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    From a close friend of him:阿丹也知道他没控制好情绪,其实他只是怪自己怎么没把握好机会.不过,他确实觉得欠疚,以后绝不会再犯同样的行为.我站在旁观者的立场,他一路走来跌跌撞撞的,波折、试炼许多,要不是他有过人的毅力,可能老早坚持不下去了。他只有23岁呢!真不容易。幸好有象你、我这样的球迷一直给他鼓励、支持,这是一股很关键的稳定力量。阿丹虽然不说,心里很感动、也很感谢的。我们继续帮他加油吧!
    http://www.davidliu.cn/article.asp?id=32#comment104
     
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    SOmeone pls translate...
     
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    Anybody translate the article please ......??
     
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    Lindan say he blame himself for not taking the opportunity to win. He regrets that he didnt control his emotion. He is only 23 and its is not easy to handle the pressure. He thanks the fans for being there to support and encourage him which he feel touched by it. Hope he can do better next time.
     
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    Thanks a lot, Ants. But I have to add something to your transaltion.

    Lindan say he blame himself for not taking the opportunity to win. He regrets that he didnt control his emotion. HE'S REGRETFUL AND HE'LL NEVER BEHAVE LIKE THAT AGAIN.

    Then the friend said, he's been watching LD going though downturns. It's not easy for a 23 years old. He thanks the fans for being there to support and encourage him which he feel touched by it. Hope he can do better next time.
     
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    Well all of us learn from Mistakes.. :) Lets move on and enjoy badminton.
     
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    i told you he didnt do it on purpose... just that minute you suddenly lose out with 20-13 like that is a very big blow, no one would have expected him to lose, even lin dan himself, his just very fustrated with himself, if you guys are playing like that in a tournament, i bet you might do something worse.. for some.
     
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    Like what i've said before.. he just lost his emotion.. dont take it too personal.
     
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    Dan also knew that he did not controlled his emotions, in fact he is only blaming himself for not grasping hold of the good opportunity. However, he really felt guilty, and will never commit such an act again. Me as a bystander, as he continues to walk along the twist and turns, gone throgh many test, if it wasn't his preseverence he wouldn't have survived. He is only 23 years old! Not easy. Lucky there are fans like you and I encouraging and supporting him, this is a very crucial stabilizing force. Although Dan did not say it, however he is touch and thannkful... We will continue to help him "jua you"!
     
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    I personally think that he is not even speaking for himself...
    The words are spoken by someone elses...
    anyway although he regret but he has yet to apologise to anyone...
    All he has to say is the word 對不起, then we will know he truely regrets it:)
     
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    Lose or win is the part of the game. For winner of course will be happy, and loser of course will be sad. So let's look forward for another tournament.
     
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    Let us forget this issue and move on with the CT Open
     
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    All he is saying is that he is sorry that he did not control the "Siyutaion", being the game to win- not that he apologise for his behaviour.
     
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    yes agree..
    Please give this a rest
    What is done is done.. Dont try to give anymore explanation for his behaviouor that day, it will not change people's impression of LD
     
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    whatever has been explained, apology accepted...let's move on

    ..concur and aaaamen..:)
     
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    Concur, apology accepted. Amen. :)
     
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    i think many ppl will not forget what he did in Malaysia open even they don't blame his poor attitude anymore
     
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    agree wf u 100% sweety, i won't n is impossible to forget coz i saw it wf my own eyes, in the stadium, i can't tell in words how i felt, is really HURT, for us who hv been supporting chinese players for so many yrs. I m a msian supporter, n i support chn team wholeheartedly as well coz i m chinese. i won't express any thought on this issue again as my only post on this was deleted, which i dun say any bad comment on LD, i juz told how hurt kch fans were, n it had been deleted!!! I m HURT for the 2nd time...... ok, lets move on to Chinese taipei open, Malaysia Boleh! n hope all the european n indonesian players can get good results as they r not only good in skills, but portray a good example as world class players as well!
     
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    even that...that shows a very bad attitude.

    I agree people can be mad at times...but you have to control yourself...no ggod saying sorry after you killed someone right?
     
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    Oh come now, this is not a good example. Poor sportsmanship is nothing like killing someone. :rolleyes: ...:eek: It's just badminton, just leave it at that.
     
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