RRQ Lemon Is Looking to Make a Comeback for MPL ID Season 9
One of RRQ’s star players, Muhammad “Lemon” Ikhsan is looking to return to the Mobile Legends: Bang Bang esports scene after having taken a long hiatus. This was revealed through a podcast called Deddy Corbuzier Podcast, an Indonesian podcast that features the most iconic celebrities from various fields in the region. In the podcast, Lemon expressed that he is considering making a comeback next year for the M4 World Championships. Lemon is one of the prominent Mobile Legends pro players in Indonesia and has acquired two Mobile Legends Professional League (MPL) Indonesia (ID) titles over the course of his career under the esports organization, RRQ.
RRQ Lemon is Looking to Return in the Mobile Legends Pro Scene after hiatus
One of the most iconic players in RRQ’s Mobile Legends team, Lemon, may be returning to the pro scene next year. This was revealed by Lemon when he was on the the Deddy Corbuzier Podcast when it featured on 25th Nov 2021.
According to Lemon, he initially wanted to play for the M3 World Championship. However, he respects his teammate’s efforts in working so hard to bring RRQ to the most prestigious esports event for Mobile Legends. He does not want to take away a slot from one of the players who contributed to securing their participation in the international esports event.
"Before playing in the M3 (World Championship), we have to play in the MPL (ID) first. If we win, then we’ll get a slot in the M3. I didn’t play in the first place (due to hiatus). If I were to play, it would be unfair for the players who helped us secure a slot,” stated Lemon. “I’d love to play, but maybe in the next one (M4 World Championship).”
This means that we may see Lemon return to the MPL ID Season 9. RRQ is yet to confirm Lemon’s return for the league’s next season.
Rumors about Lemon shifting to Wild Rift
The pro player was previously hit with rumors that once the beta phase of the game officially ends. However, the pro player was only seen playing the game and not actually competing in the esports scene.
According to a post from , Lemon felt “jaded” after playing Mobile Legends for so many seasons. The pro player wanted a fresh new start by shifting to Wild Rift. However, he will only do so when the beta phase of the mobile MOBA title officially ends. This information is not yet confirmed by Lemon himself so this should be taken with a grain of salt.
If Lemon follows through on his plans it will most certainly be exciting to see the fan-favorite RRQ star player return for the upcoming MPL ID Season 9.