Wu's father Jiauning is a former Chinese national team, he taught her how to play table tennis at. First, she attended a sports school, later a province of the school. At age 19, she started at the University of Shanghai, a study of the economy.
1998 moved to Germany Wu. Here they first played at TSV Röthenbach in table tennis Bundesliga From 2001 to 2013 she was active at FSV Kroppach, then she moved to French club Metz TT. After her naturalization in November 2005, she also played for the German national team. The debut was celebrated on 22 November 2005 in Koblenz in the European Championship qualifier struggle against Greece. They won 3-1 against Maria Mirou. In 2007, she won with Germany at the European Championship bronze medal. She was qualified in Beijing due to their world ranking for the 2008 Olympic Games. On September 20, 2009, she won the gold medal in the individual competition at the European Championships in Stuttgart. 2012, Wu Jiaduo qualified for the 2012 Summer Olympics in London.
Since 2006, Wu is in the army as a sports soldier in the sports promotion group Cologne.
- European Champion in women's singles: 2009
- Third European Championship with the women's team: 2007
- Third parties, the European Championships in women's doubles: 2007 ( with Elke Wosik )
- Winner at the German Championships in women's singles and doubles: 2012
- Second the German Championship in the women's singles: 2011
- Third in the German Championship in the women's singles: 2007
- German champion in women's doubles: 2006 ( with Nicole Struse )
- German team champion: 2005 ( with the FSV Kroppach )
- Winner of the Europe Top 12 2012 in Lyon
- Third parties at the European Top 12, 2008 in Frankfurt
- Third in the Europe Top 12 2009 Dusseldorf
Results from the ITTF database