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Chile's Reaction to Defeating Pakistan...Pathetic

sawan66278
09-24-2005, 10:41 PM
After seeing some of the photos of Chile's celebration over Pakistan in Davis Cup...all I can say is...what a sad, pathetic display...The way they reacted, it looked as if they won the whole cup...Did you see the scores of the matches? Come on... :(

lilfairyprincess
09-24-2005, 10:44 PM
do u have any of the photos handy? i didnt see the matches but the scores were very one sided thats for sure :awww:

Lee
09-24-2005, 10:55 PM
Chile is very happy to be back to World Group. I don't see what's wrong with the way they celebrated. Look at how Germany won a match and you'll think they just won the Davis Cup.

croat123
09-24-2005, 10:57 PM
that was a very important 5 set win in doubles, not the same thing. chile knew it was going to win, there's not point in even playing the tie

SwissMister1
09-24-2005, 10:58 PM
I watched through the internet - www.tvn.cl had a live stream going. I don't think the celebration was excessive - they ran around the court holding up the flag and Gonzo sprayed champagne around - that is pretty standard for Davis Cup I think. Pakistan beat Thailand earlier this year, I don't think Chile was taking them for granted, and they were glad to get the win, and wanted to share in the celebration with the fans.

Lee
09-24-2005, 11:00 PM
There's no sure win in Davis Cup. Look at Brazil managed to lost a singles match in day 1. :rolleyes:

Jogy
09-24-2005, 11:06 PM
Look at how Germany won a match and you'll think they just won the Davis Cup.
what comparision now? you mean today?
I hope Tommy and Waske celebrated heavy their hjuuuuge win
Tommy you big five set fighter :worship: he did it again with Waske today to lift Germany :D

+alonso
09-24-2005, 11:09 PM
After seeing some of the photos of Chile's celebration over Pakistan in Davis Cup...all I can say is...what a sad, pathetic display...The way they reacted, it looked as if they won the whole cup...Did you see the scores of the matches? Come on... :(



HEEEEEEEEEEEEEY :mad: Don't call us pathetics!

What's the problem in celebrate it??

You can't go here and post such a stupid thread, We can celebrate the way we want! We're happy and that's all

Shame on you!

Jerks like you shouldnt come here never again

Chloe le Bopper
09-24-2005, 11:19 PM
I take it that this person has never watched a Davis Cup match before. The reaction was perfectly natural, as DC reactions go.

R.Federer
09-24-2005, 11:22 PM
I don't think the celebration was excessive - they ran around the court holding up the flag and Gonzo sprayed champagne around - that is pretty standard for Davis Cup I think.
It is normal celebration. Roge was sprinked with champagne also and they were jumping and screaming

Only thing, for Pakistahns I think liquor is forbidden : so hopefully the Chiliean champagne has not come near them!

sawan66278
09-24-2005, 11:32 PM
What a "great" accomplishment by the Chilean team...truly worthy of national celebration...Let the vino flow over these epic victories!!!!!


1. Fernando GONZALEZ (CHI) def. Aqeel KHAN (PAK) 6-0, 6-0, 6-1

2. Nicolas MASSU (CHI) def. Aisam QURESHI (PAK) 6-2, 7-6(4), 6-1

3. Fernando GONZALEZ / Nicolas MASSU (CHI) def. Aqeel KHAN / Aisam QURESHI (PAK) 6-1, 6-3, 6-0


:rolleyes:

+alonso
09-24-2005, 11:33 PM
Did anybody talk about an epic victory :rolleyes: ??

Leo
09-24-2005, 11:35 PM
I thought it was a bit overdone, myself, and I only saw the pictures. Celebrating is perfectly fine but that much after that easy a tie? Hmmmm, not loving it.

sawan66278
09-24-2005, 11:35 PM
By the photos of the reaction, it looks as those these matches will never be forgotten... :haha:

+alonso
09-24-2005, 11:38 PM
with japan ! same thing :)
i dont think chile looked this like an easy tie! hans always said! we should be careful! they can be very dangerous ..this is why they are here

:)

sawan66278
09-24-2005, 11:39 PM
And the next challenge for Chile...the Cairo School for the Blind... ;)

+alonso
09-24-2005, 11:41 PM
By the photos of the reaction, it looks as those these matches will never be forgotten... :haha:

Well we're in the world gruop again...:)

Hey do your country have a decent team or something?? :lol:
and.. hmm could you plz stop posting no-sense ? thanks

sawan66278
09-24-2005, 11:45 PM
Note to all Chilean fans, should Chile defeat the Cairo School for the Blind, please limit your celebrations to one, NOT TWO, bottles of champagne...

+alonso
09-24-2005, 11:49 PM
Note to all Chilean fans, should Chile defeat the Cairo School for the Blind, please limit your celebrations to one, NOT TWO, bottles of champagne...
sure, poor guy without a life ;) you're totally right :haha:!


and of course this guy would still have problems if chile beat any country on the world! sooo sad! :haha:

sawan66278
09-24-2005, 11:59 PM
This has nothing to do with Chile...I'm just in awe of Chile's supreme accomplishment over the legendary tennis power: PAKISTAN!!!!!!

PaulieM
09-24-2005, 11:59 PM
because it would so much less offensive to act like beating them took no effort at all, and they were about as excited about this victory as they would be about winning a match against their mom.

jbone_14
09-25-2005, 12:21 AM
Maybe they're just happy?

Carolinita
09-25-2005, 12:27 AM
well Mr or Mrs sawan66278 (i dont know what you are), We more than our victory against Pakistan, celebrated our return to the world group...and it's very important for a team to come back to the world group...but, of course, you'll just get it if you know what a DC is ...ohh...but I see you are from Abu Dhabi ...now I get it :yeah:

Fergie
09-25-2005, 12:38 AM
This has nothing to do with Chile...I'm just in awe of Chile's supreme accomplishment over the legendary tennis power: PAKISTAN!!!!!!
And the boys did it easy, time to celebrate :banana: :angel:

We are on World Group again :cool:

alfonsojose
09-25-2005, 01:14 AM
I agree. It was pathetic .. :rolleyes: They only took their shirts off :awww: ;)

Corey Feldman
09-25-2005, 01:22 AM
pretty normal celebration , especially for south american nations
who knows, maybe the pakistan team insulted fernando/el vampiro's mothers before the match :shrug: ;)

sawan66278
09-25-2005, 01:30 AM
Chile was like Charles Barkley when he played for the Dream Team...remember his comments about Angola?... :(

Sparko1030
09-25-2005, 01:35 AM
Chile was like Charles Barkley when he played for the Dream Team...remember his comments about Angola?... :(

Cripes, I think you have to ask yourself why their celebration bothers you so much??? If you'd bother to read any of the pre and post interviews you'd know the Chilean players were very respectful and didn't take anything for granted. The team has been training for two weeks and are very happy to be back in to the world group. Their celebration was not to diss Pakistan or the team. They made the world group last year and lost to Russia while Massu was out injured. It was very dissapointing for them. So they're happy what's so bad about that.

Jeeze, why don't you find a real problem to complain about.

*Viva Chile*
09-25-2005, 02:40 AM
Yeah yeah, Mr. sawan66278.... for your words I think you explain that the chileans are a lot of idiots :rolleyes: the chilean people is passionated, when we won a football match, a tennis match we become happy for this, the players and all of us... is our country that won and what's wrong with that??????............. If in your country this conduct seems pathetic, I'm sorry.... but you can't change with your stupid opinion our idiosincrasy. :(


(aweonao, mamón, no sabis na').... you can translate this if you can :haha:

Fergie
09-25-2005, 03:32 AM
(aweonao, mamón, no sabis na').... you can translate this if you can :haha:
:worship: :worship: :worship:

And tomorrow we have the chance to celebrate a 5-0 in the serie :angel:

Federerhingis
09-25-2005, 03:38 AM
Yeah yeah, Mr. sawan66278.... for your words I think you explain that the chileans are a lot of idiots :rolleyes: the chilean people is passionated, when we won a football match, a tennis match we become happy for this, the players and all of us... is our country that won and what's wrong with that??????............. If in your country this conduct seems pathetic, I'm sorry.... but you can't change with your stupid opinion our idiosincrasy. :(


(aweonao, mamón, no sabis na').... you can translate this if you can :haha:

mamon jaja jaja! :tape: yo no pienso en darme la tarea de traductor! This is too hilarious! :lol:

hitchhiker
09-25-2005, 04:17 AM
did pakistan use tennis rackets or cricket bats?

sawan66278
09-25-2005, 04:40 AM
You're right...next time I beat my five-year old nephew in tennis, I'll celebrate because I'm a passionate person :rolleyes:

Please...if one trained for two weeks to play someone, and then when the time came, your opponent suffered a broken arm and still played, would you celebrate the victory? Look at the scores!!! This is like the Dream Team in basketball taking off their jerseys and pouring the champagne after beating someone by 50 points!!!!! Where is the spirit of competition?

I understand some revelry...but come on... :rolleyes:

Fergie
09-25-2005, 04:46 AM
Is Chile's fault if the another team isn't enough good? :rolleyes:

Chile won and this is reason why the team celebrate, not for the score or the rivals

shotgun
09-25-2005, 04:56 AM
They have the right to celebrate the way they want, as long as they don´t disrespect the oppponent.

Carolinita
09-25-2005, 05:22 AM
(aweonao, mamón, no sabis na')
:haha: :haha: ..el es de Abu no se que...por eso no sabe nah ;)

*Viva Chile*
09-25-2005, 05:29 AM
You're right...next time I beat my five-year old nephew in tennis, I'll celebrate because I'm a passionate person :rolleyes:

Please...if one trained for two weeks to play someone, and then when the time came, your opponent suffered a broken arm and still played, would you celebrate the victory? Look at the scores!!! This is like the Dream Team in basketball taking off their jerseys and pouring the champagne after beating someone by 50 points!!!!! Where is the spirit of competition?

I understand some revelry...but come on... :rolleyes:
You're not chilean and you will never understand. But it's very annoying your point of view :rolleyes: The chilean team was very respectful with the pakistanies. The completely tie was in order, there's nothing about the scores or the level of the rivals.

For other side, In Chile we have the custom of celebrate anything. And we have a phrase about it: "the Chileans always want for a reason to celebrate and having fun" :drink: We're only try to be happy for a while ;)

*Viva Chile*
09-25-2005, 05:33 AM
:haha: :haha: ..el es de Abu no se que...por eso no sabe nah ;)

Abu-Dhabi???? aaaaaaaahhh, con razón.... de ahí que Garfield siempre queria mandar a Nermal y a Oddie para allá :haha:

Carolinita
09-25-2005, 05:43 AM
Abu-Dhabi???? aaaaaaaahhh, con razón.... de ahí que Garfield siempre queria mandar a Nermal y a Oddie para allá :haha:
:lol: ..en serio?..no cachaba eso :haha: ..y eso ke me veia toos los capitulos de Gardfield :lol:

bad gambler
09-25-2005, 06:23 AM
did pakistan use tennis rackets or cricket bats?


they must have played for the reverse swing, which was non existant

I♥PsY@Mus!c
09-25-2005, 07:49 AM
Chile won but you can't let them celebrate! :rolleyes: Pathetic! :rolleyes:

Peoples
09-25-2005, 03:08 PM
Let them complain and let's celebrate! :banana:

sawan66278
09-25-2005, 03:26 PM
No one is saying that Chile SHOULD NOT celebrate...but the manner and degree are what at issue...From your earlier responses, it appears that Chileans will use any excuse to celebrate in extreme fashion...PLEASE...the matches were never in doubt, the scores were blowouts...and they are celebrating like the won the Cup...Running around, spraying champagne...It's not like they won the World Series or World Cup...






But perhaps in their minds....sadly, it is :sad:

Alvarillo
09-25-2005, 04:13 PM
i don't see the problem
every team is very happy when wins, and for Chile is very important to play the Wolrd Group as they love tennis!

David Kenzie
09-25-2005, 04:29 PM
I don't see where the problem is.

It's not the victory over Pakistan they are celebrating, but the return in the World Group. It has nothing to do with the quality of the opposition or the scores of the matches...

Experimentee
09-25-2005, 04:35 PM
They were celebrating getting into the World Group rather than having tough victories. Noting wrong with that.

s.m.
09-25-2005, 04:48 PM
After seeing some of the photos of Chile's celebration over Pakistan in Davis Cup...all I can say is...what a sad, pathetic display...The way they reacted, it looked as if they won the whole cup...Did you see the scores of the matches? Come on... :(

and what should they do
the are back in world group
they played at legendary stadium for the fisrt time in long time
they reacted just fine

Fergie
09-25-2005, 07:18 PM
Seems like the only person who has problem if Chile celebrate is sawan66278 :haha:

RogerRocks
09-25-2005, 07:35 PM
omg, they sure should have cried in sympathy with Pakistan. Just unbelievable they didn't yet set their flags to half height. :rolleyes:

FERLKE
09-25-2005, 08:50 PM
Yeah yeah, Mr. sawan66278.... for your words I think you explain that the chileans are a lot of idiots :rolleyes: the chilean people is passionated, when we won a football match, a tennis match we become happy for this, the players and all of us... is our country that won and what's wrong with that??????............. If in your country this conduct seems pathetic, I'm sorry.... but you can't change with your stupid opinion our idiosincrasy. :(


(aweonao, mamón, no sabis na').... you can translate this if you can :haha:

Primero yo tambien pienso que este thread es patetica :o , pero no estoy de acuerdo que por que los chilenos sean pasionales puedan hacer cualquier cosa, como por ej hace mucho tiempo los incidites de Copa Davis contra Argentina, y no hace tanto en el Torneo de Viña cuando Mariana Zabaleta vencio a Marcelo Rios el publico comenzo a lanzar objetos, y Rios tuvo que cubrir a Zabaleta para salir de la cancha, tambien dijo que le daba verguenza que el publico reaccionara asi y que si le cancelaban el torneo se lo merecian, pienso que en estos casos pasaron de ser patriotas a patrioteristas.

tangerine_dream
09-25-2005, 09:04 PM
Celebrations should be banned because they offend the sore losers.

+alonso
09-25-2005, 09:10 PM
Primero yo tambien pienso que este thread es patetica :o , pero no estoy de acuerdo que por que los chilenos sean pasionales puedan hacer cualquier cosa, como por ej hace mucho tiempo los incidites de Copa Davis contra Argentina, y no hace tanto en el Torneo de Viña cuando Mariana Zabaleta vencio a Marcelo Rios el publico comenzo a lanzar objetos, y Rios tuvo que cubrir a Zabaleta para salir de la cancha, tambien dijo que le daba verguenza que el publico reaccionara asi y que si le cancelaban el torneo se lo merecian, pienso que en estos casos pasaron de ser patriotas a patrioteristas.


Hmm pero haber no confundamos las cosas!
Hubo aquí una reacción mala hacia los pakistanies?? no..! de hecho se remarcó el cambio del publico chileno con el paso del tiempo asi que no andemos confundiendo cosas! y hablando de lo que no se sabe en el momento! :(

star
09-25-2005, 09:29 PM
Look, they didn't throw chairs on the court. No fight broke out.

It was a good tie. :)

FERLKE
09-25-2005, 10:53 PM
Hmm pero haber no confundamos las cosas!
Hubo aquí una reacción mala hacia los pakistanies?? no..! de hecho se remarcó el cambio del publico chileno con el paso del tiempo asi que no andemos confundiendo cosas! y hablando de lo que no se sabe en el momento! :(

Si ya se que no hubo ninguna mala reaccion en esta serie, yo solo te comentaba lo que la "pasion" puede llegar a hacer, aunque no tenga nada que con esta thread. :angel:

+alonso
09-25-2005, 11:07 PM
:shrug: :yeah:

KoOlMaNsEaN
09-25-2005, 11:13 PM
I still think they should have celebrated but don't act like CHI d. USA it's pakistan FGS

sawan66278
09-26-2005, 12:44 AM
KoOlMaNsTeVeN, I agree with you 100%. It is not as though Chile has not achieved in international competition. Who could ask for greater accomplishments than their Olympic efforts last year?

Having a little more tact would suffice...even Andy Roddick, after defeating Rochus in a highly competitive tie and match, did not react in such a manner...As reported on the Roddick/Rochus match:

"The match kept the capacity crowd of 3,500 spellbound. With fans jeering every U.S. point after the crucial line call, the Americans left the court without celebrating.

``It would have been unprofessional,'' Roddick said. ``You don't want that quality of a match to end like that. You would not want to rub it in people's faces.''

Wait a minute, I forgot...Pakistan was a much more difficult match-up... :rolleyes:

+alonso
09-26-2005, 12:54 AM
Well, a poster already told you!
It's all about differents cultures, and if it's not your culture you SHOULD respect it! I know you have a different culture and I'll respect you for that but you CAN'T call us Pathetics only because we have a different way to think/celebrate.
If you can't understand this.. hmm i think you have a big problem man!

NyGeL
09-26-2005, 01:32 AM
it looks like a joke to pakistan players :p

jbone_14
09-26-2005, 02:59 AM
!esos chilenos locos! Como siempre. Massu y Gonzo apestan muchos y Pakistan sera el mejor DC equipo en el mundo. !Cachas este, ya deberias saber! Si ya no sabes que estuve bromeando, entonces eres loco! !FeLiCiDaDeS cHiLe Y bIeNvEnIdOs Al GrUpO dEl MuNdO! SAWAN66278- TU APESTAS! :haha: :lol:

Fergie
09-26-2005, 03:34 AM
Having a little more tact would suffice...even Andy Roddick, after defeating Rochus in a highly competitive tie and match, did not react in such a manner...As reported on the Roddick/Rochus match:

"The match kept the capacity crowd of 3,500 spellbound. With fans jeering every U.S. point after the crucial line call, the Americans left the court without celebrating.

``It would have been unprofessional,'' Roddick said. ``You don't want that quality of a match to end like that. You would not want to rub it in people's faces.''
Because they was playing in Belgium and not in USA! :lol:

Sparko1030
09-26-2005, 05:29 AM
Hey Sawan, you're problem is that you think the Chileans reaction to getting back into the world group was too much...I think your reaction to the Chileans celebrating is too much....try to move man! Life is too short! Take a lesson from the Chileans and enjoy life a little! :cool:

liptea
09-26-2005, 06:28 AM
Stop upsetting Alonso or I'll beat you up!

Federerhingis
09-26-2005, 06:28 AM
Hey Sawan, you're problem is that you think the Chileans reaction to getting back into the world group was too much...I think your reaction to the Chileans celebrating is too much....try to move man! Life is too short! Take a lesson from the Chileans and enjoy life a little! :cool:

Ditto! Life goes on, so why shouldnt we? :rolleyes:

liptea
09-26-2005, 06:30 AM
Ditto! Life goes on, so why shouldnt we? :rolleyes:

Because this is GM and nothing ever ends until some silly thread has 34958734958 replies and a bunch of insults, and I don't think we've reached the quota yet.

sawan66278
09-26-2005, 01:09 PM
You are correct...life is too short...we can agree to disagree.

Poljud
09-26-2005, 02:07 PM
You see, when Chile won, they experienced EMOTIONS. They were HAPPY to be back in the world group, and showed a bit of PASSION and CELEBRATED. Whats wrong with that? Good on them.

Purple Rainbow
09-26-2005, 02:27 PM
Wow, I never realized there were so many Chileans on mtf!
Note to self, don't say bad things about Chilean tennis!

Lala186
09-26-2005, 06:24 PM
what´s wrong with chile???
you sound bitter sawan66278