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Lee Chong Wei: Former badminton world number one retires after cancer treatment

BBC Sport Thursday, 13 June 2019 ()
Lee Chong Wei: Former badminton world number one retires after cancer treatmentFormer world number one Lee Chong Wei retires from badminton with "no regrets", after struggling to return to full fitness following a cancer diagnosis last year.
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