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    Default 15th Asian Games/Badminton: Chong Wei competed despite stress fracture

    15th Asian Games/Badminton: Chong Wei competed despite stress fracture

    13 Dec 2006(NST)


    LEE Chong Weiís menís singles bronze medal in the Doha Asian Games is not without a price.

    Chong Wei, who took the risk of competing despite suffering a stress fracture on his right ankle during training four weeks before the Games, now faces the danger of relinquishing both his Malaysia Open and national crowns.

    Chong Wei will be gunning for his fourth consecutive Malaysian Open title at the KLBA Stadium on Jan 16-21 and needs to compete in the Kuala Lumpur Open at the same venue next week to qualify for the National Grand Prix Finals.

    The BA of Malaysia (BAM) high performance manager Lim Kok Wye, however, confirmed that Chong Wei suffered the injury during training and not during a road accident in November in which he sustained a head injury.

    He needed six stitches on his forehead before recovering in time to compete in Doha.

    Chong Wei was beaten by Lee Hyun Il in the crucial semi-final match against South Korea where Malaysia lost 1-4 to settle for bronze.

    However, the 24-year-old clinched the bronze in the menís singles.

    Kim Hock and Chong Wei, who returned to Malaysia on Monday, could not be contacted for comments.

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    oh my god...
    plz lee..
    plz dun force urself too much...
    i dunwan to see u can't back to top form caz a long injuries...
    if can,dun compete in KL open la...
    i really hope lee can retain his MO title...
    but there is not much time for him to rest...
    he muz think smart...
    plz becareful...
    hope god bless u...
    plz recover fast...

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    Quote Originally Posted by nwy5633
    oh my god...
    plz lee..
    plz dun force urself too much...
    i dunwan to see u can't back to top form caz a long injuries...
    if can,dun compete in KL open la...
    i really hope lee can retain his MO title...
    but there is not much time for him to rest...
    he muz think smart...
    plz becareful...
    hope god bless u...
    plz recover fast...
    Hard to fault him to want to compete so much, he don't want to wait another four more years. It is this kind of spirit we want. Not giving up easily and not giving excuses when lost.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ethan
    Hard to fault him to want to compete so much, he don't want to wait another four more years. It is this kind of spirit we want. Not giving up easily and not giving excuses when lost.
    That's a main factor as he'll be 27 or 28 (say if I'm wrong ) he has got a very good spirit

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    Is it wise to keep training and playing with a stress fracture? Even in English Premier League guys are out for a few weeks with stress fractures. You don;t want the fracture to get bigger!

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    As i had said before, LCW is overtrained and overworked.

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    LCW needs a break and skips Mal Open. There is plenty of opportunities next year other than Mal Open.

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    Yes, get healthy and go from there. All the best!

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    He has a great fighting spirit that helps him brave adversity. More power to him!

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    BAM to postpone the MAS Open.

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    Despite his injury LCW put up such great fight to TH, this kid really hv great spirit!

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    i think LCW won't give up the MO becoz of tat...
    so i think maybe skipping KL open will be ok for him...
    he muz think wisely...
    if winning KL open is more important than Malaysia Open or his career...
    then i got nth to say abt it...
    hope someone can giv him some advice,maybe WMC...
    hahaha...

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    Quote Originally Posted by chibe_K
    LCW needs a break and skips Mal Open. There is plenty of opportunities next year other than Mal Open.
    YES! haha if LD goes (I really hope now ) he will win as LCW won't be there but it's his homecrowd, he would never do that

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    Heard that LCW is getting some treatment from chinese traditional therapy now.

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    Just hope that he can take good care of his health coz i really love to see when he is playing...

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