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One more week of treatment in Taiwan for Chong Wei before he returns home

KUALA LUMPUR: National No. 1 men’s singles shuttler Lee Chong Wei will complete another week of medical treatment in Taiwan before heading back home.

Chong Wei eager to return home from Taiwan

Deputy PM Wan Azizah is BAM’s new patron, Rexy shortlisted for top post

KUALA LUMPUR: Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Ismail is the Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM)’s new patron. And Rexy Mainaky of Indonesia is one of the candidates shortlisted for the coaching director post.

BAM's president Datuk Seri Norza Zakaria having a chat with BAM's new patron Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Ismail.

BAM look set to appoint new patron and Rexy for top post

PETALING JAYA: A badminton supremo and a new patron are set to be appointed by the Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) today.

Kian Meng-Pei Jing turn on the heat in opener

PETALING JAYA: Mixed doubles pair Tan Kian Meng-Lai Pei Jing displayed one of their best performance in recent times to reach the second round of the China Open in Changzhou.

Way to go: Tan Kian Meng (left) and Lai Pei Jing beat Niclas Nohr-Sara Thygesen of Denmark 22-20, 21-18 in the first round of the China Open in Changzhou yesterday.

Yew Sin-Ee Yi bring cheer to Malaysian camp in China

PETALING JAYA: National doubles shuttlers Ong Yew Sin-Teo Ee Yi served up the only cheer for Malaysia on the opening day of the China Open in Changzhou.

Aaron and Ee Wei smash their way to two golds each

SHUTTLER Aaron Chia and Toh Ee Wei were on a class of their own in their final outing at the Malaysia Games (Sukma).

What a feat: Melaka’s Aaron Chia (left) and Toh Ee Wei celebrating after winning the mixed doubles final against Soh Wooi Yik-Wong Kha Yan yesterday.

Selangor shuttler Aidil stuns top seed Jun Hao

FORGET Jack the giant slayer – just look at Aidil Sholeh Ali Sadikin (pic).

Vivian sets out on a new journey after split with Khe Wei

PETALING JAYA: National doubles shuttler Vivian Hoo is ready for a new journey with youngster Yap Cheng Wen after ending her partnership with Woon Khe Wei.

On the podium: Vivian Hoo (right) and Yap Cheng Wen after winning the silver medal in the Hyderabad Open last week. — AFP

Nothing more satisfying for Momota than being crowned at home

PETALING JAYA: A determined Kento Momota restored his battered pride at home by becoming his nation’s first-ever men’s singles badminton champion in the Japan Open in Tokyo.

Champions: Japan’s Kento Momota and Spain’s Carolina Marin emerged men’s and women’s  singles winners in the Japan Open badminton tournament yesterday. — AFP

One gold is not enough for Thinaah

INSATIABLE is a word that best describes M. Thinaah (pic).

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