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Using sand as a medium to entertain and tell stories is a legacy this father is passing on to his two children.
THE big match is on! It was a dream come true for Malaysian badminton fans when local hero Lee Zii Jia set up a mouth-watering semi-final clash against world No. 1 Kento Momota.Zii Jia earn his shot at the Japanese superstar by taking down another big name – China’s Shi Yuqi – 12-21,21-16,21-19 in a pulsating 69-minute last-eight encounter yesterday.
TAIWAN’s world No. 1 Tai Tzu-ying was wearing a huge smile after dumping reigning world champion P.V. Sindhu to reach the women’s singles semi-finals.She exacted sweet revenge on the Indian with a convincing 21-16,21-16 win in the last eight yesterday.
IT’S not all about the Olympics for men’s doubles specialist Lee Yong-dae (pic). The South Korean has vowed to keep playing competitive badminton although he admits that his hopes of making his fourth Olympic appearance in Tokyo from July 24-Aug 9 is as good as over.
THE Tokyo Olympics qualification period only ends on April 30, but a buoyed Chan Peng Soon believes he and partner Goh Liu Ying can secure their spot one month before the cut-off date.
National shuttler Zii Jia beats China's Shi Yuqi to book semi-final spot in Perodua Malaysian Masters
KUALA LUMPUR: Lee Zii Jia played one of the best matches of his career to upstage world No. 8 Shi Yuqi of China and book his place in the semi-finals of the Perodua Malaysian Masters at the Axiata Arena in Bukit Jalil on Friday (Jan 8).
SPAIN’S badminton star Carolina Marin is out to prove just why she is a defending Olympic champion and three-time world title holder.
SOUTH Korean teenage sensation An Se-young is young, talented and ready to rule the world of badminton.
FOR independent shuttlers, performing well in tournaments is a matter of “life and death”. Decent results not only bring good prize money but also mean a higher chance of attracting sponsorships.
NATIONAL men’s singles ace Lee Zii Jia is starting to gain himself a name as a “killer” on the court.Just two weeks ago, a video showing his amazing backhand kill had world No. 1 Kento Momota rooted went viral, and was viewed by 10 million people.