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LEE Hyun Il Biography

LEE Hyun Il is a male badminton player from South Korea who is a former no 1 ranking player. Lee participated in the 2002 Asian Games and won the team's first men's team gold medal since 1986. In 2003, Lee helped his team to win its third Sudirman Cup title, winning all three singles matches. Prior to this he had also won the 2003 Swiss Open. At the 2004 Summer Olympics, which was his Olympic debut. Lee easily defeated Stuart Brehaut of Australia in the first round but got eliminated in the secomd round. At the 2006 IBF World Championships held in Madrid, Spain, Lee captured his first world championship medal in the men's singles event. He won a bronze medal for Korea at the Beijing Olympics in 2008. In May 2010, Lee participated in the 2010 Thomas Cup and played in two singles matches. On August 5 2012, Lee lost to Chinese Chen Long in the badminton bronze-medal playoff at the Summer Olympics.

LEE Hyun Il Latest News & Articles

2016 Korea Open: Indian campaign ends with Ajay Jayaram’s loss
2016 Korea Open: Indian campaign ends with Ajay Jayaram’s loss
Jayaram had reached the final of this tournament last year.
Sai Praneeth wins the 2016 Canada Open
Sai Praneeth wins the 2016 Canada Open
Details from Sai's win in the Canada Open.
Sai Praneeth beats Lee Hyun II 21-12 21-10 in Canada badminton Open Final 2016: Live match updates
Sai Praneeth beats Lee Hyun II 21-12 21-10 in Canada badminton Open Final 2016: Live match updates
Live coverage of Sai Praneeth's Canada Open final.
2016 Canada Open Final: Preview: Sai Praneeth vs Lee Hyun II: Venue, match timings
2016 Canada Open Final: Preview: Sai Praneeth vs Lee Hyun II: Venue, match timings
A look ahead to the Canada Open final.
Anand Pawar knocked out of the SKYCITY New Zealand Open
Anand Pawar knocked out of the SKYCITY New Zealand Open
Pawar was knocked out in straight games.
Video: Squabble between Lin Dan vs Lee Hyun-il
Video: Squabble between Lin Dan vs Lee Hyun-il
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