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Burning desire

PETALING JAYA: Mixed doubles ace Chan Peng Soon is hoping to be third time lucky in his bid to land his first Indonesian Open title.

Goh-Tan aim to move up rankings to get better seeding at world meet

PETALING JAYA: Goh V Shem-Tan Wee Kiong have two chances to improve on their world ranking before the World Championships in Basel, Switzerland next month.

Strike while the iron’s hot

KUALA LUMPUR: National men’s doubles pair Aaron Chia-Soh Wooi Yik did not wait too long to set new goals after breaking into the world’s top 10.

Daren faces world champion in Indonesian Open first round

PETALING JAYA: Just when things are looking up for Liew Daren, the independent shuttler has received a tough draw at the Indonesian Open.

Zii Jia feels compelled to fill the void left by Chong Wei

KUALA LUMPUR: As one Lee rides into the sunset, another hopes to rise and shine.

BAM still have not given up hope to find next Chong Wei

PETALING JAYA: The Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) are leaving no stone unturned in their quest to unearth the next Lee Chong Wei.

It’s lonely at the top for Zii Jia – so Joo Ven hopes to join him

PETALING JAYA: The outlook looks grim at the moment but shuttler Soong Joo Ven (pic) has vowed to eventually catch up with national No. 1 and teammate Lee Zii Jia.

Shuttlers down to just Peng Soon-Liu Ying and Joo Ven in Australia

PETALING JAYA: Inconsistency remains the biggest problem plaguing Malaysian shuttlers as the Tokyo Olympics qualification campaign gets into full swing.

Labour Down Under – Joo Ven and June Wei earn men’s singles spots

PETALING JAYA: Soong Joo Ven and Cheam June Wei cleared their men’s singles qualifying round hurdles to ensure Malaysia will be well-represented in the event at the Australian Open.

Falling behind

PETALING JAYA: It’s the sad truth but Malaysian badminton is losing its prominence in the world rankings.