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Call to hold badminton meets for Indians

MORE badminton tournaments for Indians should be held to upgrade the standard of competitiveness for the community in the sport, says Veteran Indian Badminton Doubles League organiser Vickneswaran K. Subramaniam.

Strong start by Soon Huat but Kepong held by Nusajaya in Purple League

KUALA LUMPUR: National top singles back-up shuttler Goh Soon Huat overcame a hand injury to give Kepong a flying start against Nusajaya in the Kopiko Purple League.

Shuttler Hee Chun in search of a partner

PETALING JAYA: Mak Hee Chun is one shuttler with a big dilemma. The Ipoh-born independent player is currently the national men’s doubles champion, but he doesn’t even have a regular partner.

Muar City crowned Kopiko Purple League champions

PETALING JAYA: Muar City BC have lifted the Kopiko Purple League title with one more round remaining after holding on to their lead.

Undefeated Muar City virtually assured of Purple League title

KUALA LUMPUR: Undefeated Muar City BC are virually assured of being the inaugural winners of the Kopiko Purple League – Malaysia’s first badminton league.

Forging a bond

LOYAL badminton fans and supporters of Klang United Badminton Club (KUBC) got to meet their favourite players who are currently playing in the inaugural Kopiko Purple League (KPL) season.

Serdang’s Purple League Champions Challenge still alive

KUALA LUMPUR: Serdang BC’s bid to secure a top-eight finish in the Kopiko Purple League was given a boost after battling to a 15-8 win over Klang United BC.

Purple League is Muar City’s to lose

PETALING JAYA: The inaugural Kopiko Purple League title is for Muar City Badminton Club to lose after closest challenger Puchong United BC lost in the latest round of the matches on Saturday.

Purple League: Old guards hit purple patch

KUALA LUMPUR: Former internationals Tan Chun Seang and Lee Hyun-il are on a roll – just like the good old times.

Jorgensen moves up to world No. 2, Chong Wei slips

KUALA LUMPUR: Danish Jan O Jorgensen rose to a career-high No. 2 in the world rankings – shoving Lee Chong Wei to No. 3.