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Lee Chong Wei vs Lee Hyunil – Badminton Beijing Olympic 2008 Result

Lee Chong Wei (Malaysia) bt Lee Hyunil (Korea). Lee Chong Wei won in Men’s Singles Semifinal 2!

Malaysia Lee Chong Wei did it again! Malaysia Boleh!

Lee Chong Wei Olympic Final

Lee Chong Wei hug Misbun Sidek

Lee Chong Wei and Sidek
Lee Chong Wei hugging coach Misbun Sidek

Lee Hyunil improvement very fast, he got the skill and tactics but Lee Chong Wei is even better! Haha. Congrats Lee Chong Wei, revenge for your girl friend, Wong Mew Choo.

Lee Chong Wei, 26-year-old Penangite, now stands to pocket at least RM300,000 as an incentive from the Govvernment. Wow RM 300,000.00! That’s a lot. If he win the gold medal, he will be millionaire! RM1,000,000.00 Wow! RM1Mil is not easy to get. Lee Chong Wei become instant millionaire! I think I work for whole life till 60 years old still cannot get this amount! Everyone in Malaysia is talking about it, get motivated LCW, go for the RM1m.

Steady Lee Chong Wei, for sure you will beat China. (either Lin Dan or Chen Jin depending on the result later) Watch live score and result of Lin Dan vs Chen Jin then we will know who’s going to play off in the final.

Lee Chong Wei vs Lee Hyunil - Badminton Beijing Olympic 2008 Result

Lee Chong Wei vs Lee Hyunil - Badminton Beijing Olympic 2008 Result

Chong Wei books a medal for Malaysia

BEIJING: Lee Chong Wei has secured at least a silver medal for Malaysia in the Beijing Olympics.

The national one shuttler and second seed for the men’s singles event for the Beijing Olympics defeated South Korean Lee Hyun-il 21-18, 13-21, 21-13 in the semi-finals Friday at the Beijing University of Technology Gymnasium Friday.

By booking his place in the final, which will be played on Sunday, the 26-year-old Penangite now stands to pocket at least RM300,000 as an incentive from the Govvernment.

If he goes on and manages to win Malaysia’s first ever Olympic gold, Chong Wei will pocket a whopping RM1mil.

Before the last four clash here, the record between the two players was even for this year.

Chong Wei beat Lee in the Malaysian Open final in three games.

When they next clashed in the Korean Open, Lee whipped Chong Wei in the second round and went on to beat Lin Dan in a three-game thriller for the title.

Chong Wei is the only Malaysian shuttler still in the fray in Bejing. The other Malaysians all failed to shine here.

Veterans Choong Tan Fook-Lee Wan Wah lost in the men’s doubles first round to second ranked Koreans Lee Jae-jin-Hwang Ji-man.

Koo Kien Keat-Tan Boon Heong lost in the last eight to Markis Kido-Hendra Setiawan of Indonesia.

Wong Mew Choo lost in the quater-finals of the women’s singles event 7-21, 27-29 China’s Lu Lan.

Wong Choon Hann lost to Taiwan’s Hsieh Yu-hsing 17-21,18-21 in the third round.

Source : TheStar



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  1. Really an amazing game for lee chong wei. Congr. to him N hope he’ll b malaysian 1st olympic gold medal owner. Malaysia Boleh~~~~

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  2. I missed the semi-final game this evening. Do you know any website that has an online video of this game?

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  3. It was really an amazing semifinal!I think Lee Chong Wei will create miracle 2nite.All The Best!!!

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