The Star June 1 06 SURABAYA (Indonesia): Lee Chong Wei was the only Malaysian shuttler left standing in the men’s singles after the first day of action in the US$250,000 Indonesian Open here yesterday. Chong Wei, the top seed and world number two, got off to an excellent start when he disposed of Chen Chi-hao of Taiwan 21-10, 21-8 in the first round. In the second round, which was also played yesterday, Chong Wei eliminated Indonesian Alamsyah 21-14, 21-17. The 24-year-old Chong Wei will face China’s Chen Yu for a place in the last eight. Back-up shuttler Yeoh Kay Bin also got off to a good start when he defeated Indonesian Budi Santoso 15-21, 21-16, 21-19. But his challenge ended in the second round when he went down 12-21, 5-21 to Kenneth Jonassen of Denmark. Lee Tsuen Seng, K. Yogendran and club player Pei Wei Chung, however, suffered first-round exits. Tsuen Seng’s misery in international tournaments continued when he was sent packing by former Indonesian great Icuk Sugiarto’s son Tommy Sugiarto 12-21, 11-21. Yogendran lost 16-21, 12-21 to Germany’s Bjoern Joppien while Wei Chung went down 16-21, 8-21 to Thailand’s Boonsak Ponsana.