Sunday, September 13, 2009

4th game tame draw

 

the Malaysian Masters 4th Quarter finals provided  the excitement of see saw battles between Lim Yee Weng and and underdog Edward Lee, with the latter getting points after 2 draws but the last game spoils all the excitement and  fun when Edward did not want to fight for a win which may still kept his semifinals hopes alive.

Its an anti climax end to an expected tough battles.

Hope Edward Lee has the answer to skeptics who feel he threw the match. 

1 comment:

  1. No need to say this lah, I'm sure he has his own reasons(read:think rating). And even if it just so happens that he 'threw' the match, although its highly unlikely, but hypothetically speaking, if he did, it's just to draw attention. So in either case you don't need to inject such commentary. We have enough of this in other sports around the world.

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