Saw Swee Leong (born 16 July 1955 in Penang) is a former Malaysian professional badminton player.

Saw Swee Leong
Personal information
Country Malaysia
Born (1955-07-16) 16 July 1955 (age 64)
Penang, Malaysia
HandednessRight

CareerEdit

Saw Swee Leong supported the Malaysian National Team in the 1976 Thomas Cup. The team made it to the finals before losing to Indonesia by a nine to zero final tally.

Six years later, the team ended up in fifth place in the 1982 Thomas Cup. Losing 5:4 against England in the quarterfinals.

Between the two men's team championships Saw Swee Leong participated in the men's singles at the World Cup in 1980, was defeated there but equal in his opening match against Syed Modi from India.

Sporting AchievementsEdit

Season Event Discipline Place
1976 Thomas Cup Men's Team 2
1980 World Cup Men's Single 33
1982 Thomas Cup Men's Team 5

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