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Blood, Sweat and Tears: Malaysia Exit Sudirman Cup After Freak Injury

Malaysia's Teo Ee Yi was hit on the face by his doubles partner Ong Yew Sin, in their quarter-final defeat to Japan in the Sudirman Cup.

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Updated:May 24, 2019, 1:51 PM IST
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Blood, Sweat and Tears: Malaysia Exit Sudirman Cup After Freak Injury
Teo Ee Yi was cut open when his doubles partner Ong Yew Sin accidentally hit him in the face (Photo Credit: BWF)
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Nanning: Malaysian badminton player Teo Ee Yi was bloodied and shaken after his doubles partner accidentally smashed him in the face with his shin during their Sudirman Cup quarter-final defeat to Japan on Friday.

The 26-year-old lay prone on the court floor for nearly 10 minutes with a gashed chin, blood pouring down his neck, with the men's doubles clash against top seeds Japan locked at 19-19 in the deciding game.

Teo suffered the injury after he and playing partner Ong Yew Sin both dived in an attempt to retrieve the same shot, and Ong's trailing left leg caught Teo in the face.

Although Teo eventually climbed off the floor to continue with a large bandage on his chin, the Malaysian duo appeared to have lost their edge.

They saved a second match point against Takeshi Kamura and Keigo Sonoda, but could not ultimately prevent going down to a dramatic defeat spread over 95 thrilling minutes.

Teo afterwards refused to blame the attritional three-game loss on the injury, but said: "It's quite a big cut and I think it's going to need stitches."

The painful defeat put Japan 1-0 up in the tie in the Chinese city of Nanning and on the way to a semi-finals meeting with Indonesia.

Men's world number one Kento Momota and Nozomi Okuhara triumphed in their singles matches to give Japan -- who have never won the Sudirman Cup -- an unassailable 3-0 lead.

Indonesia booked their place in the last four with a narrow 3-2 win over Taiwan.

Saturday's other semi-final is between the hosts China, who are the hot favourites to win the mixed-team world championship for an 11th time, and Thailand.

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