Men's single champion in Badminton has always been the center of attention among the badminton players. The world renowned Chinese player Lin, Dan, and the Malaysian player Lee, Zhong-Wei are no doubt the most favorable candidates for the title, therefore, the matches played by Lin and Lee have always been very popular and attracted many spectators. The purpose of the study was to analyze and compare the Badminton singles' performance of Lin and Lee by way of the notational analysis. Video recordings of 4 matches (10 games) played during 2008-1020 where each player won/lost 2 matches (5 games) were analyzed. The positions in the court where a shot was hit / landed were recorded. In addition, a shot which was hit with an attacking (above the net) or defensive (below the net) style was also recorded for every stroke. Data were analyzed with the 2-way and 3-way mixed design ANOVA for statistical tests. The results showed that the general distributions of the shots locations are similar for both players. However, when receiving the forecourt shot, Lin had significantly more shots hit to the backcourt than the forecourt whereas Lee tended to return the shots to the forecourt more. For the points lost, Lin showed equal distribution between the attacking and defensive shots, but there were more points lost from the defensive shots for Lee's performance. In conclusion, Lin and Lee both preferred the low services in their singles' games, but the returning shots from the forecourt showed different preferences. Both players showed similar tactics of winning points from backcourt attacking shots and forecourt defensive shots, but a the high rate of error from these shots were also observed for both players. Notational analysis on the performance of Badminton games provides useful information for adjusting training program to prepare for matches. Future research direction is also discussed.