|Born|| 19 November 1982
|Title||International Master (2007)
Woman Grandmaster (2003)
|Peak rating||2438 (October 2000)|
Wang Yu (Chinese: 王瑜; born 19 November 1982 in Tianjin) is a Chinese chess player who holds the FIDE titles of International Master (IM) and Woman Grandmaster (WGM).
In 1996, Wang won the World Under-14 Girls Championship and in 1998, won the World U16 Girls Championship. In 1999, she won the Asian Junior Girls Championship in Vũng Tàu. Wang finished runner-up at the World Under-18 Girls Championship of 2000.
Wang played for the B team in 1999 and for the first team in 2003 at the Women's Asian Team Chess Championship (overall record is 11 games: +6, =2, -3). She also played for the Chinese women's team at the World Team Chess Championship in Beersheba (overall record was 6 games:+0, =2, -4). In 2006 Wang Yu was a member of the Chinese team which won the bronze medal at the Women's 37th Chess Olympiad (played 4 games in total: +1, =1, -2).
Wang was part of the women's team in the 2007 China-Russia Summit Match.
In 2007, she gained the International Master (IM) title. She achieved her IM norms at:
In 2003, she gained the Woman Grandmaster (WGM) title. She achieved her WGM norms at: