South Korean badminton Olympic gold medallist and former world doubles number one, Lee Yong-dae, appeared in HSBC Life’s City Badminton event earlier this month in West Kowloon. Photo: Jonathan Wong

How Olympic badminton star got his mojo back and hit the gym in quest for Games swan song

  • South Korean Lee Yong-dae, a gold medallist at 2008 Games and a former world No 1, retired with burnout in 2016 – but now he’s back
  • The 30-year-old tells us about being a gym rat and using visualisation to defeat opponents as he seeks more Olympic glory
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South Korean badminton Olympic gold medallist and former world doubles number one, Lee Yong-dae, appeared in HSBC Life’s City Badminton event earlier this month in West Kowloon. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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