Hi. After seeing him losing 3-15 3-15 against Hafiz, there is only 2 things that come to my mind: 1. Wong Choong Hann voluntarily lost to him. Since in Malaysia, we know that WCH is a very kind person, involved actively in various charity projects, and basically a very understanding person, he might himself 'understand' the situation Hafiz is in, and thus let him win. He may think that he is already World Number 4, his place is assured, but Hafiz is not, so just let him win. But my question is, if this is the case, does he knows the importance of a good seeding in the Olympics? Isn't a Olympic medal more important than a full (3) entrys in the Olympics? 2. A high possibility is the match has been fixed with Misbun. Considering that Hafiz is his own protege, and considering his aim of attaining full entry in the Olympics, this might be the case. But if this is really the case, I can't imagine how he 'told' Wong Choong Hann to lost his match. I mean, isn't it hard for him to say this out? And what would the players think of him? I'm pretty sure Wong Choong Hann hopes to do well in All England, he has never done well in All England, furthermore, this might be the last All England of him right (considering that most players quit after Olympics)? Hafiz is still young, does it mind if he miss the current Olympics and wait for Beijing 2008 Olympics? This is really a think to ponder on. No matter who is the one who fixed the match (WCH himself or Misbun), his form in the first match is pretty obvious of this match fixing. His relatively poor form (taking a long time against that Ukrainian player) is more of a psychological problem (he knows that no matter what, the maximum he can reach is the 2nd round), not that he has fell from his top form, in my opinion. What you all think? To anyone who feel annoyed by my claims, I'm sorry, but this is really what I feel!