We show that (I) there is a Lindelöf space which is not weakly Menger, (II) there is a Menger space for which TWO does not have a winning strategy in the game Gfin(O,Do). These affirmatively answer questions posed in Babinkostova, Pansera and Scheepers [Babinkostova L., Pansera B.A., Scheepers M., Weak covering properties and infinite games, Topology Appl., 2012, 159(17), 3644–3657]. The result (I) automatically gives an affirmative answer of Wingers’ problem [Wingers L., Box products and Hurewicz spaces, Topology Appl., 1995, 64(1), 9–21], too. The selection principle S1(Do,Do) is also discussed in view of a special base. We show that every subspace of a hereditarily Lindelöf space with an ortho-base satisfies S1(Do,Do).