If you lose, you lose. You can't blame on the excuse on "not in form" , or "not in good mood". It's a Professional's quality to be prepared and perform good in any given environment. If you can only win "in good mood/form" then you are not qualified as a professional. I'm a Malaysian and I want to say this, malaysian players play according to "mood". They can perform extremely well or extremely poor depending on the mood. That's very bad. Back to topic, LIN DAN LOST, that's the fact. Arguing that "he will win if in good form" is not valid. The argument itself makes him a loser, since he couldn't suit himself into the "good form" that you guys have been arguing.