JAKARTA - World number one Lee Chong Wei easily defeated Germany's Marc Zwiebler on Sunday to win the Indonesia Open for a fifth time. The Malaysian ace hardly broke a sweat against the unseeded Zwiebler in the men's singles final in Jakarta, winning the match 21-15, 21-14 in just 40 minutes. Lee dominated from start to finish, with a string of smashes which proved too difficult for his left-handed opponent to return. "As I had expected, it was a very hard match against Lee Chong Wei," Zwiebler said. "He was not that kind of player who will give any mercy if I made weak shots. He was always in control. I have tried everything I can." Lee praised his opponent: "Zwiebler played well today. He showed a lot of progress." The 30-year-old said he was "very happy" to win the titlefor the fifth time. –AFP