LEE Chong Wei has the skill and fitness but the World No 1 lacks the mental strength to win priority tournaments.
DESPITE failing to win the world title, national shuttler Lee Chong Wei’s service to the country has no comparison.
LEE Chong Wei’s hopes of gifting Malaysia its first world title did not materialise in Copenhagen yesterday.
COULD the wait for a world title finally come to an end for Lee Chong Wei, who sauntered into the final in Copenhagen yesterday.
WORLD No 1 Lee Chong Wei powered into the semi-finals of the World Championships in Copenhagen after seeing off China's Wang Zhengming in the quarter-finals yesterday.
THE poor showing of the national shuttlers in the World Championships in Copenhagen has set off alarm bells, especially with the Asian Games fast approaching.
KOO Kien Keat is not as fit as before and is slightly overweight but the skilful shuttler produced a class act as he and Tan Boon Heong reached the men’s doubles third round of the World Championships in Copenhagen yesterday.
CHONG Wei Feng could end up like the underperforming Liew Daren if the 27-year-old does not find solutions to manage pressure during matches.
LEE Chong Wei declared that his thigh injury is now a thing of the past after the World No 1 cruised past South Korea’s Lee Dong Keun in the first round of the World Championships in Copenhagen on Monday.
THE Ng sisters, Hui Lin and Hui Ern earned a boost on their return to the national team by reaching the women’s doubles second round at the World Championships in Copenhagen yesterday.
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