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Discussion in 'Malaysia Professional Players' started by tbleong, Jan 8, 2007.
Nah!, LCW has got a good stamina. This guy lasted like 4 seconds.
I think this video is taken after 80 minutes of the match /s
This guy is not LCW, look at his leg, so thin. I always thought LCW has elephant legs.
Not LCW for sure but looks like his brother Lee Chong Hoon.
He will be too stupid to record it.
Any photos of his brother? His brother looks too skinny.
The ring sure put himself as suspect. Nice underwear also. Only his wife or maid will know.
Don’t bother unless it was a video with famous good looking beautiful actress or model like Lin Dan had.
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Hi guys ,
Is it possible to purchase the DVD of the "Lee chon wei movie" online or somewhere in Bangkok? or the online version of the movie?
Not sure, but I watched the movie in a Singapore cinema recently. Quite inspiring!
Surprised to note that LCW's relationship with WMC started when they were training under Misbun, who treated LCW like his son and he had high hopes for LCW as well.
However Misbun was rather strict with LCW and kept him at home instead of sending him to compete in the AE when LCW complained about his knee pain. I think that was the year that LCW's fellow trainee, Hafiz Hashim won the AE in 2003.
Yup that was the pivotal moment that made LCW realised that all his hard work thus far would be wasted if he didnt have the right attitude towards his training. It was one of the defining moments of his life as recorded in his autobiography when he told Misbun he was thinking of not going to the AE which made Misbun very angry and ban him from going to a few tournaments that year. Of course the raining scene in which he ran towards the Bus carrying the team to England leaving him in the rain were shot to add dramatic effect. I am sure it did not happen that way.
Lee Ching Wei has threatened to boycott Thomas Cup if 'friends' Tan BH/Koo KK aren't selected as MD1.
April fools... if you can't provide link to prove the news...
Hehe, after the last fiasco with them I think LCW is the last one wanting to have them back.
Guys any link to watch his movie?
For all my criticism about him using up resources and diverting attention from the other players despite his age, I have to give credit where it's due despite not changing my stance.
Congratulations to Lee Chong Wei for Gold in the Commonwealth Games!
To be honest, after the first game I thought he might be done, but he still showed that he has the stamina to last 3 games and upset the World No. 1.
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Congratulations Datuk. You showed the perfect fighting spirit today.
Congrats Datuk!! Fetch another gold this coming Asian Games please...
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Congratss LCW, old but still gold
And to beat latest No.1 SK pack with youthful energy, it's not an easy task.
What a moment to bow out from commonwealth game. You're legend, and always be!
Commonwealth Games: Malaysian Lee Chong Wei beats Indian world No. 1 Srikanth Kidambi to claim badminton singles gold
Lee Chong Wei of Malaysia in action during the finals match at the 2018 Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast, Australia, on April 15. PHOTO: REUTERS
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GOLD COAST (Australia) - Malaysian badminton legend Lee Chong Wei captured his third Commonwealth Games men's singles gold on Sunday (April 15) with a stunning win over world No. 1 Srikanth Kidambi.
The 35-year-old veteran beat the Indian, who is 10 years his junior, 19-21, 21-14, 21-14 at the Carrara Sports Hall.
The win proved sweet for Lee, the three-time Olympic silver medallist, who had won their previous four encounters before falling to Srikanth in the singles match of the mixed team final on Monday. India went on to win 3-1 and claim the gold.
Lee said: "This is one of my most memorable achievements because this will be my last Commonwealth Games.
"I know how important this gold medal is for Malaysia. I won this for the whole Malaysian badminton team."
On his match against Kidambi in the team event, he added: "I lost to him in the mixed team event and I wanted to come back in the individual event. It's not easy mentally.
"In one week, I played him two times in finals. The first time I lost and the second time is the final in the individual. I think mentally I was very, very strong.
"I just came out and I forgot the team event and just focused."
On the 10-year age difference between the two of them, he said: "It's only a number, right. I just forget my age."
Lee won the Commonwealth singles title in 2006 and 2010 but skipped the 2014 Glasgow Games. He has said this will be his final Commonwealth Games and he will not compete at the 2022 Birmingham edition.
Srikanth had replaced the injured Viktor Axelsen at the top of the men's singles world rankings on Thursday.
He joins an exclusive club of Indian shuttlers to sit at the summit of the sport - Saina Nehwal became the women's singles world No. 1 in 2015, while Prakash Padukone was considered the world No. 1 when he won three top tournaments in 1980, before the current computerised ranking system.
In the women's singles final, which was an all-Indian affair between Saina and P.V. Sindhu, the former triumphed 21-18, 23-21.
It was Saina's second Commonwealth Games singles title after her victory at the 2010 Games in New Delhi.
Lee Chong Wei | 3rd Set | Badminton Men's Singles Final | Commonwealth Games 2018 | Astro Arena
can't view due to region blocking...despite trying various countries using stealthy chrome add on
anyone know what country i should try, or any other app to use?