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D-Day for Chong Wei

Rajes Paul

10-Apr-15 08:35

D-Day for Chong Wei

Tomorrow is the day when Datuk Lee Chong Wei will finally have his case heard before the Badminton World Federation panel. This follows a failed doping test at the World Championship in Copenhagen last year, in which traces of Dexamethasone was found in his urine sample. That saw the former world number one provisionally suspended from his badminton career since November. We give you a chronology of events in the run-up to tomorrow's trial and explore possible scenarios. 

Audrey Raj, Shawn Tanis and Sherilyn Goh contributed to this report.


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