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Tough draw for Malaysian shuttlers in individual events

SINGAPORE: Winning gold in the individual events in badminton will be an uphill task for Malaysia.


V Shem-Wee Kiong do it the hard way in Aussie Open

PETALING JAYA: When the going gets tough, only then, Goh V Shem-Tan Wee Kiong gets going. The Malaysians survived a tough test to reach the men’s doubles second round at the Australian Open badminton championships.


Wei Feng the sole singles survivor in Aussie Open

PETALING JAYA: Two down and one remain. The odds seemed stacked against Malaysia making much headway in men’s singles at the RM2.7mil Australian Open badminton tournament.


Indonesia throw young guns into SEA Games badminton competition

KUALA LUMPUR: Indonesia will parade many new faces in the badminton competition at the Singapore SEA Games from June 5-16.


BAM TD Frost wants a 'triple double' in world rankings

KUALA LUMPUR: Morten Frost has thrown down the gauntlet to the national men’s doubles shuttlers. The BAM technical director is hoping to see three pairs in the world’s top 20 in 12 months.


Hee Chun-Kok Siang hope for better fortunes in Australian Open

KUALA LUMPUR: National doubles shuttler Teo Kok Siang is hoping for a reversal of fortune at the richest Superseries tournament – the US$750,000 (RM2.7mil) Australian Open – in Sydney.


Chong Wei excited to be back in SEA Games

KUALA LUMPUR: He’s the oldest shuttler in the SEA Games squad but he’s just as excited as a newbie.


The door still open for Boon Heong-Kien Keat to don national colours

KUALA LUMPUR: The door is still wide open for former internationals Tan Boon Heong-Koo Kien Keat to represent Malaysia in major tournaments.


Jin Wei vows to perform at SEA Games

KUALA LUMPUR: Playing in two events in her first SEA Games is a big thing for Malaysia’s youngest shuttler, Goh Jin Wei.


V Shem-Wee Kiong can bounce back at Australian Open

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia’s top men’s doubles shuttlers Goh V Shem-Tan Wee Kiong have been handed a quick chance to arrest their problems with inconsistency.