LIEW Daren, despite not at his best, defeated teammate Goh Soon Huat to claim the Perak Open men's singles title yesterday. The national No 3, who has been criticised for his inability to perform under pressure at the higher stage, came from ... New Straits Times, 1 week ago
PETALING JAYA: Mixed doubles shuttler Chan Peng Soon is not going to lie he's had a poor year by his own standards. The 26-year-old Peng Soon paired up with Ng Hui Lin (his third partner of the year) at the Asian Games last month but they failed ...TheStar.com.my, 2 weeks ago
By | Sports247.my THERE is no denying that World No 1 Datuk Lee Chong Wei is still haunted by his 21-19, 21-19 defeat to China's Chen Long in the men's singles final at this year's World Championships on Aug 31 a title he very much wanted to ...Yahoo! Singapore, 1 month ago Lee Chong Wei continues his gallant run at the World Championships New Straits Times, 1 month ago MALAYSIA'S CHONG WEI MOVES INTO 2ND ROUND OF WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS NAM News Network, 2 months ago Chong Wei eyes first world title New Sabah Times, 2 months ago
PETALING JAYA: Women's doubles pair Vivian Hoo-Woon Khe Wei have been steadily gaining a reputation as multi-sport event specialists. The pair beat fancied Indonesia pair Nitya Krishinda Maheshwari-Greysia Polii to help Malaysia defy the odds and ...TheStar.com.my, 1 month ago Different kind of pressure New Straits Times, 2 months ago
National women singles player Tee Jing Yi admitted she lacked confidence when facing players ranked higher than her. — Bernama pic COPENHAGEN, Aug 29 — The 2014 BWF World Badminton Championships, held here, saw no Malaysian women players ...Malay Mail, 1 month ago
Following are the results of the second day competition at the 2014 World Badminton Championships in Copenhagen on Tuesday (prefix number denotes seeding): Men's singles: 2-Chen Long, China, bt Luka Wraber, Austria, 21-8, 21-10 Ajay Jayaram, ...China.org.cn, 1 month ago
MALAYSIA will have four women's pairs at the World Championships in Copenhagen, but coach Rosman Razak is not having any high hopes. Rosman, when contacted yesterday, said it would be a bonus if any of the pairs get past the last-16 stage at ...New Straits Times, 2 months ago
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