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Don’t tinker with badminton scoring format: Joo-bong

COPENHAGEN: Japan chief coach Park Joo-bong does not fancy changes to the badminton scoring format, saying it will be a nuisance to the top players and officials.


Chong Wei-Lin Dan rivalry has improved badminton, says Jorgensen

The Lee Chong Wei-Lin Dan mania in badminton has done the sport good, says Jan O Jorgensen of Denmark. And given their age, Jorgensen hopes, fans will continue to enjoy the duo’s strong rivalry while it lasts.


Yong-dae the accidental badminton hero

BUKIT JALIL: As a young boy, Lee Yong-dae of South Korea picked up badminton in a bid to lose weight.


Europe warned of permanent badminton power shift to Asia

BIRMINGHAM: World badminton chief Poul-Erik Hoyer has warned that European players need to find urgent solutions after their disastrous performance at the All-England Open if they want to avoid a permanent power shift to Asia.


Lil’ Margaryan has big dreams in badminton

ALOR SETAR: In a country where football, boxing, wrestling and chess are huge, Armenia’s Knarik Margaryan chose to play badminton instead.


Badminton players still can’t train at venue

KANGAR: The Sukma badminton competition begins on Tuesday, but the players have not had the chance to try out the playing conditions at the tournament venue.


Frost relishes challenge with Malaysian badminton, again

KUCHING: Morten Frost Hansen admitted that it will be a great challenge to chart the future of Malaysian badminton, but he has come prepared.


Japan capture first badminton team gold in 48 years

JAPAN have confirmed their status as the superpower in the women’s badminton in the world by capturing their first team gold at the Asian Games in 48 years.


No Category A, so it’s no go for badminton squad to Asiad

KUALA LUMPUR: The Olympic Council of Malaysia (OCM) have stood firm on its decision to place the women’s badminton team under Category B for the Indonesian Asian Games in August.


Malaysians out to spoil Malaysia’s badminton party

PETALING JAYA: Two former Malaysian coaches – Tan Kim Her and Wong Tat Meng – will be out to spoil Malaysia’s badminton party at the Commonwealth Games.