Lee Zii Jia moved further in the qualification round for the badminton World Tour Finals that would take place the following month.

On Wednesday (16 November), the great shuttler from Malaysia breezed through the first round of the Australian Open, defeating Rio Agustino (Australia) 21-9, 21-11, in an only 25 minutes of play.

The competition was never even close to being fair, and the top seed was never really put to the test.

This victory sets up a mouth-watering duel with China’s Lu Guang Zu, who is presently occupying the last slot on the World Tour rankings, which earns automatic qualifying for the World Tour Finals in Thailand.

How to Follow the Australian Open in 2022

The Australian Open will be broadcast live on Olympic Channel and Olympics.com in select countries and regions throughout the world.

In addition, it will be aired all around the world via broadcast partners located in each area.

Fans in Malaysia are able to see Lee Zii Jia live on the subscription channels offered by Astro.

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