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PUTRAJAYA: Japanese ace shuttler Kento Momota will spend another night at Putrajaya Hospital as doctors continue to monitor his recovery from his road accident injuries.
PUTRAJAYA: World No. 1 Kento Momota (pic) is the overwhelming favourite for Tokyo Olympics and hopes are high on him to win a gold medal in his home country. It looks like the men’s singles gold is his to lose, going by his dominant form.
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.
JAPAN’S Kento Momota claimed himself “unfit” after powering his way to the Perodua Malaysian Masters victory.
MEN’S singles coach Hendrawan has called for patience from the Malaysian badminton fans, insisting that Lee Zii Jia remains a work in progress.
KUALA LUMPUR: Japan’s No. 1 men’s singles shuttler Kento Momota ended his wait for a first title in Malaysia when he defeated Denmark’s Viktor Axelsen in the Perodua Malaysian Masters final on Sunday (Jan 12).
IT’S was still a mismatch as Lee Zii Jia fell short in his bid to get the better of maestro Kento Momota of Japan in the international stage.
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia's challenge in the Perodua Malaysian Masters came to an abrupt end in the semi-finals with the exits of shuttlers Lee Zii Jia and Chan Peng Soon-Goh Liu Ying at the Axiata Arena in Bukit Jalil on Saturday (Jan 11).
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.