China-born Zheng, first home to Singapore and now America

Zhang Beiwen of the US plays against Akane Yamaguchi of Japan during the women's singles quarter-final of the Singapore Open badminton tournament in Singapore on April 14, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Roslan RAHMAN

Multimedia desk Today we are talking about, India Open badminton champion Bevan Zheng of The 27-year-old American star star has come a long way in a short span of time and achieved major achievement in her career. Zheng of 5 feet 6 inches is currently ranked 11th in the women’s singles.

Although they had lost two places in last year’s match, they used to be 21st in the initial round. This right-handed player won a bronze medal in the World Junior Championships.Then won the bronze in Asian Games.

Zheng was born on 12 July 1990 in Liaoning Province of Liaoning (China). Badminton inherits them Both father and mother used to play amateur badminton and he was very fond of watching the big players match. This is the reason that Zheng always used to be together while playing or playing matches. Slowly, Zheng started taking interest in this game.

At the age of 7, he took admission in the Academy for badminton training. Just two years of regular training gave Zheng career a new direction. They used to practice 1-1 hours every morning and evening session. Father Zheng wanted to make a badminton star player. This wish brought them to Singapore.

At the age of 13, Zheng made a new start to his career from Singapore. At the age of 23, when Zheng had to leave Singapore and went along with the family to America and today is representing the American national team in the international championship.


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