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Petaling Jaya BC gets huge injection for Purple League challenge

KUALA LUMPUR: The Petaling Jaya Badminton Club (PJBC) have landed a cool RM1mil sponsorship deal on the spot, thanks to having Lee Chong Wei as their main player for the Kopiko Purple League.

Chong Wei to focus on what he does best – play badminton

KUALA LUMPUR: Shuttler Lee Chong Wei is not easily fazed. He's focused on bouncing back from his recent poor performances and is not bothered about anything else.

Kepong, Cheras on song in Junior Purple League

PETALING JAYA: Kepong Badminton Club and Cheras Badminton Club are the early pace-setters of the Junior Purple League.

Lin Dan's junior coach helms Ampang Jaya BC for Junior Purple League

KUALA LUMPUR: Ampang Jaya BC have roped in He Guo Quan, Lin Dan’s coach during his junior days, to help prepare the team’s charge for glory in next month’s Junior Purple League (JPL).

Star badminton team wins friendly

The Star Media Group Berhad beat Top Glove 3-0 in a badminton friendly match held at Setia Badminton Academy at Section U13, Setia Alam in Shah Alam, recently.

Rashid and Rosman have huge tasks at Sports Affairs Academy

KUALA LUMPUR: Former Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) coaches Rashid Sidek and Rosman Razak are back in business with a private academy.

Young shuttlers get big break with Sudirman Cup nod

KUALA LUMPUR: Youngsters Cheam June Wei and Lim Yin Fun were jumping for joy after being named in the Malaysian team for the Sudirman Cup in Dongguan, China, from May 10-17.

Ex-singles shuttler Kian Meng ready to mix it up

KUALA LUMPUR: Shuttler Tan Kian Meng was skeptical at first, but now he is game to switch from the men’s singles to the mixed doubles.

Ex-BAM player Hafiz coming into good form

PETALING JAYA: Evergreen Muhd Hafiz Hashim could be the short-term solution to Malaysian badminton’s men’s singles crisis.

Frost not worried over snub from coaches

KUALA LUMPUR: There is no need to press the panic button. Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) technical director Morten Frost was cool, calm and collected as he tried to restore some order following the shock exit of two top coaches – Rashid Sidek and Rosman Razak.