Yin Loo out to prove herself

By Fabian Peter - Thursday, 24 July 2014.

WOMEN’S doubles shuttler Lim Yin Loo, insisted that she is not traveling to Glasgow for the Commonwealth Games just to make up the numbers.

No more the favourites

Thursday, 24 July 2014.

FOR the first time since perhaps the 1990 edition, Malaysian shuttlers enter the Commonwealth Games as “overwhelming favourites” for not a single event.

An inconvenience to Chong Wei

By Fabian Peter - Thursday, 24 July 2014.

WORLD No 1 Lee Chong Wei admitted that having to train outside of Juara Stadium is proving to be an inconvenience, as the World Championships draw closer.

Time to step up, Wei Feng

Wednesday, 23 July 2014.

CHONG Wei Feng will never get a better chance to step out from Lee Chong Wei's shadow than in the Commonwealth Games and he has been told to seize the opportunity.

Wei Feng named captain

Saturday, 19 July 2014.

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.

Lights go out for shuttlers

By Fabian Peter - Friday, 18 July 2014.

THE team spirit of the Malaysian badminton players training for the Commonwealth Games has been cast in bad light literally.

Team gold will lead to better things

By Fabian Peter - Friday, 18 July 2014.

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.

Vivian plays it cool

Thursday, 17 July 2014.

WOMEN’S doubles shuttler Vivian Hoo Kah Mun will be satisfied to return with any kind of medal from the Glasgow Commonwealth Games.

Wee Kiong ready to shine

Wednesday, 16 July 2014.

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.

Jing Yi up for the fight

Friday, 11 July 2014.

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.