Questions have begun to be asked about Lin Dan’s future after a legendary career at the top. Photo: AFP Questions have begun to be asked about Lin Dan’s future after a legendary career at the top. Photo: AFP
Questions have begun to be asked about Lin Dan’s future after a legendary career at the top. Photo: AFP
Chan Kin-wa
Opinion

Opinion

Chan Kin-wa

Should Lin Dan call time on his sparkling career now and avoid potential embarrassment at a fifth Olympics?

  • A maximum two singles players can represent China at 2020 Tokyo Games
  • After another dismal early exit, the 35-year-old veteran lags behind promising Shi Yuqi and Rio champion Chen Long

Questions have begun to be asked about Lin Dan’s future after a legendary career at the top. Photo: AFP Questions have begun to be asked about Lin Dan’s future after a legendary career at the top. Photo: AFP
Questions have begun to be asked about Lin Dan’s future after a legendary career at the top. Photo: AFP
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Chan Kin-wa

Chan Kin-wa

Kin-wa joined the Post after working for the Hong Kong Sports Development Board and the government for more than a decade. Previously, he was at the Standard for six years. Kin-wa has covered the Olympic Games twice, and three Asian Games as Post reporter.