Both have met the qualification criteria but Singapore can field only one of them. Singapore's top shuttlers, Ronald Susilo and Kendrick Lee Yen Hui are now vying for the single spot to represent Singapore in the Olympic Games. This is because of the rules set by the BWF, which is using its latest monthly world rankings to determine Olympic qualification. The top 38 players in the rankings will receive qualifying places for the singles events. But for players ranked 17th and below, the BWF has stipulated that each country can send only one representative - thereby pitting Susilo against Lee. Ronald Susilo is ranked 17th on this list and Kendrick Lee, 21st. All eyes or now on the SBA, which will have to decide between the two men. The Straits Time read: "Susilo, 28, has the experience and the pedigree, having defeated world No 1 Lin Dan en route to a quarter-final spot at the 2004 Athens Olympics. But the Indonesian-born shuttler has been plagued by an elbow injury, suffered at last year's SEA Games, which forced him to miss most of this season. Lee, the emerging star of Singapore badminton, has never played in the Olympics before. Last year, the 23 year old won the Dutch Open and was the first Singaporean to reach the men's singles final at the Sea Games. Unfortunately, his recent form has been poor. He has failed to get past the round of 32 in his last five tournaments." Jacqueline Lim, cheif of high performance and development within the SBA, had this to say: "Our main goal is to win a medal, so the player with the best chance of winning one will be selected." The decision will be made based on the player's recent performances, fighting spirit and physical condition. Factors such as a player's ranking, popularity and seniority will not be considered. The final list of players will be sent to the BWF by May 31. Said Lee: "It's good Singapore will have at least one representative in the men's singles. I hope whoever it is will go on and do Singapore proud." Your thoughts?