Kuala Lumpur: When he is in search of his first world championship title, the world number two Lee Chong Wei 2018 is not certain to play the World Championship, which will land in Nanjing, China on July 30.
Lee Chong Wei Only seven days left before meeting the world, the Malaysian media have reported that the former World No. 1 bookmaker Kira has not been shown for the practice in Badminton Academy Malaysia. The Reporters contacted him last Wednesday because he was told that he was still resting at home and could not take the training, which could endanger the quest for the World Championship title.
In both the Malaysia Open and Indonesia Open, playing in two consecutive tournaments within two weeks speculates about the potential fatigue of Lee Chong Wei 2018.
At the Malaysia Open, he won his 12th title in the final by defeating Japanese star Canto Momota while Indonesia Open defeated him by the same opponent in the semi-finals.
While talking to Malaysian correspondents last Wednesday, Lee Chong Wei 2018 did not show any signs of exiting the world meeting, instead, he was determined to give his best shot, especially when he met French Bris Leveraged in the first round. Was prepared. Leveraged beat Lee in the first round of the 2017 World Championship.
If he chooses to skip the world championships to pay full attention to the 2018 Asian Games in Jakarta, Indonesia, then it is fully understood, which will start 10 days after the world championship.
Given that he is now 36 years old, it is physically difficult for Lee Chong Wei 2018 to play in two major tournaments within a short time. In fact, since the beginning of this year, Lee Chong Wei 2018 publicly acknowledged that his main focus for this year would be the Commonwealth Games and Asian Games.
In the 2018 Commonwealth Games held in Australia’s Gold Coast, Lee Chong Wei 2018 defeated Kindi Shrikant in the final to win men’s gold. If Lee Chong Wei 2018 Quarterly can feel his dream of winning gold in the Asian Games, then it would be a great achievement, which is the second place in the size of the Summer Olympics.