馬來西亞的故鄉情。中國的中華情。臺灣的本土情

2012倫敦奧林匹克男子單打羽球賽-李宗偉進入決賽 2012 London Olympic Badminton – Lee Chong Wei Final !


Birth date and place
Age
21/10/1982 – PERAK
29
Height
Weight
Gender
170 cm / 5’7″
60 kg / 132 lbs
M

 

Olympic Games
2 Singles 2008 Beijing, CHN
Last 16 Singles 2004 Athens, GRE
World Championships
2 Singles 2011 London, GBR
3 Singles 2005 Anaheim, CA, USA
Quarterfinal Singles 2010 Paris, FRA
Quarterfinal Singles 2009 Hyderabad, IND
Asian Games
2 Singles 2010 Guangzhou, CHN
OSIM BWF Super Series
1 Singles 2012 Yonex-Sunrise Malaysia Open GP Gold, MAS
1 Singles 2012 VICTOR Korea Open Super Series Premier, KOR
1 Singles 2011 Yonex French Super Series, FRA
1 Singles 2011 Bankaltim Indonesia Open Grand Prix Gold, INA
1 Singles 2011 Yonex Sunrise Syed Modi Memorial India Open Grand , IND
1 Singles 2011 Yonex All England Super Series, GBR
1 Singles 2011 Yonex-Sunrise Malaysia Open Grand Prix Gold, MAS
1 Singles 2010 Yonex Sunrise Hong Kong Super Series, CHN
1 Singles 2010 Yonex Japan Super Series, JPN
1 Singles 2010 Indonesia Grand Prix Gold, INA
1 Singles 2010 Yonex All England Super Series, GBR
1 Singles 2010 Yonex-Sunrise Malaysia Open, MAS
1 Singles 2010 VICTOR Korea Open Grand Prix, KOR
1 Singles 2009 Yonex Sunrise Hong Kong Super Series, CHN
1 Singles 2009 Djarum Indonesia Super Series, INA
1 Singles 2009 Wilson Swiss Super Series, SUI
1 Singles 2009 Yonex-Sunrise Malaysia Open, MAS
2 Singles 2012 Yonex Sunrise India Open Super Series, IND
2 Singles 2012 Yonex All England Super Series, GBR
2 Singles 2011 Yonex Denmark Open Super Series, DEN
2 Singles 2011 Yonex Japan Super Series, JPN
2 Singles 2011 HWASUN VICTOR Korea Grand Prix Gold, KOR
2 Singles 2009 Yonex All England Super Series, GBR
2 Singles 2009 YONEX Korea Super Series, KOR
2 Singles 2008 Li Ning China Open Super Series, CHN
2 Singles 2008 Yonex Japan Super Series, JPN
3 Singles 2011 Li Ning China Open Super Series, CHN
3 Singles 2011 Yonex Sunrise Hong Kong Super Series, CHN
3 Singles 2009 Li Ning China Masters Super Series, CHN
3 Singles 2008 French Super Series, FRA
World Grand Prix
1 Singles 2012 Yonex-Sunrise Malaysia Open GP Gold, MAS
1 Singles 2011 Yonex-Sunrise Malaysia Open Grand Prix Gold, MAS
1 Singles 2010 Yonex Sunrise Hong Kong Super Series, CHN
1 Singles 2010 Yonex Japan Super Series, JPN
1 Singles 2010 Kumpoo Macau Open, CHN
1 Singles 2010 Yonex-Sunrise Malaysia Open, MAS
1 Singles 2010 Indonesia Grand Prix Gold, INA
1 Singles 2010 Yonex All England Super Series, GBR
1 Singles 2010 Yonex-Sunrise Malaysia Open, MAS
1 Singles 2010 VICTOR Korea Open Grand Prix, KOR
1 Singles 2009 Yonex Sunrise Hong Kong Super Series, CHN
1 Singles 2009 Macau Grand Prix Gold, CHN
1 Singles 2009 Yonex-Sunrise Malaysia Open, MAS
1 Singles 2009 Djarum Indonesia Super Series, INA
1 Singles 2009 Wilson Swiss Super Series, SUI
1 Singles 2009 Yonex-Sunrise Malaysia Open, MAS
2 Singles 2009 Yonex All England Super Series, GBR
2 Singles 2009 YONEX Korea Super Series, KOR
2 Singles 2008 Li Ning China Open Super Series, CHN
2 Singles 2008 Macau Grand Prix Gold, CHN
2 Singles 2008 Yonex Japan Super Series, JPN
3 Singles 2009 Li Ning China Masters Super Series, CHN
3 Singles 2008 French Super Series, FRA
Thomas & Uber Cup
3 Team 2010 Kuala Lumpur, MAS
5 Team 2012 Wuhan, CHN
Li Ning Sudirman Cup
3 Team 2009 Guangzhou, CHN

 

Occupation

Athlete

Language(s) spoken

English, Malay, Chinese

Coach

Tey Seu Bock, Rashid Sidek (thestar.com.my, 09 Jan 2012)

Handedness

Right (Melbourne, 2006)

Debut

1999 (badminton-information.com, 31 Jul 2008)

Injuries

In March 2012 he suffered a shoulder injury. (timesofindia.com, 30 Apr 2012)

He withdrew from the 2011 Macau Open because of physical and mental exhaustion. (nst.com.my, 01 Dec 2011)

He suffered ankle pain during the gold medal final at the 2010 Commonwealth Games in New Delhi. (dnaindia.com, 19 Oct 2010)

He suffered knee pains while playing in the 2007 Danish and French Opens and required light training for two weeks following the tournaments. (thestar.com.my, 20 Nov 2007)

In November 2006 he needed six stitches for a head injury sustained when an out of control car struck him from behind. (Gulf Times, 06 Nov 2006)

Additional information

Start of sporting career
He took up badminton at age 11, when his father took him to a local badminton hall. (Sport366.com, 13 Dec 2008)

Reason for taking up this sport
In his early years, he favoured basketball, but his mother wasn’t keen because of the extreme heat of the outdoor basketball court. Instead his father introduced him to badminton and he soon attracted the attention of a local coach who wanted to take him on as a student. With his father’s permission he began to train with the coach after school. (Sport366.com, 13 Dec 2008)

Ambitions
To win a gold medal at the 2012 Olympic Games in London, and to retire at the peak of his career having won all of the sport’s major tournaments. (deccanherald.com, 13 Apr 2012; badminton-information.com, 31 Jul 2008)

Hero
Chinese badminton player Sun Jun, because he combined quick reflexes and lightning speed on court. (badminton-information.com, 31 Jul 2008)

Awards
He was appointed as a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador in 2009. (AFP 27 Feb 2009)

In August 2008 he was awarded a Darjah Setia Pangkuan Negeri [DSPN], which carries the title Datuk by Governor of Penang, Tun Abdul Rahman Abbas. (asiaonenews, 20 Aug 2008)

He won Malaysia’s National Sportsman Award in 2005. (Bernama, 5 Apr 2006)

General
MALAYSIA FIRST
At the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing he became the first badminton player from Malaysia to reach the men’s singles final. His silver medal was Malaysia’s first since the 1996 Games in Atlanta. He received RM300,000 as a reward for his efforts as well as a RM3,000 a month pension for the rest of his life. (Daily Express News, 18 Aug 2008, asiaonenews, 20 Aug 2008)

EXPLOSIVENESS
When asked about the best aspect of his game: “I would say that it is the explosiveness that I possess in my game. Like a crouching tiger waiting to pounce on its prey.” (badminton-information.com, 31 Jul 2008)

Previous Olympics

Beijing 2008, Athens 2004

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