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Ex-world champ Wang Yihan out of Japan Open
Publish on 12/06/2014
China's former world badminton champion Wang Yihan crashed out in the second round of the Japan Open on Thursday at the hands of Japanese giant killer Sayaka Takahashi.
Wang Yihan the third Chinese seed down
Publish on 06/03/2013
Wang Yihan follows compatriots Li Xuerui and Du Pengyu out of this years All England as she lost to Lindaweni Fanetri in straight sets.
Victor Korea Open 2013 - Top Chinese players retired from event
Publish on 09/01/2013
A new year brings a new start for the worlds best in Seoul but a Chinese cloud overshadowed the opening day with withdrawals and shock exits.
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2014 Uber Cup GWD1 Wang Yihan [CHN] vs Anastasia Chervaykova [RUS]
Publish on 18/05/2014    Views : 752
2014 Uber Cup Group W Day 1 Wang Yihan [CHN] vs Anastasia Chervaykova [RUS] score : 21-13 21-13
2014 Yonex All England Open WSR1 Wang Yihan vs Carolina Marin
Publish on 05/03/2014    Views : 590
2014 Yonex All England Open Women's singles 1st Round Wang Yihan [CHN] vs Carolina Marin [ESP] score : 21-13 21-12
2014 Victor Korea Open WSF Wang Yihan vs Inthanon Ratchanok
Publish on 12/01/2014    Views : 2009
2014 Victor Korea Open Women's singles Final Wang Yihan [CHN] vs Inthanon Ratchanok [THA] score : 21-13 21-19
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Wang Yihan (Chinese: 王仪涵; pinyin: Wáng yí hán; born January 18, 1988 in Shanghai) is a professional female badminton player from China. Wang started her career with her coach Wang Pengren at only nine years of age. She was selected for the junior team in 2004, and after being promoted to the senior team in 2006 she began to shine in major tournaments. By October 2009 she was the top ranked Women's singles player in the world. She is currently coached by Zhang Ning, twice Olympic gold medalist.

What the fans said?
david lee Posted 16 days ago
There's no doubt U r physically a strong player, but most Europeans n even Indians basically hv strong sinews. Marin of Spain n Sindhu of India for instance r both fast and strong. Chinese players (except Li XR) generally tend to be fractionally slower which counts a lot when playing opponents who r physically stronger in their calibre. Rather than facing them strength for strength, in yr case, u shd try to adopt a tactical approach instead. In the past yr reliance on yr physical strength n resolve carried u to yr success. U could even overlook shots that u generously return directly to yr opponents n smashes that r within their reach. But it's no longer same anymore. U must revamp yr style now. Every return shots must be put far from easy reach of yr opponent. Only then will u hv a fighting chance to defeat them. And, u can't afford to return shots to the net the way u do which is too high. Best of luck in yr next competition.
Chen Mui Kei Posted 3 months ago
加油加油!\(^o^)/YES!
Chen Mui Kei Posted 3 months ago
加油加油!\(^o^)/YES!
LINH HOANG DIEU LE Posted 8 months ago
Congratulations! 加油! I love u <3
david lee Posted 9 months ago
wld like to see u continue playing at the top level for many yrs to come, but ur loss to much lower rank players like Sindhu is indication of hard struggles ahead. If u studied her games against Gu Juan in Sunrise Malaysia and recent one against ur Qiu Jinjing in Macau u'll notice her strong and weak points glaringly. Blame it on ur coach for not providing u such information.
Gina Aniger Posted 10 months ago
Wang YiHan still the best player ... how i admire her sooo much ... gud luck !
david lee Posted 11 months ago
congrats! you won at the recent game in Denmark. Like in the semifinal you had to struggle too. If not for your physical strength and determination, the result could have gone the other way. There are two reasons why you had to struggle:- 1) Your habit of returning shots directly to where they come from, ie where your opponent is positioned. 2) Your body smashes not effective. Its good for male players and doubles, not for you. If u do not do something about these 2 pts soon you'll relegate. You're already no longer efficient as before responding to low net shots.
Ratno Yudhistira Posted on 18/06/2013
Welcome Struggling In Badminton Championship Next
syafiqah ika Posted on 26/11/2012
can u tell me??what i do to play like you?
Ong Jia Min Posted on 20/11/2012
Wang Yi Han加油不要输给xuerui
faudhal akbar Posted on 16/09/2012
THIS IS THE REAL WORLD CHAMPION VIVA WANG YIHAN #KISSKISS
Ningthou Shinglai Posted on 06/08/2012
Wang yihan u r the best player in the world
Ningthou Shinglai Posted on 06/08/2012
Wang yihan u lok so cool
tolly chung Posted on 05/08/2012
googogogogogogogogoggogoogogo u r no 1
sathiya moorthy Posted on 04/08/2012
U'll be the first ranked player for so long time..your aggression in the game will take you to the top..That aggression is a psychological benefit for u and it'll make ur opponents looking tensed all time you win a point..
Attawan Bangpetch Posted on 26/07/2012
strong and beautiful...
Rena Yuda Indrawati Posted on 24/06/2012
Wang Yihan looks so similiar with sony dwi kuncoro
stevanus fardian Posted on 15/06/2012
you're the best i'm a fans of you from Indonesia
TJ Boonsong Posted on 24/05/2012
Wang Yihan, I'm your fan from Thailand. You are the best player for WS in the world of badminton. Keep Fighting!!
nuzair ibrahim Posted on 23/05/2012
gd luck sweetie...
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Name Wang Yihan
D.O.B. Jan 18, 1988 (age 26)
Country   China
Height 1.78 m
Weight
Handedness    Right
Women's singles
Highest Ranking    1
Current Ranking    3
 
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