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Discussion in 'Sudirman Cup 2009' started by cxytdn, May 18, 2009.
He is swearing at his racket .
Don't blame the racket KKK
I think kkk should publicly apologized to end this. He's not aiming at anyone, guys. poor the racket, though.
Am not trying to find excuses, i am indeed 'hurt' to see my fav player doing that. ~
er.... is not against the law.
what is that about?
There's certain rules being set out for the public figures. kkk is not an exception, i'd say.
Public image, I guess?
If LD put away a hat (which obviously not against any rules) can generate such a big fuzz, what about this one? I am pretty sure even a 3 years old who has well taught knows "it's wrong".
i may be wrong here, but doesn't the tv producer have a choice not to show it to the world?
it was not captured live but shown as a replay.
his mind was drift at that moment....
i think it's enough talking about this.
the whole badmintoncentral is full of this picture and posts with the same opinions..
please stop it...
This issue has been posted in 2 other threads. That's supposed to be a swearing gesture lah drifit.
A 3 year old who's well taught would not even know what that meant, esp in Asian cultures. The parents also might not know what it meant if they're not much exposed to western culture (and I'm not joking).
I was well in my late teens before I knew about what that gesture meant & I'm supposed to be english ed.
Such gesture traditionally doesn't exist and has no meaning in Asian countries, mister.
At least not here.
Look at TBH's cheeky grin
kkk must have utter something before that to cause tbh to have a cheeky smile..
at least they are enjoying the game.
There are worse scenarios out there. KKK's antics is just a small incident. Please dont blow it.
not surprising at all...he always lacks manners on court probably off court too...
its really a shame what this contradicts....not only to mas badminton...but this could affect the purity of the badminton image as a whole...
So, do you mean if some region know it better than another, then such behavior is acceptable?
Guys, we all talked about how to introduce the sport to the entire world (mostly western nations) besides Asia, and now we put this like "oh, it's fine..."
So, if we say LD refuse to wear a hat, or slam his rackets put "a bad image to the sport", then we take the "finger" incident as no harm? Because it's in Asia?
Agree, especially that gesture was not directed to any particular person. Sad to say badminton is getting so competitive that it longer be considered as "gentlemen" sports. Even changing shuttle can become a controversy, not ot mention about throwing racket at someone ...
However, Koo needs to behave better in public to amend his image if he want to be well love like Chong Wei.
He's now a bad boy, that's what my friends said.
But wait, Taufik is well love despite of his bad boy image.
The Bad Boys are always loved , maybe thats why KKK is doing it.
Lin Dan - hes bad
Taufik - Hes Bad