Lee was very much his own man, and crystal-clear in his mind as to the style and quantum of training that suited him best.
Cancer-free Lee Chong Wei to miss World Championships after slipping to 113 in BWF rankings during prolonged absence
Michelle Chai, general manager of the Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM), said Lee — currently ranked 113 in the world — would not play in the championships in Switzerland from 19-25 August
Malaysian ace Lee Chong Wei withdraws from Sudirman Cup on medical advice in another blow to Olympic dream
Malaysia’s badminton king Lee Chong Wei, under treatment for nose cancer, has withdrawn from next month's Sudirman Cup in China after doctors advised him against "exerting himself"
Lee Chong Wei to return to action on home soil at Malaysia Open in April after recovering from early-stage nose cancer
Badminton great Lee Chong Wei aims to make his comeback in April at the Malaysia Open after a cancer battle, a month later than he originally hoped, an official confirmed Tuesday.
Malaysian badminton star Lee Chong Wei resumes training after taking break to fight early-stage nose cancer
Lee Chong Wei stopped playing in the middle of last year after he discovered he had cancer in July, forcing him to pull out of regional games and world championships.
Cancer-stricken badminton star Lee Chong Wei says he's recovering well; Malaysian hopes to make comeback soon
Malaysian badminton star Lee Chong Wei has said he is recovering well and hopes to make a comeback following nose cancer treatment in Taiwan, a report said on Monday.
'Fighter' Lee Chong Wei loses 5kg after nose cancer treatment, puts public appearances on hold to focus on recovery
Malaysian badminton star Lee Chong Wei has shown he's a "true fighter" after treatment for nose cancer but he has put public appearances on hold to focus on his recovery, a senior official told AFP on Friday
Lee Chong Wei asks for time to rest and recover; ace Malaysia shuttler recently underwent nose cancer treatment
Malaysia Badminton ace Lee Chong Wei said he needed to be left alone to rest for at least a few days after returning home following nose cancer treatment in Taiwan.
Three-time Olympic silver medallist Lee Chong Wei battling nose cancer, confirms Badminton Association of Malaysia
Malaysia's three-time Olympic silver medallist Lee Chong Wei is battling nose cancer, the Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) confirmed on Saturday.
World Championships 2018: Journeyman Daren Liew clinches bronze for Malaysia in Lee Chong Wei's absence
While the Chinese men’s singles shuttlers have been performing well in Nanjing, the void left by Malaysian ace Lee Chong Wei was filled by Daren Liew.
Lee Chong Wei pulls out of Badminton World Championships, Asian Games 2018 due to respiratory disorder
Lee Chong Wei, a three-time Olympic silver medallist, has been diagnosed with a respiratory disorder and advised rest by the doctors.
Iskandar Zulkarnain punished by Badminton Association of Malsysia for smoking in hotel room during Thomas Cup
Iskandar Zulkarnain Zainuddin was fined 50 percent of his monthly allowance for lighting up in his hotel room at last month's Thomas Cup in Bangkok, where Malaysia crashed out in the quarter-finals.
Zulfadli Zulkiffli, 25, was banned this week and fined $25,000 after the sport's world governing body ruled that he had engaged in corrupt practices dating back to 2013.
Malaysian shuttlers Zulfadli Zulkiffli, Tan Chun Seang handed career-ending bans by BWF for match-fixing
Two Malaysian badminton players Zulfadli Zulkiffli and Tan Chun Seanghave been hit with career-ending bans of 20 and 15 years respectively after being found guilty of corruption and match-fixing, the sport's governing body said on Wednesday
Two badminton players from Malaysia being investigated by BWF over match-fixing allegations, says report
BWF had written to the Badminton Association of Malaysia about the two players late last year. Under the BWF’s rules, players found guilty of match-fixing can be banned for life.
India Open 2018: Iskandar Zulkarnain's bid for redemption gathers momentum with win over Kidambi Srikanth
In August last year, Iskandar Zulkarnain was so dejected after crashing out of the quarter-finals of the Kuala Lumpur Sea Games, that he almost gave up on badminton.
Lee Chong Wei threatened to cut ties with the Badminton Association of Malaysia as relations become strained in the wake of the world number one's latest injury.