Life goes on for Chong Wei after Sudirman Cup exit


Lee Chong Wei of Malaysia in action against South Korea's Lee Dong-keun at the Sudirman Cup in China on Sunday. Chong Wei won in straight sets. - AP

DONGGUAN: Former world No. 1 Lee Chong Wei will have no time to rue over Malaysia’s quarter-final exit from the Sudirman Cup.

Up next for the 32-year-old is the Singapore SEA Games from June 5-16. This will be followed by the US Open (June 16-21), Canada Open (June 23-28) and World Championships in Jakarta in August.

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