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PETALING JAYA: The Chinese shuttlers are taking no chances with the Covid-19 oubreak. Their national badminton team have flown to England and based themselves in Nottingham to prepare for the back-to-back German Open and All-England in March.
PETALING JAYA: Will the All-England from March 11-15 lose its prestige without the participation of Chinese shuttlers?
PETALING JAYA: The Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) have assured Lee Zii Jia (pic) that he will not be short of quality sparring partners.
PETALING JAYA: The Perodua Malaysian Masters ended without any home winners for the third straight year. But it was not entirely a letdown as Lee Zii Jia is beginning to show that he’s on his way to becoming a world-class player after a giant-killing run that saw him reach the semi-finals. Here are five talking points of the tournament.
PUTRAJAYA: Malaysian badminton legend Lee Chong Wei believes former rival Kento Momota is strong enough to overcome the traumatic episode of being involved in a fatal road accident – and make a strong comeback before the Olympics.
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).
Denmark’s men’s singles shuttler Viktor Axelsen (pic) has declared himself injury-free as he bids to end his wait for the Olympic gold medal. The 26-year-old who was forced out of last year’s World Champion-ships in Basel by persistent back and leg pains that dogged him in June said he he is now free of pain and feeling fresh enough to push for the coveted gold.
ALL eyes will be on world No. 1 Kento Momota when the men’s singles competition of the Perodua Malaysian Masters gets under way today.The 25-year-old Japanese was in sensational form last year, winning a record-breaking 11 titles out of the 12 finals, including the three major ones – the World Championships, All-England and World Tour Finals.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Thomas Cup, last won in 1992, has long been Malaysia’s dream. But even qualifying for the Finals will be a tough task, Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) coaching director Wong Choong Hann has warned.
GENTING HIGHLANDS: It was truly a nostalgic and fun night for about 1,500 badminton fans as Lee Chong Wei wowed the crowd with an entertaining display at the Arena of Stars here on Saturday (Dec 28).