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    Quote Originally Posted by sophia_z11 View Post
    Yes, they are paid and the money depends on who you are. If the player is a world champion, the reward is OK, but if they are nobody, I doubt they will get much.
    Only one can become world champion. So others are considered as nobody ?. If they pay feasible amount even for Top 5 ranked players, then playing for CBSL is waste. Better saina can concentrate on touranments as well as IBL. Because it is going to be the highest paid badminton tournaments.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scorpion1 View Post
    Only one can become world champion. So others are considered as nobody ?. If they pay feasible amount even for Top 5 ranked players, then playing for CBSL is waste. Better saina can concentrate on touranments as well as IBL. Because it is going to be the highest paid badminton tournaments.
    Let me rephrase my sentense. If the Chinese player is not in the national team, he is not going to get much. As far as I know, the reward for foreigners in CBSL and IBL are not that different. It is true that IBL is high paid for less known local players and Saina would not get so much in CBSL as playing in IBL. The fact is that we never know if she was asked to join CBSL and I think she can gain enough from the current tournaments.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sophia_z11 View Post
    Let me rephrase my sentense. If the Chinese player is not in the national team, he is not going to get much. As far as I know, the reward for foreigners in CBSL and IBL are not that different. It is true that IBL is high paid for less known local players and Saina would not get so much in CBSL as playing in IBL. The fact is that we never know if she was asked to join CBSL and I think she can gain enough from the current tournaments.
    I am very much pulled by CBSL.. As it gives space to all the local players as well as previous old players of china. Even i asked about the rules and money related to this CBSL to some of my chinese friends, unfortunately, they also dont know about the same.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scorpion1 View Post
    Your dream!!!! :-)
    we know that Saina is very popular within India. Her sponsors there may well be very demanding of her time. So much so, that she cannot juggle other exhibition matches.

    Saina may think playing in CBSL isn't worth the time away from training, working to recover from her knee injury or loss of income from Indian sponsors.

    Perhaps a verbal enquiry was made before and a negative response was given, hence no formal approach. Perhaps BAI didn't give her permission to play.
    Last edited by Cheung; 11-11-2012 at 08:29 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scorpion1 View Post
    Still no answer for my query>> Anybody ? If they are calling Taufik , Ratnachok, why not Saina?
    Scorpion1, you need to put aside your conspiracy theory tendencies. It is ok to be a super fan but not an overzealous one.

    If I was running the CSSL, I would certainly want Saina there, imagine the publicity, sponsorship money etc as the crowd certainly will find it more exciting than watching China vs China. It is like Cheung said Saina could have been invited but declined maybe due to language barrier, other commitments etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rogerv2 View Post
    Scorpion1, you need to put aside your conspiracy theory tendencies. It is ok to be a super fan but not an overzealous one.

    If I was running the CSSL, I would certainly want Saina there, imagine the publicity, sponsorship money etc as the crowd certainly will find it more exciting than watching China vs China. It is like Cheung said Saina could have been invited but declined maybe due to language barrier, other commitments etc.
    Conspiracy theory tendencies ?.. Overzealous?. You are so intentionally blaming me for nothing. If you dont have any answer for that, just leave others to reply. I can accept the reply of cheung. But the way you blaming me is objectionable. I am not making any conspiracy or overzealous. Just wondered why they did not call saina even if they can. Thats all. For that, you have given me so many names?...

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    Quote Originally Posted by scorpion1 View Post
    Conspiracy theory tendencies ?.. Overzealous?. You are so intentionally blaming me for nothing. If you dont have any answer for that, just leave others to reply. I can accept the reply of cheung. But the way you blaming me is objectionable. I am not making any conspiracy or overzealous. Just wondered why they did not call saina even if they can. Thats all. For that, you have given me so many names?...
    Why don't you look back at all your posts in the forum and answer back.
    Anyway, coming back to this IBL, hopefully it will as fun to watch as the Axiata Cup. Still waiting for all the superb Indonesian junior player who excelled in the Axiata to make their presence felt in the SS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scorpion1 View Post
    Yeah.. Saina is more than enough . So, indian counterparts has to rethink to call chinese to the IBL as like Axiata cup
    Axiata Cup is for SEA nations only, India or China do not qualify for invitation.

    As to your other point about Taufik playing in the CBSL, he is greatly respected and considered to be a legend of the game by most people (trolls notwithstanding) including many of the China team players themselves. He is greatly loved by the Chinese people as well. He may not be a world beater today, but he still draws crowds and improves TRPs in China and most of Asia. Just as Saina, Sindhu, Jwala/Ashwini and Kashyap would be in India. But the Indian players would probably not be a big draw in China even if they were invited, and that's the sad truth. Different cultures. It's all subjective. Saina however, is highly appreciated in Hong Kong. And for your information, Taufik is also much appreciated in India.

    So let it rest, there's not much point in getting all worked up about this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scorpion1 View Post
    Still no answer for my query>> Anybody ? If they are calling Taufik , Ratnachok, why not Saina?
    It's Ratchanok. Not Ratnachok.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cobalt View Post
    It's Ratchanok. Not Ratnachok.
    I also always get her name mixed up.
    In the case of Ratchanok, she is probably very affordable to some of the teams in the Chinese League.
    She also needs the exposure and money.

    I also read there will be player auction in some Indian web site. What is this all about?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rogerv2 View Post
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    I also read there will be player auction in some Indian web site. What is this all about?
    Your answer lies in this thread:
    Indian Badminton League (IBL)

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    Quote Originally Posted by cobalt View Post
    Your answer lies in this thread:
    Indian Badminton League (IBL)
    Thanks. Got all the facts and some spicy arguments there as well .

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    Since there is no thread for Anand Pawar, i have to mention his recent victory in the quarters and a semifinal entry in scottish international..
    Congrats... All the very best to get the title of that tournament..

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    Wow.. Anand pawar has entered into the finals of Scottish international beating Rune Usling of Denmark comfortably with scores 21-13, 21-9 ..

    He will meet kazumasa sakai of japan in the finals..

    All the very best dude..

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    He should win this tournament. He is a good player, has beaten quite a few good players.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rajat_remar View Post
    He should win this tournament. He is a good player, has beaten quite a few good players.
    But his opponent is too good to give him an easy ride.......hope he can win this...

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    ^^^.. No disrespect, but Anand Pawar is poor man's Ajay Jayaram. It's hard for him to go to main round in major superseries' qualifiers. He is still a very good player though. Anand and Sai Praneeth try hard but they get beaten in the qualifiers of most of the major tournaments. Sai Praneeth is good player, I believe.

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