogeshwar Dutt, Vijay Kumar, Sania Mirza, Dola Banerjee, Asher Noria, Kapil Dev, Sourav Ganguly, Jyotirmoy Sikdar, Zaheer Khan, Rajyavardhan Rathore, Gagan Ajit Singh, Harbhajan Singh, Yuvraj Singh, Leander Peas, Rahul Dravid, Virender Sehwag and Bula Chowdhury.

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