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Saina Nehwal, Kidambi Srikanth wish Lee Chong Wei 'happy retirement'

The badminton fraternity reacted to Lee Chong Wei's retirement announcement on Thursday, asking him to take care of his health.

'Sorry I didn’t deliver an Olympic gold': Lee Chong Wei's emotional post after retirement

Hours after announcing his retirement, Lee Chong wrote an emotional Facebook post in which he wrote about how he decided to retire, his regret about not winning an Olympic gold medal and spending time with his family

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Watch: Lee Chong Wei breaks down while announcing retirement after cancer battle

Malaysian badminton star Lee Chong Wei announced his retirement on Thursday after waging a battle with nose cancer, bringing an end to a glittering 19-year career.

Defending champion Lee Chong Wei withdraws from Malaysian Open, big blow to 2020 Olympic hopes

Lee Chong Wei's withdrawal from the upcoming Malaysian Open has come as a huge blow to his Tokyo 2020 Olympic dreams. Lee pulled out of the competition despite receiving all-clear after being diagnosed with cancer.

WATCH: Lee Chong Wei receives heart-warming reception at Malaysia Masters

Lee Chong Wei, who is on a comeback trail from cancer, was honoured by the winners Chen Long and Son Wan Ho with a podium picture.

Malaysia's Lee Chong Wei diagnosed with nose cancer

The 35-year-old, who is currently ranked fourth in the world, has won 69 international titles and is a three-time Olympic silver medallist.

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Lee Chong Wei withdraws from Asian Games 2018, Badminton World Championships

Lee Chong Wei pulled out of both the World Championship in Nanjing, China and the Asian Games in Indonesia due to a respiratory disease.

Lee Chong Wei wins historic 12th Malaysia Open title

Malaysian shuttler Lee Chong Wei defeated Japan's Kento Momota 21-17 23-21 on Sunday to secure a historic 12th Malaysia Open title.

Lee Chong Wei seeks better treatment to prolong career like Roger Federer

Badminton World Federation's new regulations require the tour's leading 15 players to compete in a minimum of 12 top tournaments to help promote the tour and sport. This adversely affects the fitness of players - such as Lee Chong Wei.

Lee Chong Wei approached to fix matches: Reports

Lee Chong Wei's admission comes in light of news that had emerged last week where two Malaysian badminton players were being probed by Badminton World Federation (BWF) for suspected match-fixing activities. 

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