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Biography of Lee Chong Wei


PERSONAL
  • Full Name: Lee Chong Wei
  • Profession: Athlete
  • Religion: Christian
  • Birth Place: Georgetown, Penang, Malaysia
  • Birth date: Thursday, October 21, 1982
  • Zodiac: Balance
  • Nationality: Malaysia
BIOGRAPHY
Lee Chong Wei
Lee Chong Wei is a professional badminton player from Malaysia's singles. Lee, who managed to get a silver medal at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, it received the title of ' Datuk ' because it is considered a national hero of Malaysia, where Malaysia has never had an Olympic medal since 2006. Lee petty likes basketball, but due to his mother's concern that prohibits Lee to do activities outside the home, then Lee switched to practice badminton at the age of 11.

Lee then attracted the attention of a coach Misbun Sidek named. After obtaining the approval of his parents, Lee was playing badminton badminton more seriously again. Former lover of women's singles badminton player Wong Mew Choo, Malaysia, holds the record undefeated in all tournaments for three years, from 2004 to 2006 and another victory in 2008. He has also defeated world champion Lin Dan and Taufik Hidayat. Lee had had an accident in late 2006 making him undergo surgery six stitches on his head injuries.

Lee was crowned men's singles badminton player in the world by the BWF for the third time in a row. Despite the achievements of Lee in 2011 is declining because only it can snatch the first six titles, but he was still able to show consistency. Lee had a chance to give the code that there is a possibility he will be retiring from the world of badminton at the upcoming seasons.

AWARDS
Achievements:
  • 2011, the first Champion in French Open
  • 2011, champion 2 in Denmark Open
  • 2011, champion 2 in Japan Open
  • 2011, 2nd World Championships Champion
  • 2011, Indonesia's first Open Champion
  • 2011, first prize in the Malaysia Open Grand Prix Gold-2011, India's first Open Champion
  • 2011, the first Champion in the All England Open
  • 2011, champion 2 in Korea Open
  • 2011, Malaysia's first Open Champion
  • 2010, the first Champion in the Super Series Masters Finals
  • 2010, Hong Kong's first Champion of the Open
  • 2010, champion 2 in Asian Games
  • 2010  the first champion at the of Commonwealth Games
  • 2010, first prize at the Japan Open
  • 2010, first in Macau Open Champion
  • 2010, the first Champion in Malaysia Open Grand Prix Gold
  • 2010, the first in Indonesia Open Champion
  • 2010, the first Champion in the All England Open
  • 2010, Malaysia's first Open Champion
  • 2010, first prize in the Korea Open
  • 2009, first prize in the Super Series Masters Finals
  • 2009, first prize in the Hong Kong Open
  • 2009, first prize at the Macau Open
  • 2009, first prize in the Malaysia Open Grand Prix Gold
  • 2009, first prize at the Indonesia Open
  • 2009, Switzerland's first Open Champion
  • 2009, champion 2 in the All England Open
  • 2009, champion 2 in Korea Open
  • 2009, first prize in the Malaysia Open
  • 2008, first place in the Super Series Masters Finals
  • 2008, champion 2 in China Open
  • 2008, champion 2 in Macau Open
  • 2008 Champion, 2nd in the Japan Open
  • 2008, champion 2 at Olympic Games
  • 2008, first prize at the Singapore Open
  • 2008, champion 2 in Switzerland Open
  • 2008, Malaysia's first Open Champion
  • 2007, Hong Kong's champion 2 Open
  • 2007, 2nd at China Open Champion
  • 2007, the first Champion in French Open
  • 2007, first prize at the Japan Open
  • 2007, first prize in the Philippines Open
  • 2007, first prize at the Indonesia Open
  • 2006, Hong Kong's champion 2 Open
  • 2006, 2nd in Macau Open Champion
  • 2006, winner of 2 in the Chinese Taipei Open
  • 2006, first prize in the Malaysia Open
  • 2006, first prize at the Asian Badminton Championships
  • 2006, first prize at the Commonwealth Games
  • 2006, Switzerland's first Open Champion
  • 2005, first prize in the Denmark Open
  • 2005, first prize in the Malaysia Open
  • 2004, first prize at the Chinese Taipei Open
  • 2004, champion 2 in Singapore Open
  • 2004, first place in the Malaysia Open
  • 2003, Malaysia's first Satellite Winner
  • 2003, champion 2 in Asian Satellite
  • 2003, champion 2 in Malaysia Open
Awards:
  • Become a National Sportsman 2005
  • A Penang Sportsman 2005
  • A Penang Sportsman 2007
  • Become Malaysia's Male Olympian 2008
  • Become a National Sportsman 2008
  • Awarded the Sportswriters Association of Malaysia 2008
  • A Penang Sportsman 2008
  • A Penang Sportsman 2009

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