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Shoulder injury dashes Chong Wei's bid to win All England title
KUALA LUMPUR: A shoulder injury dashed World number one Datuk Lee Chong Wei's bid to complete a hat-trick of All England titles as he had to retire in the second game of the men's singles final against China's Lin Dan at the National Indoor Arena in Birmingham, England today.
Chong Wei who lost the first game 19-21, had come into the match with a heavily strapped shoulder that required treatment in the first game from the tournament doctor.