Tine Baun played at Lynge, a small club in North Zealand, Denmark.
10 Facts About Tine Baun
Tine Baun said she really liked traveling around the world and learning other cultures through sports.
Tine Baun made her international debut in 1996 at the Denmark Open, and since finishing her education in 1999, she started playing badminton professionally full time.
At the 2004 Summer Olympics, Baun was eliminated by Petya Nedelcheva in round 32.
Tine Baun won the 2008 Singapore Super Series, beating Zhou Mi in the final.
Tine Baun won the silver medal at the 2008 European Badminton Championships after losing to Huaiwen Xu in the final with a rubber set.
Tine Baun played at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing as the 6th seed.
Tine Baun claimed three titles in 2009, the Malaysia Open by beating the 1st seed, Zhou Mi in the final, the Korea Open by beating Pi Hongyan, and the Denmark Open by beating the 1st seeded, Wang Yihan.
Tine Baun played in the 2009 All England Super Series as the first seed, reaching the final by beating two younger competitors in the quarterfinal and semi-final.
Tine Baun won the gold medal at the 2010 European Badminton Championships after beating Juliane Schenk in the final.