My destiny shapers : https://www.thestar.com.my/sport/badminton/2019/12/28/my-destiny-shapers ======================================== The three-time Olympic silver medallist made a special shout-out to eight coaches namely Datuk Misbun Sidek, Teh Peng Huat, the late Indra Gunawan, Li Mao, Rashid Sidek, Morten Frost, Datuk Tey Seu Bock and Hendrawan. Chong Wei recalled how the tough training regime he was put through had turned him into a world-beater. “Without them, I wouldn’t have had the chance to play for my country. They were tough in training, very tough until there were some days my mind went blank due to over exerting myself, ” he said. “There were moments I vomited on the court. Hundreds of times I went home with cramps. Never did I complain as I knew they could have been easy with me, took their pay cheque easily and continued with their lives. They were tough and strict as they want to bring the best out of me. “Will always be grateful for what they have done for me. “Just like the Chinese saying ‘One day as your teacher, a lifetime as your father’. Thank you coach!” In Genting today, Chong Wei is set to make his public appearance for the first time, albeit a short one, for an exhibition match. The Grand Match also features 2018 Asian Games singles gold medallist Jonatan Christie of Indonesia; the 2016 Rio Olympic Games mixed doubles silver medallists Chan Peng Soon-Goh Liu Ying, the 2016 Malaysian Masters finalist Iskandar Zulkarnain Zainuddin and former doubles star Woon Khe Wei. ==================================================== The strict coaches, very tough regime training had played the key role for Lee CW success story.