SOUTH Korea’s Son Wan Ho stunned world champion Chen Long of China to claim the Hong Kong Open crown yesterday.
LIEW Daren has urged his teammates to try hard to retain the Axiata Cup in the absence of Lee Chong Wei.
NG Hui Ern (pic) confirmed yesterday that she has quit the national badminton team for a career in the corporate world.
TEE Jing Yi’s impressive run at the Hong Kong Open came to an end at the hands of world champion Carolina Marin of Spain in the quarter-finals yesterday.
TEE Jing Yi (pic) scored the biggest win of her career after stunning China’s Wang Yihan in the second round of the Hong Kong Open yesterday.
THERE is still uncertainty over what the BA of Malaysia (BAM) wants to achieve through mitigation over Lee Chong Wei's case at a Badminton World Federation (BWF) doping hearing committee next month.
THE temporary suspension by the Badminton World Federation (BWF) on Lee Chong Wei will not stop the World No 1 from giving morale support and sharing his experience with the players from the Malaysian team at next month’s Axiata Cup.
INDIA’S K. Srikanth pulled off the biggest upset of his career after a historic victory over five-time world champion Lin Dan in the final of the China Open yesterday.
CHONG Wei Feng believes Malaysia’s chances of retaining the Axiata Cup are bleak following the suspension of World No 1 Lee Chong Wei.
THERE was no serious punishment in the end for Rashid Sidek who walked off with a verbal warning by the BA of Malaysia (BAM) after a disciplinary hearing at Juara Stadium yesterday.
- 1 of 18
- next ›