Mohammad Ahsan/Hendra Setiawan China’s Ling Wei Keng/Wang Chang will be blind to the strength of the Chinese pair Ling Wei Keng/Wang Chang who will be the opponents in the semifinals Malaysia Masters 2022 at Axiata Arena, Saturday (8/7).
Ahsan / Hendra to the semifinals of the Malaysia Masters 2022 after eliminating Lu Ching Yao / Yang Po Han from Taiwan 20-22, 21-12, 21-13 in the quarter-finals, Friday (8/7).
Before appearing in the semifinals, Ahsan/Hendra admitted that he wanted to first learn about Liang/Wang’s game in order to determine the strategy for the match later.
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“We have to watch the opponent’s video first, we haven’t watched when they beat Hoki/Kobayashi earlier,” said Hendra after the match.
“Tomorrow the focus will be on us first, we must be more prepared,” said Hendra added.
Liang/Wang themselves cannot be underestimated by Ahsan/Hendra. The Chinese doubles, which qualified for the semifinals of the Malaysia Masters, defeated second seeds Takuro Hoki/Yugo Kobayashi.
Hendra admitted that The Daddies’ game in the quarter-finals still had many mistakes. But he is grateful to be able to qualify for the semifinals of the Malaysia Masters 2022.
“Actually, today we died alone but we are grateful to have won. The match was rarely rally because we focused on serving and opening,” said Hendra.
Meanwhile, Mohammad Ahsan, who is happy to have reached the semifinals of the Malaysia Masters, said he was still focused on the next match.
“What is certain is that we are quite happy that we can enter the semifinals, but we still have a match so we remain focused for tomorrow,” said Ahsan.