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Khim Wah to split with V Shem after Copenhagen

| last updated at 04:13AM LIM Khim Wah's future with Goh V Shem in men's doubles will effectively end after the World Championships in Copenhagen on Aug 25-31. Many have lost patience with his poor serve during matches as they feel it is ... New Straits Times, 1 month ago

No more playing in the shadows for Pei Jing

GLASGOW: The Commonwealth Games seems like an ideal platform for mixed doubles shuttler Lai Pei Jing to step out of the shadows of Goh Liu Ying - for good. And what better way to do it than to smash her way to the mixed doubles gold with Chan ... hours ago

Malaysian guests visit CIFIT organizing committee

A delegation from Malaysia paid a visit to the organizing committee of the 18th China International Fair for Investment & Trade (CIFIT) in Xiamen, Fujian province, on July 7 to learn about the preparation of the fair as well as discuss certain ...
 Noodls1 week ago

Injured Chong Wei may also miss World Championships

KUALA LUMPUR: World No. 1 Lee Chong Wei's participation in the World Championships in Copenhagen from Aug 15-20 now hangs in the balance. On Friday, Chong Wei announced that he would not defend his men's singles title at the Glasgow Commonwealth ... weeks ago Shuttlers Vivian-Woon out reclaim doubles title in Glasgow weeks ago CWG blow as Chong Wei pulls out injured weeks ago Commonwealth Games blow as Chong Wei pulls out injured  Asiaone2 weeks ago

Take one for the team, Boon Heong

PETALING JAYA: The decision not to include Tan Boon Heong in the Commonwealth Games squad was made in the best interest of the team. This was the explanation given by Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) deputy president Datuk Norza Zakaria ... month ago Boon Heong upset with C'wealth Games snub month ago
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SHOWBIZ: Tribute to Hong Kong legends

THE Legends is a musical tribute to four of Hong Kong's greatest entertainers — the late Leslie Cheung Kok Wing and Anita Mui Yin Fong, Roman Tam Pak Sin and Danny Chan Pak Keung — who were Cantonese pop icons throughout the 1980s and early ...
 CARI1 month ago

Rashid believes shuttlers will deliver at CWG

PETALING JAYA: The National Sports Council (NSC) are not highly optimistic of Malaysia's chances in badminton at the Glasgow Commonwealth Games in July. They are only expecting the shuttlers to bring home two gold medals out of the 10 targeted from ... month ago

Lai, she's the girl for the team

KUALA LUMPUR: Youngster Lai Pei Jing is back in the limelight after being named as the replacement for Goh Liu Ying in the squad for the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow from July 23-Aug 4. Pei Jing will partner Chan Peng Soon in the mixed doubles ... month ago
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Liu Ying finally decides to go under the knife

| last updated at 12:35AM GOH Liu Ying made the right decision to forgo her dreams this year and undergo a career saving knee surgery on Tuesday. The Alor Gajah-born had huge targets and wanted to make it a memorable year. She aspired to ...
 New Straits Times2 months ago
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| last updated at 01:16AM By KUALA LUMPUR: Ambank Group chairman Tan Sri Azman Hashim mesmerised his over 200 guests with jazz songs from the American songbook era recently. Azman, who celebrates his 75th birthday this year, was backed by ...
 New Straits Times2 months ago
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