These articles are for those threads that havent been started, others like news on KBH is in that thread : NST 14 June Badminton: Super show by Razif-Wee Kiong Email to friend Print article addthis_pub = 'nstonline'; Malaysian pair Razif Latif (left) and Tan Wee Kiong beat China’s Guo Zhendong-Xie Zhongbo in the Aviva Singapore Open at the Singapore Indoor Stadium yesterday. Razif-Wee Kiong won 17-21, 21-11, 21-19. LEE Chong Wei and Wong Mew Choo marched on as expected but back-up pair Razif Latif-Tan Wee Kiong served a shock by beating China's No 2 pair of Guo Zhendong-Xie Zhongbo to advance to the last four of the Aviva Singapore Open yesterday. And whatever happens in the semi-finals at the Singapore Indoor Stadium today, Malaysia are guaranteed of at least one pair in the finals tomorrow as Zakry Latif-Fairuzizuan Tazari and Gan Teik Chai-Lin Woon Fui are also in the final four. An all Malaysian doubles semi-final, pitting the Teik Chai-Woon Fui combination against Razif-Wee Kiong, would ensure a Malaysian representative in the men's doubles final. Razif-Wee Kiong toppled Beijing Olympics-bound Zhendong-Zhongbo 21-17,11-21, 21-19 to continue their impressive run, Teik Chai-Woon Fui reached the last four beating compatriots Chan Chong Ming-Chew Choon Eng 21-14, 21-17 while Zakry Latif-Fairuzizuan beat compatriots Khoo Chung Chiat-Tan Bin Shen 21-23, 21-13, 21-7. And Chong Wei could join them too if his current form is any indication. The No 1 seed took only 23 minutes to beat Denmark's Joachim Persson 21-19, 21-17 in their quarter-final clash and will face Denmark's Peter Gade Christensen, the 2006 champion, in the semis today. Persson was never in the game from the very start. Chong Wei's aggression and deft touches saw to that and the Dane was left with no answers to his opponent's superior court craft. "I have played Joachim so many times before. So there is no question of any pressure or anxiety on my part. But I notice he was very slow today. Still there is the semi-final tomorrow and whoever I play I expect a tough match. I have not really been tested in the tournament so far. But the semis will be different," said Chong Wei. Wong Mew Choo, seeded No 4 in the tournament came through her quarter-final match against Korea's Hwang Hye Youn with a 21-12, 21-9 win. She will face Tine Rasmussen of Denmark, the reigning All England singles champion. "I am happy with my performance today. I made very little mistakes and I hope I can maintain my form tomorrow. "I need to be at my best because Tine (Rasmussen) is a difficult opponent," said Mew Choo. http://www.nst.com.my/Current_News/NST/Saturday/Sport/2267179/Article/index_html Razif looking more & more like Zakry.