08-31-2006, 11:36 AM #69Originally Posted by bkoe6453
If Taufik is that emotional, then the problem is not on whether the system of badminton is good enough, but the problem is Taufik's emotion itself.
I hate to put it this way, but honestly, would you say the same thing if the one who left today was Peter Gade/ Lin Dan/ LCW, or even Tiger Woods/ Maria Sharapova/ Serena Williams/ David Beckham?
08-31-2006, 11:39 AM #70
picture number 2
after arguing with the referee and the umpire then decided to leave!
08-31-2006, 11:40 AM #71
picture number 3
shake hand with lan din.
08-31-2006, 11:42 AM #72
picture number 4
leaving lin dan
08-31-2006, 11:45 AM #73
picture number 5
dressing down the line judge. part 1.
08-31-2006, 11:47 AM #74
picture number 6
dressing down the line judge. part 2!
darn! just look like he's giving that "v sign" to me!!!!!!!!!
08-31-2006, 11:48 AM #75
picture number 7
08-31-2006, 11:53 AM #76
finally, picture number 8
after shaked hand with lin dan yet again then walked away!
the most funniest part is li yungbo! look at him! he just can't help laughting!!!!!
ok! go on your discussion!!!
08-31-2006, 12:00 PM #77Originally Posted by bkoe6453
08-31-2006, 12:04 PM #78
[quote=bkoe6453]Well, have you ever been cheated when you play a game???
> sure, during a regional competition when i was younger, we think that the opposition cheated on the score which we disputed. the worst is that it was in a duce, 2 points away from the title. to me, that's pretty important.
we lost that match.
[quote=bkoe6453] what's your feeling if someone cheat you??
[quote=bkoe6453] can you accept that straight away??
>no, but we never walk off, we fought on, we were beaten.
[quote=bkoe6453] it's not that easy to accept that.
>yes, it is not easy, but u have to accept it and stop whining, or else u will lose even more.
[quote=bkoe6453] some people might, but most people may not.
>that's why u need to learn to be mentally strong. that's why people priase the never give up fighters, and dishonour the quitting sore losers.
this is what i always try to think: i may lose, but not without a fight!
-and of course there is no point to continue the match when your feeling
-your mind is not in the game! u r just gonna play to entertain the audience.
>this is where your thoughts becomes bitter and make a wrong turn.
this is what you (Him) should be thinking: that stupid call is so wrong, BUT, i AM NOT here to entertain the audience! i AM here to trash my opponent, and to prove that i AM superior. i will get through this! let's get the officials out to make it clear n fair. there is no way that i m going to lose or forfeit because of 2 bad calls by a lady! i AM aiming for the WC and Asian games. my target is bigger and better than Lin Dan. If i waste him now, i would be his demoralizer in our next meeting in a few weeks... making it easier for me to defeat him. HA!
instead, if you think like Taufik:
1. prize$? got plenty at home...
2. trophies? got plent at home... champion in olympics, AE, countless...! , I don't care about this little 6 Star HKO. it's like an amateur exhibition show.
3. the line judge favors the opposition, they don't like me, the hell with it. byebye.
now that this happen, Lin Dan thinks: what a great psychological advantage i have over Taufik. i may not be able to overcome his great backhands and netshots, but his mental game is so unstable, i can remind him of what happen today and repeat my success in a few weeks!
Sun Tze: know yourself, know your opponent; hundreds battles, hundred victories.
i say: accept your weakness, seek improvement, success is near.
no desire to win, no victories.
08-31-2006, 12:07 PM #79
great pics red...thankz alot... but how could you spell Lin Dan as Lan Din...lol
08-31-2006, 12:10 PM #80
Well Taufik has always been known as a tempermental player, I just think that went over board this time. He didn't need to make those gesture to the line gudges like that.
08-31-2006, 12:14 PM #81Originally Posted by red00ecstrat
08-31-2006, 12:19 PM #82
Great snapshots, Thanks red00ecstrat, no one else had better pictures than you!
08-31-2006, 12:20 PM #83
I like one rule in American football is that the players can't touch or insult the umpires or they will be kicked out and penalized. I like to see this rule in all sports, including badminton. They is no reason to insult the line judge woman like that if he thought she made a bad call.
08-31-2006, 12:23 PM #84
08-31-2006, 12:23 PM #85
Come to think of it, Lin Dan got bad calls while play LCW at the Malaysia Open but he still continued. He didn't just throw a tantrum and walk off. Well atlease not until the ceremony and he didn't take it out on the line gudges.
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