I actually forgot to mention about LZJ after commenting about Aaron/Soh's inconsistency overall. LZJ is another one who messed up his chance to medal in the Tokyo Olympics. Another case of losing when you are not supposed to LOSE. I will not forget that game against Chen Long. So first game it was a masterclass by LZJ then when Chen Long changed the way he played, LZJ gave away the last two games. It's acceptable to digest the outcome of the game when you are talking from equal position of strength but in this case, it is not true after what was revealed later on. Chen was unfit, old and slower than he was five years ago. He furthermore took like a career break. Yet LZJ despite being the better player physically and speed wise, he still bottled that game. This is very unacceptable. I am happy to see his name recorded among the All England winner list but one thing I really notice about Malaysians are, majority of their title winning victories are unexpected and out of the blue. The moment you "expect" them to win or achieve a certain result, they will fail. Malaysia badminton is equivalent to the English football. They talk a very good talk but fail to deliver when it REALLY matters.