During the 80s ,Han Aiping dominated international women’s singles of badminton and was recognized for her amazing overhead strokes. She has earned her place in the Badminton Hall of Fame in 1998.
He achieved the title of European Championships five times and won three gold medals at the European Team Championships. He achieved four bronze in World Championships from 1999 Copenhagen World Championships till 2011 London World Championships.
Li Lingwei became an elected member of the International Olympic Committee in July 2012. She along with her doubles partner Han Aiping dominated international women’s doubles events and won the IBF World doubles title in 1985.
Danish badminton star Morten Frost Hansen spent twelve years in the top three spots of the world rankings. He was awarded the silver twice in World Championships in 1985 and 1987.
Former Indonesian badminton legend Rudy Hartono on the title of 2nd IBF World Championships in 1980 in Jakarta in just a single attempt. His other achievements include four gold medals and two silver medals in Thomas Cups.
Malaysian-Chinese badminton star Lee Chong Wei is the only player from Malaysia to hold the world’s number one spot for more than a year. He received the Penang Sportsman Award six times till now.
He represented his homeland Indonesia from 1992 to 2001 and has currently represented and coached the United States team since 2001. Gunawan also achieved the titles of US Open, Taipei Open, Puerto Rico Open, and SCBA Classic in mixed doubles.
This Chinese female badminton legend is noted for her forecourt prowess, who has achieved achieved 2 gold, a silver, and a bronze medal in the 2000 and 2004 Olympic Games.
Taufik Hidayat has achieved 27 international titles until his retirement. He won gold, silver, and two bronze medal in World Championships. In addition, he also won 3 gold, silver, and two bronze medals in Asian Games.
Named as the “Super Dan” by his fans, the Chinese Badminton legend became the only player to complete the “Super Grand Slam” by the age of 28. He won 5 gold and 2 bronze medals in Thomas Cup, 3 gold medals in Asian Championships.