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Ambitious Lee wants to forget his win

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Lee Chong Wei moved to within two wins of regaining the men's singles title at the All-England Open, but was so disappointed with the quality of the success which got him there that he claimed he would forget it. 

Malaysia's Lee Chong Wei returns to Vietnam's Tien Minh Nguyen during their All England Open Badminton Championships men's singles quarter-final match in Birmingham, central England, on March 8, 2013. Lee moved to within two wins of regaining the men's singles title at the All-England Open.

The world number one from Malaysia was never in difficulties in a 21-17, 21-19 win over Tienh Min Nguyen, the seventh-seeded Vietnamese player, but shook his head at how much he felt his performance fell below its usual very high standards.

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