Badminton

Lead the fight

By ARNAZ M. KHAIRUL - Saturday, 18 October 2014.

MAKING badminton more lucrative could help curb match-fixing before it gets out of hand, as it might not be a new problem but one that has been ignored.

‘No one dares to bribe me’

By Ajitpal Singh and Fabian Peters - Thursday, 16 October 2014.

WORLD No 1 Lee Chong Wei has heard about match-fixing in badminton but noted that no one has ever dared to approach him throughout his career.

Match-fixing is widespread

By Ajitpal Singh and Fabian Peters - Wednesday, 15 October 2014.

“It has been going on for ages. Match-fixing is like ‘cancer’ and it has taken root in badminton. It is now a money-making sport for bookies and sadly some players are actively involved in it,” said the coach yesterday.

BWF leaves it to police

Wednesday, 15 October 2014.

POLICE are investigating allegations of attempted match-fixing in badminton after two leading Danish shuttlers alerted the authorities.

Bookie at the courts

By AJITPAL SINGH - Tuesday, 14 October 2014.

BADMINTON has been rocked by a match-fixing allegation involving a Malaysian bookie and two Danish shuttlers.

Daren sinks Soon Huat to bag Perak Open title

Monday, 13 October 2014.

LIEW Daren, despite not at his best, defeated teammate Goh Soon Huat to claim the Perak Open men’s singles title yesterday.

Yen Mei surprises

Sunday, 12 October 2014.

HO Yen Mei surpassed her target at the Perak Open after checking herself into the final, following her victory over Lydia Cheah Li Ya in the semi-finals of the women’s singles yesterday.

Daren checks into last eight

Friday, 10 October 2014.

TOP seed Liew Daren cruised into the quarter-finals of the Perak Open yesterday.

Let Chong Wei be selective

Wednesday, 8 October 2014.

WITH age catching up, Lee Chong Wei must be given the privilege to select his tournaments next year as the World No 1 will now need more recovery time to ensure he remains injury free for the 2016 Olympics.

Jeremy needs quality pair

Sunday, 5 October 2014.

WITH limited players under his care, coach Jeremy Gan is finding it hard to form a solid mixed doubles pair for the national squad.