Being national No. 1 is just the beginning for Zii Jia


KUALA LUMPUR: It’s definitely a happy Chinese New Year for Lee Zii Jia as he enters the holiday season as the new national No. 1 men’s singles player.

The 21-year-old jumped up seven spots to 28th in the world rankings to break into the top 30 for the first time in his career – and also overtake his seniors Lee Chong Wei and Liew Daren.

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