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Classic Matches : Thomas Cup 1992 Final - Malaysia vs Indonesia (2)

by Andrew Chang

Ardy Wiranata was known as one of the greatest fighter in the court, the opponent has to work for every point. Trailing at 5 - 14 , he didn't gave up that easily. He caught up with Rashid Sidek at 11-14. The young Rashid kept his composure and begin to play the game he played in the beginning of the set, being patient and not too eager to kill the shot.

With accurate drop shots and smashes and fast attacking shooting lob pushing the stubborn Ardy at all corners of the court. Rashid Sidek finally took the first game at 15-11.

In the second game, at 9-9 Rashid's movement too look a little sluggish due to exhaustion in this tactical battle marathon match. Ardy had 12-10 lead.

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