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Understanding coach: Park Joo Bong consoling a Japanese player.
Badminton 6h ago

Success is no walk in the Park

THE legendary Park Joo-bong of South Korea is one of badminton’s special ones – revered for his success as both a player and coach. As a doubles great, he has won all the major titles – including the Olympic gold. Joo-bong has also excelled as a coach, transforming Japan into a powerhouse of the game. Starsport’s RAJES PAUL caught up with the 54-year-old former Malaysia chief coach at the Danisa Denmark Open in Odense to discover the ‘secrets’ of his success.

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Badminton 6h ago

India’s Srikanth and Sameer in quarters as Lin Dan and Axelsen crash out

ODENSE: India continued to show that they are serious contenders for the men’s singles title at the Danisa Denmark Open when K. Srikanth and Sameer Verma marched into the quarter-finals – on a day when local hero Viktor Axelsen and Lin Dan of China crashed out.

Shock of the day: K. Srikanth of India sent China’s Lin Dan out of the Denmark Open with an 18-21, 21-17, 21-16 win.
Motorsport 1d ago

Mick Schumacher '100 percent' will be in F1, says Hamilton

AUSTIN, Texas (Reuters) - Michael Schumacher's son Mick is '100 percent' certain to make it to Formula One and when he does it will be great for the sport, world champion Lewis Hamilton said on Thursday.

Badminton 1d ago

Rigid BWF rules baffle former doubles ace Lundgaard

ODENSE: Laying down rules is important but the Badminton World Federation (BWF) have been urged to be flexible for the good of the sport.

Badminton 18 Oct 2018

Former Denmark coach believes Chinese ace is past his prime

ODENSE: China’s Lin Dan is one of the Famous Four players still making his presence felt in the international badminton stage.

Football 15h ago

Keita to miss Liverpool's trip to Huddersfield

(Reuters) - Liverpool will be without injured midfielder Naby Keita for Saturday's Premier League trip to Huddersfield Town but defender Virgil van Dijk has recovered from a rib problem, manager Juergen Klopp said on Friday.

Tennis 12h ago

Tennis-Osaka drawn in tough group in WTA Finals debut

(Reuters) - U.S. Open champion Naomi Osaka faces a potentially tough test in her debut appearance at the WTA Finals after being drawn in the same group as Angelique Kerber and Sloane Stephens on Friday.

Football 13h ago

Mourinho vows to be on best behaviour at Stamford Bridge

(Reuters) - Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has promised to show plenty of restraint and respect if he inflicts a first Premier League defeat of the season on his former side Chelsea on Saturday.

Badminton 22h ago

India rising in Denmark Open as Lin Dan, Axelsen crash out

ODENSE: India continue to show that they are serious contenders for the men's singles title at the Danisa Denmark Open when K. Srikanth and Sameer Verma marched into the quarter-finals – in a day when local hero Viktor Axelsen and Lin Dan of China crashed out.

Football 12h ago

Zaha fitness to be assessed ahead of Everton clash

(Reuters) - Crystal Palace winger Wilfried Zaha will be assessed before Sunday's Premier League clash at Everton after sustaining a muscle strain on international duty last week, manager Roy Hodgson said on Friday.


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