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Malaysia Open Grand Prix Win Has Restored My Confidence - Chong Wei

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Published: 07 May 2012
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 JOHOR BAHARU, May 6 - Datuk Lee Chong Wei says his win at Malaysia Open Grand Prix Gold Badminton Championships here has restored his confidence for other tournaments.

 
Chong Wei who beat Sony Dwi Kuncoro of Indonesia in the final in three sets, 17-21, 21-8, 21-10, is happy with the win after grappling with a shoulder injury.
 
"I'm very happy as the win has restored my confidence after losing at India Open Badminton Championships," he said told reporters after tournament here Sunday.
 
At India Open Badminton Championships, world number one player Chong Wei surprisingly lost to fast rising Shon Wan Ho of South Korea in the final.
 
It was Chong Wei's first major tournament after suffering a shoulder injury during the All England Championships last month.
 
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Teen with leukaemia determined to play badminton for state again (pic)

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Published: 07 May 2012
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 JOHOR BARU - Gutsy teenagers like Gan Cheng Wei are the reason why cliches like "down but not out" should be repeated regularly.

Despite being diagnosed with leukaemia in March, the state badminton player is determined to return to the game he loves so much.

World No 1 Datuk Lee Chong Wei has stepped in to set up a fund to pay for the teenager's medical treatment.Teen with leukaemia determined to play badminton for state againTeen with leukaemia determined to play badminton for state again

The fund received a donation of RM10,000 (S$4,094) from Teori Warisan Sdn Bhd, the developer of Seasons Luxury Apartments.

Cheng Wei's elder sister, Mei Ying, 34, who received the donation on behalf of her brother, said her family members were thankful that Lee had started the initiative.

 

Sony no match for Chong Wei

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Published: 07 May 2012
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LEE Chong Wei was not fluent but did just enough to beat long-time rival Sony Dwi Kuncoro of Indonesia for his fourth consecutive Malaysia Open Grand Prix Gold title in Johor Baru yesterday.

Chong Wei dropped the first game against Sony, who has been troubled by injuries for the last two years, but came back strongly to win 17-21, 21-8, 21-10 in 50 minutes. Sony, who last played Chong Wei in the 2010 Indonesia Open, looked to be in the mood and put the World No 1 under a lot of pressure in the first game to win 21-17.

 

Korean Shon stuns Lee to bag title (pic)

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Published: 01 May 2012
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NEW DELHI — Unseeded South Korean Wan Ho Shon capped his superb run in the India Open badminton tournament with an upset win over top-seeded Malaysian Lee Chong Wei in the men's singles final on Sunday.

Shon, who also qualified for the London Olympics, won 21-18, 14-21, 21-19 in a 66-minute thriller, which ended when world number one and defending champion Lee netted a service return.Wan Ho Shon of Korea reacts after defeating Malaysian badminton player Lee Chong Wei

The South Korean, who upset second seed Peter Gade of Denmark in the quarter-finals, then threw his racquet into the stands while celebrating his first victory over the Malaysian in five matches.

"I was very confident as I had nothing to lose. It was the best match I played in the tournament," the 23-year-old Shon said through an interpreter after claiming his maiden Super Series title.

 

Chong Wei to work on weaknesses that cost him title at the India Open (pic)

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Published: 01 May 2012
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KUALA LUMPUR: World No. 1 Lee Chong Wei will not allow his shock defeat at the India Open to disrupt his preparations for the London Olympics.

The first thing he intends to do is restore order by defending his title in the Malaysia Open Grand Prix Gold in Johor Baru starting tomorrow.

On Sunday, Malaysia’s Olympic gold medal prospect Chong Wei went down to South Korea’s Shon Wan-ho 18-21, 21-14, 19-21 in an error strewn final in New Delhi.Out to make amends: Koo Kien Keat-Tan Boon Heong lost in the quarter-finals of the India Open last week and will be out to make good in Johor.

It was his first defeat to world No. 17 Wan-ho, who is being groomed to take over from his more illustrious compatriot Lee Hyun-il when he quits after the London Games.

Chong Wei, who was competing in his first tournament after picking up a shoulder injury at the All-England in March, gave due credit to his South Korean opponent, who will turn 24 in a couple of weeks.

“I went to India without any high expectations after the injury and the outcome clearly showed that I still have some work to do,” said Chong Wei, who arrived home yesterday.

 

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