Lee Chong Wei decided to hang up his badminton racquet after an illustrious career spanning almost two decades.
Lee Chong Wei is showing no signs of an imminent return after not being included in the Malaysia squad for the 2019 Sudirman Cup taking place in Nanning, China, next month.
Lee Chong Wei is determined to qualify for the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo after a bittersweet conversation with one of his sons.
Lee Chong Wei would not be defending his title at the upcoming Malaysian Open, the Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) announced on Tuesday.
Badminton World Federation (BWF) president Poul-Erik Hoyer Larsen has expressed hope that Malaysian badminton ace Lee Chong Wei will make his return to the court in time for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
Lee Chong Wei looks set to participate at next month's Malaysian Open, his first international tournament since recovering from nose cancer.
Malaysian badminton ace Lee Chong Wei made his return to the badminton court for the first time on Monday morning since recovering from nose cancer.
Malaysian badminton great Lee Chong Wei has revealed how he broke down in tears after learning he had nose cancer — and detailed the "nightmare" treatment that left him unable to speak or eat.
Lee Chong Wei is set to return to training at the Badminton Academy Malaysia within two weeks.
Lee Chong Wei insisted he was not ready to retire from playing badminton professionally as he aimed to play at Tokyo 2020.