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We’ll get there Soon

PETALING JAYA: National No. 2 mixed doubles pair Goh Soon Huat-Shevon Lai Jemie have a mission to accomplish when they compete in the Hong Kong Open starting today.

On guard: Malaysia’s No. 2 mixed doubles pair Goh Soon Huat and Shevon Lai Jemie can’t afford any more slip-ups after losing in the first round of the Fuzhou China Open last week. — Bernama

Tze Yong pulls off stunning upset as Malaysia finish fifth

PETALING JAYA: Ng Tze Yong earned a timely boost in his bid for a podium finish in the boys’ singles event at the World Junior Championships which gets under way in Markham, Canada, today.

Call it Kento pop as Momota dances to his seventh title

PETALING JAYA: Japan’s badminton superstar Kento Momota continued his rich vein of form by winning the Fuzhou China Open for his seventh title of the season.

Kisona overcomes nausea to fight back and retain title

PETALING JAYA: National women’s singles shuttler S. Kisona has successfully retained the Malaysian International Series title to garner a third title of her career.

A day to remember: S. Kisona fought against sickness and her opponent to retain the Malaysian International Series singles title at the Penang BA Badminton Hall in Bukit Dumbar in Penang yesterday.

Mission accomplished! Chan-Liu Ying qualify for World Tour Finals

PETALING JAYA: National mixed doubles pair Chan Peng Soon-Goh Liu Ying have secured their qualification for the inaugural BWF World Tour Finals in Guangzhou from Dec 12-16.

Confirmed: Malaysian mixed doubles  shuttlers Chan Peng Soon (left) and Goh Liu Ying have booked their berth in the lucrative BWF World Tour Finals in Guangzhou next month.

Kisona has to overcome Taiwanese to retain Malaysian International Series title

PETALING JAYA: National women’s singles shuttler S. Kisona will be hoping to complete a redemption after her injury layoff by successfully defending her Malaysian Inter­national Series title in Penang.

In with a chance: Malaysia’s S. Kisona can retain her Malaysian International Series singles title after going through to the final yesterday.

Zhiyi saves China from jaws of defeat in the semi-finals

PETALING JAYA: Girls’ singles ace Wang Zhiyi came to China’s rescue again as the defending champions edged Japan 3-2 to reach the mixed team final at the World Junior Championships.

Yew Sin-Ee Yi vow to break first-round jinx at Hong Kong Open

PETALING JAYA: Men’s doubles shuttlers Ong Yew Sin-Teo Ee Yi are confident of ending their first-round losing streak when they play in the Hong Kong Open next week.

Determined: Ong Yew Sin (right) and Teo Ee Yi said they intend to break their first-round-loss jinx at next week’s Hong Kong Open.

Momota eyes more after cruising into last four in China

PETALING JAYA: World No. 1 Kento Momota cruises into the final four of the Fuzhou China Open and is on course for his seventh title of the year.

Second stringers step up to help Malaysia vie for fifth spot

PETALING JAYA: Despite resting the top players, Malaysia continued to march for a fifth-place finish in the mixed team event of the World Junior Badminton Championships.

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