• Lee Chong Wei, Goh/Tan are Finalists for 2016 BWF Player of the Year award

    Kuala Lumpur: The Badminton World Federation (BWF) has listed Malaysia's World No. 1 badminton superstar Lee Chong Wei and World No. 1 men's doubles pair Goh V Shem/Tan Wee Kiong as the finalists for Male Badminton Player of the Year award.Lee Chong Wei is a top candidate for 2016 Male Badminton Player of the Year award. (photo:AP)

    Lee Chong Wei is a top candidate for 2016 Male Badminton Player of the Year award. (photo:AP)

  • Chong Wei Feng sole Malaysian shuttler left in Macau Open men’s singles

    Macau: Malaysia's hopes in the men's singles event of the Macau Open now rest on the shoulders of Chong Wei Feng as three others were shown the exit on Thursday.Wish Chong Wei Feng best of luck in the Macau Open quarter-finals. (photo: AP)

    Wish Chong Wei Feng best of luck in the Macau Open quarter-finals. (photo: AP)

  • Goh Jin Wei crashes out of BWF World Junior Championships

    Bilbao: Goh Jin Wei, the No. 1 seed and defending champion was sent crashing out of the 2016 Badminton World Federation (BWF) World Junior Championships on Thursday after she was defeated by unseeded Japanese player Natsuki Oie in the 5th round of the girls' singles category.Just want to let Goh Jin Wei know that it is OK to lose sometimes. (photo: BWF)

    Just want to let Goh Jin Wei know that it is OK to lose sometimes. (photo: BWF)

  • Taiwan Masters: Daren Liew advances, Goh Jin Wei exits

    Taipei: It's clear that not every shuttlers is adopting to the new 11x5 scoring format well. At the ongoing Chinese Taipei Masters that kicked off the opening round on Wednesday, we saw some shuttlers were striving while some were struggling under that experimental 11-point format.Daren Liew of Malaysia. (photo: Granular)

    Daren Liew of Malaysia. (photo: Granular)

  • Sony Kuncoro reaches Thailand Open final, Goh Jin Wei makes exit

    Bangkok: Sony Dwi Kuncoro of Indonesia defeated Lee Cheuk Yiu of Hong Kong 19-21, 21-16, 21-17 on Saturday, taking revenge on the Hong Kong player for his crushing defeat in the 2016 Indonesian Masters that was held exactly a month ago in East Kalimantan.Goh Jin Wei at 2016 Thailand Open. (photo: Granular)

    Goh Jin Wei at 2016 Thailand Open. (photo: Granular)

  • Goh Jin Wei beat Ho Yen Mei to reach Thailand GPG semis

    Bangkok: 16-year-old Goh Jin Wei of Malaysia wowed Thailand again with another sizzling performance when she dashed past compatriot Ho Yen Mei 21-17, 21-13 in the Thailand Open quarter-finals that was held at Nimibutr Stadium in Bangkok on Friday.Goh Jin Wei needs to stay focused in the 2016 Thailand Open GPG. (photo: AP)

    Goh Jin Wei needs to stay focused in the 2016 Thailand Open GPG. (photo: AP)

  • Goh Jin Wei & Daren Liew in Thailand Open quarters

    Bangkok: 16-year-old Goh Jin Wei of Malaysia caused a huge upset on Thursday by toppling women's singles No. 2 seed Porntip Buranaprasertsuk of Thailand 21-16, 16-21, 21-17 in the second round of Thailand Open.Best of luck to Goh Jin Wei in the 2016 Thailand Open quarter-finals. (photo: BWF)

    Best of luck to Goh Jin Wei in the 2016 Thailand Open quarter-finals. (photo: BWF)

  • Thailand Open: Japanese pair upset Koo Kien Keat/Tan Boon Heong

    Bangkok: Takuto Inoue/Yuki Kaneko of Japan caused an upset as they toppled No. 1 seeds Koo Kien Keat/Tan Boon Heong in the opener of Thailand Open on Wednesday.Koo Kien Keat/Tan Boon Heong need to build up their stamina and physical strength in order to compete at the highest level. (photo: AP)

    Koo Kien Keat/Tan Boon Heong need to build up their stamina and physical strength in order to compete at the highest level. (photo: AP)

  • Goh Jin Wei, Tan Kian Meng/Lai Pei Jing falter in Indonesian Masters Final

    Balikpapan: Goh Jin Wei, Tan Kian Meng/Lai Pei Jing couldn't get it done when it mattered most by going down in Indonesian Masters finals on Sunday.Goh Jin Wei bags second place at the 2016 Indonesian Masters.

    Goh Jin Wei bags second place at the 2016 Indonesian Masters.

  • Goh Jin Wei, Tan Kian Meng/Lai Pei Jing advance to Indonesian Masters finals

    Balikpapan: 16-year-old Goh Jin Wei of Malaysia is one win away from winning her second international title in 2016. The World Junior Champion who won the Orleans International title in France in April, showed her class in the women's singles semi-finals of Indonesian Masters Grand Prix Gold Badminton Championship on Saturday, when she upset No. 2 seed Nitchaon Jindapol of Thailand 21-18, 21-5 in 32 minutes at the Dome Arena in Balikpapan, East Kalimantan, Indonesia.Good luck to Goh Jin Wei in the 2016 Indonesian Masters.

    Good luck to Goh Jin Wei in the 2016 Indonesian Masters.

  • Goh Jin Wei, Tan Kian Meng/Lai Pei Jing in Indonesia Masters semis

    Balikpapan: Friday was a great day for Malaysian shuttlers at the Indonesia Masters as all of them advanced to the semi-finals.

    16-year-old women's singles shuttler needed 39 minutes to brush aside Gao Fangjie of China in the women's singles quarter-finals, winning 21-16, 21-18. Goh who is aiming for her first ever GP title, will face No. 2 seed Nitchaon Jindapol of Thailand for a final berth.Tan Kian Meng/Lai Pei Jing are 2 wins away from winning their second title of 2016.

    Tan Kian Meng/Lai Pei Jing are 2 wins away from winning their second title of 2016.

  • Goh Jin Wei reaches quarter-finals of Indonesian Masters

    Balikpapan: 16-year-old women's singles shuttler Goh Jin Wei of Malaysia advanced to the quarter-finals of the Indonesia Grand Prix after beating local shuttler Desandha Vegarani Putri 21-17, 21-10 in 37 minutes on Thursday. Goh will play Chinese shuttler Gao Fangjie next.Goh Jin Wei wins a spectacular second round match at the 2016 Indonesian Masters on Thursday.

    Goh Jin Wei wins a spectacular second round match at the 2016 Indonesian Masters on Thursday.

  • Goh Jin Wei holds off Gregoria Mariska in Indonesian Masters opener

    Balikpapan: The 16-year-old World No. 51 Goh Jin Wei of Malaysia fought past local shuttler Gregoria Mariska 25-23, 21-12 during women’s singles first-round action at the 2016 Indonesian Masters on Wednesday night.Malaysia's badminton rising star Goh Jin Wei. (photo: AFP)

    Malaysia's badminton rising star Goh Jin Wei. (photo: AFP)

  • Goh Jin Wei wins Kedah Open

    Alor Setar: World junior champion and 16-year-old women's singles player Goh Jin Wei who was regarded as Lee Chong Wei's successor in the Malaysia national team, secured a hard fought victory against her senior Ho Yen Mei 23-21, 21-16 in the Kedah Open final on Sunday.Congratulations to Goh Jin Wei for winning the Kedah Open.

    Congratulations to Goh Jin Wei for winning the Kedah Open.

  • Goh Jin Wei exits Asian Junior Badminton Championships

    Bangkok: World Junior Champion Goh Jin Wei of Malaysia who was hoping to win the Asian Junior Championships in Bangkok, lost her quarter-final match to Korean player Kim Ga Eun in 57 minutes on Friday.Goh Jin Wei falls short in bid for her fist Asian Junior title. (photo: BWF)

    Goh Jin Wei falls short in bid for her fist Asian Junior title. (photo: BWF)

  • China beat Korea to win Asian Junior Mixed Team Event

    Bangkok: China, the team that beat Malaysia in the quarter-finals, and Japan in the semi-finals, proved too much for Korea as the defending champions clinched Asia Junior mixed team championships title with the 3-1 final win on Tuesday.The Chinese team (blue shirt) and the Korean team (black shirt) pose for pictures after the Asian Junior mixed team final. (photo: BadmintonAsia)

    The Chinese team (blue shirt) and the Korean team (black shirt) pose for pictures after the Asian Junior mixed team final. (photo: BadmintonAsia)

  • Goh Jin Wei eyeing the Asian Junior title

    Kuala Lumpur: After losing to China’s top-seed He Bing Jiao in the semi-finals of the Asian Junior Championships in Bangkok last year, World Junior Champion Goh Jin Wei hoped to capitalize on her experience of playing in several huge tournaments such as the Asia Team Championships, Uber Cup Finals and her first Super Series event - the Australia Open, and to do well in this year's Asian Junior Championships which starts in Bangkok next week.Goh Jin Wei gives World No. 1 Carolina Marin run for money before going down 18-21, 22-20, 16-21 in the 2016 Uber Cup Group A tie between Malaysia and Spain. (photo: AFP)

    Goh Jin Wei gives World No. 1 Carolina Marin run for money before going down 18-21, 22-20, 16-21 in the 2016 Uber Cup Group A tie between Malaysia and Spain. (photo: AFP)

  • Iskandar Zulkarnain Zainuddin & Goh Jin Wei in Australian Open 2nd round

    Sydney: Malaysia's national champion shuttler Iskandar Zulkarnain Zainuddin was in ruthless form on Wednesday in Sydney as he surged through to the second round of the Australian Open with a 21-12, 21-14 victory against Brice Leverdez of France in just 30 minutes. Zulkarnain will play Japanese player Sho Sasaki in the second round. Sasaki defeated Taiwan’s Hsu Jen Hao 21-14, 21-12 in an earlier match.Iskandar Zulkarnain Zainuddin is a very talented young men's singles player from Malaysia. (photo: Getty)

    Iskandar Zulkarnain Zainuddin is a very talented young men's singles player from Malaysia. (photo: Getty)

  • Goh Jin Wei wins Celcom Axiata National Circuit First Leg

    Kuala Lumpur: 16-year-old Malaysian women's singles shuttler Goh Jin Wei barely broke a sweat as she was granted an easy victory at the Celcom Axiata National Circuit First Leg finals at Juara Stadium on Saturday.

    The women's singles final between the top 2 women's shuttlers of Malaysia lasted only 5 minutes after Tee Jing Yi conceded a walkover when trailing 2-11 in the first set.Goh Jin Wei wins the Celcom Axiata National Circuit First Leg title. (photo: BAM)

    Goh Jin Wei wins the Celcom Axiata National Circuit First Leg title. (photo: BAM)

  • Future looks promising for Goh Jin Wei as Malaysia beats Spain 3-2

    Kunshan: Malaysian Uber Cup coaches and players came to the Kunshan Sports Centre to play their last group tie in Uber Cup finals with the "nothing to lose" mindset.

    Perhaps they didn't foresee the 16-year-old World Junior champion Goh Jin Wei would go on to put up arguably one of her best fight in the 2016 Uber Cup finals, when Goh almost toppled the World No. 1 women's singles player Carolina Marin before going down to the World champion 18-21, 22-20, 16-21 in a 77 minutes encounter.Goh Jin Wei returns a shot from Carolina Marin. (photo: BWF)

    Goh Jin Wei returns a shot from Carolina Marin. (photo: BWF)

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