The big question that ponders in many people’s mind today in a titanic clash between Malaysia and China in the Sudirman Cup 2009 semi finals. Can Malaysia upset China?

On paper, it’s a BIG NO! Malaysia don’t have the depth to beat China on paper. Mixed doubles point is as good as gone. Even our women doubles pairing will not take anything from China.

Malaysia will have to get their points from Men Singles, Men Doubles and Women Singles.

Hope they can beat all odds to stun the partisan China home crowd. A tall order to ask from our Malaysians team but we got nothing to loose. Go go go Malaysia!

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  • On paper, its like a Proton trying to out race a BMW but who knows. History might be in the making for Malaysia. So go Proton, go Malaysia….6th sense tells me its going to be close

    • jason 8 years ago

      To Kim : Don’t use Proton name! Shy only when i listen.. =/

  • Well~ although it’s tough, I think Malaysia has a fair chance against China just like Indonesia or Korea, which can only bank on Men’s double/Mix double/ and Women Single. Lin Dan or any pair of CN’s women double seems almost unshakable ~ but still, GO Malaysia!

  • Well, Malaysia lost and the XD didn’t work. I thought with KKK/WPT might be a better bet. The 3-0 score line didn’t do Malaysia any justice but I know every player has tried his/her best. A bronze medal “also can”.

  • meow meow choo 8 years ago

    Jason i hope u can post the match btw LCW and LD in youtube..looking forward to watch it…thanks man

  • fortunately the match was ended early before it went to a 5-0 defeat for M’sia..

  • joshua 8 years ago

    Jason why u didn’t upload the plays of china?Is china haven’t play in the past rounds of the tournaments? And in the men singles of Indonesia and south Korea who’s playing in both teams?

  • joshua 8 years ago

    Jason why u didn’t upload the plays of china?Is china haven’t play in the past rounds of the tournaments? And in the men singles of Indonesia and south Korea who’s playing in both teams? Please reply as soon as possible..^^

  • Sure Jason, no more Proton usage here or it might create a little saga. So Proton can be a little “pai seh”.

    I watched the match between LCW/LD, the whole Chinese team showed a lot of respect for LCW’s game.