Lee Chong Wei

This is a list of the main career statistics of Malaysian professional badminton player, Lee Chong Wei . To date, Lee has won sixty three singles titles, including eleven Super Series Premier titles, twenty-eight Super Series titles, and Four Series Super Series titles. He is the first men’s singles player to win at least once in different Super Series Premier titles. He is also a Silver Medalist at the 2008 Summer Olympics , 2012 Summer Olympics and the 2016 Summer Olympics . He is the runner-up at the 2011 BWF World Championships , 2013 BWF World Championships and 2015 BWF World Championships . His achievement as the runner-up at the 2014 BWF World Championships was canceled due to doping violations. Following that matter, he served an 8-month suspension from international competitions.

Finals

Olympic medal matches

Singles: 3 (3 silver)

Outcome year Championship [1] opponent Score
Silver 2008 Beijing  Lin Dan 12-21, 8-21
Silver 2012 London (2)  Lin Dan 21-15, 10-21, 19-21
Silver 2016 Rio De Janeiro (3)  Chen Long 21-18, 21-18

World Championships medal matches

Singles: 4 (3 silver, 1 bronze)

Outcome year Championship opponent Score
Bronze 2005 [2] Anaheim  Taufik Hidayat 3-15, 12-15
Silver 2011 London  Lin Dan 22-20, 14-21, 21-23
Silver 2013 Guangzhou (2)  Lin Dan 21-16, 13-21, 17 r -20
Silver 2015 Jakarta (3)  Chen Long 14-21, 17-21

Asian Games medal matches

Singles: 3 (1 silver, 2 bronze)

Outcome year Championship opponent Score
Bronze 2006 Doha  Taufik Hidayat 16-21, 18-21
Silver 2010 Guangzhou  Lin Dan 13-21, 21-15, 10-21
Bronze 2014 Incheon  Lin Dan 20-22, 21-12, 9-21

Asian Championships medal matches

Singles: 2 (2 gold)

Outcome year Championship Opponents Score
Gold 2006 Johor Bahru  Boonsak Ponsana 21-12, 21-16
Gold 2016 Wuhan  Chen Long 21-17, 15-21, 21-13

Commonwealth Games medal matches

Singles: 2 (2 gold)

Outcome year Championship Opponents Score
Gold 2006 Melbourne  Wong Choong Hann 21-13, 21-12
Gold 2010 New Delhi (2)  Rajiv Ouseph 21-10, 21-8

Southeast Asian Games medal matches

Singles: 1 (1 bronze)

Outcome year Championship opponent Score
Bronze 2005 Manila  Simon Santoso 11-15, 9-15

World Junior Championships medal matches

Singles: 1 (1 bronze)

Outcome year Championship Opponents Score
Bronze 2000 Guangzhou  Sony Dwi Kuncoro 6-8, 4-7, 4-7

BWF World Superseries Finals

Singles: 4 (4 titles)

Outcome year Championship [3] opponent Score
Winner 2008 Kota Kinabalu  Peter Gade 21-8, 21-16
Winner 2009 Johor Bahru (2)  Park Sung-hwan 21-17, 21-17
Winner 2010 Taipei (3)  Peter Gade 21-9, 21-14
Winner 2013 Kuala Lumpur (4)  Tommy Sugiarto 21-10, 21-12

BWF World Superseries Premier

Singles: 17 (12 titles, 5 runners-up)

Outcome year Championship [3] opponent Score
Runner-up 2011 Korea Open (2)  Lin Dan 19-21, 21-14, 16-21
Winner 2011 All England Open (2)  Lin Dan 21-17, 21-17
Winner 2011 Indonesia Open (4)  Peter Gade 21-11, 21-7
Runner-up 2011 Denmark Open  Chen Long 15-21, 18-21
Winner 2012 Korea Open (2)  Lin Dan 12-21, 21-18, 21-14
Runner-up 2012 All England Open (2)  Lin Dan 19-21, 2 r -6
Winner 2012 Denmark Open (2)  From Pengyu 15-21, 21-12, 21-19
Winner 2013 Korea Open (3)  From Pengyu 21-12, 21-15
Runner-up 2013 All England Open (3)  Chen Long 17-21, 18-21
Winner 2013 Indonesia Open (5)  Marc Zwiebler 21-15, 21-14
Runner-up 2013 Denmark Open (2)  Chen Long 22-24, 19-21
Winner 2014 Malaysia Open (10)  Tommy Sugiarto 21-19, 21-9
Winner 2014 All England Open (3)  Chen Long 21-13, 21-18
Winner 2015 China Open  Chen Long 21-15, 21-11
Winner 2016 Malaysia Open (11)  Chen Long 21-13, 21-8
Winner 2016 Indonesia Open (6)  Jan Ø. Jørgensen 17-21, 21-19, 21-17
Winner 2017 All England Open (4)  Shi Yuqi 21-12, 21-10

BWF World Superseries

Singles: 41 (29 titles, 12 runners-up)

Outcome year Championship [3] opponent Score
Winner 2007 Indonesia Open  Bao Chunlai 21-15, 21-16
Winner 2007 Japan Open  Taufik Hidayat 22-20, 19-21, 21-19
Winner 2007 French Open  Bao Chunlai 21-11, 21-14
Runner-up 2007 China Open  Bao Chunlai 12-21, 13-21
Runner-up 2007 Hong Kong Open (2)  Lin Dan 21-9, 15-21, 15-21
Winner 2008 Malaysia Open (4)  Lee Hyun-il 21-15, 11-21, 21-17
Runner-up 2008 Swiss Open  Lin Dan 13-21, 18-21
Winner 2008 Singapore Open  Simon Santoso 21-13, 21-5
Runner-up 2008 Japan Open  Sony Dwi Kuncoro 17-21, 11-21
Runner-up 2008 China Open (2)  Lin Dan 18-21, 9-21
Winner 2009 Malaysia Open (5)  Park Sung-hwan 21-14, 21-13
Runner-up 2009 Korea Open  Peter Gade 18-21, 21-10, 17-21
Runner-up 2009 All England Open  Lin Dan 19-21, 12-21
Winner 2009 Swiss Open (2)  Lin Dan 21-16, 21-16
Winner 2009 Indonesia Open (2)  Taufik Hidayat 21-9, 21-14
Winner 2009 Hong Kong Open  Peter Gade 21-13, 13-21, 21-16
Winner 2010 Korea Open  Peter Gade 21-12, 21-11
Winner 2010 Malaysia Open (6)  Boonsak Ponsana 21-13, 21-7
Winner 2010 All England Open  Kenichi Tago 21-19, 21-19
Winner 2010 Indonesia Open (3)  Taufik Hidayat 21-19, 21-8
Winner 2010 Japan Open (2)  Lin Dan 22-20, 16-21, 21-17
Winner 2010 Hong Kong Open (2)  Taufik Hidayat 21-19, 21-9
Winner 2011 Malaysia Open (7)  Taufik Hidayat 21-8, 21-17
Winner 2011 India Open  Peter Gade 21-12, 12-21, 21-15
Runner-up 2011 Japan Open (2)  Chen Long 8-21, 21-10, 19-21
Winner 2011 French Open (2)  Kenichi Tago 21-16, 21-11
Winner 2012 Malaysia Open (8)  Kenichi Tago 21-6, 21-13
Runner-up 2012 India Open  Shon Wan-ho 18-21, 21-14, 19-21
Winner 2012 Japan Open (3)  Boonsak Ponsana 21-18, 21-18
Runner-up 2012 Hong Kong Open (3)  Chen Long 19-21, 17-21
Winner 2013 Malaysia Open (9)  Sony Dwi Kuncoro 21-7, 21-8
Winner 2013 India Open (2)  Kenichi Tago 21-15, 18-21, 21-17
Winner 2013 Japan Open (4)  Kenichi Tago 23-21, 21-17
Winner 2013 Hong Kong Open (3)  Sony Dwi Kuncoro 21-13, 21-9
Runner-up 2014 Korea Open (3)  Chen Long 14-21, 15-21
Winner 2014 India Open (3)  Chen Long 21-13, 21-17
Runner-up 2014 Singapore Open (2)  Simon Santoso 15-21, 10-21
Winner 2014 Japan Open (5)  Hu Yun 21-14, 21-12
Winner 2015 French Open (3)  Chou Tien-chen 21-13, 21-18
Winner 2015 Hong Kong Open (4)  Tian Houwei 21-16, 21-15
Winner 2016 Japan Open (6)  Jan Ø. Jørgensen 21-18, 15-21, 21-16

Performance timeline 

Singles performance timeline

Key
W F SF QF #R RR Q # AT SF-B S G NH N / A

To avoid confusion and double counting, information in this table is updated only once a tournament or the player’s participation in the tournament has concluded. This table is current through 2017 Indonesia Super Series Premier . [3]

Tournament 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 SR W-L Win%
Summer Olympics Not Held AT Not Held 2R
1-1
Not Held S
4-1
Not Held S
4-1
Not Held S
4-1
Not Held 0/4 13-4 76%
World Championships NH AT NH AT NH AT NH SF-B
4-1
QF
2-1
3R
1-1
NH QF
3-1
QF
3-1
S
5-1
NH S
5-1
S
5-1
S
5-1
NH 0/9 33-9 79%
World Superseries Finals Not Held W
5-0
W
5-0
W
5-0
SF
3-1
RR
0-3
W
5-0
AT AT RR
1-2
4/7 24-6 80%
Asian Championships Absent 2R
1-1
3R
2-1
AT 3R
2-1
AT G
6-0
QF
2-1
3R
2-1
Absent G
5-0
SF
3-1
2/8 23-6 80%
Asian Games AT Not Held AT Not Held SF-B
2-1
Not Held S
3-1
Not Held SF-B
3-1
Not Held 0/3 8-3 73%
Commonwealth Games AT Not Held AT Not Held G
5-0
Not Held G
5-0
Not Held AT Not Held 2/2 10-0 100%
Southeast Asian Games NH AT NH AT NH AT NH SF-B
1-1
NH AT NH AT NH AT NH AT NH AT NH 0/1 1-1 50%
Team Competitions
Thomas Cup AT NH AT NH AT NH QF
2-0
NH SF-B
2-1
NH SF-B
4-0
NH SF-B
3-1
NH QF
1-1
NH S
6-0
NH SF-B
5-0
NH 0/7 23-3 89%
Sudirman Cup NH AT NH AT NH AT NH AT NH RR
4-0
NH SF-B
3-1
NH QF
3-0
NH RR
2-0
NH QF
3-0
NH QF
3-0
0/5 18-1 95%
Asian Games AT Not Held AT Not Held SF-B
1-1
Not Held QF
0-1
Not Held SF-B
1-1
Not Held 0/3 2-3 40%
Commonwealth Games AT Not Held AT Not Held G
5-0
Not Held G
4-0
Not Held AT Not Held 2/2 9-0 100%
Southeast Asian Games NH AT NH AT NH AT NH G
1-1
NH AT NH AT NH AT NH AT NH SF-B
2-0
NH 1/2 3-1 75%
BWF World Superseries Premier [3]
All England Open Absent 1R
0-1
AT SF
4-1
SF
4-1
QF
2-1
SF
3-1
F
4-1
W
5-0
W
5-0
F
4-1
F
4-1
W
5-0
AT 1R
0-1
W
5-0
4/13 45-9 83%
Malaysia Open Q1
0-1
Q2
1-1
1R
1-1
3R
2-1
AT F
5-1

6-0

6-0

6-0
QF
2-1
W
5-0
W
5-0
W
5-0
W
5-0
W
5-0
W
5-0
W
5-0
AT W
5-0
F
4-1
11/18 74-7 92%
Indonesia Open Absent 2R
1-1
2R
1-1
3R
2-1
QF
3-1
QF
3-1
3R
2-1
W
5-0
AT W
5-0
W
5-0
W
5-0
AT W
5-0
SF
3-1
AT W
5-0
2R
1-1
6/14 46-8 87%
Denmark Open Absent QF
3-1
AT
6-0
AT SF
3-1
Absent F
4-1
W
5-0
F
4-1
AT 2R
1-1
QF
2-1
2/8 28-6 82%
China Open NH AT NH AT 2R
1-1
3R
2-1
1R
0-1
Absent F
4-1
F
4-1
1R
0-1
AT SF
3-1
Absent W
5-0
AT 1/8 19-7 73%
BWF World Superseries [3]
India Open Not Held AT 1R
0-1
AT W
5-0
F
4-1
W
5-0
W
5-0
AT 2R
1-1
AT 3/6 20-3 87%
Singapore Open Absent NH 1R
0-1
AT 2R
3-1
F
5-1
3R
2-1
AT 1R
0-1
W
5-0
2R
1-1
QF
2-1
Absent F
4-1
Absent 1/9 22-8 73%
Australian Open Absent NH Absent SF
4-1
Absent 0/1 4-1 80%
Japan Open Absent 2R
1-1
1R
0-1
AT 1R
0-1
QF
3-1
SF
3-1
W
5-0
F
4-1
2R
1-1
W
5-0
F
4-1
W
5-0
W
5-0
W
5-0
2R
3-1
W
5-0
6/15 49-9 84%
Korea Open NH Absent 1R
0-1
1R
0-1
QF
3-1
AT 2R
1-1
QF
2-1
2R
1-1
F
4-1
W
5-0
F
4-1
W
5-0
W
5-0
F
4-1
Q1
0-1
AT 3/13 34-10 77%
French Open Absent NH W
5-0
SF
3-1
Absent W
5-0
AT SF
3-1
AT W
5-0
AT 3/5 21-2 91%
Hong Kong Open Absent NH 3R
2-1
NH AT NH SF
3-1
F
5-1
F
4-1
1R
0-1
W
5-0
W
5-0
SF
3-1
F
4-1
W
5-0
AT W
5-0
AT 4/11 41-7 85%
BWF Grand Prix Gold and Grand Prix [3]
Malaysia Masters Not Held
6-0

6-0

6-0

6-0
1R
0-1
Absent
6-0
AT 5/6 30-1 97%
German Open NH Absent SF
4-1
Absent 0/1 4-1 80%
Swiss Open Absent W
5-0
1R
0-1
F
4-1
W
5-0
Absent 2/4 14-2 88%
China Masters Not Held Absent SF
3-1
1R
0-1
SF
3-1
Absent 0/3 6-3 67%
Chinese Taipei Open NH Absent NH Absent W
5-0
AT F
4-1
Absent QF
3-1
AT 1/3 12-2 88%
Canada Open NH AT Not Held Absent Not Held Absent
6-0
AT 1/1 6-0 100%
US Open Absent
6-0
AT 1/1 6-0 100%
Thailand Open NH Absent SF
3-1
NH AT QF
3-1
AT 2R
1-1
Absent NH Absent NH Absent 0/3 7-3 70%
Dutch Open Absent SF
4-1
Absent 0/1 4-1 80%
Macau Open Not Held F
5-1
AT F
5-1

6-0

6-0
1R
0-1
Absent 2/5 22-3 88%
Philippines Open Not Held AT
6-0
NH AT Not Held 1/1 6-0 100%
Career Statistics
1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
Tournaments Played 1 1 1 7 5 8 11 11 17 16 15 16 16 15 11 14 11 11 11 5 196
Titles 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 5 4 3 7 11 6 5 7 4 5 5 1 66
Finals Reached 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 3 8 6 8 9 12 10 9 10 8 6 6 2 96
Overall Win-Loss 0-1 1-1 1-1 10-7 4-5 19-8 30-8 37-9 59-12 48-11 49-11 56-9 67-5 60-8 43-8 57-6 46-6 44-5 39-5 12-2 675-126
Win Percentage 0% 50% 50% 59% 44% 70% 79% 80% 83% 81% 82% 86% 93% 88% 84% 90% 88% 90% 89% 90% 84.27%
Year End Ranking [4] 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 5 1

Summer Olympics singles matches

Athens 2004 Summer Olympic Games
Phase opponent Score
First round  Ng Wei 15-3, 15-13
Second round  Chen Hong 11-15, 15-3, 12-15
Beijing 2008 Summer Olympic Games
Phase opponent Score
First round Bye
Second round  Ronald Susilo 21-13, 21-14
Third round  Kęstutis Navickas 21-5, 21-7
Quarter-final  Sony Dwi Kuncoro 21-9, 21-11
Semi-final  Lee Hyun-il 21-18, 13-21, 21-13
Final  Lin Dan 12-21, 8-21
London 2012 Summer Olympic Games
Phase opponent Score
Group A  City Lång 21-8, 14-21, 21-11
Second round  Simon Santoso 21-12, 21-8
Quarter-final  Parupalli Kashyap 21-19, 21-11
Semi-final  Chen Long 21-13, 21-14
Final  Lin Dan 21-15, 10-21, 19-21
Rio 2016 Summer Olympic Games
Phase opponent Score
Group A  Soren Opti 21-2, 21-3
Second Round  Derek Wong Zi Liang 21-18, 21-8
Quarter-final  Chou Tien-chen 21-9, 21-15
Semi-final  Lin Dan 15-21, 21-11, 22-20
Final  Chen Long 18-21,18-21

Head-to-head record

Head-to-head vs. Top 20 ranked players

Lee’s win-loss record against players who have been ranked World No. 20 or higher is as follows: [5]

Players who have been ranked World No. 1 are in boldface.

  •  Viktor Axelsen 9-1
  •  Chen Hong 5-5
  •  Chou Tien-chen 5-0
  •  Sony Dwi Kuncoro 11-5
  •  Chen Long 13-13
  •  Ajay Jayaram 8-0
  •  Peter Gade 16-2
  •  Hu Yun 8-0
  •  Taufik Hidayat 13-8
  •  Jan Ø. Jørgensen 16-1
  •  Srikanth Kidambi 4-0
  •  Lee Hyun-il 9-5
  •  Tian Houwei 1-1
  •  Lee Yen Hui Kendrick 4-0
  •  Lin Dan 12-27
  •  Ng Wei 4-3
  •  Nguyen Tien Minh 11-1
  •  Ong Ewe Hock 0-2
  •  Roslin Hashim 2-2
  •  Rajiv Ouseph 6-0
  •  Dicky Palyama 5-0
  •  Park Sung-hwan 12-1
  •  Parupalli Kashyap 7-0
  •  Joachim Persson 5-0
  •  Boonsak Ponsana 24-2
  •  RMV Gurusaidutt 2-0
  •  Dionysius Hayom Rumbaka 6-0
  •  Tanongsak Saensomboonsuk 9-0
  •  Simon Santoso 9-2
  •  Sho Sasaki 6-0
  •  Shōji Satō 2-0
  •  Shon Seung-mo 2-0
  •  Shon Wan-ho 10-1
  •  Tommy Sugiarto 14-0
  •  Ronald Susilo 3-2
  •  Kenichi Tago 17-2
  •  Takuma Ueda 3-0
  •  Richard Vaughan 1-0
  •  Hans-Kristian Vittinghus 4-0
  •  Przemysław Wacha 6-0
  •  Wang Zhengming 17-0
  •  Wei Nan 2-2
  •  Wong Choong Hann 8-1
  •  Wong Wing Ki 7-0
  •  Kazushi Yamada 1-0
  •  Alamsyah Yunus 2-0
  •  Marc Zwiebler 12-0
* Statistics are correct as of October 8, 2014.

Players with winning records against Lee

Active players are in boldface.

  •  Anders Boesen 1-0
  •  Alvin Chew Ming Yao 2-0
  •  Chong Kien Ling 1-0
  •  Irwansyah 1-0
  •  Lin Dan 25-12
  •  Marleve Mainaky 1-0
  •  Ong Ewe Hock 2-0
  •  Park Tae-sang 1-0
  •  Edi Bina Santoso 1-0
  •  Jakrapan Thanathiratham 1-0
  •  Indra Wijaya 1-0
  •  Xia Xuanze 2-1
  •  Yong Hock Kin 1-0

Records

Time span Records Players matched
World No.1
2008-13 6 consecutive years as year-end World No.1 [4] Stands alone
2009-14 298 weeks as World No.1 [4]
BWF Male Player of the Year
2009-14 4 awards Stands alone
2009-11 3 consecutive years of winning the award
Summer Olympics
2008-16 3 consecutive finals in men’s singles Stands alone
2008-16 3 silver medals in men’s singles Stands alone
Commonwealth Games
2006-10 2 consecutive titles Rashid Sidek
2006-10 2 titles
2006-10 2 final
BWF World Superseries Finals
2008-10 3 consecutive titles Stands alone
2008-13 4 titles
2008-13 4 final
BWF World Superseries Premier
2011-14 4 consecutive years of winning 2+ titles Stands alone
2011-13 3 consecutive years of reaching at least 3 final
2011-14 8 titles
2011-14 13 final
2011-13 2 titles in 1 season
2011,
2013
4 finals in 1 season
BWF World Superseries
2007-15 37 titles Stands alone
2007-14 51 final
2007-13 11 different titles
2007-13 12 different finals reached
2009-14 6 consecutive years of winning 4+ titles
2007-14 8 consecutive years of reaching at least 5 final
2010,
2013
6 titles in 1 season
2011,
2013
8 finals in 1 season
Time span Records Players matched
Malaysia Open
2008-14 7 consecutive titles Stands alone
2004-16 11 titles
2003-14 11 final
Indonesia Open
2009-11 First non-Indonesian player to win 3 consecutive titles Stands alone
2007-16 First non-Indonesian player to win 6 titles Stands alone
Japan Open
2007-14 5 titles Stands alone
2007-13 7 final
India Open
2011-14 3 titles Stands alone
2011-14 4 final
Malaysia Masters
2009-12 4 consecutive titles Stands alone
2009-16 5 titles
2009-16 5 final
Macau Open Grand Prix Gold
2009-10 2 consecutive titles Stands alone
2009-10 2 titles
2006-10 4 final
Malaysian National Badminton Championships
2002-11 10 consecutive titles Stands alone
2002-11 10 titles
2002-11 10 final

References

  1. Jump up^ sports-reference.com
  2. Jump up^ 2005 IBF World Championships Full Results
  3. ^ Jump up to:a b c d e f g “Tournaments of Chong Wei Lee” . Retrieved September 29, 2013 .
  4. ^ Jump up to:a b c “Badminton World Federation – Historical Ranking” .
  5. Jump up^ “Lee’s head-to-head record against other players” . Retrieved November 5, 2013 .

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