• Support Lee Chong Wei

    Lee Chong Wei is one of the greatest badminton players to ever play the game. His rise from an unknown shuttler in the early 2000's to world number one men's singles player is a prime example of what determination, hard work and a refusal to give up can achieve and many great badminton players of all ages are lovingly looking up to him.Please sign the petition to support Lee Chong Wei

    Please sign the petition to support Lee Chong Wei

  • Lee Chong Wei temporarily suspended

    Kuala Lumpur: World No. 1 Lee Chong Wei has been temporarily suspended until  the Badminton World Federation (BWF) hearing, which will be decided soon.Lee Chong Wei awaits hearing from BWF

    Lee Chong Wei awaits hearing from BWF

  • Lee Chong Wei’s B sample tests positive

    Kuala Lumpur: World badminton No.1 Datuk Lee Chong Wei's B sample has tested positive for dexamethasone, threatening the career of one of Malaysia's greatest sportsmen.We need Lee Chong Wei, badminton needs Lee Chong Wei!

    We need Lee Chong Wei, badminton needs Lee Chong Wei!

  • Lee Chong Wei told to prepare for the Badminton World Federation’s panel hearing

    Sepang: National Sports Institute (ISN) chief executive officer Dr Ramlan Abdul Aziz urged everyone, including Lee Chong Wei to brace for the Badminton World Federation (BWF) Panel Hearing.Lee Chong Wei

    Lee Chong Wei

  • Lee Chong Wei receives overwhelming support

    Kuala Lumpur: Malaysia's Youth and Sports Minister Khairy Jamaluddin has hired Mike Morgan - a sports lawyer from UK who has represented other sports bodies, clubs and high profile athletes in proceedings before the High Court, the Court of Arbitration for Sport, the American Arbitration Association, the National Anti-Doping Panel (UK) and the FIFA Dispute Resolution Chamber.Mike Morgan (right) has been described as "second to none on doping cases""

    Mike Morgan (right) has been described as "second to none on doping cases""

  • Lee Chong Wei awaits results of B sample test

    Kuala Lumpur: Malaysia's media reported that world number one Lee Chong Wei waited more than an hour at the Norwegian Oslo University Hospital laboratory on Wednesday, to witness the seal breaking session of his B sample. The urine tests will be announced either on Thursday or Friday.Oslo University Hospital is where the test is taking place

    Oslo University Hospital is where the test is taking place

  • Outpouring of support for Lee Chong Wei from around the world

    Kuala Lumpur: While Malaysia is waiting anxiously for the outcome of the second test that badminton world number one Datuk Lee Chong Wei will undergo in Norway on Wednesday after having reportedly failed an initial doping test, media and badminton fans from all around the world are offering him their support and strength.Support for Lee Chong Wei from South China Morning Post

    Support for Lee Chong Wei from South China Morning Post

  • Lee Chong Wei seen at KLIA

    Sepang: World number one Lee Chong Wei arrived at Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) on Monday night as he proceeded to check in at the First Class Check-in reception with his wife Wong Mew Choo. It's speculated they were flying to Oslo, Norway.The time has come for us badminton fans to give Lee Chong Wei our full support

    The time has come for us badminton fans to give Lee Chong Wei our full support

  • Lee Chong Wei pulls out from Hong Kong Open

    Hong Kong: World number one Lee Chong Wei will not defend his title at the US$350,000 Hong Kong Open for the first time in almost a decade.Lee Chong Wei withdraws from Hong Kong Open

    Lee Chong Wei withdraws from Hong Kong Open

  • Lee Chong Wei, Lin Dan to skip French Open

    Paris: French Open Superseries badminton will be kick off here on Tuesday at the 3,900-seat Pierre de Coubertin Stadium without the most mouth-watering legendary rivalry between Lee Chong Wei and Lin Dan.10-20-2014-badminton-news-lee-chong-wei-lin-Lee Chong Wei-Lin Dan rivalry is one of greatest ever in sport

    10-20-2014-badminton-news-lee-chong-wei-lin-Lee Chong Wei-Lin Dan rivalry is one of greatest ever in sport

  • Razif Sidek: BAM must improve the coaches

    Kuala Lumpur: Former badminton doubles great Razif Sidek believes sound management is the key to reviving Malaysia's fortunes in the international badminton arena after the recent dismal performances by our national shuttlers in the world championship and the just concluded Asian Games that has raised concerns among the fans in the country especially with no one in sight to replace Datuk Lee Chong Wei.Malaysia's badminton legend - Razif Sidek

    Malaysia's badminton legend - Razif Sidek

  • Lee Chong Wei pulls out of Denmark and French Opens

    Kuala Lumpur: The Badminton of Association of Malaysia (BAM) has agreed to withdraw world number one Lee Chong Wei from Denmark and French Opens, allowing Chong Wei to rest and recuperate after a grueling season. However, BAM would have to pay a fine of US$5,000 to Badminton World Federation (BWF) for that decision.Lee Chong Wei needs a rest

    Lee Chong Wei needs a rest

  • Eyes on BAM for Lee Chong Wei's new coach

    Kuala Lumpur: World number one Lee Chong Wei preferred not to involve in the decision of whether he should get a new coach. He would let Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) to take the proper action in this case before he started to chime in.Lee Chong Wei (right) talks to his coach Tey Seu Bock

    Lee Chong Wei (right) talks to his coach Tey Seu Bock

  • Lee Chong Wei to take a break after Denmark Open Superseries

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    Kuala Lumppur: World number one Datuk Lee Chong Wei is expected to take a break before preparing for the All England and Malaysia Open next year. He is scheduled to play in the Denmark Open which is part of the BWF Super Premier Series, from Oct 18 to 23.Lee Chong Wei, Lin Dan and Chen Long will play in the Denmark Open Superseries

    Lee Chong Wei, Lin Dan and Chen Long will play in the Denmark Open Superseries

  • Han Jian: Chong Wei needs new coach to take his game farther

    Kuala Lumpur: Han Jian, the 1985 World Champion and the Chief coach who guided Malaysia to the 1992 Thomas Cup triumph, echoed BadmintonPlanet.com's suggestion that world number one Lee Chong Wei should hire a new coach in order to revive his career.Han Jian nickname is "sticky candy", owing to his much-used tactic of using long rallies to pressurize an opponent into making mistakes.

    Han Jian nickname is "sticky candy", owing to his much-used tactic of using long rallies to pressurize an opponent into making mistakes.

  • 12 teams to compete at Malaysia Purple League (MPL)

    Kuala Lumpur: Malaysia's first ever professional badminton league also known as Malaysia Purple League (MPL) will begin on Oct 15, 2014 with 12 franchise teams competing for the MPL title.Lee Chong Wei represents Petaling badminton club in Malaysia Purple League

    Lee Chong Wei represents Petaling badminton club in Malaysia Purple League

  • BAM, it's time to put together a stronger team around Chong Wei

    To Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM):
    While the existing team around Lee Chong Wei continue to serve him well - helping him to maintain his world number one ranking and winning several Superseries per year, after falling short in huge tournaments such as Olympics, World Championships and Asian Games over and over again, and before Chong Wei's confidence is running dry, BAM should work on assembling a stronger team with personnel that can defeat challenges from the Chinese team.We can never find an extraordinarily talented badminton player like Lee Chong Wei

    We can never find an extraordinarily talented badminton player like Lee Chong Wei

  • Asian Games: Lin Dan wins gold, may play until 2020 Olympics

    Incheon: Lin Dan did it again! "Super Dan" produced a magical display in Asian Games men's singles final to overcome the ferocious Cheng Long and successfully defended the title on Monday.Chen Long, Lin Dan, Lee Chong Wei, Wei Nan (from left)

    Chen Long, Lin Dan, Lee Chong Wei, Wei Nan (from left)

  • Asian Games: Lin Dan wins epic tussle with Lee Chong Wei

    Incheon: Although Lin Dan and world number one Lee Chong Wei were meeting in the Asian Games men’s singles semi-finals, but it had the tension of a title match. Lin Dan won the semi-final epic shown down 22-20, 12-21, 21-9 in 72 minutes at the Gyeyang Gymnasium on Sunday.Lin Dan (left) vs Lee Chong Wei is undoubtedly among the fiercest battles ever seen in the history of badminton

    Lin Dan (left) vs Lee Chong Wei is undoubtedly among the fiercest battles ever seen in the history of badminton

  • Asian Games: Lee Chong Wei vs Lin Dan in semis

    Incheon: World number Lee Chong Wei was forced to rally from a one-set deficit before overcoming gallant Vietnamese unseeded Nguyen Tien Minh 21-23, 21-16, 21-17 in 75 minutes to book a place in the men's singles semi-finals, where he will meet his long-time nemesis Lin Dan on Sunday.Lin Dan (left) vs Lee Chong Wei in the Asian Games semi-final

    Lin Dan (left) vs Lee Chong Wei in the Asian Games semi-final

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