Top 3 legendary badminton players in the Badminton World Village

There have been many famous badminton players in the history of the growth of badminton. Who are the legendary tennis players? Taking a peek at the top six badminton players in the badminton world.

Lee Chong Wei

Lee Chong Wei was born on 21 October 1982 as a Malaysian professional single-player badminton player. As an outstanding player, Lee Chong Wei has accomplished remarkable successes and has today become a world-famous badminton player. From August 21, 2008 to June 14, 2012, despite failing to receive a major award, Lee was ranked first in the world for more than 199 weeks and is Malaysia’s only badminton player to hold the No. 1 spot for more than a year. In 1996, Lee Chong Wei realized the Malaysian People’s Medal Dream by entering the men’s singles final of the badminton tournament.

Chen Long

Chen made a name for himself in fishing when he became the 2007 BWF World Junior Championship World Champion in both men’s singles and men’s teammates. He also became Asian champion at the 2007 Asian Badminton Championship. 

Chen Long captured the 2012 Olympic Bronze Medal in London, twice the 2014 and 2015 World Champions. While Chen Long still admires fans behind Lin Dan with his prestigious achievements.

Peter Gade

Peter Gade left his name in the history of the Badminton World Championships at the All England Open in 1999 and five European Championships

From 1998 to 2001, he stood at the top of the world rankings. With a record of 22 Grand Prix winners, he has been one of the most prolific players in the sport. He reclaimed the number one spot in the world rankings on June 22, 2006. This was done after winning the Singapore Open and reaching the quarter-finals of the Malaysian Open. With his rapid strike, pace and relentless intensity, he became the world ‘s legendary tennis player.