LD blame the Judge for his defeat!

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  1. drifit

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    his temper ..........
    should have learn to control and concentrate into games.
    if one too emotion in the court/matches, will suffer inconsistent and unable to concentrate to play well........:eek:
     
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    Yes, I also think the media just try to create news from his lost. Is normal that he felt unfair on those close calls as the umpire did not over-rule. Anyway, is a Super Series and if he don't play to his best then he will not win, simple as that. The best player doesn't usually win, the one who play best does!
     
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    During LD-PSH match, one of the Chinese commentators stressed that the line judges are professional and the calls could go either way. Unfortunately, LD was the victim this time.

    If LD was affected by the bad calls which caused him the match, he definitely does not deserve to be the true champion.
     
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    agree 100% :D it is very true that whoever is playing better will win the match. winning the tournament though is a whole different ball game. :) you can only win if you play the best game for all the matches.
     
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    Is hard to maintain at the very top level for years but LD has done that. I guess he is showing sign of slowing down... maybe mentally tired. This loss would bring the fire out from him again :)
     
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    I have been using that excuse everytime I lose, at least I know I am still the BEST player, just didn't play my best :D:D:D
     
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    Nice, I'll use this next time^^
     
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    is that copyrighted?
    i want to use too...........:D:D:D
     
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    Then no one can stop him again in SS final!!:eek::eek::D
     
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    Or my best is still not good enough :D:D:D
     
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    Win or lose is common thing in sport world, the media want to expose one juicy story when LD got first round shock. Probably LD will redeem this failure to next HKG SS with a victorious?? Let's see...
     
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    shut up and watch it from sideline.:D:D:D:D
     
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    Guys... guys.... guys.... DO NOT read too much into his loss... There's a CONSPIRACY for this loss... I presume I know (sorry eh... just wanna act smart), and it's all orchestrated by LD himself... :eek::p

    The truth is to be revealed... soon.... :D:p
     
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    LD's defeat mainly due to Li MAO, who is try hard to prove he is worth to return to CHN camp. From those players like LYI, LCW and Park, all has been coached by him....further, he's trying hard to change his style like Prakash, Han Jian, Hendrawan, LCW or Simon....but I would say - it's too late for him.
     
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    i think we should not underestimate the strategy of LYB. maybe lin dan is just laying low, not showing his true form because he wants to peak in the olympics. and showing others your style of play now will only give them time to study it and find a solution. so maybe, just maybe, the tiger is trying to make sure other people thinks he is sleeping...:D
     
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    Don't try to make excuses for him -- LD does not need that. He lost to a very hard working guy, PSH who punished himself to beat LD. LD has already congratulated PSH telling him he played well -- in a way very sporting of LD.

    I am pretty sure LD has taken it on his chin and moved on.
     
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    if talking about the KOR or INA camps i will say so, but we know LYB very well that he is totally not such kind of people....when his players win he is the first one standing in front of camera and if not he will leave quietly before the game ended.....he has nothing to keep in his heart.....
     
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    i am not making excuses for him. i am not even a lin dan fan. those who saw the game said lin dan was not his usual self. and i never said PSH did not deserve the win. i am merely speculating on the fact that maybe it is a strategy or a method of concealing true form. and since it is merely a speculation, it is not necessarily the truth. :p
     
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    i dont know much about LYB so maybe you are right. :) just saying that it might be a strategy.
     
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    Its not about LI MAO.
     

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