(Kuala Lumpur, 28th) Can no longer let it go, find a high-level coach to find the winning formula.
Malaysian badminton player Lee Zii Jia lost to Ng Ka Long at the Asian Championships a few days ago and staged a round of rounds. His recovery momentum was "beat back to his original shape". Dato' Selvaraj said to this: "You can't go on like this for a long time!"
Selvaraj said in an interview with the local English-language newspaper New Straits Times: "It is meaningless for Lee Zii Jia to participate in joint training in Hong Kong or other places. His most serious problem is that he does not have a suitable coach."
After terminating the contract with Indonesian coach Chen Jiayin at the end of last year, Lee Zii Jia, with the assistance of partner Liu Guolun, did technical and tactical training, and also went to Taiwan and Hong Kong to train with foreign players. Regarding the effect of joint training with outsiders, Selvaraj asked: " Do you think the opponents he trains with will give 100%? Why should they help you improve?"
After rescinding the contract with Indonesian coach Indra Wijaya at the end of last year, Lee Zii Jia, with the assistance of partner trainer Daren Liew, did technical and tactical training, and also went to Taiwan and Hong Kong to train with foreign players. Regarding the effect of joint training with outsiders, Selvaraj asked: "Do you think the opponents he trains with will give 100%? Why should they help you improve?"
"What Lee Zii Jia desperately needs is a good coach and someone to guide his team behind the scenes."
"Lee Zii Jia has the height, size, strength and all the conditions required by a badminton player. What problems did he have in the game? I believe only he can answer."
"For me, Lee Zii Jia is undoubtedly a good player. But from a psychological point of view, he is not in place. In addition to tactical coaches, he also needs a psychologist or spiritual mentor to help him."
"He had it all with the national team, but he decided to give it up (as a free agent)."
"Despite countless calls for him to hire a good coach, he is adamant about staying alone, so what can we say?"
"He made it to the semi-finals at the All England, which shows that he has what it takes to be a champion. But he needs to finish the line and start winning again to build up his confidence. Only then can he regain consistency."
"From the current point of view, he lost his stability in the first and second laps. He must break through, otherwise his self-confidence will be further destroyed."