'Comeback queens' Pearly-Thinaah ready to create Malaysia Masters history

'Comeback queens' Pearly-Thinaah ready to create Malaysia Masters history

KUALA LUMPUR: A weary Pearly Tan vowed to fight on as she and M. Thinaah hope to deliver their first World Tour title on home soil by winning the Malaysia Masters tomorrow.

The world No 11 are expecting another lengthy battle when they face Baek Ha Na-Lee So Hee of South Korea in the women's doubles final at Axiata Arena in Bukit Jalil.

Pearly-Thinaah have already endured an astonishing 332 minutes on the court over the last four days, including the 92 minutes they took to pull off a sensational 21-19, 23-21 win over Korea's fifth seeds Jeong Na Eun-Kim Hye Jeong today.

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