September 27, 2022

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Profile of Chen Yu Fei, Chinese Badminton Champion Indonesia Masters 2022

Chinese women’s singles badminton player Chen Yu Fei faced Tai Tzu Ying (China Taipei) in the final of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics at Musashino Forest Sports Plaza, Tokyo, Sunday (1/8/2021). Pedro PARDO / AFP.

China’s women’s singles badminton player, Chen Yu Fei managed to come out as the Champion of Indonesia Masters 2022. Chen Yu Fei won the title after defeating the representative of Thailand, Ratchanok Intanon in the final match of the Indonesia Masters 2022 which was held on Sunday (12/6/2022) afternoon at Istora Senayan , Jakarta. Chen Yu Fei won through the match rubber games with a score of 21-16, 18-21, 21-15.

Summarizing from the official Badminton World Federation (BWF) information on the Badminton4u app, Chen Yu Fei is currently ranked 4th in the world. She once occupied the throne of world number 1, as the world’s best women’s singles in a few weeks. Before finally, it was taken over by Tai Tzu Ying and is now occupied by the representative of Japan, Akane Yamaguchi.

Knowing the figure of the badminton player, here is Chen Yu Fei’s profile:

  • Full Name: Chen Yu Fei
  • Last Name: Chen Yu Fei
  • Place of Birth: Huangzhou, Zheijang, China
  • Birthday: March 1, 1998
  • Age: 24 Years
  • Height: 171 cm
  • Racket Handle: Right
  • Current rating: 4 (based on Badminton4u app)
  • Highest rating: 1 (from the Badminton4u app)

While adapting from tournament records in the Badminton4u application, here are a series of achievements from Chen Yu Fei:

  • 2016 BWF World Junior Championships Eye-Level Cups Champion
  • 2016 Macau Open Champion
  • YONEX Swiss Open Runner-Up 2017
  • YONEX German Open Runner-Up 2018
  • Runner-Up Badminton Asia Championships 2018
  • Runner-Up BLIBLI Indonesia Open 2018
  • Winners-Up VICTOR China Open 2018
  • 2018 Fuzhou China Open Champion
  • YONEX All England Open Badminton Championships 2019 Champion
  • YONEX Swiss Open Champion 2019
  • 2019 Australian Open CROWN GROUP Champion
  • 2019 TOYOTA Thailand Open Champion
  • 2019 Fuzhou China Open Champion
  • YONEX-SUNRISE HongKong Open 2019 Champion
  • HSBC BWF World Tour Finals 2019 Champion
  • PERODUA Malaysia Masters 2020 Champion
  • YONEX All England Open Runner-Up 2020
  • Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games Badminton Gold Medal
  • YONEX GAINWARD German Open 2022
  • Runner-Up 2022 Gwangju YONEX Korea Masters
  • Runner-Up GR TOYOTA GAZOO RACING Thailand Open 2022
  • Winner of Indonesia Masters 2022
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That was a brief profile and a series of achievements from Chen Yu Fei, the Chinese women’s singles badminton player who won the Indonesia Masters 2022 title.