• Vivian Hoo-Woon Khe Wei settle for bronze, Goh-Tan advance to semis

    Incheon: A fighting Vivian Hoo-Woon Khe Wei went down to their Japanese rivals Ayaka Takahashi-Misaki Matsutomo 21-16, 21-17 in the women's doubles badminton semi-finals to settle for their maiden bronze medal at the Incheon Asian Games on Friday. Congratulations to Vivian Hoo (right) and Woon Khe Wei for winning the Asian Games women's doubles bronze medal

    Congratulations to Vivian Hoo (right) and Woon Khe Wei for winning the Asian Games women's doubles bronze medal


  • Vivian Hoo-Woon Khe Wei assure Malaysia at least bronze

    Incheon: Having already secured at least a bronze medal, Vivian Hoo-Woon Khe Wei are still in the race for their first Asian Games title after a great escape in the quarter-final match versus Macau’s Wang Rong-Zhang Zhibo.Is even better if  Vivian Hoo-Woon Khe Wei can bring back a silver or gold medal

    Is even better if Vivian Hoo-Woon Khe Wei can bring back a silver or gold medal

  • Vivian Hoo-Woon Khe Wei shock former world champions Wang Xiaoli-Yu Yang

    Incheon: In the battle between Commonwealth Games champions Vivian Hoo-Woon Khe Wei of Malaysia and 2013 world champions Wang Xiaoli-Yu Yang of China at the Asian Games women's doubles last-16 match, the Malaysian pair edged their Chinese rivals in a thrilling decider to advance to the quarter-finals.Vivian Hoo and Woon Khe Wei upset Yu Yang - Wang Xiaoli of China

    Vivian Hoo and Woon Khe Wei upset Yu Yang - Wang Xiaoli of China

  • Khe-Wei-Vivian crash out in first round (pic)

    BUKIT JALIL: Just one month after winning the SEA Games gold in Myanmar, Woon Khe Wei-Vivian Hoo were brought down to earth when they lost to China’s Ma Jin-Tang Yuanting in the first round of the Maybank Malaysian Open.

    And immediately after the game, Vivian stated the obvious - that there was still a yawning gap between the Malaysians and their Chinese competitors, with the Malaysians only on par with the Chinese state players.Vivian Hoo (left) and Woon Khe Wei during their match against China's Ma Jin-Tang Yuanting in the first round of the Maybank Malaysian Open on Jan 15, 2014.

    The 24-year-old Vivian and her partner Khe Wei lost 16-21, 12-21 to Ma Jin-Yuanting and hardly showed any substance en route to their defeat on Wedensday.

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