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Discussion in 'Thailand Open / Indonesia Open / Singapore Open 20' started by kwun, Jun 16, 2012.
on paper, INA should win this.
On second thoughts, let your Singapore friends know I m high quality Singaporean.
Thailand Doll Name is Shinta... with elephant symbol.. hehhe
LN won the net battle, but TA left the weak defense in.
THA pair really works well together, and they are creative.
Hahaha...I saw this comment on Kompas...
Sudket making the mistakes now.
allowing INA back into the game.
INA 10-12 THA
wild cross court smash by Sudket.
Been meaning to say this for a while, Sudket racket makes such a distinctive sound on contact with the shuttle, must be very very tight strings.
Saralee pretty much know exactly what Sudket is going to do. already ready for the return.
China twice unable to upset home ground advantage today.
will THA be able to do it?
INA's pair is distracted by weird haircut imo
THA players traditionally have excellent defensive variation and all smart thinkers.
THA 18-12 INA.
did not expect so one sided.
is that a green elephant mascot??
You have a fair point. If I have better IT skills, I would be able to estimate how much US$ and ranking points non-CHN players have been cheated just during OG qualification period. Maybe limsy ( who s really sharp) can help tabulate. I can do estimates. Assuming 10 titles out of 60, at average US$20,000 per title difference from runner up prize, that s US$200,000.
Congrats Simon Santoso to be 10th INA MS winning INA Open!! But INA MS should refer to DUPY on learning a fighting spirit and never-say-die attitude. Chase it all over the court!!
the green elephant cries when THA lose a point.
"Originally Posted by MarioDao "
Yes it appears to be some conspiracy going on between CHN and SGP teams in badminton matches. Looks like they are participating just to pave easy paths for their mainland compatriots.” (This was what started it).
And I responded:-
"You don't supposed SG spent tons of money to get these foreign imports, the players at very young age, to do this kind of thing. Mind you,both Gu Juan and Fu Mingtian have beaten top CHN players in one major tourney before - offhand can't remember which one but IIRC it was Fu who beat LXR, cannot remember who Gu beat in the same tourney.
And how did SG sensationally stunned CHN in the 2010 Liebherr World Team Table Tennis Championship Final, an unprecedented historic result? What do you think we bunch of Singoreans are?"
Originally Posted by pjswift - this is what you wrote:-
"Team SGP is a bunch of idiots, in this case”
What I responded:-
"Yea, not only traitors but idiots for spending millions feeding,clothing,paying them salaries and giving them citizenships to "assist" CHN who is 100 times richer (1 over trillion in forex reserves) than tiny SG , a sovereign nation in her own right.
That casual remark mouthed behind the cloak of anonymity with impunity not only belittled CHN but also condemned SG.And to think we are all good members of ASEAN."
Then followed by what you,pjswift, wrote:-
"Another bunch of words. Can you explain the rationale of SGP just sending out only WS ( all 4 or 5 ex CHN) to compete for the good part of last year like there s no MS, MD, XD or WD in Team SGP? Have you heard of any country that just sends out one single category of their team for tournaments? SGP is unique in that scheme and it s a mystery."
Finally,this was what I replied:-
"Are you a Singaporean? If yes,why are you asking me? Have you got your facts right? Perhaps uncle Loh is in a better position to answer your query.
If you're not a Singaporean,what has this got to do with you? What are you driving at?"
----- How? Are you "The type who knows right from wrong. Instead of bunching together for the sake of it blindly" ? Instead of defending and explaining, you called "Team SGP is a bunch of idiots, in this case” As if that's not enough, you went on to turn at me with those insinuating,even insidious, questions, why?
My fellow Singaporeans are appalled by it, they pester me to find out - are you sure you are a Singaporean?
what's the name of the green elephant?