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    i didnt watch the Game ....
    i know that YD is lack in English
    but i think its not because of that ...

    The Game pressure maybe ...
    in the Important Point ... Like what he did in All England SF 2008 ...

    THe CBS Radio Interview Translation Already Out
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    The interview was so interesting

    Please Notice me if there any wrong translation, i'll fix it if u help me

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    bad temper? is there any other experiences besides this WC 'throwing racket' behavior? hhmmm this lyd bad temper thing is new for me....

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    Quote Originally Posted by cherry_cupcakes View Post
    in game 3, lyd seems like throwing his racket and look very upset , even the judge gave him a warning, anyone know why?
    i re-watched the match and LYD were mad because he didnt manage to return the high serve from TBH, and he thought that was supposed to be a fault. But the judge said that it wasnt a fault. Then he threw his racket and the judge gave him warning, wow, he's high-tempered
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    yep, he speak some sort of korean language to the line judge

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    LYD speaks lovely, if limited, English , with no accent. I had a chat with him during SSF dinner in KK. He can carry on a decent conversation in English, no problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by george@chongwei View Post
    yep, he speak some sort of korean language to the line judge
    sorry out topic
    but can we speak other language to umpire?wondering ..

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    Quote Originally Posted by pjswift View Post
    LYD speaks lovely, if limited, English , with no accent. I had a chat with him during SSF dinner in KK. He can carry on a decent conversation in English, no problem.
    oh really? so his english isnt that bad after all??? im so curious, hahaha, lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by george@chongwei View Post
    yep, he speak some sort of korean language to the line judge
    hahaha, really? it's useless, the line judge wont understand anyway, lols

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    yep agree, the judges wont understand it...
    and is this 'lack of english skill' happening in other asian as well? as far as i knew indonesian are quite good in basic english.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by george@chongwei View Post
    Unless the umpire understands it..wakaka
    Thought some player who lack of english spoke to umpire , as I know the most effective way is by body language when spoke to umpire , like on the line judges , want to wear something and etc ...
    Just wondering how ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by cherry_cupcakes View Post
    yep agree, the judges wont understand it...
    and is this 'lack of english skill' happening in other asian as well? as far as i knew indonesian are quite good in basic english.....
    It doesnt happen to all asian I believe ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amin Khalili View Post
    Thought some player who lack of english spoke to umpire , as I know the most effective way is by body language when spoke to umpire , like on the line judges , want to wear something and etc ...
    Just wondering how ...
    hmmm.... now im curious what LYD always said to the umpires and line judges since he complains a lot, hahahha

    and i really wanna know if LYD can speak english well, anyone knows?

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    Quote Originally Posted by vanxiaoyi View Post
    i re-watched the match and LYD were mad because he didnt manage to return the high serve from TBH, and he thought that was supposed to be a fault. But the judge said that it wasnt a fault. Then he threw his racket and the judge gave him warning, wow, he's high-tempered
    Quote Originally Posted by YeLLoWind View Post
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    The Game pressure maybe ...
    in the Important Point ... Like what he did in All England SF 2008 ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by cherry_cupcakes View Post
    in game 3, lyd seems like throwing his racket and look very upset , even the judge gave him a warning, anyone know why?
    ...LYD threw his racket on the floor because it was during an intense point of the match & he was simply caught off guard by the semi-flick serve. He tried to blame the service being illegal and tried to get a service fault call from the umpire but to no avail. Thus, down goes the racket.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ctjcad View Post
    ...LYD threw his racket on the floor because it was during an intense point of the match & he was simply caught off guard by the semi-flick serve. He tried to blame the service being illegal and tried to get a service fault call from the umpire but to no avail. Thus, down goes the racket.
    1 cheap point is too big isnt it .... ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ctjcad View Post
    ...LYD threw his racket on the floor because it was during an intense point of the match & he was simply caught off guard by the semi-flick serve. He tried to blame the service being illegal and tried to get a service fault call from the umpire but to no avail. Thus, down goes the racket.
    well, is that really unexpected? that he will do something he shouldnt do? because he really does some unexpected action when complaining, like during the SF of AE 2008, he knocked the umpire's seat by his racket because the shuttlecock shouldve been out, but the umpire said it wasnt, but it was really out during the slow motion playback

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    Default The emotion, the outrage, the fury..

    Quote Originally Posted by Amin Khalili View Post
    1 cheap point is too big isnt it .... ?
    For me, you and others, 1 pt isn't big. But for LYD maybe it's big..
    Quote Originally Posted by vanxiaoyi View Post
    well, is that really unexpected? that he will do something he shouldnt do? because he really does some unexpected action when complaining, like during the SF of AE 2008, he knocked the umpire's seat by his racket because the shuttlecock shouldve been out, but the umpire said it wasnt, but it was really out during the slow motion playback
    ..i'm not here to say that it was really unexpected or not. I'm just giving my opinion on what i saw and what i felt went through LYD's mind/emotion. I don't recall what happened during the 2008 AE SF when LYD erupted and i don't care. But being upset at something that clearly is not right is somewhat justifiable. As for the degree of the outburst, that's definitely up to one's judgment. I'm sure every one of us has gone the same extent, as what LYD did, when something really upset us. Sometimes our emotions just can't hold our actions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ctjcad View Post
    For me, you and others, 1 pt isn't big. But for LYD maybe it's big..

    ..i'm not here to say that it was really unexpected or not. I'm just giving my opinion on what i saw and what i felt went through LYD's mind/emotion. I don't recall what happened during the 2008 AE SF when LYD erupted and i don't care. But being upset at something that clearly is not right is somewhat justifiable. As for the degree of the outburst, that's definitely up to one's judgment. I'm sure every one of us has gone the same extent, as what LYD did, when something really upset us. Sometimes our emotions just can't hold our actions.
    hey, but he didnt have to throw his racket, hahahhaha

    but what he did in SF AE is really right and the point that time was 20-20,honestly, i will also be THAT very mad if i were him

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