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KUALA LUMPUR: It looks like Lee Chong Wei's bromance with Lin Dan has not faded after having locked horns for almost 15 years.
PETALING JAYA: Will new prototype synthetic shuttlecocks replace the goose feathers used in badminton?
Lee Chong Wei is all smiles after returning home from his latest visit to the doctors in Taiwan during the Christmas holidays. He has been given the green light to train but he has to take it slow for at least another three months. He has to forget about making a comeback at the All-England. For now, his plan is to make a return at his favourite tournament – the Malaysian Open in April – to give his home fans a treat. The three-time Olympic silver medallist was in high spirits as he spoke to StarSport’s RAJES PAUL at his residence about his renewed hope for the New Year.
KUALA LUMPUR: National top singles player Lee Chong Wei (pic) admits that it’s a year to forget for Malaysian badminton.
PETALING JAYA: Datuk Lee Chong Wei has lost some weight after undergoing cancer treatment, but is recovering well, says Olympic Council of Malaysia President Datuk Seri Mohamad Norza Zakaria.
PETALING JAYA: National badminton ace Lee Chong Wei will return from Taiwan on Sunday (Oct 7) after completing his treatment for early stage nose cancer.
KUALA LUMPUR: National men’s singles head coach Datuk Misbun Sidek reckons ill-stricken Lee Chong Wei (pic) should not have any regrets even if he decides to hang up his racquet.
KUALA LUMPUR: Badminton icon Datuk Lee Chong Wei, who is battling nose cancer, says he is determined to make a return to the court.
WHEN I found out about Datuk Lee Chong Wei’s nose cancer two months ago, I was naturally shocked.
NANJING: Shuttlers from all over the world have sent heartfelt wishes to national men’s singles ace Datuk Lee Chong Wei, who is undergoing treatment for a respiratory-related illness.