Former world number one Lee Chong Wei is focused on Olympic gold, after revealing he’s in remission from nose cancer.
The three-time Olympic silver medallist hopes to go back to coaching subsequent month.
Malaysian Lee, 36, is aiming for a aggressive comeback on the All England Open in March.
“This is my dream. But health is most important. I just try my very best because I love my country and I love badminton.”
Lee was once identified with early-stage nose cancer, forcing him to withdraw from the Asian Games in Indonesia and World Championships in China.
“I finished all my treatment and have recovered very well,” he mentioned in Kuala Lumpur, his first public look since saying the prognosis in September.
“I wish to come again to court docket. I’m really not retiring. This is a time this is very tricky for me.
Lee, who’s 8th in the world ratings, returned from remedy in Taiwan ultimate month, including it was once his “dream” to play in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, which might be his 5th Summer Games.
In April 2015, Lee was once given a backdated eight-month ban for doping through the Badminton World Federation after trying out certain for the anti inflammatory drug dexamethasone right through the 2014 World Championships.