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Penang's Khor Wei Tak and Selangor's Mohd Nadri Mohd Nor are within striking distance of places in the national bowling squad. On Friday, the youngsters finished fourth and fifth in the men's division after the first block of 16 games during the national selection roll-off at Pyramid Mega Lanes Friday.
The waiting game is over for shuttler Lee Tsuen Seng. He received the nod Thursday over Mohd Roslin Hashim as one of the three Malaysian men's singles players for the World Championships, which will be held in Birmingham from May 12-18.
The Selangor Open, which will be held at SBA Hall in Kampung Attap next week, will kick off the local badminton circuit for the year #8211; but it will be a lacklustre affair as a host of top national players, including All-England champion Mohd Hafiz Hashim, will be skipping the tournament.
South Korean Lee Hyun-il emerged as the men's singles champion in the Swiss Open badminton championships at the Jakob Sport Hall in Basel yesterday.
Malaysia's All-England men's singles champion Mohd Hafiz Hashim leapfrogged 15 places to No 16 in the world and is now staking a strong claim for a place in the World Championships from May 12-18 in Birmingham.
It's a family affair in Malaysian badminton. Way back, there were the Tans #8211; Aik Huang and Aik Mong and the Choongs #8211; Eddy and David. Then came the Sideks #8211; Misbun, Razif, Jalani, Rashid and Rahman. Now, the day of the Hashims has dawned. And the Latifs could be next.
Neil Cameron, the chief executive of the International Badminton Federation (IBF) has launched an unprecedented attack upon vested interests within his own federation which he believes are damaging the sport's future.
China look capable of equalling their record of being the only country to have won four of the five titles in the All-England Championships in the open era.