CYBERJAYA: A whopping RM2mil. That's the amount will be backing independent men's doubles pair Koo Kien Keat-Tan Boon Heong in their quest for a third successive Olympic appearance. The lucrative deal secured by the pair with property developer ... TheStar.com.my, 4 days ago
Kien Keat-Boon Heong Eye Olympic Spot After Resuming Partnership - Malaysian Digest, 4 days ago
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Former world number one badminton pair Tan Boon Heong and Koo Kien Keat, are making a comeback at the Australian Open Championships in May. The pair who left the Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM), are in the process of tying up sponsorship ...Malaysian Insider, 2 weeks ago Caution ahead, Malaysian badminton under reconstruction TheStar.com.my, 1 week ago Frost: No quick fix Sabah Daily Express, 1 week ago Malaysia should not expect a world champion for now: Morten Frost New Straits Times, 1 week ago
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KUALA LUMPUR: The Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) sees the resignation of national doubles ace Tan Boon Heong as a blessing in disguise. Boon Heong's decision to quit on Wednesday will see the return of two former world junior doubles ...TheStar.com.my, 1 month ago Doubles player Boon Heong quits BAM TheStar.com.my, 1 month ago
PETALING JAYA: Hoon Thien How has admitted his decision to quit the national team may not be the best move. The 28-year-old was among three top men's doubles shuttlers who left the Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) alongside Tan Boon Heong ...TheStar.com.my, 4 days ago
KUALA LUMPUR: Mak Hee Chun is ready to hit it off again with Teo Kok Siang. The duo had played together as youngsters and were the 1998 world junior doubles champions. After that, they went separate ways. With Tan Boon Heong quitting the ...TheStar.com.my, 1 month ago Kok Siang open to reunion with former partner Hee Chun TheStar.com.my, 1 month ago Mak Hee Chun returns to national fold with Olympic dream TheStar.com.my, 1 month ago
KUALA LUMPUR: Festivals usually mean athletes get a chance to put their legs up and gorge on glorious dishes and cookies. Too bad that isn't the case with national men's doubles shuttlers Tan Wee Kiong and Goh V Shem. Instead of enjoying ...TheStar.com.my, 1 month ago
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