"It's not good when you create a tournament where the players are put in this situation," he said. "If you can win a medal by losing, but not by winning, that's not a good situation to be put in. I totally understand why they are doing it. Now the Indonesians are doing the same but it's not a good situation to be put in."
Jauhari said she couldn't understand why the South Korean coaches protested their amount of errors.
Indonesia's Polii added: "The referee said to us you are not playing very seriously and since he said that we felt intimidated and disturbed."
Beijing badminton silver medallist Gail Emms said the matches had been embarrassing to watch, and the players could be thrown out of the tournament when the disciplinary meeting is held before Wednesday's games are held.
"It was absolutely shocking," she said. "The crowds were booing and chanting 'off, off, off.'"
She said the players in question were deliberately hitting serves into the net, serving them out or serving faults.
"This is London 2012," Emms said. "For the future of our sport and the Olympic Games something needs to be done."
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