MEN’S singles shuttler Chong Wei Feng, received a timely boost ahead of the Glasgow Commonwealth Games, when he was named captain of the national squad.
THE team spirit of the Malaysian badminton players training for the Commonwealth Games has been cast in bad light literally.
CHAN Peng Soon believes that winning the badminton team gold medal at the Commonwealth Games will boost the confidence of his teammates for the individual events later.
WOMEN’S doubles shuttler Vivian Hoo Kah Mun will be satisfied to return with any kind of medal from the Glasgow Commonwealth Games.
NATIONAL men’s doubles player Tan Wee Kiong has vowed to give a good show at the Glasgow Commonwealth Games to ensure Malaysia’s domination continues.
NATIONAL women’s singles coach Wong Tat Meng says shuttler Tee Jing Yi will have to fight hard at the Glasgow Commonwealth Games in order to lose the label of being the weakest department in the national squad.
THE BA of Malaysia (BAM) did not get the perfect start it desired in its preparation for the Glasgow Commonwealth Games.
NATIONAL men’s singles shuttler Chong Wei Feng is all set to lead Malaysia's charge in the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland on July 23-Aug 3.
LIEW Daren is ready to step up and replace World No 1 Lee Chong Wei for the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow on July 23-Aug 3.
NATIONAL men’s doubles coach Pang Cheh Chang does not want one, but three solid pairs for the future.
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