Former World No. 1 shuttler Lee Chong Wei expressed his frustration with how 2015 has transpired for him within the badminton scene.
The 33 year-old missed the first half of the year due to a doping ban, before making the much-anticipated return to competitive action in June.
But after reaching the final of the World Championship, Chong Wei suffered a major blip in form, which culminated in him suffering early exits at the Korea and Japan Open.
“Korea and Japan was the worst moment of my life. A lot of people criticized my performance.
“Perhaps, I’ve been overthinking about my goals, after the doping case. I’m constantly thinking of climbing up the world rankings, so I can secure a Rio slot. Hence, it has been very challenging for me,” he told Arena.
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