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Biography of Lee Chong Wei


Full Name: Lee Chong Wei
Alias: No Alias
Christianity
Place of Birth: Georgetown, Penang, Malaysia Date of Birth: Thursday, October 21, 1982
Zodiac: Balance
Citizen: Malaysia
Relation: -
Biography of Lee Chong Wei
Lee Chong Wei is a men's singles professional badminton player from Malaysia.  Lee, who won a silver medal at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, earned him the title 'Datuk' for being considered a national hero of Malaysia, where Malaysia has not won a medal since the 2006 Olympics.

 Little Lee liked basketball, but because of his mother's concern for prohibiting Lee from doing activities outside the home, Lee switched to practicing badminton at the age of 11. Lee then caught the attention of a coach named Misbun Sidek.  After receiving the blessing of his parents, Lee began to pursue badminton even more seriously.

 The former lover of the Malaysian women's singles badminton player, Wong Mew Choo, held the unbeaten streak in all tournaments for three years, from 2004 to 2006 and another victory in 2008. He has also beaten world champions Lin Dan and Taufik Hidayat.  Lee had an accident in late 2006 which saw him undergo six stitches on his injured head.

 Lee was named the best men's singles badminton player in the world by the BWF for the third time in a row.  Although Lee's achievement in 2011 declined because he could only win six first titles, he was still able to show his consistency.  Lee had coded that there was a possibility that he would retire from badminton in the 2012 season.

 Achievement Award:

  •  2011, first prize at the French Open
  •  2011, Champion 2 in Denmark Open
  •  2011, Champion 2 in the Japan Open
  •  2011, Champion 2 at World Championships
  •  2011, first prize at the Indonesia Open
  •  2011, first prize at the Malaysia Open Grand Prix Gold -2011, first prize at the India Open
  •  2011, first prize at the All England Open
  •  2011, Champion 2 in Korea Open
  •  2011, first prize at the Malaysia Open
  •  2010, first prize in the Super Series Masters Finals
  •  2010, first prize at the Hong Kong Open
  •  2010, Champion 2 at the Asian Games
  •  2010, the first winner in the Commonwealth Game
  •  2010, first prize at the Japan Open
  •  2010, first prize at the Macau Open
  •  2010, the first winner at the Malaysia Open Grand Prix Gold
  •  2010, first prize at the Indonesia Open
  •  2010, first prize at the All England Open
  •  2010, first prize at the Malaysia Open
  •  2010, first prize at the Korea Open
  •  2009, first prize in the Super Series Masters Finals
  •  2009, first prize at the Hong Kong Open
  •  2009, first prize at the Macau Open
  •  2009, first prize at the Malaysia Open Grand Prix Gold
  •  2009, first prize at the Indonesia Open
  •  2009, first prize at the Swiss Open
  •  2009, Champion 2 at the All England Open
  •  2009, Champion 2 at Korea Open
  •  2009, first prize at the Malaysia Open
  •  2008, first prize in the Super Series Masters Finals
  •  2008, Champion 2 in China Open
  •  2008, Champion 2 in Macau Open
  •  2008, Champion 2 at the Japan Open
  •  2008, Champion 2 in the Olympic Games
  •  2008, first prize at the Singapore Open
  •  2008, Champion 2 at the Swiss Open
  •  2008, first prize at the Malaysia Open
  •  2007, Champion 2 at Hong Kong Open
  •  2007, Champion 2 in China Open
  •  2007, first prize at the French Open
  •  2007, first prize at the Japan Open
  •  2007, first prize in the Philippines Open
  •  2007, first prize at the Indonesia Open
  •  2006, Champion 2 in Hong Kong Open
  •  2006, Champion 2 at Macau Open
  •  2006, Champion 2 at the Chinese Taipei Open
  •  2006, first prize at the Malaysia Open
  •  2006, first prize at the Asian Badminton Championships
  •  2006, first prize at the Commonwealth Games
  •  2006, first prize at the Swiss Open
  •  2005, first prize at the Denmark Open
  •  2005, first prize at the Malaysia Open
  •  2004, first prize at the Chinese Taipei Open
  •  2004, Champion 2 at the Singapore Open
  •  2004, first prize at the Malaysia Open
  •  2003, first prize in the Malaysia Satellite
  •  2003, Champion 2 in the Asian Satellite
  •  2003, Champion 2 in the Malaysia Open


 Appreciation:

  •  Became a National Sportsman 2005
  •  Become a Penang Sportsman 2005
  •  Become a Penang Sportsman 2007
  •  Became Malaysia's Male Olympian 2008
  •  Became a National Sportsman 2008
  •  Received the Sportswriters Association of Malaysia 2008 award
  •  Became a Penang Sportsman 2008
  •  Become a Penang Sportsman 2009

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