Lee Chong Wei looks set to participate at next month's Malaysian Open, his first international tournament since recovering from nose cancer.
The 36-year-old is drawn against eighth seed Srikanth Kidambi in the first round – the likes of Liew Daren, Chen Long, Kento Momota, and Viktor Axelsen are also in the same half.
Lee, who won the Malaysian Open a record 12 times, returned to training in January
after a six-month lay-off.
The last tournament he appeared in was the Indonesian Open in July last year, where he lost to Momota in the semi-finals.
The 2019 Malaysian Open takes place at the Axiata Arena from April 2nd to 7th.