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BWF come under fire again from Christensen and Joo-bong

THIS will be Peter-Gade Christensens last Thomas Cup Finals. And the great Dane has one wish: that the Badminton World Federation (BWF) be more professional in deciding on the format and scheduling of Thomas Cup Finals matches.

Red invasion at mass workout

IT was a sea of red when some 500 people, clad in bright red T-shirts, participated in the Jazzaerobics Competition organised by the Tunku Abdul Rahman College in Tanjung Bungah, Penang.

Sikh sports festival next month

AFTER 14 long years, Selangor have been given the responsibility to host the 61st Sikh Festival of Sports — the Gurdwara Cup — from June 6 to 9.

Zheng Wei ditches golf for badminton

DESPITE an early introduction to golf, emerging talent Wong Zheng Wei finds that playing badminton is more appealing.

BAM plan major structural revamp after the Olympics

A SPECIAL Project 2016 squad. New coaches. New methods. And a brand new attitude.

Furious Taufik bids farewell by blasting team and BWF

INDONESIA’S Taufik Hidayat had some scathing words for his team and the Badminton World Fede-ration (BWF) after his final outing in the Thomas Cup Finals ended in the worst possible way.

Li Na out to end run of frustrations

IT was a year ago that Li Na shot to world celebrity with a history-making win in the French Open women’s singles final at Roland Garros.

Fragility of team exposed after Lee’s withdrawal

LUCK aside, Malaysia’s disappointing outing in the Thomas Cup Finals in Wuhan brutally exposed the country’s over-dependence on one player – Lee Chong Wei.

Hidayat in a huff before London

(Reuters) - Athens Olympic champion Taufik Hidayat has criticised badminton's ruling body in the run-up to this year's London Games after Indonesia crashed out of the Thomas Cup.

Koo and Tan to go separate ways after London Olympics

ALTHOUGH it is not official yet, a break-up after the London Olympics is inevitable for the country’s top doubles pair of Koo Kien Keat-Tan Boon Heong.