This is my writting to email@example.com' and 'firstname.lastname@example.org' I do not expect anything from them but expect the audience to express our feeling on how a bad behavior should be treated. For the case of confirm illness from doctor, I think it is nothing with sport spirit. How can doctor argue that you are not getting stomachache? The CHN will get ill only when they face their teammate. I am sorry that I am so upset the my favorite team. +++++++++++++ I am Burapong Voraraktara, I am in Bangkok Thailand. I am writing to report our frustration toward the CHN team behavior recently with regards to their walk- over behavior in tournament when they have duty to play with their teammate. Although they have the right to do so, we as an audience who are paying ticket to watch the match also have the right to complain on the quality of the product. What is all about the sport? Why they are not just playing in the closed door and only aim who will win the match? Does the sport want as many as audience to make the match entertaining? Each have their own duty, while the player want to win so they might do whatever in order to win and that is why we have the referee to command the match and judge the match to have a fair play. Same circumstance, I am not really blame on player personally but the BADMINTON regulator should do something in order to prevent this to happen so often. They might get real injury but the CHN team excuse this too often, especially my favorite LIN DAN. This is more than people to believe it. To see if my remark is unfair or not, see the record of the past matches for walk over. May be we can not do anything as it is difficult to prove thing and as far as there is a right to do so and no violation to the regulation, thus I think we should use social sanction to express our feeling toward this un-sportmanship spirit. I am as a one member of this badminton society, I urge a social sanction to the team who is not sportsmanship spirit, whoever do it.