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Heartfelt welcome for returning shuttlers

SEPANG: About 200 family members and supporters showed up at Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) to welcome the return of the Thomas and Uber Cup teams.

No cup but they still made us proud

PETALING JAYA: Although the Thomas Cup remains outside Malaysia’s grasp, tributes still flowed for the gallant Malaysian team, particularly captain Liew Daren.

Liew vows to rise from setback

PETALING JAYA: Although he failed to capitalise on the opportunity when it mattered most, Liew Daren is undaunted by the painful setback in his career.

Warriors congratulated for giving their best

PETALING JAYA: Politicians from both sides of the divide took to Twitter immediately after the game, congratulating the Malaysian team on a battle well fought.

Thomas Cup: So near yet so far

Malaysia failed in its quest to bring back the Thomas Cup after a 22-year wait. The team lost 2-3 to Japan in the final at New Delhi in one of the most keenly contested finals of the Cup.

Thomas Cup: Malaysia, Japan draw

Lee Chong Wei gave Malaysia a winning start in the quest to recapture the prestigious Thomas Cup by winning the first game against Japan. The second game, however, went to Japan in a three-set thriller.

Kedah players disappoint fans

TWO Kedah shuttlers qualified for the finals of the Maybank National Circuit Grand Prix but failed to win their respective crowns at the Kedah BA hall in Jalan Suka Menanti.

Will the next Chong Wei please step forward?

IT may have only been a silver medal, but you would not have guessed it judging by the electrifying reception national shuttler Datuk Lee Chong Wei received upon arrival at KLIA.

Game for gold in Rio

Datuk Lee Chong Wei wants another shot at Olympic gold — if he is physically up to it in four years at the Rio Games. For now, though, his focus is on the 2013 World Championships, the 29-year-old said at a rousing homecoming at the KLIA.

Malaysia clears first Thomas Cup hurdle

MACAU: Malaysia, led by World No 1 Lee Chong Wei, defeated Hong Kong 3-2 in their opening Group D tie of the Thomas Cup Asian Zone qualifying tournament in Macau.