This is where the problem lies, we see things differently. You think Kevin's behaviors are too much and such but Conrad's are acceptable and you defend and give excuses for every one of his behavior. I think Conrad's gesture or behavior did somehow trigger the scenes that happened afterwards. He obviously doesn't like Kevin and shows it plainly and as Kevin noticed that he tries to annoy Conrad as much as he could. And you also mentioned about Kevin should not kill the shuttle downward but to the other half of the court. That I think is ridiculous and also for Conrad to confront Kevin directly for hitting it deliberately. Conrad made the fault, the shuttle hit the floor before Conrad made the return shot at the back court. Things happened so quickly. Kevin and Kolding both didn't know there was a fault. To Kevin there was the shuttle being returned loosely, so he hit it down. And the fault was called after Kevin had swung his racket. It happened many many times with any players, there were players even got hit in right the head but neither they or their partner confronted the opponents. That was intimidation. You only see everything Kevin does is bad and unnecessary, and everyone else's has reasons and can't be helped. That's what I called biased. What Kevin did after the match wasn't pleasant at all and I didn't approve it either, but think of the situation he was for the whole match I am sure it was a spur of the moment thing. He snapped and he couldn't see things clearly. And he almost lost the match in front of the home crowds because of it. You clearly didn't bother to complain much about that Malaysian player doing the cut throat gesture or whatever. And also other European players who definitely behave or celebrate overly after the match. For some of you their celebration or behavior could be funny but for some of others we see those as a disrespectful and insulting. Just because he is a top player doesn't mean he has to change himself to be a saint. You just have to respect every player has their own character, agreeable or not. I don't think Boe or other top players had the best attitude themselves either when they were on the top of the the world.