S’pore’s Loh Kean Yew beats China’s 2-time Olympic gold medallist Lin Dan in badminton

S’pore’s Loh Kean Yew beats China’s 2-time Olympic gold medallist Lin Dan in badminton

Mothership - News·2019-01-14 00:30

Singapore shuttler Loh Kean Yew has beaten China’s two-time Olympic medalist Lin Dan and emerged champion at the Thailand Masters finals on Sunday, Jan. 13.

The Thailand Masters is an important competitive tournament, as it is only four levels below the BWF world tour finals, which is pretty much the Olympics of the shuttling world.
Loh takes home a winner’s cheque of US$11,250, which is roughly S$15,000.

The 21-year-old, who is born in Penang, Malaysia won Lin in straight sets 21-19 and 21-18 in what is a surprise upset.

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天心 14/01/2019

wait long long... better dont win china, later dont know what they will do behind us....

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Jade Wong 14/01/2019

Congrats for the win! Not an easy feat but you did it!!

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yoiq 14/01/2019

win 1 time say until so much.pui.

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Synthesized 14/01/2019

money bring success to SG thru foreign talents only...Do u think they will b loyal to us? Wake up don't dreams there is no overnight success in real life!

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ismal 14/01/2019

Price too little china just let go to Singapore

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