Wang Xin

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Wang Xin is a former World No. 1 women’s singles badminton player from China. In 2010, she was named the BWF’s Best Female Player of the Year. Wang represented China in the 2012 Summer Olympics, but due to a knee injury, she had to forfeit the bronze medal playoff game against Saina Nehwal of India, in which she was 21-18, 1-0 up.

Early Life and Childhood

Wang Xin was born on 10 November 1985, in Shenyang, Liaoning, China, and her age is 36 years old as of the year 2022.

Talking about Wang’s parents, there is no information on the internet about her parents’ names and professions. Similarly, there is also no information about Wang’s siblings.

Wang Xin is known to be Chinese by nationality and belongs to the Christianity religion. Similarly, Wang’s zodiac sign is Scorpio which belongs to the element of Water, according to astrologers. The scorpions could have a hard time blending in with the world around them since they are guided by emotion and their heart.

Education

Talking about Wang Xin’s formal education, Wang Xin grew up in Shenyang, Liaoning, China and she might have done her schooling at a local school in Shenyang, Liaoning, China. Furthermore, Wang’s additional academic credentials are unavailable. Wang may have started to play at an early age, and that’s why she might have skipped college.

Career and Professional Life

Wang Xin started her badminton career at an early age. Moreover, Wang was interested in badminton from an early age. Wang’s interest later drives her into playing badminton professionally.

In 2010, Wang was named the BWF’s Best Female Player of the Year. Wang represented China in the 2012 Summer Olympics, but due to a knee injury, she had to forfeit the bronze medal playoff game against Saina Nehwal of India, in which she was 21-18, 1-0 up.

Wang Xin struggled to return to competition after the Olympics but was never successful due to the severity of her injury. She retired from professional badminton in 2013, at the age of 28.

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Caption: Wang Xin playing badminton on the court. Source: Alchetron

Brand Endorsements

Wang Xin has not endorsed any brand till now. Also, Wang has not promoted anything till now and has not been seen in any collaborations with brands. In the coming days, we may see Wang being associated with some brands and supporting their products. No information is available regarding the other brands Wang has cooperated with or not.

Awards and Nomination

In 2010, Wang Xin was named the BWF’s Best Female Player of the Year. Wang represented China in the 2012 Summer Olympics, but due to a knee injury, she had to forfeit the bronze medal playoff game against Saina Nehwal of India, in which she was 21-18, 1-0 up.

Similarly, in the 2010 Asian Games, she won the silver medal. In the 2011 BWF Superseries, she won against Malaysia, Hongkong, Singapore, Denmark, French Open.

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Caption: Wang Xin winning the award. Source: Zimbio

Net Worth

Wang has an estimated net worth of approximately around $2.5 million. Most of Wang Xin’s income sources are from her badminton career. Additionally, Wang has worked very hard since her childhood to achieve this fame.

Relationship Status

Wang may be single and not dating anyone right now. Wang hasn’t been married before and doesn’t have any past relationships or previous engagements. Also, Wang has no children. It is seen that Wang is quite happy being single at the moment.

Scandal

Wang Xin hasn’t been associated with any sort of rumors or controversies that would hamper her career. Also, Wang avoids the media and avoids engaging in contentious behavior or situations that can damage her reputation.

Wang Xin – Body Measurements

Wang stands at the height of 5 feet 6 inches tall and weighs 55 kilograms. But Wang’s exact body measurements are not available.

Similarly, Wang Xin has beautiful black eyes and hair but her dress size and shoe size are not available.

Wang hasn’t inked tattoos on any parts of her body now as of 2022. In addition, Wang simply doesn’t see the necessity for so much ink.

Wang Xin

Caption: Wang Xin training on the ground. Source: Wikimedia Commons

Wang Xin – Social Media

Wang is not available on any other social media sites including Facebook. Similarly, Wang Xin enjoys being present and keeping things private in her personal life. As a result, Wang doesn’t use any social media sites. There are, however, some fake Wang profiles, some of which have been suspended.