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Topic: Sudirman Cup

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SHANGHAI: A gutsy young Malaysian side missing ailing legend Lee Chong Wei recovered from 2-1 down to beat India 3-2 and all but qualify for badminton's Sudirman Cup quarter-finals on Tuesday (May 21...
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SHANGHAI (AFP) - A gutsy young Malaysian side missing ailing legend Lee Chong Wei recovered from 2-1 down to beat India 3-2 on Tuesday (May 21) and all but qualify for badminton's Sudirman Cup quarter...
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KUALA LUMPUR (AFP) - Badminton star Lee Chong Wei will miss the World Championships in August after falling down the rankings following a prolonged absence due to cancer, an official said on Wednesday...
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KUALA LUMPUR • Malaysia's badminton king Lee Chong Wei, under treatment for nose cancer, has withdrawn from next month's Sudirman Cup in China after doctors advised him against "exerting himself", a...
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SHAH ALAM: More than 10,000 people took part in the Selangor-level Fit Malaysia 2019 programme at Dataran Kemerdekaan, here today.
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The Youth and Sports Ministry will give full support to Lee Chong Wei while the top national shuttler is in the process of recovering his health.Youth and Sports Minister Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman...
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Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) president Datuk Seri Norza Zakaria has confirmed that national men's singles ace Datuk Lee Chong Wei will not be making his comeback at the Celcom Axiata Malays...
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KUALA LUMPUR • Lee Chong Wei is likely to miss next month's Malaysia Open and delay his comeback from nose cancer for a second time, an official said yesterday, as the badminton great struggles to m...
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KUALA LUMPUR: Lee Chong Wei is likely to miss next month's Malaysia Open and delay his comeback from nose cancer for a second time, an official said Thursday (Mar 14), as the badminton great struggle...
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KUALA LUMPUR (AFP) - Lee Chong Wei is likely to miss next month's Malaysia Open and delay his comeback from nose cancer for a second time, an official said on Thursday (March 14), as the badminton gre...