Lee Yong Dae/ Peter Gade vs Tony Gunawan/ Howard Bach | Yonex Legend Vision in US | Shuttle Amazing


Lee Yong Dae/ Peter Gade vs Tony Gunawan/ Howard Bach | Yonex Legend Vision in US | Shuttle Amazing

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The Legends’ Vision
Supported by Yonex, The Legends’ Vision initiative promotes a greater awareness and increased participation in badminton.

The Legends’ Vision aim is to give something back to the places where World Tour and Legacy Tour events are staged – leaving a lasting legacy for the generations to come, to be inspired and become more involved in the sport that The Legends love so much.

This global initiative is their greatest challenge. Their greatest game. Their long-lasting legacy.

Where the winner will be badminton.

The 2019 World Tour venue and date has been announced!
We are proud to announce the next Legends Vision World Tour event will be held on December 1st, 2019 at the San Jose Civic, California, USA

This prestigious location has previously hosted the badminton events of the World Games in 1981 where seventeen countries participated in badminton, making it one of the most represented sports at the games.

Lee Yong-dae (Hangul: 이용대; Hanja: 李龍大; Korean pronunciation: [i.joŋ.dɛ̝]; born 11 September 1988) is a professional badminton player from South Korea who had been successful in both men’s and mixed doubles. He reached world number 1 ranking with 4 different partners, Jung Jae-sung, Ko Sung-hyun and Yoo Yeon-seong in men’s doubles, and Lee Hyo-jung in mixed doubles. He won a total of 43 Superseries titles, 37 in the men’s doubles, the most of any doubles player in one discipline, and 6 in mixed doubles. He was ranked world number 1 in men’s doubles for 104 consecutive weeks with his last partner, Yoo Yeon-seong.

After winning the 2016 Korean Superseries with Yoo, Lee announced his retirement from international badminton.

In 2018, he paired again with Kim Gi-jung, and won the titles of Spain Masters and Macau Open.

Peter Høeg Gade (born December 14, 1976 in Aalborg, Denmark)[1][2] is a retired Danish professional badminton player. He currently resides in Holte in Copenhagen. He has two children with the former handball player Camilla Høeg.

Gade made his mark in badminton history through his All England Open Badminton Championships singles title in 1999 and his five European Championships crowns in the men’s singles event. He topped the world rankings from 1998 to 2001. With his 22 Grand-Prix titles, he has become one of the sport’s most successful players. On June 22, 2006, he briefly recaptured the number one spot in the world rankings. This was achieved after winning the Singapore Open and reaching the quarter-final at the Malaysia Open.

With his defeat in the quarter-finals of the 2012 French Open Gade retired from international competition.

Tony Gunawan (Chinese: 吳俊明; pinyin: Wu Junming; born 9 April 1975) is a Chinese descended, Indonesian-born badminton player and coach who excelled internationally for Indonesia and later for the United States.

Howard Bach (born 22 February 1979) is a Vietnamese-American male badminton player from the United States. He was the 2005 world champion in the men’s doubles with Tony Gunawan.

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