WHO is famous in this career
There are so many professional player in this career but I the most famous and popular especially in our country Malaysia. The Malaysian Hero , he is Datuk Lee Chong Wei. Of course he had the perfect passion and the most important thing is that he won a lot of champions. Lee Chong Wei is a Malaysian professional badminton player whose commendable performances in the game for many years have earned him the title Dato and the status of a national hero. In his early years, Datuk Lee Chong Wei favoured basketball , however his mother forbade him from the game due to searing heat of the outdoor bastketball court. Lee began to learn badminton at the age of 11 , when his father , who liked to play game , brought him to the badminton hall. Attracting the attention of a local coach , the coach asked Lees father if he could take him as a student. After receiving the nod from his father , the coach began to train Lee after school. Discovered by Misbun Sidek, he was drafted into national squad when he was seventeen years old.Nobody knows our hobby also can be our career in future. Throughout his career, he has won several gold medals, including the 2006 Commonwealth Games in Melbourne and the 2010 Commonwealth Games in Delhi. He won a silver medal in both the 2008 and 2012 Olympic Games, making him the sixth Malaysian to win an Olympic medal and the first Malaysian to reach the finals in the men’s singles event. As a singles player, he was ranked World Number 1 for 199 successive weeks from August 2008 to June 2012. After Rashid Sidek and Roslin Hashim, he is the third Malaysian player to achieve this feat and is the only Malaysian badminton player to hold the number one position for more than a year. He won the prestigious Yonex All England Open titles in 2010 and 2011 in a row while in 2014 he won his tenth Malaysia Open title. He received several awards throughout his career honouring his achievements such as, as a reward for winning a silver medal at the 2008 Olympic Games, he received RM 300,000 and a lifetime monthly pension of RM 3,000. Governor of Penang, Tun Abdul Rahman Abbas conferred on him the Darjah Setia Pangkuan Negeri (DSPN), which carried the title Dato. In addition, in February 2009, he was appointed as UNICEF Malaysia’s National Ambassador. In June 2009, he received the Darjah Bakti (DB) award from Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin for his achievements in the 2008 Olympics.