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Chen Qingchen (born 23 June 1997) is a Chinese badminton player. In 2016, her coach was Li Yongbo. Her badminton partner is Jia Yifan, and for mixed doubles her partner was Zheng Siwei. She ended the 2016 BWF Season by winning the BWF Most Promising Player of the Year, also completed her success by winning doubles title at the 2016 BWF Superseries Finals in women's and mixed doubles respectively. In 2017, she was awarded as the BWF Best Female Player of the Year, after came to Dubai World Superseries Finals as the first seeded both in women's and mixed doubles, and also won the women's doubles gold and mixed doubles silver medals at the 2017 BWF World Championships in Glasgow, Scotland.

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  • Chen Qingchen (born 23 June 1997) is a Chinese badminton player. In 2016, her coach was Li Yongbo. Her badminton partner is Jia Yifan, and for mixed doubles her partner was Zheng Siwei. She ended the 2016 BWF Season by winning the BWF Most Promising Player of the Year, also completed her success by winning doubles title at the 2016 BWF Superseries Finals in women's and mixed doubles respectively. In 2017, she was awarded as the BWF Best Female Player of the Year, after came to Dubai World Superseries Finals as the first seeded both in women's and mixed doubles, and also won the women's doubles gold and mixed doubles silver medals at the 2017 BWF World Championships in Glasgow, Scotland.
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  • Chen Qingchen (born 23 June 1997) is a Chinese badminton player. In 2016, her coach was Li Yongbo. Her badminton partner is Jia Yifan, and for mixed doubles her partner was Zheng Siwei. She ended the 2016 BWF Season by winning the BWF Most Promising Player of the Year, also completed her success by winning doubles title at the 2016 BWF Superseries Finals in women's and mixed doubles respectively. In 2017, she was awarded as the BWF Best Female Player of the Year, after came to Dubai World Superseries Finals as the first seeded both in women's and mixed doubles, and also won the women's doubles gold and mixed doubles silver medals at the 2017 BWF World Championships in Glasgow, Scotland.
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