Badminton

Confidence dose needed

Tuesday, 16 September 2014.

TEY Seu Bock wants shuttlers Goh Soon Huat and Iskandar Zulkarnain Zainuddin to inject confidence in their game ahead of the Asian Games.

Malaysia take three titles

Monday, 15 September 2014.

MALAYSIA’S two-year wait for a gold medal at the Maybank Malaysia International Under-19 Championships ended with our players winning three of the five titles at stake in Kota Kinabalu yesterday.

Cheer in Kota Kinabalu

By Fabian Peter - Sunday, 14 September 2014.

MALAYSIA’S wait for a gold medal in the International Under-19 Championships finally came to an end when mixed doubles’ Tan Jinn Hwa-Eng Pui Yee and Chua Khek Wei-Peck Yen Wei cruised into the final in Kota Kinabalu yesterday.

Daren defies odds

By Fabian Peter - Saturday, 13 September 2014.

IT’S all about keeping a cool head for Liew Daren who will play in the semi-finals of the Indonesian Masters today.

Daren stuns Dionysius

Friday, 12 September 2014.

LIEW Daren is through to the quarter-finals of the Indonesian Masters in Palembang after pulling off the biggest upset in the men’s singles third round last night.

He just won’t stop training

By AJITPAL SINGH - Thursday, 11 September 2014.

A swollen gum and a nagging thigh injury will not stop Lee Chong Wei (pic) from achieving his dream in his final appearance at the Asian Games in Incheon.

Arif leads charge

Thursday, 11 September 2014.

INDEPENDENT shuttler Arif Latif led six Malaysians into the men’s singles second round at the Indonesian Masters in Palembang yesterday while top seed Cheam June Wei reached the third round in the Malaysia International Under-19 Championships in Kota Kinabalu.

Wee Kiong is no more scared

Wednesday, 10 September 2014.

TAN Wee Kiong suffered stage fright when he made his Asian Games debut four years ago in Guangzhou with former national shuttler Mak Hee Chun in the men’s doubles.

Coach has faith in V Shem-Wee Kiong

Tuesday, 9 September 2014.

DOUBLES coach Pang Cheh Chang believes Goh V Shem-Tan Wee Kiong can emulate Koo Kien Keat-Tan Boon Heong’s heroics in the 2006 Asian Games if they can match their predecessors’ powerful attacking game in Incheon.

The next Chong Wei?

By AJITPAL SINGH - Monday, 8 September 2014.

GOH Soon Huat wants to be the next Lee Chong Wei but the shuttler admits he can only achieve it if he learns how to perform under pressure.