KUALA LUMPUR: World No. 1 Lee Chong Wei has some advice for Iskandar Zulkarnain Zainuddin and Goh V Shem-Tan Wee Kiong ahead of this week's Hong Kong Open. He wants his team-mates to persevere and focus on their own game. At last week's China ... Malaysia MSN, 1 week ago
Iskandar confident in Denmark Open, Wei Feng in main draw - TheStar.com.my, 1 month ago
PETALING JAYA: Denmark's Jan O Jorgensen has apologised to Iskandar Zulkarnain Zainuddin and insisted he wasn't being disrespectful when he tossed a shirt emblazoned with the Malaysian flag during their China Open semi-final clash, prompting an ...TheStar.com.my, 1 week ago Oh shirt! Jan sorry over tossing Iskandar's tee with Malaysia flag Mid Day, 1 week ago China Open champion Jan O Jorgensen apologises for Malaysian flag controversy Firstpost.com, 1 week ago O dear! Jorgensen sorry over Malaysia shirt row Free Malaysia Today, 1 week ago
PETALING JAYA: There are always lessons to be learnt from every defeat. So, what did Iskandar Zulkarnain Zainuddin learn from his Saturday's 20-22, 22-20, 7-21 men's singles semi-final loss to world No. 6 Jan O Jorgensen of Denmark in the China ...TheStar.com.my, 1 week ago Malaysia's challenge in China Open ends Borneo Post Online, 1 week ago Iskandar loses China semis Sabah Daily Express, 1 week ago (Badminton) Iskandar Zainuddin is last Msian standing at China Open New Straits Times, 2 weeks ago
Iskandar Zulkarnain Zainuddin, out in first round of Denmark Open. — Bernama file pic PUTRAJAYA, Oct 23 — National shuttlers are reminded to show consistent performance failing which they should make way for younger players. Badminton ...Malay Mail, 1 month ago BAM want back-up shuttlers to start winning or ... TheStar.com.my, 1 month ago Zulfadli goes one up on BAM shuttlers with second title in Russia TheStar.com.my, 1 month ago
KUALA LUMPUR: Iskandar Zulkarnain Zainuddin's fairytale run at the China Open came to an end when he crashed out in the semi-finals on Saturday. The 25-year-old men's singles, however, can take pride in his performance, as he dragged World No 6 ...New Straits Times, 1 week ago (Badminton) Iskandar Zulkarnain powers on to semi-finals of China Open New Straits Times, 2 weeks ago
Chong Wei has withdrawn from the US$300,000 Superseries tournament at the Pierre Coubertin Stadium with a leg injury. PARIS: It's lights out for Lee Chong Wei and Iskandar Zulkarnain Zainuddin at the French Open. World No. 1 and top seed ...TheStar.com.my, 1 month ago Chong Wei's Dubai Finals spot in jeopardy Sabah Daily Express, 2 weeks ago Chong Wei's Superseries Finals spot in jeopardy TheStar.com.my, 2 weeks ago Injured Peng Soon soldiers on to seal Superseries Finals spot with Liu Ying TheStar.com.my, 2 weeks ago
[Video] Danish Badminton Player Throws Jersey With Jalur Gemilang On The Ground, Calls Nat'l Player Iskandar 'Lee Chong Wei'
:39 View Comments Danish badminton player Jan Jorgensen is well-known for his unruly oncourt antics which many might find amusing but what he did in last Saturday's match against Malaysian national player Iskandar Zulkarnain Zainuddin went ...Malaysian Digest, 1 week ago Shirt-throwing Jorgensen earns ire of M'sian fans Sabah Daily Express, 1 week ago Danish badminton ace riles up Malaysians by throwing Jalur Gemilang shirt [VIDEO] New Straits Times, 1 week ago Young Players Should Be Given Exposure To Succeed - Chong Wei Malaysian Digest, 3 weeks ago
Iskandar is scheduled to meet sixth ranked Jan O Jorgensen of Denmark. — Bernama pic KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 18 — National singles player Iskandar Zulkarnain Zainuddin sprang a surprise by beating 24th ranked player in the world at the China Open ...Malay Mail, 2 weeks ago Iskandar Zukarnain through to China Open quarterfinal Malay Mail, 2 weeks ago
PETALING JAYA: Former international Mohd Hafiz Hashim has a chance to be the national men's singles champion for the first time. In the draw for the National Grand Prix Finals, released by the Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) yesterday, ...TheStar.com.my, 17 hours ago
PETALING JAYA: Sometimes, it's good when you have nothing to lose. Just ask Malaysian men's doubles pair Ong Yew Sin-Teo Ee Yi. The pair, who came through two rounds of qualifiers, took their game up a notch to stun fifth seeds and world No.TheStar.com.my, 1 week ago
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