Fan page for Malaysia's #1 badminton player


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


It's tough to play at home, says Zulfadli after defeat
The Star Online
1 Lee) Chong Wei has managed to handle the pressure all these years. I've nothing but respect for him,” he added. The 34-year-old Chong Wei has won a record 16 international titles at home, winning the second-tier Malaysian Masters five times (2009 ...


The Borneo Post

Chong Wei Feng keeps up Malaysia's hope for singles title ...
The Borneo Post
The Malaysia mixed doubles pair of Tan Kian Meng-Lai Pei Jing en route to the last 16. SIBU: Two mixed doubles pairs, two women's doubles pairs and two ...

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A Few Days Ago:

International Business Times, Singapore Edition

Lee Chong Wei opens up on retirement, his successor in Malaysia
International Business Times, Singapore Edition
Datuk Lee Chong Wei revealed he still has a few years of badminton left in him and that he might even consider staying with the Malaysian team as a non-playing member post his retirement. The world number one Malaysian shuttler will be eyeing for the ...
Chong Wei considering national squad role post-retirementFree Malaysia Today
Khairy: Respect Chong Wei, Nicol's decision to retire when the time comesThe Star Online
Khairy: Lee Chong Wei & Nicol David can retire if they want

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Last Week:

The Star Online

The World awaits ... as Chong Wei's 2020 Olympics question will be answered this year
The Star Online
KUALA LUMPUR: This year's badminton World Championships could hold the answer to the often-asked question: Will Lee Chong Wei continue playing until the 2020 Tokyo Olympics? Win it, and he is likely to play on, says his coach Hendrawan. “Chong ...

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Last Week:

The Rakyat Post

Lee Chong Wei's retirement decision after world championship in ...
The Rakyat Post
The outcome of the World Championships in Glasgow, Scotland from Aug 21 to 27, is expected to serve as a decisive factor to the determine the future of Datuk ...

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10 Days Ago:

In dire straits - Badminton | The Star Online
The Star Online
KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian men's singles department is in a critical situation.

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11 Days Ago:

Chong Wei makes positive debut in Petaling's loss
The Star Online
Said Chong Wei: “It was a good workout. It was fun playing with Yunlei and we combined really well. Maybe I should consider playing more mixed doubles (in the Purple League) in future.” Chong Wei is no stranger to the mixed doubles, having partnered ...

12 Days Ago:

Lee Chong Wei eyes last world title before retirement
The Rakyat Post
World number one Datuk Lee Chong Wei is eyeing the Badminton World Championships title in Glasgow, Scotland in August before retiring. The national champion said 2017 was the final year for him to realise the dream of winning the championship which ...

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2 Weeks Ago:

"I have never thought about becoming world No 1 or a national hero. I only wanted to give my best and I have no ...
He also talks about the remarkable feat of sustaining his career for 16 years, his relationship on-court with his Olympic nemesis Lin Dan and the ardous climb back to No. 1 spot from 180th place after his doping ban. Chong Wei together with his wife ...

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16 Days Ago:

The Star Online

Lee Chong Wei: Do not forget about me when I retire
The Star Online
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian badminton star Lee Chong Wei's (pic) success is a case of persistence, hard work and a never-give-up attitude. At the age of 34, he is already considered a "veteran" in the badminton field, but he does not give up, not even when ...

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