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    That's too bad that Chen Jin got injured. I felt that he did a good job to make it to the semi-finals.

    On the plus side, WZM will earn some good points, and he'll have a real test in the finals against Chen Long probably.

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    CJ is a big joker!!!!!!!...before he plays he retires!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Justin L View Post
    OK, CJ did it again and you guys relished the chance to vilify him. The last time was to Hu Yun in R2 of CHN Masters. Never mind that his physical condition is suspect and he needs time to rebuild his health if he wants to last until Rio'16.

    To be fair,what about those walkovers in the French Open by Sony, Santoso and INA WD? Did anybody say anything? And there are other examples...I've nothing against them, just want to put it into perspective for a balanced view of things.

    Why did CJ tried so hard to come from behind to beat Gao Huan after losing G1 yesterday? Since Wang ZM already assured of SF after knocking out Kashyap, why bother to play so hard? After all, Gao Huan should be an easier opponent for WZM.

    I found myself in the role of apologist for CJ, what for? It's his life and career, he should know what's best for himself. Same goes for every professional player who dedicate the best part of their lives to the sport, risking severe injury, forgoing other things, family life, privacy, and other opportunity costs, etc,etc.

    If they are injured and out of action, nobody really pity them except to pay lip service, other than close friends and family who care. Soon they will be forgotten, consign to history. You are not them and even enjoy the luxury of lampooning them safely hiding behind the cloak of anonymity. Go on, carry on...but before you go to bed at night,just make sure to do some self-reflection so that you can sleep peacefully.

    I think the case is just different about those walkovers in the French Open by Sony, Santoso and INA WD.... coz they're all withdrawn from the very first time (not even playing in that tournament) but Chen Jin played so well yesterday against his compatriot and no signs of getting any injury but now he's doing the walkover. It's surely not only this time that any kinds of suspicious walkovers have been practiced by the CBA but many times... of course this is certainly not a good example to demonstrate the spirit of sportsmanship anyway... even Wang/Yu got no sanctions at all from the CBA for committing an OG match-fixing.... BWF should undertake decisive steps to address this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by julianng View Post
    Check out my post earlier guyz... as I predicted... a walkover by CJ to WZM.... spot on !!

    It doesn't take a rocket scientist to know what this prick is up to...

    He's just hanging in there for the ride that CBA is giving him...
    Yeah .. I noticed too many walkovers from Chen Jin.
    Either he is injury prone or acting on team orders or maybe both.

    One thing is for sure, he need to bulk up fast as there are tons of youngsters waiting to take over his place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mixello View Post
    I think the case is just different about those walkovers in the French Open by Sony, Santoso and INA WD.... coz they're all withdrawn from the very first time (not even playing in that tournament) but Chen Jin played so well yesterday against his compatriot and no signs of getting any injury but now he's doing the walkover. It's surely not only this time that any kinds of suspicious walkovers have been practiced by the CBA but many times... of course this is certainly not a good example to demonstrate the spirit of sportsmanship anyway... even Wang/Yu got no sanctions at all from the CBA for committing an OG match-fixing.... BWF should undertake decisive steps to address this.

    Yeah.. Even i have seen wang/yu playing badminton already.. Did CBA take any steps against them or not because of their own faults but only due to CBA insisted them in doing that???

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    chen jin is not a joker,ok?
    he even receive one walkover from someone who drank too much cold water in singapore!

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    chen jin is not a joker,ok?
    he even receive one walkover from someone who drank too much cold water in singapore!
    Fully agree.
    CJ received too many walkovers and now it's the time to repay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nokh88 View Post
    Fully agree.
    CJ received too many walkovers and now it's the time to repay.
    Good for malaysian losers

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    Quote Originally Posted by laonong View Post
    Good for malaysian losers
    Who are the winners?

    Players playing as side wingers and giving walkovers

    to help team mate advance further are just following team order

    CBA is famous for such act

    and each and every of their player has their turn to be side winger or as the chosen one

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    Having eyes we see not,
    Having ears we hear not...

    It says much about the lack of confidence in the CBA camp that they need to prop up the perennial pretender also-ran WZM in this fashion. If WZM is their only hope for the future apart from CL, the CBA is in deep ****

    Feel sorry for CJ, though; he's one of the main victims of the LD era, not knowing what his next role in the drama will be...

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    Only one person holds the key to the future of Chen Jin

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    Quote Originally Posted by laonong View Post
    Good for malaysian losers
    Oh no someone's mad

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    Quote Originally Posted by zhuangcorp View Post
    Can somebody explain to me what happened?

    Did Chen Jin get injured? Or did he just give WZM a walkover so WZM can gain some ranking points?
    hmm, maybe the 1st reason, but also maybe the 2nd one.

    he indeed might have WDN to give WZM more points, and it's a very likely reason as CBA has too many suspicious withdrawals. but as coins have two sides, he also might decided to WDN trully because of his condition and don't want to risk more than it supposed to be. which reason to believe, i think it's up to which one anybody want to take. but what a person think and believe still can't assured that to be the truth. afterall, the true fact behind all of this only known by CJ himself.

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    Anyone know what kind of injury affected him? Is it a serious one or will he be back soon, soon as in Hong Kong open?

    Edit: Saw he hurt his leg. Still, will he be back for Hong Kong? Or will he take it easy for a while?
    Last edited by Giga01; 11-18-2012 at 01:28 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bad's fan View Post
    hmm, maybe the 1st reason, but also maybe the 2nd one.

    he indeed might have WDN to give WZM more points, and it's a very likely reason as CBA has too many suspicious withdrawals. but as coins have two sides, he also might decided to WDN trully because of his condition and don't want to risk more than it supposed to be. which reason to believe, i think it's up to which one anybody want to take. but what a person think and believe still can't assured that to be the truth. afterall, the true fact behind all of this only known by CJ himself.
    I doubt that giving WZM extra points is the reason for Chen Jin's withdrawal. If that were true, they would've had Chen Long lost to WZM as well.

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    Walkovers among Chinese players are a wonderful combination between ingenuity and duplicity. Sportsmanship is not always a commander in the sport, that's a fact...

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    Bao Chunlai with his good looks (and voice?) could retire early and go into modeling or acting.

    What else can Chen Jin do? At 26,planning to get married and set up family and as he said(half-jokingly or seriously?) work towards Rio 2016. As such, he simply cannot afford consistently poor results or, worse still,injury layoffs. Even if he is thinking of becoming a coach someday,it's years down the road. Meanwhile,he had better show some creditable results, there's no free lunch.

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