Tag: Lee Chong Wei
Yakeb general manager Zuhairi Abdul Manaf says sports associations have only limited funds, while coaches who squabble over athletes also hinder their growth.
The nation has produced some immensely talented players since the 1940s when badminton really took off here and the least we can do is remember them and their sacrifices.
OCM president Mohamad Norza Zakaria says the appointment of Lee Chong Wei is a positive development for him and for the sports world.
The duo reigned over the sport for more than a decade and have only relinquished that hold in recent years as their powers waned.
Lin Dan mendedikasi sebuah lagu “Kawan jangan nangis” kepada Chong Wei.
The former national shuttler says Lee Chong Wei, who announced his retirement today, should get enough rest before deciding on his future plans.
Bekas pemain nombor satu dunia itu disahkan menghidap penyakit kanser hidung sejak tahun lalu.
Former world number one had been expected to retire after his cancer diagnosis.
The former world number one's absence is a severe blow to Malaysia's hopes of making an impact at the Sudirman Cup.
Lee Chong Wei's absence in the World Championships means he will lose his chance to win the world title for the first time.
The badminton ace is not registered for any Badminton World Federation tournaments after May, either.
Local media today quoted two-time Olympic gold medallist Lin Dan as saying he would only retire when Chong Wei did so too.
The badminton ace has been given the all-clear from cancer but is advised against putting his body under 'undue stress'.
BAM says he is recovering well but given more time to rest
Badminton ace is showing good form in training but whether he plays in the Malaysia Open or not will depend on his doctor’s assessment next week.
The former world champion has not fully recovered says the Badminton Association of Malaysia.
The Malaysian star underwent treatment in Taiwan but pledged not to retire and resumed training last month.
The former long-time world number one was seen to be in "high spirits" with plans to get back to court next week.
The badminton ace says he has the desire to compete but it will depend on his doctor's advice.
The badminton ace has consulted his coach Hendrawan but will still need permission from his doctor before returning to training.
The 35-year-old Chinese's brilliant career is ending in a sorry whimper and he is danger of becoming a figure of ridicule.
The badminton ace is hopeful of returning to the court in December but says his health is his main priority.
The top badminton player says in an interview with NST that he hopes to return to the game in February if all goes well.
A return to the game would be a remarkable feat for Malaysia's best-known sports star, who has already had to fight his way back up the world rankings after being hit with a doping ban in 2015.