Tine Rasmussen the home crowd favorite took on Malaysia’s Lydia Cheah in the Copenhagen Masters 2009 women singles badminton tournament.

Lydia Cheah did well to enter the finals of the women singles finals after defeating Yao Jie in the semi finals. Tine Rasmussen is the favorite in this match as this is her home ground. Not only that, Tine Rasmussen is ranker much higher compared to Lydia Cheah.

Ranking does not carry much weight especially in a final match. Can the Malaysian upset the formbook against Tine Rasmussen? Watch it to find out more!

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5 Comments

  • ch from HK 7 years ago

    lydia is not the level that can challenge tine rasmussen. the first game almost determines who is winner

  • kim chua 7 years ago

    Lydia’s game is still in development stage, she is about two years from WMC’s level. However, it is good to see she can get into the final on her first (is it?) Copenhagen Masters, she will be back.

    • jason 7 years ago

      @ kim chua

      Lydia is Malaysia’s future hope for women singles department. We still have Julia Wong who’s being repaired after a serious knee injury. For men singles department, i don’t see any future thus far.. Men doubles we still have Koo & Tan!

  • kim chua 7 years ago

    Jason

    julia injured her foot playing Yip PY. Julia can be better and still is improving. Anita Raj wasn’t bad either a few years ago but she quit to pursue her study.

  • Nice try. Tine has the experience and speed advantage. Lydia can train up on the speed and attacking side of it. Should be a good bet for future games.