Sunday, May 17, 2009

Koo Kien Keat in Sudirman Cup 2009

Yesterday was the semi-final of Sudirman cup and Malaysia meets China. Malaysia lost to china with the result of 3-0 is what we Malaysian don’t wish to see. Furthermore, I personally don’t wish to see Lee Chong Wei lost to Lin Dan but it happen yesterday. Anyway Malaysia team already try their best and performed well in the competition.

What I discuss here is the sportsmanship of Koo Kien Keat. I think all of us that watch the match yesterday noticed that Koo Kien Keat show middle finger to his racket during the match with China. Although he did not point this to the opponent but to a non living thing which is his racket but it is still not what a professional athlete should do in international stage. All his action is capture by all the camera there and the competition is live for people all over the world to watch and yet he dare to do such action. However, I understand his motive to release his emotion and during the match, sometimes emotion is hard to control.


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9 comments:

Crazyfool - Make You Crazy And FooL said...

hahaha... geng betul.. aih malaysia no hope one.. everyday lose..

CH Voon said...

aiyo.... paiseh la...

aiya.... but second runner up also not bad la...

sabahking said...

i see this view too. !! but lee chong wei play very well !!

kenwooi.com said...

oo..wow.. =X
anyway, malaysia should do better!

kenwooi.com

shah said...

what de........so sad hoo

Anonymous said...

you should consider about his feelings too. Its not like you guys dint show middle finger before. It is hard to control. he just need to something to release the pressure within him. When he won all-england, everyone kept praising him. When he lost, you people look down on him and started to insult him and disguise him! Everybody have different way of losing their pressure. If he thought so much of how to release the tension within him, then he wont be able to play better.

Chie said...

I agree with what 'Anonymous 1' said... I'm Koo's friend in real, he is such a nice & polite person... People out there, please consider his feelings okay...
Please think twice before giving comment bout him, well if any of you can do better/ take pressure he having/ play better badminton... ;")

Anonymous said...

Well chie..maybe this is what you feel about your friend..Although i'm not a friend of Mr.khoo..but one of my friend who is one of his junior said that he don't seem to be like a person you describe..we also understand he got pressure..but that can be a reason because he should ready for that when he is athele who represent a country..shame

TNH said...

I personnaly don't know Koo kien Keat personality, but as a athele that is not what should happen. I also understand that human do make mistake, however he is a athlete and should have higer EQ and better self emotion control.This make him a professional player and not just a normal athele. Beside, they have profesional consultant for them to consult for release stress...