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Greysia Polii

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Greysia Polii (Indonesian pronunciation: [ˈgrɛjsi̯a poˈliʔi]; born 11 August 1987) is an Indonesian former badminton player specializing in doubles. She won gold medals in the women's doubles at the 2014 Asian Games, at the 2019 SEA Games and at the 2020 Summer Olympics. She also won three bronze medals at the World Championships in 2015, 2018, and 2019. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Greysia Polii has received more than 481,888 page views. Her biography is available in 23 different languages on Wikipedia. Greysia Polii is the 29th most popular badminton player, the 99th most popular biography from Indonesia and the 10th most popular Indonesian Badminton Player.

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Among badminton players, Greysia Polii ranks 29 out of 81Before her are Mia Audina, Saina Nehwal, Fu Haifeng, Camilla Martin, P. V. Sindhu, and Nozomi Okuhara. After her are Tony Gunawan, Tai Tzu-ying, Mohammad Ahsan, Candra Wijaya, Ratchanok Intanon, and Cai Yun.

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Among people born in 1987, Greysia Polii ranks 464Before her are Olena Pidhrushna, Benny Cristo, Préjuce Nakoulma, O. J. Mayo, Lewis Tan, and Martin Harnik. After her are Liu Hong, Nikita Rukavytsya, Varun Dhawan, Anaïs Bescond, Taťána Kuchařová, and Nicklas Bäckström.

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Among people born in Indonesia, Greysia Polii ranks 99 out of 126Before her are Markis Kido (1984), Yayuk Basuki (1970), Hendra Setiawan (1984), Mia Audina (1979), Rio Haryanto (1993), and Julia Perez (1980). After her are Jessica Iskandar (1988), Tony Gunawan (1975), Chris John (1979), Mohammad Ahsan (1987), Candra Wijaya (1975), and Eka Kurniawan (1975).


Among badminton players born in Indonesia, Greysia Polii ranks 10Before her are Alan Budikusuma (1968), Hendrawan (1972), Rexy Mainaky (1968), Markis Kido (1984), Hendra Setiawan (1984), and Mia Audina (1979). After her are Tony Gunawan (1975), Mohammad Ahsan (1987), Candra Wijaya (1975), Ardy Wiranata (1970), Liliyana Natsir (1985), and Sony Dwi Kuncoro (1984).

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