Eva Lee

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Eva Lee
Personal information
Country  United States
Born (1986-08-07) August 7, 1986 (age 28)
Handedness Right
Women's singles
BWF profile

Eva Lee (Chinese: 李意恒, born August 7, 1986) is a female badminton player of Chinese descent from the United States of America.



She started to play badminton and trained with her first coach Peter Baum (former US National Team member).


She took her first three crown titles in US Junior National Championships.


She captured her first crown title in Canadian Junior Open(under 17 Single).

2005 World Championships[edit]

She played at the 2005 World Badminton Championships in Anaheim and lost in the first round.

2006 Intercollegiate Championships[edit]

She was both singles and doubles champion at the California Community College Athletic Association State Championships.

2006 Canadian International[edit]

In 2006 Eva Lee grabbed three titles at the Canadian Open.[1]

2006 Boston Badminton Open[edit]

At the Boston Badminton Open she won the doubles title together with Mesinee Mangkalakiri.

2007 Pan American Games[edit]

Lee also competed in badminton at the 2007 Pan American Games in Rio de Janeiro. She won three gold medals, one in women's singles, one in women's doubles with Mesinee Mangkalakiri, and another in mixed doubles with Howard Bach.[2]

2008 Beijing Olympics[edit]

Lee lost in the first round to Canadian Anna Rice. While losing the first game, she made a quick comeback in the second and won. In the third, she maintained lead until halfway through where Anna Rice took command and finished through.


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