Li Yinhui

Li Yinhui - Updated Feb 2023

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Updated On January 12, 2023

Wuhan, China
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Wuhan, China

Li Yinhui is a retired Chinese badminton player. Lin Yinhui took silver in the girls’ doubles event at the 2014 Asian Junior Championships, partnering with Du Yue. Also, she and Du Yue went on to win the gold medal in 2015.

Early Life and Childhood

Li Yinhui was born on March 11, 1997, in Wuhan, China her age is 25 years old as of 2022 and Yinhui is a naturalized Chinese citizen who practices Buddhism.

Similarly, her birth sign is Pisces currently, she is living in Wuan. Yinhui has received a lot of family support for her to be successful in her career. Moreover, Yinhui’s family has been there for her every step. However, there is no information available regarding Yinhui ‘s parents and siblings.

Yinhui may not want to share information about her family to keep them out of the spotlight. We hope Yinhui will provide more information about her family to the media.


Talking about her educational background, there is no information available regarding Yinhui’s schools, colleges, and academics. Yinhui might have done her schooling at a community school in Wuhan.

Later, Yinhui might have skipped college as she started to play badminton at an early age to pursue her professional badminton career.

Li Yinhui – Net Worth 2023

Li Yinhui is a Chinese professional badminton player who earned a considerable income from his work. Yinhui’s estimated net worth is around $2 million. Also, Yinhui’s annual salary is $200k per year and his source of income is mainly his badminton profession.

Relationship Status

Li Yinhui may be single and not dating anyone right now. Also, Yinhui hasn’t been married before and doesn’t have any past relationships or previous engagements. Moreover, Yinhui has no children and it is seen that Yinhui is quite happy being single at the moment. Moreover, there is no indication on Yinhui ‘s social media that she is in a relationship


Li Yinhui was once presented in the court and he said: “I’m in a hurry, and it’s easy for me to become nervous on the court. It’s easy for me to get into trouble and lose my cool during training. The coach will then ask me to find a way to control myself. If I can’t control myself, the coach will tell me, ‘Whether you want to play or not, come down if you don’t want to.'”

Coaches may also employ aggressive tactics to force players to deal with adversity on the court in a calm manner. These extremely practical methods yielded results in subsequent games.

Career and Professional Life

Regarding her career, Yinhui started playing badminton at an early age and she is a Chinese right-handed badminton player. Moreover, Yinhui has played both BWF International Challenge(which is a grade 3 and level 1 tournament) and BWF International Series(which is a grade 3 and level 2 tournament).

Moreover, Li competed in the Summer Olympics in Tokyo, Japan, in 2020. She finished in the quarter-finals with Du Yue after being defeated in rubber games by eventual gold medalist Greysia Polii and Apriyani Rahayu of Indonesia. Li announced her retirement via her social account on January 2022.

According to Chinese media, the women’s doubles pair Li Yinhui and Du Yue’s world ranking will be removed on January 25, 2022. According to the BWF interview, Li has a complication from pneumonia that, when combined with a genetic heart condition, necessitates constant medication.

Li Yinhui

Caption: Li Yinhui in a badminton court. Source: Instagram

In the first Youth Games Qualifying Tournament held in early September, Du Yue and Li Yinhui, who represented Hubei, entered the final stage in both the teams and women’s doubles and mixed doubles they participated in.  At this year’s Asian Youth Championships, the two competing for the third time finally won their first women’s doubles championship.

Throughout her badminton career, she has played 337 matches (single and double combined) out of which she has won 236 and lost 101 matches. Moreover, her highest ranking was 5 (WD with Du Yue 17 March 2020), and 3 (XD with Zhang Nan 24 August 2017)

Brand Endorsements

Li Yinhui was a VICTOR Brand Ambassador. Besides this, Yinhui has not been seen in any brand collaborations.

Awards and Nominations

Lin Yinhui took silver in the girls’ doubles event at the 2014 Asian Junior Championships, partnering with Du Yue. Also, she and Du Yue went on to win the gold medal in 2015. Moreover, they won silver at the 2015 BWF World Junior Championships after taking bronze the year before.

Li and Zhang Nan won bronze in the mixed doubles at the 2018 BWF World Championships. In 2014, Li Yinhui played in the women’s doubles event at the World Youth Badminton Championships and finally won third place.

Also, from 2015-2020 Yinhui won 8 winning titles and 10 runner-up titles in BWF World Tour, BWF Grand Prix, and BWF International Challenge/Series.

Li Yinhui

Caption: Li Yinhui getting an award with her partner. Source: Instagram

Body Measurements

Talking about her height Yinhui is 5 Feet 8 inches tall and weighs 62kg. Similarly, Yinhui’s body measurement is 33-26-33 inches and her eye color is brown and her hair color is black. Also, Yinhui’s dress size is 6 and her shoe size is 9(US). Yinhui keeps herself in a strict workout and diet plan and balances her lifestyle to keep it maintained.

Li Yinhui

Caption: Li Yinhui playing a badminton match. Source: Instagram

Li Yinhui – Social Media

Yinhui is active on Instagram. She has 15.2k followers on Instagram and owns an Insta account @liyinhui311. Moreover, Yinhui is not available on any other social media sites including Twitter and Facebook.