Han Aiping

Han Aiping

Han Aiping (born April 22 1962) was a Chinese female badminton player in the 1980s who rates among the greats of the women's game. She and her teammate, rival, and sometimes doubles partner Li Lingwei dominated international singles play for most of the decade and led Chinese teams to victory in Uber Cup (women's world team) competition.

She is one of the most successful players at the World Championships, with 3 gold medals, two of them in singles and another in women's doubles, plus a silver medal in both singles and doubles.

Han retired in 1990 and was introduced in the Badminton Hall of Fame in 1998.

Major achievements

Rank Event Date Venue
World Championships
1
1
Singles
Women's doubles
1985 Calgary, CAN
1 Singles 1987 Beijing, CHN
2 Singles 1983 Copenhague, DEN
2 Women's doubles 1987 Beijing, CHN
Asian Games
1 Singles 1986 Seoul, KOR
World Grand Prix
1 Women's doubles 1985 Indonesia Open
1 Singles 1984, 1988 World Grand Prix finals
1 Singles 1985 All England Open
2 Singles 1984 All England Open

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