SINGAPORE: A large-scale withdrawal on the eve of competition has robbed the Singapore Open of several seeded players after superstars Lin Dan of China and Malaysia's Lee Chong Wei also chose to skip the event.
LEE Chong Wei returns to training today at Bukit Kiara as the World No 1 shifts his focus to the World Championships after clinching his fourth title of the season at the Indonesia Open on Sunday.
LIM Chi Wing of Kuala Lumpur upstaged favourite Soon Joo Ven of Selangor to capture the Boys' Under-18 singles crown while another Selangor shuttler R. Satheishtharan took the Under-16 title in the National Junior Grand Finals in Kuantan yesterday.
LEE Chong Wei yet again showed why the Indonesia Open is his favourite overseas event when he captured a fifth title in Jakarta yesterday.
THE Indonesia Open is turning into Lee Chong Wei's favourite overseas tournament as the Malaysian advanced to the final in search of his fifth crown in Jakarta yesterday.
LEE Chong Wei stayed on course to secure his fifth Indonesia Open crown when he stormed into the semi-finals with a one-sided victory over Thailand's Boonsak Ponsana in Jakarta yesterday.
MEN'S doubles Koo Kien Keat-Tan Boon Heong's place in the World Championships in Guangzhou is secure despite their shoddy performance in the Indonesia Open.
INDONESIA OPEN: Kien Keat remains defiant as Chong Wei cruises
NO 1 Lee Chong Wei survived a tough first round in pursuit of a fourth international title of the year at the Indonesia Open at Senayan Stadium in Jakarta yesterday.
LAST CHANCE: Kien Keat-Boon Heong must improve their game and behave or risk missing World Championships