Today Malaysian newspaper all display Chong Wei's victory in their sports headlines!! Translated from local leading press, Berita Harian (Daily News): Chong Wei on top of the world The success in an 88-minute final sees Chong Wei became the first national ace to retain Malaysia Open title since Rashid Sidek in 1990/91, and Chong Wei continues his unbeaten streak on home soil Malaysia. Generated by full support of 5000 fans, Chong Wei bet his combination of terrifying smashing and net play to trick the most feared and globally recognized best player at the present moment, Lin Dan. Chong Wei said," I am happy and satisfied with this victory. In fact when I enter the court and I did not think of winning, I just want to give my best and finally I succeeded. This victory is so meaningful compared to last year's because I defeated several best players in the world such as Taufik Hidayat, Bao Chunlai and lastly Lin Dan today. I hope this success will not stop here and will continue in the coming WC next month. I want to come back with at least a medal no matter what colour it is. Chong Wei, who lost to Lin Dan in rubber game in their last and only meet before, seemed to lose easily when trailing 0-7 in the opening set when Lin Dan display a fast playing and smashing. Chong Wei only managed to take one point at position 1-7, and Lin Dan extended the lead to 3-10 before his concentration was affected by controversial line calls. Chong Wei then took the chance to close the gap to 6-10 and level at 12-12. The Malaysian ace was near to finish the set at 14-13 but Lin Dan took the game to dues before Chong Wei stole the set with 17-15. In the the 2nd set, Lin Dan started aggresively and led by 4-0 before Chong Wei collected the first point but the Chinese looked dedicated to level the overall score to 1-1 (game) and he succeeded with a 15-9 win in the second set. Thousands of fans in KLBA looked anxious and worried when they saw Chong Wei trailing 0-7 in the decisive set, but the international calmed down himself and found back his rhythm to level to 9-9. He never looked back, took the remaining 6 points and sinked the Chinese's ego at 15-9. Coach Li Mao said," Chong Wei played brilliantly today and he had a good strategy. Chong Wei and Lin Dan's standard is no big gap but today Chong Wei proved himself that he is capable of beating the world's best player."