Wong Mew Choo is a late replacement for Lu Lan of China in the tournament at the Wold Super Series Masters badminton tournament. Guess, what, she made it to the finals and will play Juliane Schenk of Germany.

Wong Mew Choo didn’t make much headway after winning the 2007 China Super Series. Injuries and her current split with Chong Wei didn’t help her mentally and physically.

So will this women singles match against Juliane Schenk will change Mew Choo’s fortunes for the better?

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7 Comments

  • kanjer 7 years ago

    is er no video of yao jie

  • Ginee 7 years ago

    youtube is so slow for me !! long time dint saw mew choo video..

  • kim chua 7 years ago

    WMC is still in good form, in the SEA Games this morning, she beat Salakjit Ponsana 21-15, 21-17. Malysian woman won the semi 3-0 in the team event. Final next with Indon. WMC’s court coverage is her strength.

  • david 7 years ago

    Thanks jason.
    I enjoyed the game even if it was a little quick

  • badmintonxpert 7 years ago

    if that german play another game like this one, she will shorted her life by half lol…i thought her eyes were going to pop out lol….its so strange that lcw won and wmc also!!!so cute lol…she,s on super form!!tx j!!u did it again man

  • Yeah, WMC is in great form, at the SEA Game, she beat Maria Kristin, Olympic Bronze Madal, 21-12, 21-11. Even the Chinese players (one of the Wangs) can’t thrash Maria with that kind of scoreline!!

  • I am only human, I am not always right…an hour ago, WMC lost in the semi to Salakjit Ponsana, sister of Boonsak. Well, a Gold and a Bronze ain’t bad.