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Yew Sin-Ee Yi fired up to end two-year title drought in Sydney

Yew Sin-Ee Yi fired up to end two-year title drought in Sydney

The two-year title drought is expected to come to an end for self-contained shuttlers Ong Yew Sin-Teo Ee Yi If their form is any indication.Yew Sin-Ee Yi smashed through to reach his first Australian Open final after staging an incredible fightback to eliminate China's world number. 28 He Jiting-Zhou Haiodong 14-21 21-17, 21-18, in the semi-finals lasting 72 minutes at the Quay Center in Sydney yesterday.

World No. 8. Yew Sin-Ee Yi has last made the final of an individual tournament and was a winner in The 2021 Thailand Masters.They will have the chance to finally end their long-running wait for two World Tour title but it will not be an easy task.In Yew Sin-Ee Yi's path in the finals are the world's No. 14 Liu Yuchen-Ou of China.

Yuchen-Xuanyi was also forced to fight hard against Lee Jhe-huei Yang Po-hsuan of Taiwan yesterday to win 12-21, 23-21 and 24-22 in their last four match.The head-to head record among Yew Sin-Ee-Yi and the Chinese pair stands at 1-1, with the Malaysians taking the lead in their final meeting in the Denmark Open last month.

The Chinese team, however, had defeated them Malaysians in the opening match of the Indonesian Masters in June.Yuchen-Xuanyi also won Yuchen-Xuanyi also won the Indonesian Open (June) and placed second in the German Open (March) and Korean Masters (April).He said to slot online malaysia.

Coach of the doubles Chin Eei Hui expressed her joy after watching Yew Sin-Ee Yi make it to the final, however she acknowledged that her team will have another battle to defend the title on the day.They began slow in the first game , but fortunately, they were able to regain focus in the subsequent matches,said Eei Hui.I believe that the game that is scheduled for tomorrow (today) is going to be tough as well.It's going be 50-50. I'm hoping Yew Sin-Ee Yi is able to win the title.The title's success will provide Yew Sin-Ee Yi an immense boost prior to the highly coveted World Tour Finals in Bangkok between December 7 and 11.

In the men's singlesevent, Ng Tze Yong's hopes at making the first World Tour final were dashed after he lost 18-21, 15-21, to Lu Guangzu of China. Lu Guangzu.Guangzu will face fellow Chinese Shi Yuqi for the title after Shi Yuqi fought for a long time to beat Japanese Kodai Naraoka 21-16 16, 16-21, 21-19, in the semi-finals.

Men's singles: Lu Guangzu (Chn) bt Ng Tze Yong (Mas) 21-18, 21-15; Shi Yuqi (Chn) bt Kodai Naraoka (Jpn) 21-16, 16-21, 21-19.

Doubles for men: Ong Yew Sin-Teo Ee Yi (Mas) against He Jiting-Zhou Haiodong (Chn)14-21 21-17 Liu Yuchen-OuXuanyi (Chn) against Lee Jhe-huei-Yang Po-hsuan (Tpe) 12-21 23-21 24, 22.

Women's singles: An Se-young (Kor) bt Pornpawee Chochuwong (Tha) 21-16, 21-11; Gregoria Mariska (Ina) bt Han Yue (Chn) 18-21, 21-16, 21-14.

Women's doubles: Zhang Shuxian-Zheng Yu (Chn) bt Lee Chia Hsin-teng Chun-hsun (Tpe) 21-15, 21-17; Benyapa Aimsaard-Nuntakarn Aimsaard (Tha) bt Jeong Na-eun-Kim Hye-jeong (Kor) 21-19, 21-18.

Mixed doubles: Kim Won-ho-Jeong Na-eun (Kor) bt Dejan Ferdinansyah-Gloria Widjaja (Ina) 14-21, 21-13, 21-8; Seo Seung-jae-Chae Yu-jung (Kor) bt Feng Yanzhe-Huang Dongping (Chn) 22-20, 21-14.