Malaysia Open 2006 Finals Picture

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  1. EastDevil

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    Yup, and fellow BC members here in Singapore will be helping out. If Lin Dan lost and refused to take pictures, we will jump him and tie him up for yout o take pictures. And yes, we will make sure he smiles too. :D :D :D
     
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    What can i say.. nice coverage Gessle! Nice reward after having the tshirt signed from various players! Thumbs up to you.
     
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    Gessle, thanks again for the great pics. You seems to have a lot of talent in photo taking. You should consider taking up photo journalism as a career. You posted just enough pics to tell the story of each match.

    The pics of Li Mao in ah pek's outfits is very good and very funny. I also like the expressions from ZJ/GL where ZJ is carrying the huge cheque walking out.....very, very funny.
     
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    I m using SONY DSC-M1. so no long lenses. I know nothing bout photography. Initially all the settings were AUTO. Thanks again for the tips of using higher ISO n increasing the speed of recording.

    I hope other BC-ers will share their pictures soon. Wanna see pictures with players.
     
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    Yep, Zhang Ning. :D
     
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    Gessle: much thanks for your effort! :)
     
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    Poor Lin Dan,stupid Boy!
     
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    He is not stupid.. stupid guy can't be world #1. Just that he is not thinking well after his lost.
     
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    I always find Lin Woon Fui has a funny pose when receiving serve.
     
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    being #2 is nobody these days:D
     
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    amazing pics, amazing quality great job! thanks a lot
     
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    Thanks for the pictures......u can see a vast difference from the picture u took from Day 1 and climax on the final day..........
     
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    man... Koo Kien Keat was posing too handsomely...
     
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    by the way, who that Tracey Hallam Coach sitting there, i mean the 'Indian' one?
     
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    Gessle....the pics are great....thanx for sharing
     
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    I have a feeling he's not her coach. Rajiv Ouseph is another player that travelled with the English squad for this tournament. It was Rajiv and Andrew sitting in the coaching 'box'.
     
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    thanks Gessle, great pics......
    like the pic Rexy and Yap Kim Hock were laughing and....is that Li Mao?
     
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    Thank you Gessle for providing some of Koo Kien Keat's off-court pics... ;)
     
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    Li mao had a joke with yap using mandarin, and rexy was confused :confused: didn;t know mandarin, just laughing :D
     
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    It is sad to hear comments like this.

    I think people care too much about winning that sometimes they lose control/temper & respect (for self as well as others). My take is that the most important aspect in whatever you do is to enjoy it first and don't let little things like winning destroy our respect for the game because if we all did, this orderly (most of the time anyway) would be in chaos.

    Second thing for me would be improvement which is both referring to the skills as well as conduct and sportmanship. You may not be a good player starting off but if you continue to practice & put in all your effort to improve your game sooner or later you will come close and even beat your opponents.

    When you do those things well, you'll notice that you will start winning a lot and also people will admire you for your skills. I think most people would like to a player with skills and respect rather than one with just skills and bad attitudes (arrogant/snobbish, ill-tempered, rude/disrespectful).

    This is why Tony Gunawan is my most respected figure of the current generation. He is not only very good in terms of skills but also very smart/cunning on the court and on top of everything, he is very respectful towards everyone yet the list of his qualities does not stop there.
     
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