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Discussion in 'China Professional Players' started by labyrinthian, Jun 1, 2005.
these pics for you all ^^
In some angles, CY looks younger than FHF.
It is a shame that they lost. It seems CAI made quite a few mistakes and FU can not smash as hard as he used to. I missed his smashes, Man, it was powerful!!
It was a good match in the end ,and could easily go either way,both team deserve to be winners. I think Fu is not 100%yet with his left shoulder and Cai is lacking match practice...wait till the All England , they will be the dominate force again !
Happy Chinese New Year to all of you!
Chinese New Year is approching, the national team held an annual party yesterday afternoon. Here are some pictures of Cai&Fu. Enjoy!
woooowwww...they look soo gorgeous...thats why i adore CHN badm. players
i wish i was among of them..
anyone pliss..tell me who are they ?? left to right ??
Picture #1 (from left to right) -- Guo Zhendong, Xu Chen, He Hanbin, Fu Haifeng, Cai Yun.
Training sidelights of China national team before 2010 AE
Two videos showing how the national team punish the losers after team match, enjoy!
hahahahaha very funny but painful punishment
It's been a long time not to see this site again. There was so many assignment from my lecturer in Gadjah Mada University..
Yeah, I wanna tell u sth. I dont know every single event about badminton championship so I dont know at when that photos was (I mean, the photos of cai-fu, both of them wear yellow uniform)
O yea, I wanna tell u more. I have a friend who came from Beijing. Her name is Silvia, she cames from Beijing, but actually I dont know from what university she comes from. I know her because she was a member of AIESEC in Beijing, so there was an exchange program from her university, and she came to Indonesia (actually in Diponegoro University). And when she went to Yogyakarta, she told me that.. In China, there is two athletes named CAI YUN. Ones from Table tennis, and the other one from badminton. CAI YUN (who is table-tennis's athlete) is more popular than CAI YUN (who is badminton's athlete). Oh my God! Is that true? Who lived in China?
Oh God, Im really sorry because I didn't read the threat before. Now I know that the photos of Cai-Fu which of them used yellow uniform was in Korean open. Am I correct anyway?
Im really sorry because I asked an unimportant question for all of you..
where is Cai Yun????????????:crying:
Maybe I can answer your question, but I'm sorry I didn't got your point. If possible, send SMS to me.
Pictures of Cai&Fu during 1st round of AE
The match last night was a little bit tough, but they got through it. Thanks God!
Pls keep fighting, Fengyun!
If you have the means, please extend (and translate) this message to the recepient
Dear Cai Yun,
I know you are deeply frustrated of your loss against Boe-Mogensen, especially that they have never defeated you. I know it pisses you off to lose at such an important tournament, and it's really annoying that most of the crowd are against you. However, venting your anger by kicking your racket towards the audience wouldn't help. It will only bring you a guilty feeling and damage your reputation as a sportsman.
Please do not do that again. Many people, including me, look up to you. You are a great ambassador of badminton.
I'm sure, by now, you've already realized your mistake. We understand that you are only human, that you are not perfect, and that you also have a threshold in terms of controlling your emotions. But please do remember that, although you do not have control of the external situations (the hecklers, the line calls, etc), you have control over yourself. You are stronger than your anger. Take that anger and use it to win the next tournament.
I believe in you Cai Yun.
^^You forgot to add this at the end..^^
I believe in you Cai Yun.
Your #1 fan,
I know you're jealous. Don't be. I would have done the same had you vented out your anger on court. In fact, I'm writing you this letter to also prove I'm also your fan. I know someday we'll meet in person and will be able to watch you play. When that time comes, I'll be in the sidelines, cheering.
From your #232 fan
That's very touching...
too bad I did not have the chance to watch the game.
Cai Yun apologises in his blog
Cai Yun apologises in his blog for his unsportsmanlike behaviors following their loss to Boe/Mogensen in All England weeks ago.