You have the right to say this. If a spectator who does not know LD and LCW watches the game, I bet he'll find it boring. In fact, during the match, a spectator yawned loudly, to the amusement of other spectators. However, that's only because these two are at such high levels of the sport where attacking becomes counter-productive. Watch LCW's matches with other players. He will attack given half a chance, because it will usually work. But against LD, he will only attack given a good chance (and sometimes sneak in an attack somewhere just for variation sake) which comes rarely. Attacking, if it does not work, comes at a cost. It causes you to be out of position when your opponent executes a good counter-attack (e.g. a drop, which we saw multiple times when LCW attacked LD). Same goes for LD. How many of his attacks actually worked his favour? During the changeover, I heard LD's coach mention "nai xing", which means patience. That is the name of the game between these two now. It's a game of attrition, which can be boring to watch. Note: When I say attack, I mean smashes predominantly. Drops are also attacks (and we've seen both of them execute plenty of drops that would have floored other opponents) but not as exciting.