All England 2010 : the finals (Sunday, march 14th)

Discussion in 'German Open / All England / Swiss Open 2010' started by Thom_bad, Mar 13, 2010.

  1. yamsyams

    yamsyams Regular Member

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    Anyway back to WD oh finally Du/Yu is 2 points away and finally the MD can begin!
     
  2. Dr. Evil

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    As if logical reasoning can help the situation. We are talking about sohai here.
     
  3. panasonic_chai

    panasonic_chai Regular Member

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    im also in favour of a better system for badminton.. i was hoping something like replays used in tennis can be implemented.. tat can clamp down alot of unfair decisions
     
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    it's a goodbye from CS/ZYL now...so sad...
    and looks like you guys are still not interested with other than that-silly-linecall-thingy..
     
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    Prof P

    Luckily Prof P is not here.
     
  6. george@chongwei

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  7. yamsyams

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    heh i think you kind of misunderstood me. I mean like a better protest system, not replay system. The current replay system works already, so why not use that? Its just that such calls are very rarely overturned by the umpire that it sets a precedent to players not to bother challenging the calls.
     
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    du jing yu yang won the 3rd set 21-13! what a 70 minutes battle...
     
  9. panasonic_chai

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    ok im back to watch MD :D
     
  10. gidong

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    Whatever it is LCW already WIN ............. and he deserved to WIN !!!!!!!!!!!!! :p
     
  11. Destricto_Ense

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    Both sides please just give it a break. Both players deserve applause, and LCW would be the last player I would suspect of gamesmanship. The fault lies with the line judge, the umpire, and BWF's antiquated judging system.
     
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    CS/ZYL can't seem to bring it in the finals....again
     
  13. nokh88

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    I am going to bed.
     
  14. george@chongwei

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    Eventhough if he did complain, so what? It's the line judge who pointed that shot was in, and LCW just screaming and shouting with joy that he won the match. Anything wrong?

    Can u tell me more about what's the problem here?
     
  15. singhzico

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    yes sixseven i play everwhere distance does not deter me frm playin anywhere there is a malaysian club in richmond hill 2
     
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    Agree

    Fully agree.......
     
  17. yamsyams

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    If the MD turns out to be another 1.5h thriller Im gonna regret it in the morning.

    Ah whatever screw sleep go Paaske/Rasmussen
     
  18. george@chongwei

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    oh. u meant the replay system? but the problem is that not every tournament actually offer this kind of service. p/s, u know la..some of the tournament purposely dont wanna show the replay just for 'some reason;..
     
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    Yeah, but try to refrain from using strong words which can be considered as personal attack, wouldnt want you to get banned ;)
     
  20. yamsyams

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    heh 2007 CO is prime example. purposely point the camera away.

    yea I agree its not foolproof, but it would at least be an improvement, and big tournaments (SS/TC/Sudirman/OG/etc) all should have adequate coverage.
     

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