Mental strength the key

By AJITPAL SINGH - Tuesday, 2 September 2014.

LEE Chong Wei has the skill and fitness but the World No 1 lacks the mental strength to win priority tournaments.

Khairy urges Lee to move on

Tuesday, 2 September 2014.

DESPITE failing to win the world title, national shuttler Lee Chong Wei’s service to the country has no comparison.

Heartbreak once again

By Fabian Peter - Monday, 1 September 2014.

LEE Chong Wei’s hopes of gifting Malaysia its first world title did not materialise in Copenhagen yesterday.

Chong Wei’s destiny

By Fabian Peter - Sunday, 31 August 2014.

COULD the wait for a world title finally come to an end for Lee Chong Wei, who sauntered into the final in Copenhagen yesterday.

Chong Wei in semis

By Fabian Peter - Saturday, 30 August 2014.

WORLD No 1 Lee Chong Wei powered into the semi-finals of the World Championships in Copenhagen after seeing off China's Wang Zhengming in the quarter-finals yesterday.

Incheon campaign in danger

By Fabian Peter - Friday, 29 August 2014.

THE poor showing of the national shuttlers in the World Championships in Copenhagen has set off alarm bells, especially with the Asian Games fast approaching.

Koo-Tan rekindle old magic

Thursday, 28 August 2014.

KOO Kien Keat is not as fit as before and is slightly overweight but the skilful shuttler produced a class act as he and Tan Boon Heong reached the men’s doubles third round of the World Championships in Copenhagen yesterday.

Wei Feng fails again

By AJITPAL SINGH - Thursday, 28 August 2014.

CHONG Wei Feng could end up like the underperforming Liew Daren if the 27-year-old does not find solutions to manage pressure during matches.

Easy for Chong Wei

By REPORTS By Ajitpal Singh - Wednesday, 27 August 2014.

LEE Chong Wei declared that his thigh injury is now a thing of the past after the World No 1 cruised past South Korea’s Lee Dong Keun in the first round of the World Championships in Copenhagen on Monday.

Hui Ern-Hui Lin pass first test

Wednesday, 27 August 2014.

THE Ng sisters, Hui Lin and Hui Ern earned a boost on their return to the national team by reaching the women’s doubles second round at the World Championships in Copenhagen yesterday.