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About Lee Chong Wei

Datuk Lee Chong Wei (born in Georgetown, Penang; October 21, 1982) is a professional badminton player from Malaysia.

Lee is a silver medalist in both the 2012 and 2008 Olympic Games, becoming the first Malaysian to reach the final of the men's singles event and ending Malaysia's Olympic medal drought since 1996.

As a singles player, Lee was ranked first worldwide on August 21, 2008. He is the third Malaysian men's singles shuttler after Rashid Sidek and Roslin Hashim to achieve such a ranking (since official rankings were first kept in the 1980s), and is the only Malaysian shuttler to hold the ranking for more than two weeks.

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Recent Achievements

Year Tournament Achievement
2012 Olympic Games Runners-up
2012 Malaysia Open Grand Prix Winner
2012 India Open Runners-up
2012 All-England Open Runners-up
2012 Malaysia Open Winner
2012 Korea Open Winner
2011 French Open Winner
2011 Denmark Open Runners-up
2011 Japan Open Runners-up
2011 World Championships Runners-up
2011 Indonesia Open Winner
2011 Malaysia Open Grand Prix Gold Winner
2011 India Open Winner
2011 All-England Open Winner
2011 Malaysia Open Winner
2011 Korea Open Winner
2010 Asian Games Guangzhou Runners-up
2010 Commonwealth Games India Winner
2010 Japan Open Super Series Winner
2010 BWF World Championships Quarter-Finalist
2010 Macau Open GP Gold Winner
2010 Malaysia Open GP Gold Winner
2010 Indonesia Super Series Winner
2010 Singapore Open Super Series Quarter-Finalist
2010 All England Super Series Winner
2010 Malaysia Open Super Series Winner
2010 Korea Super Series Winner

Latest News on Lee Chong Wei

2 Days Ago:


The Star Online

Badminton: Chong Wei and Misbun getting good vibes ahead of ...
The Star Online
We feel good: National badminton singles head coach Datuk Misbun Sidek hugging Lee Chong Wei when the former reported for duty at the Academy ...
World Badminton Championships 2017: Can Lee Chong Wei end Lin Dan hoodoo as epic rivalry nears conclusionFirstpost

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A Few Days Ago:


The Star Online

Norza: All shuttlers must step it up to end Malaysia's drought
The Star Online
Aim for the sky: BAM president Datuk Seri Norza Zakaria sharing a light moment with Lee Chong Wei (left) and other national shuttlers taking part in the World Championships and the SEA Games at the Malaysian Badminton Academy in Kuala Lumpur.

Last Week:


The Star Online

Chong Wei undaunted by Chinese shuttlers in world meet
The Star Online
“In the World Championships, there's no such thing as a favourable draw because there are four Chinese players in the competition and you will somehow face them at some point,” said Chong Wei. “From the draw, everyone's like 'oh, tough luck, he'll meet ...
Lee should focus on getting over doubts, says MisbunDaily Express
Chong Wei ready to take on anyoneMalay Mail Online
World Badminton Championships 2017: B Sai Praneeth dubs 'Big Three' title contenders despite own successFirstpost

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Last Week:


South China Morning Post

Will there be another blockbuster final between arch-rivals Lee Chong Wei and Lin Dan at the world championships?
South China Morning Post
One of the world's great sporting rivalries could resume at this month's world badminton championships in Glasgow – but Malaysian ace Lee Chong Wei and Chinese arch-nemesis Lin Dan would have to be at their best to set up another blockbuster final.
Chong Wei ready to scale 'great wall' of Chinese shuttlers in bid for elusive world crownThe Star Online
Possible q-final clash between Chong Wei and Chen Long in GlasgowNew Straits Times Online
Misbun: Chong Wei should focus on easing doubtsThe Sun Daily
malaysiandigest.com -Xinhua
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2 Weeks Ago:


The Star Online

Chong Wei feasting on mother's cooking to stay in shape
The Star Online
2 men's singles shuttler Lee Chong Wei has been feasting on as he enters the final stage of preparation for the World Championships in Glasgow, Scotland, from Aug 21-27. Chong Wei's 63-year-old mother – Khor Kim Choi – has been preparing his meals to ...

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3 Weeks Ago:


New Straits Times Online

Jun Hao is the next Lee Chong Wei?
New Straits Times Online
Leong Jun Hao is the 2017 Asian boys' singles champion. On Sunday, the 18-year-old shuttler landed his biggest major title so far when he saw off China's Bai Yupeng 21-6, 20-22, 21-17 in the final of the Badminton Asia Junior Championships in Jakarta, ...

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23 Days Ago:


The Star Online

Children meet Lee Chong Wei at launch of his badminton academy
The Star Online
The children could not contain their excitement the moment the emcee announced the arrival of Chong Wei. He was there for the launch of the Lee Chong Wei badminton academy. Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) president Datuk Seri Norza Zakaria ...

23 Days Ago:


The Star Online

Chong Wei questions need to send Jin Wei for so many meets
The Star Online
KUALA LUMPUR: National men's singles ace Lee Chong Wei has voiced his concern over the handling of women's singles shuttler Goh Jin Wei. He is particularly irked by the way the 17-year-old Jin Wei has been “overworked”. It has been a busy time for Jin ...

27 Days Ago:


The Star Online

Chong Wei: I'll fight till the end
The Star Online
IPOH: National shuttler Lee Chong Wei has welcomed Youth and Sports Minister Khairy Jamaluddin's challenge for him to become the country's next world champion. Chong Wei is down to compete at the World Badminton Championships in Glasgow, ...
Great fanfare at Chong Wei academyMalay Mail Online

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A Month Ago:


The Star Online

Khairy challenges Chong Wei to nail the coveted world title
The Star Online
KUALA LUMPUR: The time has come for Lee Chong Wei to deliver the goods at the World Badminton Championships in Glasgow, Scotland, from Aug 21-27. That is the message from Youth and Sports Minister Khairy Jamaluddin, who is hoping to see more ...

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