Thursday, December 13, 2007


On December 9 2007, Ng Sock Khim from Malaysia (World Ranking 286) created the BIGGEST upset in the Women Singles Group Qualifying matches by beating China born, Li Jiawei (World Ranking 6) from Singapore 3 -2 to enter the semi-finals.

Before the match no one expected Sock Khim to qualify as only the top player from each of the 4 groups qualify for the semi-finals
However, this petite lass from Kedah did the impossible task by showing her strong fighting spirit to edge her much stronger and higher ranked opponent.
On December 10 2007 morning Sock Khim went on the beat Muangsuk Anissara (World Ranking 130) from Thailand 4 - 2 with the score 11-4, 8-11, 11-0, 6-11, 11-9 to enter the final
In the afternoon, she lost to another China born Singaporean Wang Yuegu (World Ranking 8) 0 - 4 with the score being 4-11, 8-11, 2-11, 4-11
Although Sock Khim did not win the gold medal, the silver medal is rewarding enough for her efford.
Malaysia and the Olympic Council of Malaysia (OCM) and the Table Tennis Association of Malaysia (TTAM is very proud of her achievement.

1 comment:

Christina ShinLian Chee said...

Congratulations Sock Khim!
The silver medal you received was an original Malaysia table tennis achievement.
We, Malaysian table tennis enthusiasts, are proud of you!
The precious medal you delivered was a super boost for female Malaysian table tennis and for the sport in general nationally!
Malaysia Ping Pong Boleh!!!