A different Lin Dan -LYB

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  1. taufik-ist

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    lost is lost, bro..... :D

    i think Lcw was exhausted after previous match againts TH
     
  2. cooler

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    yes, ld and lyb were figuring out lcw weakness.
    same goes for the final, wch, a weaker player than lcw, came close but didnt win the first game but ld wax wch in the 2nd.

    when tbh/kkk were winning hot late last year and early this year, u MAL fans were thinking legendary status for them already. LOL Once figured out, ALL MAL MD arent no match for fu/cai.
     
  3. LI De Quan

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    Lost is lost,
    LD beat LEE CW yesterday because he played better than LEE CW yesterday.
    This is the only reason!!!
    Your MAS fans are always looking for some excuse for LEE CW's lose to LD.
     
  4. huangkwokhau

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    now It is Official that Xball is Malaysian version of Indra.
    Pls remember that true champion will will what it takes...even he plays 3 hard sets before...
    Just accept that LD was better than LCW in 3rd set like I accepted the fact that TH lost so damn close to LCW...
    The most important that those players played out of their heart and no WO...good for sport...there is no need to find excuses....
    Anyway LCW is same league with LD/TH/PG/BCL/CH...any given day, they can beat each other...
     
  5. taufik-ist

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    huammm...

    still awake and i'm still partying to celebrate ina wd winning :)
    (drinking cup of coffee.. sluurrp)
     
  6. huangkwokhau

    huangkwokhau Regular Member

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    Justwoke up...9.50 am here...yes...as usual, I am having coffee in the morning....anway, i will be back to Indo for a visit in mid august , also meeting my good friend, yayuk basuki.
    May be I can meet you and krisna while I am in indo
     
  7. taufik-ist

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    yayuk basuki is your friend :D... wow
    how did you meet ?

    it would be my honour to have a new friend like you :D
     
  8. huangkwokhau

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    in LA....I met her also last May in jakarta selatan....I followed her tourney with suharyadi last time...from NY to toronto and LA....I do not play tennis but I do follow tennis well enough . I met also Ayu, Angie and sandy gumulya..and Wynne prakusya ( nice gal)
     
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    LMAO.

    Would you give the same excuse if LCW get the same draw and lose to LD again in WC??? When are you going to learn that "WIN IS A WIN". Both players has equal chances to receive a good/bad draw, if he couldn't survive the challenge then he is not tough enough. Look how many titles that LD won 1 after another.

    I am not saying that LCW sucks, just that LD is better and has that slight edge of LCW. And in case if you don't know enough of the game of badminton, look at the SCORE BOARD !!!
     
  10. LI De Quan

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    totally agree with you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    Also, are you implying that LCW can only win if he gets a favorable draw? Ain't him suppose to be unstoppable and the best according to X Ball??? So , the best player in the world today don't have enough stamina, and he can not get himself together again after a so-called "bad call"... well, too bad then.:rolleyes:

    Wow.. these excuses really stinks...

    so LCW had a "tough" draw... hmmm.. if Peter Gade were to en route to the final... he would have to go through Taufik, LCW, LD, then WCH... Is that tough???

    Taufik had to play Gade first before LCW... so it wasn't hard for him, okay.:rolleyes:

    Lin Dan played Bao in a 3 setter that lasted over 70 minutes, while LCW and TH lasted 50 minutes... so LD and Bao must have taken 20 minutes to exchange shuttle, towel down, and do all the other stuff, right?:confused:
     
  12. zqloy

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    Keep in mind that things can go another way round :cool:
    Match or no match we shall see what happens in WC.
     
  13. Joyous

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    Ha ha, you fellas haven't changed one bit. Some still so prejudiced, finding excuses for their hero's failure and some still gloating. I wonder what LCW, LD, TH, etc. have to say about all these comments. I am sure they don't try to find excuses for their losses and deep deep down know that they just have to buck up despite one or two bad calls. Look at the recent Wimbledon, even Federer challenged the hawk eye but everybody took those complaints in stride.

    I guess Indo and Malaysian fans are in a way more 'passionate' as badminton is one game that has put them on the world map of sports.
     
  14. cooler

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    - time will tell
    - tomorrow is another day
    - life is like a box of chocolate
    - blah blah blah

    your post has no content lol
     
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  15. zqloy

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    Its just a reply to yr similarly "contentless" post :cool:
     
  16. cooler

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    don't copy cooler:p
     
  17. Loh

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    Wah, I missee the show otherwise I'll party with you. I knew they are good and often wonder whay Indonesia did not pair them up earlier.

    But if they can be crowned WC champions, Woooow! :D
     
  18. X Ball

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    Nobody said it is not tough for PG if he were to have taken the same route. What we are saying it was tough for LCW because he took that route (comprehend eh ?)
     
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    Well, in that case you can never be wrong. If LCW won, "I have told you that". If he lost, "hey, he is not at his best".

    Can I say "At his best, Hafiz is unbeatable at home"? Sure, why not.
     
  20. pjswift

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    Did not happen with TH.
     

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