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    Quote Originally Posted by danielwong View Post
    LD and the mighty China choose to hide under the blanket
    so what to do?
    that is quite a derogatory remark. First, BWF had admit they were partly at fault for the bad scheduling. Second, it is noble to serve your country first before money and fame. A quality u may not appreciate

    Third, TH is injured. TH's chance of beating LCW is quite high if TH isn't injured. TH had already beaten LCW this year and almost last year Japan open (failed due to string snapping at match point)

    It took 4+ months since being #1 before he win a title says a lot
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    Quote Originally Posted by cooler View Post
    that is quite a derogatory remark. First, BWF had admit they were partly at fault for the bad scheduling. Second, it is noble to serve your country first before money and fame. A quality u may not appreciate

    Third, TH is injured. TH's chance of beating LCW is quite high if TH isn't injured. TH had already beaten LCW this year and almost last year Japan open (failed due to string snapping at match point)

    It took 4+ months since being #1 before he win a title says a lot

    is hitting your coach a noble act??
    throwing racquet at your own nationality noble?
    TH chance of beating LCW is high, LCW chance of beating TH
    is quite high also...anyway I do respect TH, but the best man won that day
    too bad for TH
    4 month to win a title, at least he did it...who else in the world can?
    name me?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cooler View Post
    that is quite a derogatory remark. First, BWF had admit they were partly at fault for the bad scheduling. Second, it is noble to serve your country first before money and fame. A quality u may not appreciate
    Bad scheduling???

    What is wrong with BWFs scheduling? Why is it more wrong for China than for any other nation players?? I don't follow your reasoning..

    /Twobeer

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    Quote Originally Posted by danielwong View Post
    is hitting your coach a noble act??
    throwing racquet at your own nationality noble?
    TH chance of beating LCW is high, LCW chance of beating TH
    is quite high also...anyway I do respect TH, but the best man won that day
    too bad for TH
    4 month to win a title, at least he did it...who else in the world can?
    name me?
    first u blame the whole china team and now u change your focus on one player.

    1. jxp isn't his coach beside, l'm still waiting for your proof.

    2. You have alot to learn boy. Allegiance and loyalty is far more admirable quality than just nationality. Maybe why canada doesn't have a problem like your (if u still dont know what i mean, go read some of pemuda's posts, it's a good intro for you.) Since no disciplinary action taken by BWF or china, nor the incident occurred on your soil and nor involved any of your nationals, why are u as a malaysian so eager to seek your kind of justice on this matter? Are u related to Li Mao?
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...&postcount=103
    3. the last title won by lcw was SG open ~june 15, that was 6 months ago. Are u joking? u don't know who won MS titles since June 15?? Let me list them for u... SK won 3(IO,JO,CM), PG won two (FO, DO), LD won two (TO, CO), even Chen Jin, Tedjono and Nguyen Tien Minh had won 1 each too. That is more than 1 i hope
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    Quote Originally Posted by cooler View Post
    SK won 3(IO,JO,CM), PG won two (FO, DO), LD won two (TO, CO), even Chen Jin, Tedjono and Nguyen Tien Minh had won 1 each too. That is more than 1 i hope

    where is th in ur list??????

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    where is th in ur list??????
    oops, TH won the 2008 macau open title by beating LCW. Sorry, honest mistake, really not intentional It was an important one too
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    NST Online Sport
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    Super Series Masters Final: Superb Chong Wei stamps his mark

    By : K. M. Boopathy



    Lee Chong Wei celebrates after winning the Super Series Masters Finals in Kota Kinabalu yesterday. Chong Wei beat Denmarks Peter Gade Christensen 21-8, 21-16. Pic: DATU RUSLAN SULAI
    THE jinx was finally over as Lee Chong Wei captured his first international crown as the World No 1 by crushing Peter Gade Christensen of Denmark in the Super Series Masters Finals in Kota Kinabalu yesterday.
    Chong Wei, the top seed, was in smashing form and won 21-8, 21-16 in 33 minutes.

    It was also his first international title since winning the Singapore Open in June and the Malaysian admitted he was under some pressure to end the drought.

    However, it was hardly seen in the first game as Chong Wei set a ferocious pace and took a runaway 12-0 lead to give a clear indication that he will not leave Kota Kinabalu empty-handed.

    Chong Wei was more relieved than happy as his decision to skip the Hong Kong Open last month paid dividends in the biggest prize money in a single tournament of his career at US$40,000 (RM138,000) while Christensen settled for US$20,000.
    "Winning titles as World No 1 is what I always wanted," said Chong Wei.

    "However, I was under some pressure going into the match as I was the top seed and I haven't won for some time. But a fast start helped to settle my nerves.

    "I gave up one Super Series (Hong Kong Open) and it ended in good result.

    "I expected a fight from Christensen but my speed probably made it difficult but he played better in the second game.

    "My target next year is the All England and the World Championships and this victory will give me confidence."

    In the women's singles, World No 1 Zhou Mi of Hong Kong completed her brilliant year by beating compatriot Wang Chen 21-14, 21-18 in 32 minutes.

    It was Zhou Mi's fourth title of the year after having won the Korea Open, China Masters, Macau and India Opens earlier.

    http://www.nst.com.my/Current_News/N...cle/index_html

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    Quote Originally Posted by twobeer View Post
    Bad scheduling???

    What is wrong with BWFs scheduling? Why is it more wrong for China than for any other nation players?? I don't follow your reasoning..

    /Twobeer
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...3&postcount=48

    i didnt say or meant it was more wrong for china, that is for the china team executives to judge. The task of organizing the entire china team for a 4 week off site training is almost as difficult, if not more difficult, then for BWF organizing a 4 day SS final event. If BWF is late with their tournament itinerary, the team can't sit around and twiddle their thumbs. I don't blame if u don't know but in china, the chinese new year (Jan 26, 2009) is more important than christmas and the julian calendar new year. Delaying the winter military training program means a real logistic mess for the coming chinese new year pilgrimage. If u haven't seen pictures of cars on highway or the train stations, u have no idea of the scale of this holiday.

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    here is a photo of a crowd scene of people ( est. 1/2 million) waiting at the Guangzhou Train Station in 2008 chinese new year due to a snowstorm. I think chinese people there is taking extra preparation for this coming CNY.
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    mod, please move post #748 to 757 to this thread
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dato Asbullah View Post
    To be honest, nothing big for Datuk Lee won the title since the CHN players didnt participate.

    Well, we must accept that DLCW is No. 1, IN CONDITION that LD is missing in action.
    If LD had turned up for SSF,it would be like the Thomas Cup match for him.Unless LD can bring his Beijing crowd of 7000 with him as well.
    Really, you should come and watch LCW courtside some time instead of imagining.You didn't see how TH and PG looked in G1 when LCW's back to his 'normal' speed.LCW was so fast both were left wondering and wandering.LCW was scary.
    Don't be such a CHN worshipper.You've seen how far CJ had gone in DO08 and FO08 without any escorts.CHN need the herd confidence to win.Also they need the right tournament format.The SSF is an untested format for them.CHN knew they would lose face if they cannot win in SSF,that's why they dared not turn up.By boycotting, they know a lot of fans will think like you;the SSF is not that great and the CHN aura of superiority is perpetuated.But I wonder for how long?
    But the most important, Dato, is to learn to give credit where credit is due.LCW played spectacular;some of his shots were unreturnable and has nothing to do with speed.You gotta be there to catch it and the crowd was really thrilled and exceptionally lucky to see such exquisite display.
    LCW is a deserving SSF champion.Be proud of and be happy for your Datuk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cooler View Post
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...3&postcount=48

    i didnt say or meant it was more wrong for china, that is for the china team executives to judge. The task of organizing the entire china team for a 4 week off site training is almost as difficult, if not more difficult, then for BWF organizing a 4 day SS final event. If BWF is late with their tournament itinerary, the team can't sit around and twiddle their thumbs. I don't blame if u don't know but in china, the chinese new year (Jan 26, 2009) is more important than christmas and the julian calendar new year. Delaying the winter military training program means a real logistic mess for the coming chinese new year pilgrimage. If u haven't seen pictures of cars on highway or the train stations, u have no idea of the scale of this holiday.
    I think it is stretching it that 4 days over in Malaysia would make or brake the logistics of their training camp and new years celebration at end of january.. I guess most Danes etc. wants to be home at christmas and new years eve the 31st of dec!! as well.. (christmas and new years eve is quite big hollidays in christian countries as well...if you haven't noticed )

    I can understand if they feel their players would maybe not performe optimal, that it is better to withdraw than to "loose face"... Or if they want to make a mark against BWF and are unhappy in general with how BWF runs things..
    These are reasons i think would make sense.. blaming "planning" and training/scheduling is pretty lame excuses in my opinion though :-)

    /Twobeer

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    Quote Originally Posted by cooler View Post
    here is a photo of a crowd scene of people ( est. 1/2 million) waiting at the Guangzhou Train Station in 2008 chinese new year due to a snowstorm. I think chinese people there is taking extra preparation for this coming CNY.
    Are you trying to tell me, there is a lot of men and women in china???

    And that the 10 or so players not sent to Kota Kinabalau takes a vital part in preparing the trains for big snowfall ??

    /Twobeer

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    Quote Originally Posted by danielwong View Post
    LD and the mighty China choose to hide under the blanket
    so what to do?
    They dont have to hide in the blanket and afraid of meet any players in the world, including DLCW, especially LinDan.

    Even though DLCW win that title, he is still not yet to be crown the No. 1 title. All of us know that there is still 1 man who is better than him, that is Lin Dan for CHN.

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    He already has been crown No. 1 in the world for more than three month. Just because he is not No. 1 in your mind does not effect reality. Lin dan may or may not be better than LCW but currently he IS world number 1.

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    Congrats Chong Wei !!!! Lucky it's a holiday or I'll be in school shouting at my friends face. haha !!

    Well, LCW is world no.1 but I still think he has some difficulty beating Lin Dan. If LCW can defeat Lin Dan like he always does in group events, then it'll be so so good. I really really hope that he'll be alble to do so.

    Nevertheless, the most important thing is

    CHONG WEI JIA YOU !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by twobeer View Post
    Are you trying to tell me, there is a lot of men and women in china???

    And that the 10 or so players not sent to Kota Kinabalau takes a vital part in preparing the trains for big snowfall ??

    /Twobeer
    players plus coaching staff. A big part of the training camp objective is team building. U may not value it as much some other countries do. What good is team building if 1/4 of your team isn't there? How silly of u to think the training camp is to prepare for big snowfall. No, they are there to fine tune their match fixing, to master racquet throwing technique, and some martial arts to hit someone better so the victim is down unconsicous so it can't be reported to the media LOLOL
    The real army will handle the snow removal. LOLOLOL.
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