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Badminton 1d ago

Inspirational Olympian

Chong Wei tells StarSport’s TAN MING WAI the reasons behind his comeback and hopes that playing badminton again will erase the painful memories of his struggles with nose cancer.

Badminton 52m ago

Cheh Chang eager to groom Tang Jie- Yen Wei into world beaters

KUALA LUMPUR: There’s no time to waste as mixed doubles head coach Pang Cheh Chang is eager to groom youngsters Chen Tang Jie-Peck Yen Wei into a world-beating combination by end of next year.

Football 1d ago

United's Lukaku weighed down after muscling up

(Reuters) - Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku has attributed his sluggish start to the season to a more muscled physique and said he had been staying out of the gym in a bid to improve his form.

Badminton 52m ago

No clean bill of health for Jun Hao as he’s sidelined again

PETALING JAYA: Former Asian junior champion Leong Jun Hao has been ruled out for another three months due to a hip injury.

Football 19h ago

Ronaldo wants Messi to resume their rivalry in Italy

(Reuters) - Juventus striker Cristiano Ronaldo would like Barcelona's Lionel Messi to leave Spain and rekindle their rivalry by joining him in the Italian top flight.

Football 1h ago

Atletico draw in Bruges to give Dortmund top spot in group

BRUGES (Reuters) - Atletico Madrid were denied top place in Group A of the Champions League on Tuesday after a goalless draw away at Club Bruges in Belgium meant they finished second behind Borussia Dortmund.

Football 2h ago

Porto beat Galatasaray but Turks still finish third in Group D

ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Porto struggled to a 3-2 away victory over Galatasaray in their final Champions League group match on Tuesday but the Turks stayed third in Group D and secured a spot in the Europa League's round of 32.

Badminton 1d ago

Cool cats Peng Soon-Liu Ying not sweating over opponents in Guangzhou

PETALING JAYA: Mixed doubles pair Chan Peng Soon-Goh Liu Ying have been handed a tough draw in the World Tour Finals starting in Guangzhou tomorrow – but the Malaysians are cool about it.

Badminton 52m ago

Denmark’s Astrup-Rasmussen to play as independent shuttlers

PETALING JAYA: Doubles shuttlers Kim Astrup-Anders Skaarup Rasmussen will play as independent shuttlers for the first time at the World Tour Finals in Guangzhou starting today due to some problems back at home with the national body.


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