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Hard for singles shuttlers to get out of comfort zone – but Misbun’s cracking the whip

KUALA LUMPUR: National badminton men’s singles head coach Datuk Misbun Sidek wants Soong Joo Ven and Cheam June Wei to start proving their worth.


Xuerui believes she has what it takes to qualify for Tokyo 2020

WHEN the going gets tough, the tough gets going.


Smoother path ahead

PETALING JAYA: Malaysian professional shuttler Iskandar Zulkarnain Zainuddin believes he has finally put a rough start to the new year behind him.


You let us down!

PETALING JAYA: National men’s singles trio Soong Joo Ven, Cheam June Wei and Lim Chi Wing were sent to the Lingshui China Masters in the hope that they would secure good results and improve their world rankings — but they all failed miserably.


Xuerui strengthens China’s challenge in Uber Cup Finals

PETALING JAYA: China have called up 2012 London Olympic champion Li Xuerui to beef up their challenge in Uber Cup Finals in Bangkok, Thailand, from May 20-27.


Tang Jie gets off to two winning starts in the Australian Open

PETALING JAYA: Shuttler Chen Tang Jie enjoyed double winning starts at the Australian Open badminton tournament in Sydney.


Vivian and new partner clear first-round hurdle in NZ

PETALING JAYA: National women’s doubles ace Vivian Hoo played with a fourth different partner but it did not stop her from getting off to a winning start at the New Zealand Open badminton tournament.


Iskandar overtakes Zii Jia as national No. 2 ahead of Thomas Cup Finals

PETALING JAYA: National men’s singles head coach Datuk Misbun Sidek is cool with having Iskandar Zulkarnain Zainuddin lining up as the national No. 2 for the Thomas Cup Finals in Bangkok from May 20-27.


Zii Jia vows to get his act right after several letdowns

PETALING JAYA: Shuttler Lee Zii Jia has yet to live up to his national No. 2 men’s singles status and he is not shy to admit that.


Wei Feng fails to reach China Masters final

PETALING JAYA: Chong Wei Feng’s hopes of reaching his first final in two years went up in smoke.