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Lee Chong Wei

Nach seiner Zwangspause wegen einer Krebserkrankung fehlen Badmintonstar Lee Chong Wei die nötigen Weltranglistenpunkte für eine. Der Malaysier Lee Chong Wei beendet nach seiner Krebserkrankung die Laufbahn im Badminton. Unter Tränen verkündet er seinen Rücktritt. Lee Chong Wei 李宗伟, Kuala Lumpur. Gefällt 1,2 Mio. Mal. The OFFICIAL Facebook page for Lee Chong Wei, Malaysia's No.1 badminton player.

Lee Chong Wei Badminton-Star Lee verpasst WM nach Krebserkrankung

Lee Chong Wei ist ein ehemaliger malaysischer Badmintonspieler. Er gilt als einer der besten und erfolgreichsten Badmintonspieler der Welt. Lee Chong Wei (chinesisch 李宗偉 / 李宗伟, Pinyin Lǐ Zōngwěi; * Oktober in Bagan Serai, Perak, Malaysia) ist ein ehemaliger malaysischer. Lee Chong Wei (MAS). Der Malaysier Lee Chong Wei beendet nach seiner Krebserkrankung die Laufbahn im Badminton. Unter Tränen verkündet er seinen Rücktritt. Malaysia's badminton king Lee Chong Wei, a three-time Olympic silver medalist and former world number one, announced his retirement on Thursday. Lee Chong Wei 李宗伟, Kuala Lumpur. Gefällt 1,2 Mio. Mal. The OFFICIAL Facebook page for Lee Chong Wei, Malaysia's No.1 badminton player. Unter Tränen verkündete Malaysias Badmintonikone Lee Chong Wei heute im Rahmen einer Pressekonferenz seinen Rücktritt. Nach seiner.

Lee Chong Wei

Lee Chong Wei (chinesisch 李宗偉 / 李宗伟, Pinyin Lǐ Zōngwěi; * Oktober in Bagan Serai, Perak, Malaysia) ist ein ehemaliger malaysischer. Lee Chong Wei (MAS). Nach seiner Zwangspause wegen einer Krebserkrankung fehlen Badmintonstar Lee Chong Wei die nötigen Weltranglistenpunkte für eine.

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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.

Lee won three titles out of six finals in In the Malaysia Open, Lee fought back from 13—20 down in the rubber match and scored eight match points against Lin Dan , and finally won the game with a score of 23—21 to secure the title.

The match was also marred by two controversial line calls that were not in favour of Lee. During the season, Lee failed to reach the final of the Malaysia Open for the first time in five years.

He also suffered an early exit in five competitions afterward. 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 also managed to reach the final of the China Open and Hong Kong Open , despite his knee injury haunting him on both occasions.

Lee kicked off with success, capturing his fourth Malaysia Open title in five years. In the semi-final he defeated Lin Dan to give Malaysia a 1—0 lead in its clash with defending champion China , but Malaysia eventually lost 2—3 due to the defeat of its first doubles team in the vital final match.

In the Olympic Games, Lee was given a bye in the first round. Lee participated in several tournaments after the Olympic Games without capturing a title.

Lee ended his last Super Series tournament of the year, the Hong Kong Open , with a sudden withdrawal due to a knee injury, conceding a walkover to Germany's Marc Zwiebler.

Despite Lee's difficulties in international play, he recorded his seventh consecutive victory at the National Badminton Grand Prix Final in Kedah on 12 December , thus breaking the record of six consecutive titles set by Misbun Sidek.

However, Lin Dan and China's other top players did not compete, their association citing injuries and fatigue. Lee Chong Wei started the season with his fifth Malaysia Open title.

Lee kicked off the second half of the season with defeat by Sony Dwi Kuncoro in the world meets , [65] but went on to win the Macau Open in August.

He only managed to reach the second round of the Open, [68] before winning the Hong Kong Open in November. Lee started the year with the title in all events he took part, his first treble in the Super Series titles.

He gained his first ever Korea Open crown, sixth Malaysia Open , [72] and defeated Kenichi Tago to win the oldest and prestigious badminton championship in the world, the All England Open , his first since he took part in Lee participated in the Thomas Cup in his home ground.

He managed to defeat Kenichi Tago and take the first point, despite Malaysia's eventual loss 2—3 to Japan.

In June, Lee participated in the Singapore Open losing in the quarter-finals. In October, he helped Malaysia to beat India to defend the gold medal at the Commonwealth Games mixed team event , then he successfully defended his gold medal once again in the singles event a few days later.

Despite beating reigning World Champion Chen Jin in the semi-final, Lee once again tasted defeat at the hands of his rival, Lin Dan, in the final.

Lee's hopes of becoming the first Malaysian to win gold in the World Championships were dashed after defeat by Lin Dan in the final.

Lee led for most of the match but lost two important match points in the rubber game. In a repeat of the previous year's final, he avenged his loss to Lin Dan by defeating him in three sets.

In March, Lee lost in the All England Open when he bowed out in the second game after receiving medical help on three occasions. This also dashed Lee's hopes of becoming the first man to win three successive All England Open titles.

Lee returned to the court for the first time after recovering from his injury to play in the London Olympic Games.

Lee led the match after winning the first game but Lin brought it to the rubber games. 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.

Lee took the Korea Open title for the third time. Lee said he was disappointed with his performance during the tournament, despite marching into the final.

He suffered leg cramps late into the third game. After attempting to continue, he had to retire and was subsequently stretchered to hospital.

First, he took the Japan Open title for the fourth time. Lee won a record fourth Masters Finals title, the season ending Super Series tournament.

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, his form improved and he won his third All England Open and India Open titles, [] [] although he was beaten by Simon Santoso in final of the Singapore Open.

Malaysia reached the finals, but lost to Japan with a score of 3—2. In June, he won the Japan Open for the third consecutive year and fifth time overall.

Due to a serious hamstring injury, Lee withdrew from the Commonwealth Games in July, also ending his hopes of being the first men's singles shuttler to win 3 back-to-back gold medals at the games.

Lee resumed play in August where he finished second for the third time at the World Championships , losing to Chen Long of China in straight sets.

In October , local media reported that the Badminton Association of Malaysia confirmed that one of the nation's top shuttlers tested positive for dexamethasone after urine samples were taken during the World Championships in late August.

Dexamethasone is not a performance-enhancing drug but a commonly administered anti-inflammatory corticosteroid that is not illegal when used off-season for injury rehabilitation, but deemed illegal if discovered in an athlete's body during competition.

On 5 November , Lee flew to Norway to witness the testing of his "B" sample at the Oslo University Hospital after the "A" sample had already tested positive in October.

He declined to identify the player but confirmed to The Associated Press that it was Lee. On 11 November , the Badminton World Federation confirmed that Lee was temporarily suspended from competing due to an apparent anti-doping regulation violation.

On 27 April , it was announced that Lee had been handed a backdated eight-month ban for his anti-doping rule violation. The panel was convinced that Lee had no intent to cheat and allowed him to resume his career by 1 May Lee was stripped of his silver medal from the World Championships but allowed to keep his two bronze medals from the Asian Games.

The Sudirman Cup was Lee's first tournament after serving the eight-month suspension for a doping violation. He went on to win all three matches he played in the tournament.

After the World Championships, Lee endured three early round exits. First, in the second round of the Japan Open , [] followed by the qualifying rounds of the Korea Open , [] and then in the second round of Denmark Open.

After three early round losses, Lee bounced back to win the French Open , [] followed by his first ever China Open title, thus making him the first ever men's singles shuttler to have won all Super Series titles.

In January, Lee won his fifth Malaysia Masters title. In September, Lee won his sixth Japan Open title. He started season with his fourth win in All England Open.

In May, Lee won all the matches he contested during the Sudirman Cup. In September, he lost in his th career final, the Japan Open. He ended the year with lost in the final of Super Series Finals.

Lee won his fifth Commonwealth Games gold medal in April, [] and settled for silver in the mixed team event.

He failed to win any World Tour titles in first half of the year. He bowed out in the first round of Malaysia Masters , a tournament which he claimed he did not intend to participate in, [] third round of All England Open , [] and semi-finals of Badminton Asia Championships.

Malaysia reached the semi-finals and quarter-finals in the respective events. In July , Lee extended his own record at the Malaysia Open , taking a 12th title in his 14th final, [] and reached the semi-finals of the Indonesia Open.

His participation in these two tournaments was in doubt even before the announcement after media reported that he was absent from the training.

On 13 June , Lee announced his retirement after almost a year since he was diagnosed with nose cancer and failed to return to competition despite dropping several hints that he would make a return in early This ended his year-long international badminton career.

The retirement came under his doctor's advice to avoid high-intensity training to avoid a relapse of his cancer.

Members of the media and players alike paid tribute to him after the announcement. Below is the list of awards won by Lee.

Lee also won the lifetime athlete award in In December , the first trailer for his biopic movie was released.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Malaysian badminton player. Not to be confused with Lee Chung-wei. For the biopic which is based on this person, see Lee Chong Wei film.

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Commonwealth Games 3. Srikanth Kidambi. Viktor Axelsen. Hong Kong Open 5. Chen Long. Lin Dan. All England Open 4. Shi Yuqi.

Japan Open 6. Olympic Games. Indonesia Open 6. Asia Championships 2. Malaysia Open Malaysia Masters 5.

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