The 35-year-old three-time Olympic silver medalist has been reacting well to treatment he is as of now accepting in Taiwan for his respiratory related disorder. The Badminton Affiliation of Malaysia (BAM) coaching and preparing committee chairman Datuk Ng Chin Chai said Chong Wei has been always overhauling his treatment advance and is recovering.
The national badminton group is trusting to welcome national singles pro-Lee Chong Wei back to preparing some time recently the year ends. “We all know Chong Wei may be a fighter. He had been down a number of times but he continuously gets back to his feet without fail.”
“Chong Wei upgrades us on his treatment and he’s upbeat with his progress,” said Chin Chai. “He has educated us that his treatment will proceed for another month. “We are steady of Chong Wei. We trust he will come out of this treatment and return to preparing before long, and back to competition.
Chong Wei incapacitated final month and had to miss the World Championships in Nanjing, in China, and the Asian Recreations in Indonesia. Prior to that, Chong Wei had been on fire when he crushed the recently-crowned world winner Kento Momota of Japan on course to his 12th Malaysian Open title and come to the semi-finals of the Indonesian Open.