New Straits Times » Sport Wong gets a chance to redeem himself with Yong K.M. Boopathy Feb 15: WONG Choon Hann gets his chance to redeem himself after his disappointing exit in the second round of the All-England Championships to compatriot Yong Hock Kin at the Swiss Open in Basel next week. Wong is drawn to meet Yong again in the second round and the result could, once again, work against the National No 1. The second-round defeat has rattled Wong considerably and this could work to Yong's advantage. Yong opens his campaign against Mark Burgess of England while Wong gets a first-round bye. Roslin Hashim has a realistic chance of making the quarter-finals as his only obstacle is expected to be Anuparp Thiraratsakul of Thailand in the first round. However, a lop-sided draw has cleared the way for him till the quarter-finals where he meets either Wong or Yong. The winner of the quarter-final clash could meet another Malaysian in the semi-finals — Hafiz Hashim. Hafiz has a tough first round tie against Shon Seung Mo of South Korea and assuming he progresses, comes up against Dane Anders Boesen in the third round. If Hafiz survives, his likely quarter-final opponent will be Budi Santoso of Indonesia and based on the Malaysian's current form, he should be able to breeze into the semi-finals. With four of the six Malaysians placed in the top half of the draw, joint-ninth seed Lee Tsuen Seng will battle it alone in the bottom half. He faces a difficult match against Thailand Open champion Ronald Susilo of Singapore in the third round. Second-seeded Dane Kenneth Jonassen will most likely meet Lee in the quarter-finals and if the Malaysian survives, he will meet another Dane Peter Rasmussen in the last four. In the doubles, second seeds Chan Chong Ming-Chew Choon Eng have a clear path until the quarter-finals where they are expected to come up against joint-fifth seeds Eng Hian-Fkandy Limpele of England. However, they might skip the tournament if Chew's ankle injury, suffered in the second round of the All-England on Thursday, does not heal in time. Choong Tan Fook-Lee Wan Wah have a comfortable run into the last eight where they are likely to meet joint-fifth seeds Michael Lamp-Mathias Bo of Denmark. A win will pit them against Lee Dong Soo-Yoo Sung of South Korea in the semi-finals.