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Champs separated

WOMENS doubles shuttler Woon Khe Wei has started training with Lim Yin Loo while her former partner Vivian Hoo is trying out with Ng Hui Lin. The scratch pairs will be assessed in the Perak Open, which starts today, and the Korea Grand Prix in ... New Straits Times, 1 month ago
It's back to Khe Wei for Vivian in HK Open, 2 weeks ago
Musical chairs begin for women doubles players, 2 months ago

Down-Regulation of Renal Klotho Expression by Shiga Toxin 2

Abstract Background/Aims: Shiga toxin 2 may trigger classical hemolytic uremic syndrome (HUS) eventually leading to renal failure. Klotho, a transmembrane protein, protease and hormone mainly expressed in kidney is involved in the regulation of ...
 Sexual Development2 days ago

Shocker from Jing Yee in Hong Kong

Malaysia's top ranked women's singles shuttler Tee Jing Yee pulled off a sensation … Malaysia's top ranked women's singles shuttler Tee Jing Yee pulled off a sensation China's Wang Yihan 21-19, 14-21, 21-15 in 51 minutes to book a place in the ...
 Yahoo! Singapore1 week ago Stunner from Jing Yi  New Straits Times1 week ago Jing Yi knocks down Yihan to advance in HK Open (updated) week ago Daren, Jing Yi shown the exit  New Straits Times3 weeks ago
The Freepress Journal

Saina, Sindhu, Srikanth storm into Hong Kong Open second round

HYDERABAD: Fresh from their record-breaking exploits in China, Saina Nehwal and Kidambi Srikanth continued in the same vein at the Hong Kong Open in Kowloon on Wednesday. The champion shuttlers along with PV Sindhu advanced to the second round of ...
 Times of India1 week ago On giant-killing spree  The Freepress Journal1 week ago Brilliant starts for Srikanth, Sindhu at Hong Kong open Super Series  Deccan Chronicle1 week ago Hong Kong Open Badminton: Srikanth, Saina, Sindhu enter 2nd round  Oneindia1 week ago

Srikanth retains his midas touch

China Open champion Kidambi Srikanth continued his big-hunting run, bringing down Taipei's World No.8 Chou Tien Chen at the season's last Super series event at Hong Kong, fighting back against the seventh seed to win 18-21, 22-20, 21-16. The ...
 Indian Express1 week ago Srikanth retains his 'midas touch'  Indian Mirror1 week ago
Odisha Samaya

Srikanth, Sindhu in second round

China Open champion Kidambi Srikanth continued his giantkilling spree, while teen sensation P V Sindhu too started her campaign on a winning note at the $350,000 Hong Kong Super Series here yesterday. Srikanth, who had stunned fivetime world ...
 Pune Mirror1 week ago indians make merry  The Statesman1 week ago Kidambi Srikanth, P.V. Sindhu off to bright starts  Asian Age1 week ago Srikanth Continues Good Form, Sindhu Wins in Hong Kong  Outlook India1 week ago

Tago to be the main attraction in Kopiko badminton league

KUALA LUMPUR: Japan's Kenichi Tago will be the main drawcard in the inaugural Kopiko Purple League at the Sports Arena Sentosa in Kuala Lumpur from Nov 25 to Feb 1. And with just one week to go before the start of the RM2mil league, all 12 ... week ago

Spotlight falls on Wei Feng in team-mate's absence

KUALA LUMPUR: With Lee Chong Wei's absence, all attention will be on national No. 2 Chong Wei Feng to keep Malaysia's flag flying in the China and Hong Kong Opens. Wei Feng will begin his campaign in the China Open at Fuzhou on Wednesday and he ... weeks ago Copenhagen is still disturbing Chong Wei  Yahoo! Singapore2 months ago

Vivian-Hui Lin stun Korean pair in first round

PETALING JAYA: Scratch pair Vivian Hoo-Ng Hui Lin delivered the biggest cheer for Malaysia in the first round of the Korean Open GP in Jeonju City. Vivian-Hui Lin, who are best friends off court but playing together in their first international ... weeks ago Korean scratch tests  New Straits Times3 weeks ago

Coach Rosman wants more oooomph from the girls

KUALA LUMPUR: Be more aggressive! That's the message from national doubles coach Rosman Razak to his women's doubles shuttlers. In fact, that is what he is going to train them to be on the court as he prepares them for their next major ... month ago
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