What does this unfair scheduling mean?

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  1. pjswift

    pjswift Regular Member

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    I can't believe Saina's match is scheduled as the last match of the day at 10pm, two and a half hours after WSX's match at 7.30pm And WX will have plenty of rest while her opponent's match will be after WSX's tonight.

    And tomorrow, the WS semifinals will be played in the morning!

    The organisers don't have too much confidence in their WS, do they?

    Does anyone know if some protest should be made for Saina's match to be scheduled earlier?
     
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    Hmm, unfair but I don't think it makes a difference, CHN to win.
     
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    Did India team protest?
     
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    erm i believe china will do anything to win against their opponent...for example in the sepak takraw match between china n mas...china decided to field all match officials from their own nation and not until mas boikot the game for about an hour only they agree to change it..
    poor sportmanship from the hose:mad:
     
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    I read this in the news this morning .. MAS boikot for 1 hr ..lol
     
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    haha... I love your word "boikot"... definitely BOLEH... haha... :)
     
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    hmmm.. china seems to get this bad name in this tournament. Heard this similar thingy in cycling as well? ;)

    chung kuo men... nie men chuor se mor ah???? Want to kena whack is it? lol. ;)
     
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    Ah Tiong 加油。。。!!!
     
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    Someone in the organising committee should tell the boss in China to be fair to all. Such a big host and having such inflexibility on the schedule is not a good thing. Politics in play. There's always a way to be fair to all. Are the organisers ex-players or full time politician? ;)
     
  10. george@chongwei

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    what to do? asian games is held in China ma;)
     
  11. limsy

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    haha
    nevermind lah
    there is one silly umpire that against lin dan as shown in the team final event

    but the linejudges,hard to say
     
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    yes and chinese taipei had been the victim yesterday in TAEKWONDO
    search 楊淑君 or taekwondo yang shu jun
    she is able to get gold medal,her main opponent is CHN, last time they met in world champs TPE win against CHN
     
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    yup
    here
    this on facebook
    create by my friend

    http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=161214030582670&index=1
     
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    Whatever the host tried, INA actually won the men's Dragon Boat Race!!!!!! :eek: And INA got a silver from our women Dragon Boat!!!!! :p We are so proud that we won in a sport that China initiated... Huahahahaha!
     
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    I hope that trends continues........Ina men actually world champs in dragonboat.......:rolleyes:
     
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    Well, it's nothing about Saina now, Yip Pui Yin beat her ;)
    Personally, I think Saina has problems under pressure. In normal tournaments, she can thrash Wong Mew Choo but she had to work so hard in the CWG finals, many unforced errors. I predict she can win many Super Series but never any biggies. And I believe not the All-England too as WS is even more dominant than MS.
     
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    I don't know how else scheduling can work to be "fair" to everyone...fair is insight from individual background, which makes it different to everyone...would it be "fair" if WSX having HER match at that time?...tough to say =\
     
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    unfair scheduling will not happen 2 china players for ur info....the word "fair" is specially reserve for china players not for other nations when u r playing in China:cool:
     
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    Zhao Yunlei won the WD finals on late friday night and had to play in the XD semi-final at 1.45pm the next day. I watch her XD semi-final match and she didnt show any signs of tiredness at all. She went on to win her XD SF match with Zhang Nan. Incredible athlete!
     

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