• Indra Wijaya enforces own style

    Kuala Lumpur: Former world No. 4 men's singles shuttler Indra Wijaya, who moved to Singapore after representing Indonesia from 1995 to 2000, started his new career officially as men’s singles coach of the Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) on Feb 11.Indra Wijaya faces tough task looking for Lee Chong Wei's replacement for Malaysia. (photo: Bernama)

    Indra Wijaya faces tough task looking for Lee Chong Wei's replacement for Malaysia. (photo: Bernama)

  • Good start for Malaysia at 2015 World Junior Mixed Team Championships

    Lima: The Malaysian team was in control of the 2015 World Junior Mixed Team Championships against El Salvador after Anna Cheong Ching Yik/Soh Wooi Yik, Cheam June Wei, Goh Jin Wei and their teammates all won their respective matches, roaring to a 5-0 victory in the Group A2 first round tie on Wednesday.The Malaysian world junior team and coaches pose for photo. (photo: Facebook)

    The Malaysian world junior team and coaches pose for photo. (photo: Facebook)

  • Goh Jin Wei advances to 2015 Asia Junior Championship semis

    Bangkok: 15-year-old Goh Jin Wei was the only bright spot in what turned out to be a dismal day for the Malaysian badminton team, as other Malaysian shuttlers crashed out of the 2015 Asia Junior Championship on Friday.Goh Jin Wei has a bright future ahead of her. (photo: Granular)

    Goh Jin Wei has a bright future ahead of her. (photo: Granular)

  • Goh Jin Wei marches into 3rd round at Asia Junior Championship

    Bangkok: 15 year-old Goh Jin Wei of Malaysia continued the quest for her first girl's singles title with an impressive 21-3, 21-4 win over Chan Kit Lei in the second round of Asia Junior Championship on Thursday. She needed just 16 minutes to ease past her opponent.Goh Jin Wei (front) and Tan Jinn Hwa enjoy a good opening day at Asia Junior Championship. (photo: Granular)

    Goh Jin Wei (front) and Tan Jinn Hwa enjoy a good opening day at Asia Junior Championship. (photo: Granular)

  • China beat Korea to lift Asia Junior Championship mixed team gold

    Bangkok: China wrapped up a 5-0 clean sweep over Korea to win their three straight Asia Junior mixed team championships on Wednesday. China defeated Korea 3-0 in 2013, and 3-0 in 2014. Playing with several returning players from last year's squad such as Chen Qingchen and Zheng Siwei, China carved out one of the most sensational and memorable victories in their Asia Junior mixed team history by ending the final battle in only three straight matches.China is the 2015 Asia Junior mixed team championships. (photo: Granular)

    China is the 2015 Asia Junior mixed team championships. (photo: Granular)

  • China defeats Malaysia 3-0 in Asia Junior Championships

    Bangkok: Goh Sze Fei/Aaron Chia Teng Fong of Malaysia lost to He Jiting/Zheng Siwei in a three-set thriller 17-21, 21-18, 12-21 as Malaysia suffered a 0-3 thrashing at the hands of China in the Asia Junior Championships mixed team quarter-finals on Tuesday.This group of young Chinese shuttlers have given the chance to defend their Asia Junior Championships mixed team title on Wednesday. (photo: Granular)

    This group of young Chinese shuttlers have given the chance to defend their Asia Junior Championships mixed team title on Wednesday. (photo: Granular)

  • Malaysia & China set up Asia junior championship clash

    Bangkok: Group stages of the 2015 Badminton Asia Junior Championship mixed team event have been completed following twelve matches on Monday in Groups A, B, C and D. After falling to Korea 1-4 in their second Group C tie on Sunday, the Malaysian team managed to hold a 5-0 victory over Macau on Monday to finish second in the group.15 year-old Goh Jin Wei has grown into leadership role for Malaysia's junior squad. (photo: Granular)

    15 year-old Goh Jin Wei has grown into leadership role for Malaysia's junior squad. (photo: Granular)

  • Chinese Taipei Open: June Wei out, Tai-Woon makes main draw

    Taiwan: Malaysia's top junior shuttler, Cheam June Wei faltered in the men's singles second qualifying match at the Chinese Taipei Open. The world number 373 went down to Thailand’s Mek Narongrit 21-11, 12-21, 23-21 in 52-minute. Earlier in the day, he upset last year's world junior champion Heo Kwang-hee of Korea with 21-13, 22-20 victory in his first qualifying match.Junior shuttler Cheam June Wei is the future of Malaysian badminton.

    Junior shuttler Cheam June Wei is the future of Malaysian badminton.

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