Lu Chia-Hung is a right-handed badminton player from Taiwan. Moreover, Lu Chia-Hung competed at the 2014 Summer Youth Olympics, and in 2015, he won the boys’ singles championship at the World Junior Championships.
Table of Biography
Lu Chia-hung was born on the 4th of March 1997, in Kaohsiung, Taiwan. According to his birth date, this badminton player is 25 years old and holds Taiwanese nationality.
He has a zodiac sign of Pisces and his ethical background is unknown at the moment. He grew up with his brothers Lu Chia-pin and Jia Qian who are also professional badminton players by profession.
However, he has not yet shared information regarding his parents and childhood life.
Talking about his educational background, Chia-hung has not revealed his academic qualification in public yet.
It seems, he is well-educated and might have received a degree from a well-known university nearby his hometown. Later, he might have dropped out of college as he began his badminton career at an early age.
Lu Chia-Hung – Net Worth 2023
This Taiwanese badminton player has managed to earn a decent sum of money throughout his badminton career.
But officially, this man has not yet revealed his income, salary, and net worth. However, according to some online sites, his net worth is ranged from around $1 million to $5 million.
This Taiwanese badminton player stands 5 feet 11 inches tall and weighs around 72 kg. Moreover, Chia-hung has brown eyes with short black hair color and there is no other information regarding his other body measurements.
Lu Chia-hung started playing badminton at the age of 12 years old. Throughout his badminton career, he has competed at BWF World Junior Championships, Asian Junior Championships, and BWF International Challenge/Series.
However, there is not much information regarding his further professional career. He has ranked 67 positions in Men’s singles, 158 positions in Men’s doubles, and 181 positions in Mixed doubles.
At the 2015 BWF World Junior Championships, he won the gold medal after defeating his Indian opponent Siril Verma in a match score of 17–21, 21–10, and 21–7.
In the 2014 Auckland International tournament Men’s singles, he earned his first international gold medal after defeating his opponent Kuo Po-cheng in a score match of 11–9, 11–7, and 11–4.
Likewise, in the 2015 Auckland International Men’s singles, he won the gold medal after defeating his opponent Huang Yu-yu in a score match of 21-12, 21-14.
At the Maribyrnong International tournament, he managed to earn gold after defeating Ernesto Velazquez in a 21-15, 21-18 match score.
In the 2016 Sydney International tournament, he earned a gold medal after defeating Chen Chun-Wei in a match score of 21–13, 21–16. Recently in 2022, he earned another gold medal after defeating Kiran George in a match score of 21-15, 21-11.
In the 2018 Yonex / K&D Graphics International tournament in Men’s doubles category, he and his partner Lu Chia-pin earned gold medals after defeating the American in a score match of 21–18, 21–10.
It seems this Taiwanese badminton player is single and unmarried. There is nothing is known regarding his present relationship or past relations.
When it comes to his personal life, he is too secretive and is focused on his career at the moment. And, Chia-Hung has not been involved or part of any kind of controversy which can affect his professional career.
Lu Chia-Hung – Social Media
On his Instagram page, there are more than 1.3k followers. Besides, Chia-Hung is not active on other social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter.