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February 15, 2011
I agree with you about the stringing. I believe Badminton England and sponsors have a duty to all players to make their participation as fair as possible. This should include preparation of rackets in my opinion, even if other stringers were provided an area that is not in public view. That said, we had so much fun in our apartment (i'll write on my blog about the week) and I would not like the distration of stopping every few minutes to answer passer-by questions.
For me it was great that the Korean players walked into out apartment filled out the slips and attached to the racket and then left them with us. They were so friendly and it was a great experience. We didn't meet the Indonesian players although a few Chinese Taipei girls visited us to use the washing machine! That was fun!
For me there is no heart and excitement on the concourse now. It used to be a thrill to walk around and see all the other brands showing their rackets and goods. Nowadays the place is empty and Yonex has caused this.
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