China Super Series 2007 - Day 4 (23 Nov) - QF

Discussion in 'Vietnam Open / China Open (2) 2007' started by robin7, Nov 22, 2007.

  1. huangkwokhau

    huangkwokhau Regular Member

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    Her coach is Wong tat Meng..........
     
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    Yes..KKK /TBH was forcing to smash too much....They are okay...not too upset....ready for HKG open.........
     
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    U guys r happy that the uncles won..but u guys always underestimated them when they play.Honestly speaking,i think they're playing more consistent than ur KK/TBH.Dont get too happy to get an MD no 1 in the world,cos soon it'll be over.It's just temporary.

    Poor them uncles to have u guys as a spectator.They're fighting for ur country out there..give some support,would u?Learn from other countries spectators..we stand for every players that fight for our country.:(:(:(
     
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    Well, their names are very long and hard to remember so I thought it's easier to shorten it to Fairuz/zakry. It's coined with affection.
     
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    Lol... u misunderstood... vching is famous for his reverse psychology here :p
     
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    Oh? You spoke to KKK/TBH too? KKK looked sad during interview with RTM. TBH was uncomfortable. In any case, on court tv both looked fatigued.
     
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    Noooo, Fuzzy means their brain always fuzzy, not good for the already fuzzy fairuz.
    Fairuz's full name is even longer = Mohd Fairuzizuan bin Tazari
    Zakry is easier = Mohd Zakry bin ABd Latif, Arif's older bro

    I call them the "2 Mohds" both also Mohd......
     
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    Oh boy, another misunderstanding. VChing must put up the reverse Psy sign up.
    Vching actually really (X10) wants Malaysia to win. It's like his magic spell stuff. Incidentally, most times Msia win when he does it. The worst the name calling, the more Vching wants Msia to win.
    The other MD pair, Zakry/Fairuz had lost. So, he was called upon so CTF/LWW will win, and they did win. Look at Vching's blog, you'll find heaps of support for Msia players.
     
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    Thx. Yes, congrats to WTM as well.His hard work has paid off. WMC is gonna be fearless meeting ZN even though she's underdog and in the lion's den.
    BTW, can you describe a little (ok 30 words) LCW vs Sony match cos CCTV cut it short with news like RTM (of all things must learn this from RTM!) What did kwun mean when he said match was so 'captivating' he forgot to take photos.
     
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    yep, pretty much what i wanted to say you guys covered it for me :) :) :D :D
     
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    they r ok...???
    happy to know that...:)
    hope they will be back for the next ss just like they won the AG...:D
     
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    twn's md coach should be chen khan (used to coach mas md before) not dj
     
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    Great to know that Malaysia team has 3 semi-finalists in 3 events (WS, MS & MD).
     
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    no comments on choo choo beating ex WC zhu lin?
    she look improved alot this year, is LCW sparring with her ? ( I mean on the court):D
     
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    Nope, I think is Hafiz, don't forget how great Hafiz is as sparring partner :D
     
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    Woooo, hafiz is indeed the secret weapon of the MAL national team:)
     
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    Why the World Doesn't take Badminton Seriously

    Why the World Doesn't take Badminton Seriously. Just citing China Masters as an example

    1) Lack of respect for fans. They pay good $$$ only to have 2 suspicious walkovers. Maybe that works in China but anywhere else, it's a big turnoff. The way that LYB is manipulating matters make him look like the most powerful figure in the sport. Come on BWF, show some backbone. It's been going on long enough

    2) Questionable umpiring and line judging. KOR MD pair walked off the court. Peter Gade was not happy with line calls. While these may be isolated incidents, the pattern is disturbing. I'm sure there are many more unreported incidents. If badminton is to be taken seriously as a professional big money sport, act like one

    3) Prize money. Mickey mouse, enough said

    4) CCTV commentary. While there'll always be some bias towards the home nation, the gist of what I got from BC member comments suggest ignorance and lack of preparation by the commentators. How credible can this sport be when the media comes across as amateurs?

    And you wonder why? :rolleyes::rolleyes:
     
  20. jgao_net

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    i agree, BWF should take a very serious look at these incidents and investigate. if this continues, it will be extremely bad for the sport and lose a lot of its fans

    um...line calls are part of the game, whether good or bad. you cant only blame the chinese line judges on this one, there have been bad calls at a lot of other tournaments (examples. AE2007, HKO2006, INDO-OPEN 2006) also, not all the questionable line calls where in favor the the chinese players

    i watch all the games on CCTV5 and i think they're usually pretty good. yah there'll be some bias, but they do give credit to the opponent when it's due (eg. Zhu lin vs. WMC). they explain strategy's and shot selections among others in good depth and accuracy. also, the commentators (at least in the Semi's and finals) are usually (ex)players, (ex)coaches, or a person with good experience in the game.
     

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