Anthony Sinisuka Ginting’s speed proved to be too much for Lee Zii Jia to handle in the Thomas Cup quarter-final tie between Malaysia and Indonesia today.

As reported on the Olympics site, Zii Jia said, “Not a very good performance from me today, Ginting was showing his game today – especially overall his control. He was controlling me all the way with his speed.”

“I think it was a very big challenge for me also (to play Kento Momota and Ginting two days in a row), it was the first time to have this kind of situation to try to handle it,” he added.

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