Yu Yao Chen, second line of the Chinese national men’s volleyball team, is called “the male god” by netizens thanks to his handsome face, 6-pack body and 1.95 m height. According to Baidu News, Yu Yao Chen was born in 1995 in Anshan City, Liaoning Province, China. Volleyball is an Olympic sport, in which two teams are separated by a net. Each team tries to score points by getting the ball to touch the opponent’s field in accordance with the rules.
His mother and sister-in-law are all professional volleyball athletes. Yu practiced volleyball since he was 10 years old at Liaoning Provincial Sports School. Three years later, he moved to Zhenjiang City, Jiangsu Province and received professional volleyball training at Zhenjiang Sports School.
In 2010, Yu Yao Chen joined the men’s Jiangsu 2 volleyball team when he was 15 years old. A year later, he competed at the 19th China-Japan-Korea Young Games. Yu was called to the Chinese youth volleyball team in 2012. The 1995-born boy marked Pressed in the 2012 Asian Men’s Volleyball Championship with the title “Best 2”.
In 2013, Yu and his team won the 13th World U19 Men’s Volleyball Championship. He won the title of “Best 2” at the Asian U20 Men’s Volleyball Championship 2014, while the team Chinese young people become runners. That same year, he was named in the Jiangsu men’s volleyball team.
In February 2016, Yu Yao Chen was voted the most outstanding athlete of the Chinese men’s volleyball tournament, the 2015-2016 season. Currently 9X has the number 9 shirt of the Chinese national team that competes at the FIVB 2019 men’s volleyball championship in the world. Yu Yao Chen has a small fish nickname, Chenchen. The 1.95 m tall player is called “male god” by a female fan thanks to his handsome face and 6-pack body.
Yu Yao Chen is quite reticent at the personal Weibo site without sharing many photos of himself. “The male god of volleyball” also rarely accepted to join the TV show.