Unfit shuttlers face ban under new BAM rule


P(BRIEF CAPTION): Chong Wei Feng of Malaysia's hero lies down on the court while in action against Korea Jeon Hyeok Jin at Total BWF Thomas Cup Finals 2016 at Kunshan, China on 17th May 2016. Star pic by: CHAN BOON KAI/ The Star/ (17th May 2016)

PETALING JAYA: Finally, the Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) are ready to crack down on unfit shuttlers.

Starting from April next year, all shuttlers who fail BAM’s fitness test will be barred from competing in three tournaments.

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Badminton , Morten Frost , Fitness , Rosman Razak , BAM

   

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