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  • Lin Dan vs Lee Chong Wei in All England last 8

    Today(Mar 2018), Lin Dan vs Lee Chong Wei in All England last 8. This will be their 40th encountered !

    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.

    Source: WIKIPEDIA

    What’s New?
    Chong Wei not too worried over loss to Prannoy – Badminton | The … – The Star Online – 2 Days Ago

    Indonesia Open: HS Prannoy stuns Lee Chong Wei, Kidambi Srikanth shocks Jan O Jorgensen to enter quarters – Zee News – A Few Days Ago

    Live Indonesia SSP, badminton scores and updates: HS Prannoy wins first game against Lee Chong Wei; Srikanth … – Firstpost – A Few Days Ago

    Chong Wei made to sweat in opener – Daily Express – A Few Days Ago

    Indonesia SSP: HS Prannoy blanks Anthony Sinisuka Ginting; faces top seed Lee Chong Wei next – Firstpost – A Few Days Ago

    Chong Wei bullish on Indonesian Open | Sports | Malay Mail Online – Malay Mail Online – Last Week

    Chong Wei warns juniors to be prepared for hard work under Misbun – The Star Online – Last Week

    Is Misbun on the verge of becoming Chong Wei’s coach again … – fourthofficial.com – 10 Days Ago

    Chong Wei can set record as shuttler with most Indonesian Open … – The Star Online – 10 Days Ago

    Once bitten, twice shy – The Star Online – 23 Days Ago

    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

    Chong Wei not too worried over loss to Prannoy
    The Star Online
    That’s how national shuttler Lee Chong Wei (pic) described his shock second-round loss to qualifier H.S. Prannoy of India in the Indonesian Open. The 10-21, 18-21 loss in the US$1mil (RM4.3mil) Superseries at the Jakarta Convention Centre in Jakarta …
    Meet HS Prannoy, the giant-killer who dumped out Lee Chong Wei and Chen Long at Indonesia SSPFirstpost
    Indonesia Open: India’s HS Prannoy beats No 3 Lee Chong WeiTimes of India
    HS Prannoy stuns Lee Chong Wei but Saina Nehwal, PV Sindhu crash outHindustan Times
    The Indian Express -The Hindu
    all 113 news articles »
    A Few Days Ago:

    Zee News

    Indonesia Open: HS Prannoy stuns Lee Chong Wei, Kidambi Srikanth shocks Jan O Jorgensen to enter quarters
    Zee News
    25 Indian, who went into the match with a 0-2 head-to-head record, saw off three-time Olympic silver medallist Lee 21-10 21-18 in a 40-minute men’s singles contest at the Jakarta Convention Center (JCC). “Lee looked ordinary today and I took my chances.

    A Few Days Ago:

    The Indian Express

    Live Indonesia SSP, badminton scores and updates: HS Prannoy wins first game against Lee Chong Wei; Srikanth …
    Firstpost
    It just took 14 minutes for Prannoy to put himself in the driving seat in this pre-quarter-final clash against six-time Indonesia Open champion Lee Chong Wei. Superb drives from the forecourt enabled the Indian shuttler to deceive Lee, who was …
    HS Prannoy defeats World No.1 Lee Chong; Saina Nehwal, PV Sindhu crash out of Indonesia Super SeriesThe Indian Express
    Sindhu bows out of Indonesia Super Series PremierTimes of India
    Watch Indonesia Open badminton 2017 live on TV, OnlineInternational Business Times, India Edition

    all 19 news articles »
    A Few Days Ago:

    Chong Wei made to sweat in opener
    Daily Express
    Kuala Lumpur: Datuk Lee Chong Wei was made to slog before reaching the second round of the Indonesia Open on Wednesday. The 35-year-old struggled to adapt to the conditions on court but quickly found his rhythm to see off Indonesia’s Tommy Sugiarto …

    A Few Days Ago:

    The Indian Express

    Indonesia SSP: HS Prannoy blanks Anthony Sinisuka Ginting; faces top seed Lee Chong Wei next
    Firstpost
    Jakarta: Indian shuttler H S Prannoy advanced to the second round of the men’s singles competition with a straight-game win over local hope Anthony Sinisuka Ginting at the Indonesia Super Series Premier on Wednesday. File image of HS Prannoy. Twitter/ …
    Kidambi Srikanth, HS Prannoy reaches second round of Indonesian OpenThe Indian Express
    HS Prannoy reaches second round of Indonesia OpenSportstarlive
    Kidambi Srikanth, HS Prannoy Enter Second Round of Indonesia OpenNDTVSports.com

    all 16 news articles »
    Last Week:

    Malay Mail Online

    Chong Wei bullish on Indonesian Open | Sports | Malay Mail Online
    Malay Mail Online
    KUALA LUMPUR, June 11 — Lee Chong Wei seems to be in an upbeat mood and this spells trouble for his rivals. The appointment of his sifu, Misbun Sidek, …
    Get ready for Misbun: Chong Wei | New Straits Times | Malaysia …New Straits Times Online

    all 3 news articles »
    Last Week:

    The Star Online

    Chong Wei warns juniors to be prepared for hard work under Misbun
    The Star Online
    KUALA LUMPUR: There’s no short cut in training under new national men’s singles head coach Datuk Misbun Sidek. This is world No. 3 Lee Chong Wei’s (pic) warning to the juniors, having trained under Misbun from 1999-2011. “I’m so happy that my former …
    ‘Chong Wei persuaded me’New Straits Times Online
    Lee Chong Wei confident of Malaysia badminton producing good results under new coach Misbun SidekInternational Business Times, Singapore Edition
    Misbun returns as badminton coach at Chong Wei’s urgingThe Rakyat Post
    Malay Mail Online -The Sun Daily
    all 9 news articles »
    10 Days Ago:

    fourthofficial.com

    Is Misbun on the verge of becoming Chong Wei’s coach again …
    fourthofficial.com
    After six years of separation, Misbun Sidek is on the verge of sealing a return to Badminton Association of Malaysia to specifically become Datuk Lee Chong …
    Misbun is back in BAM as coach | Sports | Malay Mail OnlineMalay Mail Online

    all 5 news articles »
    10 Days Ago:

    The Star Online

    Chong Wei can set record as shuttler with most Indonesian Open …
    The Star Online
    PETALING JAYA: Lee Chong Wei hopes to be in “seventh heaven” at the Indonesian Open in Jakarta next week.
    Indonesia Open: Lee Chong Wei Rooted to Defend TitleTempo.co
    Lee Chong Wei wants to break Ardy Wiranata, Taufik Hidayat’s …International Business Times, Singapore Edition

    all 3 news articles »
    23 Days Ago:

    The Star Online

    Once bitten, twice shy
    The Star Online
    PETALING JAYA: Skipper Lee Chong Wei has issued a rallying cry to the national badminton team to turn the tables on Japan in the quarter-finals of the Sudirman Cup in Gold Coast, Australia. Malaysia had lost 3-2 to Japan in their final Group C tie in …

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  • Final Lin Dan won a significant title again after two years.

    Final Lin Dan won a significant title again after two years.

    But i guess, his chance to olympic still slim. It won’t impress the china olympic council by beating the teammates. In order to be chosen, he needs to beat young players like Momota, Axelsen, Jonathan….

    https://www.thestar.com.my/sport/badminton/2019/04/07/lin-dan-clinches-malaysian-open-crown-ends-two-year-title-drought/

  • Momota easily defeated Lin Dan in quarter final

    Momota easily defeated Lin Dan in quarter final, Japan Open with 21-8, 21-10.

  • The new world champ, Kento Momota ! Congratulation !

    The new world champ, Kento Momota ! Congratulation !
    Momota defeated Shi Yuqi 21-11, 21-13.

  • World Championship Final, tomorrow – Kento Momota vs Shi Yuqi

    World Championship Final, tomorrow – Kento Momota vs Shi Yuqi.
    Shi Yuqi defeated Chen Long and Lin Dan along the way.
    Former champ Axelsen was defeated by Chen Long in quarter final.

  • Lee Chong Wei pulled out of World Championship due to illness

    Lee Chong Wei pulled out of World Championship due to illness.
    Recently, Lee has quite a good run, defeated Momota and Axelsen in Malaysia Open. It is unfortunate that the illness hit at this timing. This might his last chance and best chance to claim the world champ title, but ….. 

  • Lee Chong Wei won The Malaysia Open for the 12th times

    Lee Chong Wei won The Malaysia Open for the 12th times. He defeated Kento Momota in 70 minutes with 21-17, 23-21, and ended Momota’s 21 matched unbeaten run. A sweet won for Lee as on the way of victory, he also beat Axelsen. Lee still has it.

  • A bad week for World Champ Viktor Axelsen

    A bad week for World Champ Viktor Axelsen.
    In Thomas Cup group match, he lost to Lee Chong Wei 9-21, 19-21. In Semi-Final, he lost to Momota 17-21, 21-9.
    He only got 9 points in a game, that was rare, but happened twice in this week.

  • Lin Dan finally won a title for after 13 months

    Last week, Lin Dan finally won a title for after 13 months. He won New Zealand Open after lost in 1st round at Asian Championship. It wasn’t a major event, but a win still a win.
    Lin Dan will play 3rd single in coming Thomas Cup.

  • Asia Championship

    Yesterday, Lee Chong Wei easily defeated world no 1 Srikanth in straight game, 21-15, 21-12.
    Today, Lee lost to Kento Momota in semi final in straight game, 21-19, 21-14.
    Tomorrow Momota will face Chen Long in final.
    Momota, welcome back !

  • Lee Chong Wei have a sweet revenge on new world no 1 Srikanth

    Lee Chong Wei have a sweet revenge on new world no 1 Srikanth. Lee won the Commonwealth Game Man Single Gold defeated Srikanth with 19-21, 21-14, 21-14.
    Lee still has it, despite played three sets the day before, he still managed to beat Srikanth, who is 10 years younger, in an hour long three sets match.

  • Lee Chong Wei lost to Srikanth

    Lee Chong Wei lost to Srikanth, 17-21, 14-21, in Commonwealth Team Event Final. This is Srikanth’s first win over Lee. Malaysia lost to India in Final.

  • There is no more Super-Series Final

    There is no more Super-Series Final, it is replaced by World Tour Finals. The next four year’s World Tour Finals will be held in China.

  • Lin Dan failed to capture his 7th All England Champ

    Lin Dan failed to capture his 7th All England Champ. Shi Yuqi defeated Lin Dan in a 74 minutes match with 21-19, 16-21, 21-9. It is a first major title for Shi, last year he defeated Lin Dan in semi-final but lost to Lee in final.