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Soon Kit boys – Wooi Yik-Zi Heng hope to win at Asian junior meet

PETALING JAYA: It has been eight years since Malaysia last bagged the boys’ doubles title at the Asian Junior Badminton Championships. Tough it may be but Ooi Zi Heng-Soh Wooi Yik hope to end the long wait.


Lost Kok Siang finds new life with Thien How

KUALA LUMPUR: Former world junior champion Teo Kok Siang has found a new leash of life since leaving the Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) and has forged a partnership with Hoon Thien How.


Liew Daren leaves BAM with one regret (updated)

GENTING: Former world No. 10 Liew Daren has resigned from the Badminton Association of Malaysia, with a bitter memory he won't soon forget.


BAM calm as four more players quit

KUALA LUMPUR: The Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) are not worried despite losing four more players from their set-up.


Muar City thrash Klang United 15-0 in Purple League

KUALA LUMPUR: Muar City BC rode on the strength of their Korean badminton stars to stay in the lead in the Resorts World Genting Purple League.


Frost: Jin Wei could break top 10 before 20

KUALA LUMPUR: Fifteen-year-old shuttler Goh Jin Wei can buck the trend and be a hit after her World Junior Championships success.


Men's doubles department in dire need of rebuilding

KUALA LUMPUR: Morten Frost wants to hire a top-class coach in a bid to stop the rot in the men’s doubles department.


Jinn Hwa hopes training with seniors will boost junior title chances

KUALA LUMPUR: Shuttler Tan Jinn Hwa is all excited about training with the seniors for one full month.


Time is running out for doubles pair Kah Ming-Yao Han

Shuttlers Chooi Kah Ming-Ow Yao Han have three months to prove themselves, or they will be split up. And their test begins Wednesday – at the Thailand Open Grand Prix Gold in Bangkok.


After 10 world titles, Liek Hou is now looking to win first Olympic gold

At first glance, a stout Cheah Liek Hou looks just like any other ordinary badminton player. He's not. He's a 10-time world champion.