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Chong Wei’s comeback to be the best Christmas gift this year

By: Srishty Sharon
Date: 10 Sep, 2018
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Almost two months back, the Malaysian star shuttler, Lee Chong Wei withdrawn from the major badminton championships due to some health issues. He went down to receive the treatment of the career-threatening disease in Taiwan and is doing well now. This latest news on Lee Cong Wei comeback is the bright spot for the Malaysian badminton. The national team is expecting to welcome the ace shuttler Lee Cong Wei by the end of the year.

The 35-year-old found to be responding extremely well to all the treatments he has been going through in Taiwan. The three-time silver medallist was suffering from a respiratory-related disease, that forced him to withdraw from the previous World Championships.

According to the recent news of Badminton Malaysia, Datuk Ng Chin Chai, the chairman of the Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) coaching and training committee has stated that Chong Wei is constantly in touch with the association and he has been updating about his treatment and health recovery constantly.

As quoted in the Star, Chin Chai said, “Chong Wei updates us on his treatment and he’s happy with his progress. He has informed us that his treatment will continue for another month.

“We are supportive of Chong Wei. We hope he will come out of this treatment and return to training soon, and back to competition.

“We all know Chong Wei is a fighter. He had been down a few times but he always gets back to his feet without fail.” Stated Chin Chai, according to the latest news on Chong Wei on the Star.

Last year before the commencement of the World Championships in Nanjing, China and the Asian Games events in Jakarta, Indonesia, Chong Wei noticed a discomfort while breathing, and fell sick.

Before falling ill, he has been performing explicitly well. During his 12 Malaysian Open titles, Chong Wei also foiled the current World No 4, Kento Momota. He also conquered the semifinals at the Indonesian Open.

We are expecting a quick recovery and tremendous comeback of the ace shuttler. For latest news badminton, stay glued!

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