Malaysia Open 2006: SEMI-FINAL (17/06)

Discussion in 'Singapore Open / Malaysia Open / Chinese Taipei Op' started by badMania, Jun 16, 2006.

  1. sweetgal

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    it was fun in the stadium.. screamed my lungs out.. i pity those playing against the msians.. no supporters at all.. maybe there were some, but not enough for them to hear the cheering.. but i was disappointed eriksen lost.. one funny thing that happened was when my friend insisted that this tall guy was chen jin, i went over and asked for an autograph.. the guy was holding a t-shirt but wasnt wearing one of those tshirts.. so when i asked, he said, "wo shi gong zuo ren yuan" as in i'm not a player, i''m a worker here.. i guess i got tricked.. haha.. couldn't really recognise him.. smart though.. wasn't hassled by a whole bunch of people. haha..
     
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    i think xxf took tracey a lil to easy.. dont think xxf expected to lose.. she looked as if everything was too easy for her.. my friend said when he was at riverside, he went over to lin dan and xxf for their autograph.. they were talking about how xxf can win msia open.. lin dan was saying that she has to watch out for zhang ning cos zn can beat xxf.. but they didn't expect xxf to go down in the semis.. i have a feeling xxf didnt take tracey too seriously..
     
  3. X Ball

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    And XXF paid the heavy price of humiliation.
     
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  4. hara^kazuko

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    Yeah, the way she played in first set, fulled of confident n relax... She only did jump smash when in need... I guess she overlooked Tracey
     
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    yes, agree wf u guys....she was too relax n over confident. I was in the stadium, comparing the way she plays n Zhang Ning, Zhang was real good, but XXF....a bit lazy

    Well done to Tracey....btw, I met her outside the stadium, took her photo, autograph, n talk to her...she is really friendly.
     
  6. X Ball

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    Yes she would be a happy gal tonight. Totally deserves her win!
     
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    Yeah... I wonder if she's reaching the top of her career at the late age, maybe she could go further with fantastic result like dis..
     
  8. sweetgal

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    me too.. she was in a good mood.. popular today.. but she deserves it..
     
  9. Louisa

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    i m happy too, coz Zhang Ning won de match...haha, n i saw it wf my own eyes

    Can't wait to cheer for her tomorrow...will cheer mati mati for LCW as well. Malaysia Boleh!!!
     
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    She may be in her twilight but who cares, she loves the game and plays it well. Tonight she played her guts out. And there is no one who saw her would not like to congratulate her. I am sure all the English players would love her for this achievement.
     
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    She may be in her twilight but who cares, she loves the game and plays it well. Tonight she played her guts out. And there is no one who saw her would not like to congratulate her. I am sure all the English fans/players would love her for this achievement.
     
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    Wow....ur fren can hear what they said???
     
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    Malaysian doubles.

    Welldone Malaysia for reaching the finals. I believe some of you may be put off with the attitude of the malaysian doubles pair especially KKK/CCM who shows no respect for the chinese.:cool: :cool: They should have shake their opponents hands first as a mark of respect:) :) . Hopefully they can show a good example to the younger players and show some good role model. Sportmanship is important even though sometimes players may be over enthusiastic about the winning. Regret to see this. :crying: :crying: It shows there is no discipline. Winning locally is easy (seems untouchable), winning outside of Malaysia is a different thing. Wonder if IBF do have code of conduct. Nevertheless, Malaysia Boleh!:D
     
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    Please help me to Cheer Tracey up tomorrow. I like her to win the title.

    Pretty please for LCW as well............Terima Kasih !!!!!!!!!
     
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    X Ball, it's unfair to label him like that. Cai Yun also doesn't like to lose, but in a match, someone has to lose.

    Sometimes, emotions can overwhelm us and we don't really realize what we've done.

    I know Cai personally, I'm sure he feels bad for not shaking hands, but at that moment he was too distraught.
     
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    No excuse for not shaking hands !!! It is called unsportsmanlike. If KKK did not do that because he lost, he would also be called unsportsmanlike. Got it ?
     
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    errrrrr.....a bit susah, as i m fanatic supporter of ZN.:D Anyway, i sure will clap for Tracey for all her good shots. I congratulate n encourage her a few hours ago, outside the stadium....a friendly n humble player. I met Chen Hong as well, but....cool guy, even i talk to him in his language....no response from him, so frustrated.

    LCW is different, friendly and patient...even when we asked him for photo taking and autograph...credit to him. So does LWW, CCM n KKK.

    Going to get ZN's autograph tomorrow...wish me good luck. Malaysia Boleh!!!
     
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    Ok, I agree it's unsportsmanlike, but surely not a "loser". Got it?
     
  19. X Ball

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    Well was she a loser tonight you tell me ?:p
     
  20. kokcheng

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    It's alright.Sometimes you win,sometimes you lose.If every time China win,then it wouldn't be fun anymore,would it.That' the beauty of the 21 point.It makes the game more unpredictable.Just imagine players from India,Germany,The Philippines,Russia,Hungry and so on start to win open tournament,what an impact it would have on the popularity of badminton worldwide .I believe you will be the first one to agree that the popularity of badminton superscedes all.Anyway,not to worry cj will win again soon.
     

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