Bao Chunlai  
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Current Ranking : 200 (Men's singles)
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D.O.B. Feb 17, 1983 (age 31)
Country   China
Height 1.91 m
Weight 78 kg
Handedness Left
Men's singles
Current Ranking 200
Highest Ranking 200
 
2013 Axiata Cup 3rd Place Playoff MD Bao/Zheng vs Setiawan/Ahsan
Publish on 17/04/2013    Views : 890
2013 Axiata Cup 3rd Place Playoff Men's Double Bao Chun Lai/Zheng Bo [ASIA] vs Hendra Setiawan/Mohammad Ahsan [INA] score : ...
2013 Axiata Cup Preliminary Day7 MD Hoon/Tan vs Bao/Zheng
Publish on 31/03/2013    Views : 917
2013 Axiata Cup Preliminary Day 7 Men's Double Tan Wee Keong/Hoon Thien How [MAS] vs Bao Chunlai/Zheng Bo [ASIA] score ...
2013 Axiata Cup Preliminary Day6 MD Bao/Zheng vs Terry/Danny
Publish on 30/03/2013    Views : 994
2013 Axiata Cup Preliminary Day 6 Men's Double Bao Chunlai/Zheng Bo [ASIA] vs Terry Yeo/Danny B Chrisnanta [SIN] score : ...
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Bao Chunlai first to call it a day
Publish on 21/09/2011
Many golden boys of badminton of the last decade have expressed retiring from the sport after the 2012 London Olympic Games, but Bao Chunlai, once ranked as high as second ...
Bao Chunlai books final meeting with Chong Wei
Publish on 07/05/2011
Former world junior champion Bao Chunlai continued his domination of third seed Nguyen Tien Minh of Vietnam to set-up a tantalising final clash with world No. 1 Lee Chong Wei ...
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Bao Chunlai (simplified Chinese: 鲍春来; traditional Chinese: 鮑春來; pinyin: Bào Chūnlái; born February 17, 1983 in Changsha, Hunan) is a male, left-handed badminton player from the People's Republic of China.

The tall, powerful Bao has ranked among the world's leading singles player during the first decade of the 21st century. He has been an especially valuable member of China's world champion Thomas Cup (men's international) teams of 2004, 2006 and 2008, winning a key singles match in the championship round of each contest. Bao has medaled in three of the four BWF World Championships that he has played in, earning a bronze in the 2003 and 2007 editions, and a silver in the 2006 Championships in Madrid, falling to teammate Lin Dan in the final. A frequent finalist in top tier international tournaments, Bao has had some difficulty breaking through in them. Outside of team events, his biggest wins have come in the Denmark (2001), Korea (2006), and China (2007) Opens. His performances in the Olympic Games have been somewhat disappointing. He was beaten in the round of sixteen at the 2004 Athens Olympics and in the quarterfinals of the 2008 Olympics in Beijing.

In 2010, he successfully beat compatriot Lin Dan in the All England quarter-finals.

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iyang reni Posted on 20/02/2012
koko, wo ai ni by: reni in indonesia
dharma deka Posted on 05/01/2012
c'mon bao.. i"ll support you
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