Huang Sui

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Huang Sui (黄穗)

Huang Sui (黄穗), the former Chinese National Badminton Team player, now plays for the Australian National Badminton Team.

Born on February 8, 1981 in Hunan Province, Huang started her badminton career in 1988 when she entered the Hunan province Anhua Badminton Technical School. She enrolled in the Hunan Provincial Sports Technical School in 1992. She entered the second echelon of the National Badminton Team in 1997 and made it to the first echelon of the National Badminton Team in 1999.

Huang retired from the Chinese national team at the end of the 2007 and got married in her hometown in December 2008. She and her husband subsequently moved to Sydney, Australia. After a long period of absence, Huang suddenly returned to the arena in April 2012, this time playing for the Australian National Badminton Team.

The following are Huang's main achievements and titles when she played for the Chinese National Badminton Team.

In 1998 she won second place in the women's doubles at the World Youth Championships, at the Swedish Open, and at the All England Open.

In 1999 she was a main member of the Champion Team participating in the Sixth Sudirman Cup, gaining second place in the Women's Doubles, second place in the Mixed Doubles at the Fourth City Games and a second place in the Women's Doubles at the Hong Kong Open.

In 2001 she was a main member of the Champion Team participating in the Seventh Sudirman Cup. She also became the Women's Doubles champion at the All England Open, Women's Doubles champion at the World Championships, gained a second place in the Mixed Doubles at the Ninth National Game and got a third place in the Women's Doubles at the South Korean Open. In addition, she became the Women's Doubles champion at the Japan Open and the Women's Doubles champion at the Asian Championships. Finally she gained third place in the Women's Doubles at the International Super Grand Prix.

In 2002, she became the Women's Doubles champion at the South Korea Open, the China Open, the All England Open and the Indonesia Open. She also gained second place in the Women's Doubles at the Japan Open, second place in Women's Doubles at the Asian Games and second place in the Women's Doubles at the Asian Championships.

In 2003 she became the Women's Doubles champion at the All England Open, the Indonesia Open, the Hong Kong Open, the China Open and the World Championships. She got second place at the Singapore Open and the Malaysia Open.

In 2004 she became champion at the Swiss Open and the All England Open, she was a member of the Champion Team competing in the Uber Cup and she took second place in the Women's Doubles at the Athens Olympic Games.

In 2005 she took second place in the Women's Doubles at the World Championships, became the Women's Doubles champion at the German Open, won the Women's Doubles champion title at the All England Open and took second place in the Women's Doubles at the China Open. Furthermore, she got second place in the Women's Doubles at the Hong Kong Championships, second place in the Women's Doubles at the China Masters Championships, second place in the Women's Doubles at the World Cup, second place in the Women's Doubles at the Malaysia Open and second place in the Women's Doubles at the Singapore Open.

In 2006, she became the Women's Doubles champion at the All England Open, the Women's Doubles champion at the China Masters Championships and the Women's Doubles champion at the Malaysia Open. She gained second place in Women's Doubles at the Chinese Taipei Open, became Women's Doubles champion at the Macau Open and got second place in the Women's Doubles at the Hong Kong Open. She was also the Women's Doubles champion at the World Championships, the Women's Doubles champion at the Japan Open as well as a member of the Champion Team competing in the Uber Cup and Women's Doubles champion at the Doha Asian Games.

In 2007, she became the Women's Doubles champion at the Malaysian Super Contest, Women's Doubles champion at the South Korea Super Contest, Women's Doubles champion at the Thailand Open and Women's Doubles champion at the Macau Open Grand Prix. She also gained third place in the Women's Doubles at the World Rankings.