3 October 1986 |
|Height||1.79 m (5 ft 10 1⁄2 in)|
|Weight||71 kg (157 lb; 11.2 st)|
|Men's & mixed doubles|
|Highest ranking||3 (in MD) (Dec 10, 2010)
6 (in XD) (Dec 17, 2010)
Lee Sheng-mu (traditional Chinese: 李勝木; simplified Chinese: 李胜木; pinyin: Lǐ Shèngmù; born 3 October 1986 in Taipei) is a Taiwanese badminton player from the Taiwan Cooperative Bank club. He competed at the 2010 and 2014 Asian Games, and the 2012 and 2016 Summer Olympics.
Lee Sheng-mu's elite career began in the 2009 badminton season when he reached the semifinals of the 2009 Korea Open Super Series in the men's doubles with Fang Chieh-min. The pair continued their success in 2010 with victories at the 2010 Singapore Super Series and the 2010 Indonesia Super Series. He and Fang reached the quarterfinals of the 2012 Summer Olympics losing to Mathias Boe and Carsten Mogensen of Denmark. After London 2012, Lee was no longer playing with Fang Chieh-min. Instead, he was partnered with Tsai Chia-hsin. Together they reached a top ranking of 3, after reaching the finals of the 2014 Australian Open and 2014 Singapore Open. They were consistent semi-finalists and quarter-finalists at various Super Series Events. Together they represented Chinese Taipei in the 2016 Rio Olympics, where they failed to progress out of the group stage. Lee is also partnered with Chien Yu-chin in mixed doubles. Their top result came in 2010 when they reached the semifinals of the 2010 Paris World Championships and won the bronze medal.
BWF World Championships
|2010||Stade Pierre de Coubertin, Paris, France||Chien Yu-chin|| He Hanbin
|2010||Siri Fort Indoor Stadium,
New Delhi, India
|Fang Chieh-min|| Cho Gun-woo
East Asian Games
|2013||Binhai New Area Dagang Gymnasium, Tianjin, China||Tsai Chia-hsin|| Chen Hung-ling
|2013||Binhai New Area Dagang Gymnasium, Tianjin, China||Wang Pei-rong|| Lee Chun Hei
Chau Hoi Wah
The BWF Superseries has two level such as Superseries and Superseries Premier. A season of Superseries features twelve tournaments around the world, which introduced since 2011, with successful players invited to the Superseries Finals held at the year end.
|2014||Australian Open||Tsai Chia-hsin|| Lee Yong-dae
|2014||Singapore Open||Tsai Chia-hsin|| Cai Yun
|2012||Malaysia Open||Fang Chieh-min|| Cho Gun-woo
|16–21, 21–16, 21–16||Winner|
|2010||Indonesia Open||Fang Chieh-min|| Cho Gun-woo
|2010||Singapore Open||Fang Chieh-min|| Howard Bach
BWF Grand Prix
|2016||Swiss Open||Tsai Chia-hsin|| Kim Astrup
Anders Skaarup Rasmussen
|2013||Macau Open||Tsai Chia-hsin|| Hoon Thien How
Tan Wee Kiong
|2013||Chinese Taipei Open||Tsai Chia-hsin|| Kim Gi-jung
|2012||Macau Open||Tsai Chia-hsin|| Vladimir Ivanov
|14–21, 21–17, 21–16||Winner|
|2012||Australian Open||Fang Chieh-min|| Markis Kido
|2012||Swiss Open||Fang Chieh-min|| Naoki Kawamae
|2010||Canada Open||Fang Chieh-min|| Hendri Kurniawan Saputra
|2008||Macau Open||Fang Chieh-min|| Koo Kien Keat
Tan Boon Heong
|2011||Thailand Open||Chien Yu-chin|| Nova Widianto
|2010||U.S. Open||Chien Yu-chin|| Michael Fuchs
|2010||Canada Open||Chien Yu-chin|| Chen Hung-ling
|21–16, 11–21, 21–15||Winner|
Record against selected opponents
- Ross Smith & Glenn Warfe 3–1
- Cai Yun & Fu Haifeng 0–6
- Guo Zhendong & Xu Chen 0–2
- Chai Biao & Guo Zhendong 0–2
- Mathias Boe & Carsten Mogensen 3–4
- Lars Påske & Jonas Rasmussen 0–1
- Anthony Clark & Nathan Robertson 1–1
- Alvent Yulianto Chandra & Hendra Aprida Gunawan 1–1
- Markis Kido & Hendra Setiawan 4–7
- Mohammad Ahsan & Bona Septano 2–3
- Keita Masuda & Tadashi Ohtsuka 0–3
- Hirokatsu Hashimoto & Noriyasu Hirata 6–2
- Cho Gun-woo & Kwon Yi-goo 1–2
- Ko Sung-hyun & Yoo Yeon-seong 1–3
- Lee Jae-jin & Hwang Ji-man 1–0
- Jung Jae-sung & Lee Yong-dae 0–3
- Cho Gun-woo & Shin Baek-cheol 2–0
- Gan Teik Chai & Tan Bin Shen 2–1
- Mohd Zakry Abdul Latif & Mohd Fairuzizuan Mohd Tazari 1–0
- Choong Tan Fook & Lee Wan Wah 2–2
- Koo Kien Keat & Tan Boon Heong 1–1
- Michal Logosz & Robert Mateusiak 0–1
- Songphon Anugritayawon & Sudket Prapakamol 1–0
- Bodin Issara & Maneepong Jongjit 2–0
- Howard Bach & Tony Gunawan 2–2
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