Lee chong wei

Lee led for most of the match but lost two important match points in the rubber game.

Badminton: Malaysia's Lee Chong Wei diagnosed with nose cancer

Despite leading for most of the time in the third game, Lin managed to level the point and edge him narrowly by 21—19, forcing Lee to settle for silver once more. His journey ended in the second round when he was defeated by Chen Hong. Lee kicked off the second half of the season with defeat by Sony Dwi Kuncoro in the world meets[74] but went on to win the Macau Open in August.

Lee participated in several tournaments after the Olympic Games without capturing a title. He only managed to reach the second round of the Open, [77] before winning the Hong Kong Open in November.

Lee began to learn badminton at the age of 11, when his father, who liked to play the game, brought him to the badminton hall.

Malaysia reached the finals, but lost to Japan with a score of 3—2. The match was also marred by two controversial line calls that were not in favour of Lee. Lee led the match after winning the first game but Lin brought it to the rubber games.

Soon after the triumph, he announced it would be his last Malaysia Open outing, as he would assess his condition after the Asian Games and might retire if the results were not good.

However, Lee announced his reconciliation with Mew Choo after winning a silver medal in Summer Olympics. He also managed to reach the final of the China Open and Hong Kong Opendespite his knee injury haunting him on both occasions. After attempting to continue, he had to retire and was subsequently stretchered to hospital.

He suffered leg cramps late into the third game. In the semi-final he defeated Lin Dan to give Malaysia a 1—0 lead in its clash with defending champion Chinabut Malaysia eventually lost 2—3 due to the defeat of its first doubles team in the vital final match.

He gained his first ever Korea Open crown, sixth Malaysia Open[81] and defeated Kenichi Tago to win the oldest and prestigious badminton championship in the world, the All England Openhis first since he took part in Despite beating reigning World Champion Chen Jin in the semi-final, Lee once again tasted defeat at the hands of his great rival, Lin Dan, in the final.

Lee Chong Wei

Lee won a bronze in his first appearance in the world meet, the World Championships after losing to eventual winner Taufik Hidayat in the semi-final. Later on that season he took the Indonesia Open crown, his first title since the Malaysia Open after reuniting with former coach Misbun Sidek from Li Mao.

He declined to identify the player but confirmed to The Associated Press that it was Lee. Lee said he was disappointed with his performance during the tournament, despite marching into the final.

First, he took the Japan Open title for the fourth time. In the Malaysia Open, Lee fought back from 13—20 down in the rubber match and scored eight match points against Lin Danand finally won the game with a score of 23—21 to secure the title.

Also, he received RM3, a month as a lifetime pension beginning in August Lee gained a spot for the Olympic Games in Athens. He also suffered an early exit in five competitions afterward.Datuk Lee Chong Wei DB PJN AMN DCSM DSPN is a Malaysian professional badminton player.

As a singles player, Lee was ranked first worldwide for consecutiv. Former world number one Lee Chong Wei is receiving treatment after being diagnosed with nose cancer, the Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) said in a statement on billsimas.com Datuk Lee Chong Wei DB PJN AMN DCSM DSPN (born 21 October ) is a Malaysian professional badminton player.

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