Loh Kean Yew: “I’m definitely excited to play in the All-England, I’ve been longing to play for a long time. But right now, I’m just going to focus on my next match first in this week’s tournament. It’s a different experience as this is the first time I had to be under quarantine and then come out straight to compete in high intensity matches.”

“I was looking forward to seeing how I would perform under these circumstances, at least now I know. Not getting to train for five days does make a lot of difference. Previously under the bubble system, we probably won’t get to train for two days at most. I will learn from this experience and do better the next time I face the same situation again.”

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