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    Exclamation Taufik avoid Ban

    Taufik can breathe easy now and look foward to Asian Games in Doha. After going thru some discussion, IBF have reached a decision by deducting Taufik's Ranking points and consolation prize money that he got at Hong Kong Open earlier this year.
    This happened after Taufik walk-out during a game because of some bad calls when he was playing LinDan of China.

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    Default Can breathe easy, tell me abt it..

    Quote Originally Posted by ants
    Taufik can breathe easy now and look foward to Asian Games in Doha. After going thru some discussion, IBF have reached a decision by deducting Taufik's Ranking points and consolation prize money that he got at Hong Kong Open earlier this year.
    This happened after Taufik walk-out during a game because of some bad calls when he was playing LinDan of China.

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    ..thank you ants for the info...wah, Taufik got off easy this time around..

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    Default A warning to Taufik..

    Quote Originally Posted by ants
    Taufik can breathe easy now and look foward to Asian Games in Doha. After going thru some discussion, IBF have reached a decision by deducting Taufik's Ranking points and consolation prize money that he got at Hong Kong Open earlier this year.
    This happened after Taufik walk-out during a game because of some bad calls when he was playing LinDan of China.

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    ..and as noted here, in IBF's official website..

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    Decision for Taufik

    24 September 2006

    http://www.internationalbadminton.org



    The IBF Disciplinary Committee made its decision about Taufik Hidayat's conduct at the recent Yonex/Sunrise Hong Kong Open 2006.



    At a press conference held during the finals of the QI-IBF World Championships 2006, IBF Chair of Events, Paisan Rangsikitpho told the media that Taufik Hidayat will not receive any match bans for his conduct at the Yonex/Sunrise Hong Kong Open 2006.

    Taufik of Indonesia, walked out early in his quarterfinal match against Lin Dan because of a controversial line call.

    His case was reviewed by a Disciplinary Committee and it was decided that Taufik will not be awarded his World Ranking Points or his prize money for that event. That would mean that Taufik would lose 2970 ranking points and USD2500.00.

    "Taufik was very apologetic and understands that he cannot do this again. The punishment will definitely be more severe if he violates the players' Code of Conduct again," said Paisan.

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    This is good news. I am not a proponent of Taufik walking out out of the HK Open; but, when Taufik steps on the court and just plays, he's good for badminton. He's an incredible player and just beautiful to watch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ants
    Taufik can breathe easy now and look foward to Asian Games in Doha. After going thru some discussion, IBF have reached a decision by deducting Taufik's Ranking points and consolation prize money that he got at Hong Kong Open earlier this year.
    This happened after Taufik walk-out during a game because of some bad calls when he was playing Lin Dan of China.

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    Thanks ants. I hope he doesn't do it again

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    lol...What is US$2500 to him anyway.
    Don't think he will be bother with the ranking point either as he is not bother to be world number 1 again.

    Anyway, I am glad with the final decision by IBF.
    It sound fair and square.
    If a ban, then I think many people will not be happy about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hyun007
    Anyway, I am glad with the final decision by IBF.
    It sound fair and square.
    If a ban, then I think many people will not be happy about it.
    ...but with an added "stern warning" not for him to do it again cos tougher action(s) will come down...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ctjcad
    ...but with an added "stern warning" not for him to do it again cos tougher action(s) will come down...
    beside, INA had such poor results no use to beat up a battered team some more

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    What if Taufik refuses to give back his US$2500 prize money? That would be interesting.

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    that was a light sentence, i'm sure taufik is happy for fork out that small amount

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    Quote Originally Posted by taneepak
    What if Taufik refuses to give back his US$2500 prize money? That would be interesting.
    I think that would be hilarious!

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    He is childish if he does that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ants
    He is childish if he does that.
    Ahhhh, but it would be so funny I think...

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    I think they NEED to stomp on that IMO irrespective of who it is. Some kids in the nationals juniors for Oz walked out of a presentation and they were barred from selection for a hefty period a few years back, they didn't do it again....

    I think there needs to be a certain chivalry to players - it all evens out and you have to accept that the linejudge is just human. They all take it when it goes their way, after all.

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    Default A bit off topic..

    Quote Originally Posted by Russki Bear
    I think there needs to be a certain chivalry to players - it all evens out and you have to accept that the linejudge is just human. They all take it when it goes their way, after all.
    sir Russki Bear, i concur with you there...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Russki Bear
    I think there needs to be a certain chivalry to players - it all evens out and you have to accept that the linejudge is just human. They all take it when it goes their way, after all.
    I wish for the good old days where the player deliberately hit the shuttle out if the line judge call the last shot out when it is actually in, in his favor.

    Badminton afterall, is a gentleman sport.

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