• SEA Games: Chong Wei Feng, Arif reach semis

    Singapore: Indonesia’s Jonatan Christie again proved resistant to Chong Wei Feng of Malaysia, as the No. 4 seed from Malaysia absorbed the brute force of Jonatan on Sunday to book his place in the last four of the SEA Games men's singles event.Chong Wei Feng goes down on knee after defeating Jonatan Christie of Indonesia at SEA Games men's singles quarter-finals.

    Chong Wei Feng goes down on knee after defeating Jonatan Christie of Indonesia at SEA Games men's singles quarter-finals.

  • Goh Jin Wei, Chan Peng Soon-Goh Liu Ying in SEA Games semis

    Singapore: Malaysia’s 15-year-old Goh Jin Wei was on target to deliver a bronze medal in the women's singles event as she trounced No. 2 seed Nichaon Jindapon of Thailand 21-16, 23-21 in the women’s singles quarter-finals at the SEA Games on Sunday. Jin Wei will clash with Indonesian youngster Hana Ramadhini in the semi-finals. Hana Ramadhini defeated Singapore’s Liang Xiaoyu 21-15, 11-21, 21-14 in other quarter-finals.Goh Jin Wei's great fist pump after winning the SEA Games quarter-finals against Nichaon Jindapon.

    Goh Jin Wei's great fist pump after winning the SEA Games quarter-finals against Nichaon Jindapon.

  • Morten Frost: Timing not right to re-join BAM (pic)

    BUKIT JALIL: If it was just one month earlier, former All-England champion Morten Frost of Denmark would have considered a possibility of returning to Malaysia to beef up the coaching and training structure.

    Yesterday, Frost, who was the country’s national coaching director 15 years ago, said that the timing was not good to consider any offer.

    BAM is looking for an expert to helm the new Corporate, Skills and Research (CSR) committee, which will deal with the coaches and players.Morten Frost is one of the best badminton coach in the world.

    Morten Frost is one of the best badminton coach in the world.

    “I have just got a new job last month and it will be difficult to think about another move right now,” said Frost, who is here at the Maybank Malaysian Open as a television commentator.

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