Yew- Ming Si crushes Colin Wei Ming Wong in the initial qualifier – Malaysian Open 2012

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Yew- Ming Si crushes Colin Wei Ming Wong in the initial qualifier – Malaysian Open 2012
Malaysian veteran, Yew-Ming Si, confidently glided into the second qualifying round of the Kuala Lumpur 2012 held at the indoor hard courts of Malaysia. He secured his lead after journeying through an all-Malaysian first qualifying
round. He battled against Colin Wei Ming Wong and summed his straight sets, 6-3, 6-1 win on the eve of Saturday.
The 33-year-old, Si, faced a slightly tough competition at the hands of his fellow compatriot, as he confidently secured the lead by topping the scoreboard with 2-1. Si quickly accelerated and evened down the scores to 2-all in
the very next game. After that point, he progressed with a powerful determination to overshadow his junior compatriot. He broke his serve in the sixth game and successfully wrapped up the opener with a 6-3 score.
The senior Malaysian fired four aces onto his contender and did not double fault even once.  He manifested 61 percent first serve accuracy, converting 15 of 20 first and six of 13 second serve points. On the other hand, his rival
had a 57 percent first serve precision, with 10 of 13 first but just one of 10 second delivery points.  
In the second set, 16-year-old Wong completely lost his confidence and Si obtained maximum advantage of the situation and broke his serve twice i.e. in the first and third game respectively. He stole the initial four games without
any resistance, as the Malaysian small fry was unable to retaliate against his rival. Although he fought back, he seemed helpless in front of his rival’s serves and donated the set to Si, marking a 6-1 win.
Both players exhibited almost a similar initial serve accuracy, with Si winning seven of nine first and five of six second delivery. Wong maintained 61 percent initial serve precision, with just 10 of 23 first and seven of 15 second
serve points. He did not receive a single chance to grab a serve break, where his rival secured 11 chances and in turn, he capitalized just three.
For the next qualifying round of the Malaysian Open ATP World Tour 250, he will face the Indian player, Sanam Singh. 



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