Morten Frost: Took a photo while pretending to be co-commentating with him in the commentators seat. I have seen videos of him playing and while he's a legend, what really got me excited was his commentating. When he spoke with that all-too-familiar tone and accent, my friends and I were thinking "Wow, that's just like on TV!". Best shot so far, even got my friends on facebook to believe I was on commentating duty. Anyway, Morten Frost is a really down to earth and cool guy. Took a photo with Joachim Fischer and while I had a chat with Pedersen and Juhl (who were with Fischer), they didn't want to take photos at the time and said they'll be back after the game. However only Fischer came back. I've only watched 2 tournaments, so fairly limited opportunities. However I do plan to take up umpiring to increase my chances. I badly wanted to take photos with Malaysian players (even juniors) at the time but they seemed to have disappeared in the late rounds . The Danish folk were sporting in this tournament contrary to the recent shenanigans. There was a fan who frequently shouted "I love you Juhl!" throughout a match, and since there were no Danish in the stadium (except the ones playing ofc), his side of the crowd decided to make things more even by cheering "Let's go Denmark! Let's go!". After the match Juhl was throwing items randomly into the crowd, but walked right up to him and practically gave him her wrist ban. That was sooo sweet. Some of my friends were able to take photos with the Japanese players and Lee Hyun Il though.