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Discussion in 'Singapore Open / Malaysia Open / Chinese Taipei Op' started by X Ball, Jun 18, 2006.
taufik was mo 2000 winner, do u know who taufik beat in the final, was he a malaysia player ?
U mean his disgusting behavior?
Alrite, he threw his racquet on the floor n kicked it away.. Then he did not want to wear his medal n refused to accept our cultural warrior headgear.. Lastly He refused to take pics with the media and walked away with frustration
Sorry, I was 9 years old that time n knew nothing about Taufik
LD should learn from BAO , though there was a bad call againts him, he still gave a appreciation to TH, he used a sponsor hat and he was also taken a picture both with taufik in award ceremony
Ooooh, someone's going to get a hate club soon.
He has... There's even an anti-LD squad now i guess...
i have already known famous players since i was nine YO
I was still fixing LEGO at that moment...
... i used to playing a kite
Since we're on the subject of toys, I enjoyed tops until my cousing spun one too hard and it flew up and hit me squarely on the nose.
I hope it's not something sharp n big
a tops with colorfull lights is very exciting to watch
In a way your obeservation is correct that Lin Dan starts slowly. And he comes home strongly. But I noticed these days, he gets tired out and starts making errors more than he did in the past. LCW capitalised on that, bringing home the last 8 points (after being at 13-20) against Lin Dan.
If I were LCW, I would play the same against Lin Dan in the Chinese Taipei Open. Beat Lin Dan in the 1st game (i.e. capitalised on Lin Dan's slow start); then relax and rally against Lin Dan, and finally 'kill' Lin Dan as he did in the MO in the 3rd set.
This is not the 1st time I have seen Lin Dan fading in the final set (he makes errors when he is tired). In the All-England, LCW also nearly beat him in the 3rd set but I think then Lin Dan lasted longer than LCW.
With Li Mao now pushing LCW to his limits, Lin Dan would have to be superbly fit to go the distance with LCW. And I think as age catches up with Lin Dan, you will find anyone like PG or LCW in their fittest would be able to win against him. LCW is now at his most dangerous - I stress most dangerous. He has learned the tricks to win and commands the fitness that every person dreams of. Every time he plays, it is a question then of how much he wants it (e.g. like the MO where he wanted it and delivered the goods).
This point by point play that he mentioned will be used again in the future with his success. As I said, I think the 'head shrinker' has taught him how to focus using this point by point play to achieve his goal, i.e. concentrate and treat each point like it is the last. Try it, it might help you too.
lol, I had the same experience too.... I wrote a long thread and when I was expecting a nice reply, my whole page long was deleted as well...
These weeks had been a conflict here in BC forum... I hope there will be no more as Chinese Taipei Open is to approaching
u must ask kwun for mercy
n mag was like my teacher when he started to lecture things out.... kinda scary
I wont be banned for this, will I?
mag has warned anyone to stop debating lindan
A forum like this should be mature for eevryone to pose their views not restricted. Kwun, wake up.
Enough Already, Let's Move On
Firstly, let me declare that I am neither a LD nor LCW fan. I have to agree with the moderators that enough had been said about this episode. We have to put an end to this discussion before it gets terribly out of hand.
We are not in a position to fully understand LD's thoughts and feelings after losing such a crucial match which seems to be safely in his bag at one stage. He may feel angry, outraged, terribly disappointed and even embarrassed.
I would like to say, "Let's move on ... enough of LD bashing."
If we only take joy and worse still instigate others to continually thump someone who is presently down and out, then our own maturity is put into question.
And people wonder why Lin Dan was pissed!??? Put yourself in his shoes, and think about how you feel when you have thousands of people chanting against you so loud... whole building about to fall apart DURING THE ENTIRE match. Then you guys demand "Respect"....hahahahaaaa....