Lee Chong Wei ( 李宗伟 )

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  1. Dr. Evil

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    And you would know that Lindan push the hand brake because you are his coach. Wow...... talk about delusional. By the way, nobody ever "push the hand brake", you pull the hand brake. What a joke.

    Sure I may say anything I want, but at least it don't sound like blind rabid fanboy
     
  2. Dato A

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    pbmMalaysia call Markis Kido - Mosquito.
     
  3. eRa@에라

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    Hmmm....

    I am such an avid fan of badminton that it almost feels like I'm the player himself to be answering to all the critics (family and friends, especially my dad and my sis-except that she's not that of a fan) whenever MAS players lost... so basically, I kinda understand LCW... since the lost in AG, whenever people ask or inform me of the lost - which I knew first hand of course - I will simply just ask them if they really keep track of LCWvsLD matches AND watch them to clarify their negative judgment of LCW... the answer is no... their main source will only be the news... so, why should I be bothered with such prejudice?:confused: Therefore, I urge LCW to leave the lost behind, forget about the discourages and look forward for more exciting and nerve-wrecking matches and more wins in the future... LCW fighting!!:D:D:D
     
  4. chris-ccc

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    Some Malaysians expect LCW to win all the time

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    Well said. :):):)

    Some Malaysians expect LCW to win all the time.

    Whenever LCW gets defeated; lots of criticisms are heard. :(:(:(

    But when LCW wins, very few congratulatory remarks are made. :rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes:
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  5. extremenanopowe

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    still got hope atuk as LD hasn't won indo and msia open. ;) His life and chapter is not complete yet. ;)
     
  6. george@chongwei

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    Hope he don't chicken out again next year, ok?:D
     
  7. extremenanopowe

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    I just watched the ag finals. I notice the 3rd game first 11 are fundamental errors.

    All wasted like that. No wonder Misbun also fed up. ;)

    Hope he wakes up from the ala Taufik/LD back hand smash. Something fishy. ;)
     
  8. Dato A

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    What about 2nd set?
     
  9. pBmMalaysia

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    actually, dato

    in 2nd set, forgot the score when lcw was leading quite far,

    i think instruction was given to lin dan to slow down or something like that.

    after that we can see a change of his game.

    which of course paid off in the 3rd set.
     
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    actually, dato

    in 2nd set, (forgot the score) when lcw was leading quite far,

    i think instruction was given to lin dan to slow down or something like that.

    there was a change of his game,

    which, of course paid off in the 3rd set.
     
  11. Dato A

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    Reply to post #4690

    I thought DLCW managed to win the 3rd set based on what happened in the 2nd's.

    9-1 leading by LD in 3rd set and i swicth-off the television and go for yum-cha with my kakak, discussing what to cook tomorrow.
     
  12. george@chongwei

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    Hi Dato Asbullah, was wondering how u manage to change your username from Dato Asbullah to Dato A?:confused:
     
  13. extremenanopowe

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    he geng with dato geng mah... anyway, looking at 3rd set, if he removes all the mistakes, we have a show. So there is hope. but h2h no more hope. ;)
     
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    Nevermine george..still has the initial "A" as long as it is not Dato "K"....then i would already know already who is his wife:p:p:p
     
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    I find it absurd coz after blaming our "culture" (as compared to Korea and CHN's), now they blamed the un-supportive super VVIP... haha... Malaysia, truly BOLEH... :)
     
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    There should be more VIPs supporting Badminton

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    I don't think it's the blaming, but commenting that there should be more Malaysian VIPs supporting Badminton.

    Same here in Australia, no Australian VIPs are seen at Badminton tournaments.
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    OK. Just curious, do the VVIP in Australia attending any big sport games/matches such as swimming, soccer, rugby, etc... well, I don't think Badminton is a BIG game in Australia as compare to MAS... :)
     
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    Very often, even our Australian Prime Minister would turn up to cheer/support

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    Yes, I would say that if the sports are popular in Australia, like Tennis, Football (Rugby) Cricket, etc..., we do get VIPs supporting these sports at tournaments/matches. Very often, even our Australian Prime Minister would turn up to cheer/support.
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    i watched .. somewhere on tv.. somehow the russian tennis industry became a serious world contender when Boris Yeltsin gave his 100% support. He himself and avid player (very important point.. as opposed to just vocal, monetary and governmental support).. Imagine just how much change it would be if the malaysian badminton culture when we actually see Najib (or somebody really big) playing badminton every morning
     

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