Step it up: Goh V Shem (right) and Tan Wee Kiong are leading Malaysia’s charge in the men’s doubles at the World Badminton Championships in Glasgow.

It’s only gold that matters

KUALA LUMPUR: National men’s doubles coach Jeremy Gan expects nothing but the gold from Goh V Shem-Tan Wee Kiong at the World Badminton Championships which begins in Scotland today.

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Chong Wei out of World Championships

22 August 2017

KUALA LUMPUR: Lee Chong Wei's dream to become a world champion is over.

South Korea's Son advances in world championships

22 August 2017

(Reuters) - Badminton world number one Son wan-ho eased past Finland's Kalle Koljonen 21-14 21-16 in the opening round of the BWF World Championships in Glasgow on Monday.

Soniia will not be in charitable mood against Myanmar

22 August 2017

NATIONAL No. 1 women’s singles shuttler Soniia Cheah is the new ambassador for Solibad – Badmin­ton Without Borders – which focuses on charity work.

Chuan Leong- Keen Hoo expected to cruise past rivals Laos

22 August 2017

SNOOKER aces Rory Thor Chuan Leong and Moh Keen Hoo are expected to give Malaysia a roaring start in the men’s doubles at the Kuala Lumpur Conven­tion Centre today.

Letshanaa leads Selangor to Under-19 inter-state title

20 August 2017

KUALA LUMPUR: K. Letshanaa turned out to be the star for Selangor in the Under-19 inter-state mixed team badminton championships in Kota Baru.

We’re quite a pair: Barring any upsets, Tan Kian Meng (left) and Lai Pei Jing should face 2013 world champions Tontowi-Lilyana Natsir in the mixed doubles quarter-finals of the World Championships. — Bernama

Kian Meng believes he and Pei Jing can cause a big upset in Glasgow

19 August 2017

KUALA LUMPUR: Mixed doubles shuttler Tan Kian Meng does not want to return from the World Championships in Glasgow, Scotland, with regrets.

Expect Japan to have a smashing time in Scotland

19 August 2017

KUALA LUMPUR: This could be Japan’s year at the World Badminton Championships in Glasgow, Scotland.

History awaits Super Dan

18 August 2017

KUALA LUMPUR: China’s Lin Dan has a chance to become the shuttler with the most number of titles at the World Championships.

Coach Eei Hui hoping to keep good run going in Glasgow

18 August 2017

KUALA LUMPUR: Former international Chin Eei Hui hopes to be third time lucky as a coach in Glasgow.

Badminton captain hopes to be third time lucky – despite Thai threat

18 August 2017

BADMINTON team captain Chan Peng Soon hopes to be third time lucky at the SEA Games, but he’s wary of the threat posed by Thailand's Dechapol Puava­ranukroh-Sapsiree Taera­ttanachai.

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