• Ng Hui Ern quits badminton

    Kuala Lumpur: One of the most talented women's doubles players in Malaysia, Ng Hui Ern has made it official yesterday that she is retiring from badminton to join the corporate world.Wish Ng Hui Ern all the best in her future career

    Wish Ng Hui Ern all the best in her future career

  • BAM: Welcome back Hui Lin-Hui Ern!

    Kuala Lumpur: Ng Hui Lin-Ng Hui Ern's request to return to the Malaysia national team has been accepted by the Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM). Could Ng Hui Lin and Ng Hui Ern become the Williams sisters in Badminton?

    Could Ng Hui Lin and Ng Hui Ern become the Williams sisters in Badminton?

    "We wrote a letter to BAM one month ago requested about possibility of our return to the national team upon completion of our studies in England.  I met with BAM president Tengku Mahaleel Tengku Ariff on Sunday, and he has unofficially given me the green light," said Hui Lin. BAM will send out an official acceptance letter to the sisters in next few days.

  • Ng Hui Lin and Ng Hui Ern are ready to get back to business

    Kuala Lumpur: Congratulations to Ng Hui Lin and Ng Hui Ern who finally graduated and are the proud owner of Economics degree from Loughborough University in Britain. And they are excited to play badminton again!Former internationals Ng Hui Lin and Ng Hui Ern are keen to rejoin the national badminton team after completing their studies in June

    Former internationals Ng Hui Lin and Ng Hui Ern are keen to rejoin the national badminton team after completing their studies in June

    Hui Lin will meet with Tengku Tan Sri Mahaleel Tengku Ariff, president of Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) on Sunday to explore chances of returning to the Malaysia national team as either a women's doubles player or a mixed doubles player.

  • Dad demand fairness for Ng Hui Lin and Ng Hui Ern

    Kuala Lumpur: Usually, coaches often select badminton players based on evaluations of abilities, ranking, recent performance and potential.BAM could do better in handling the Uber Cup selection trials, and should give young players a chance to make an impression in major tournaments

    BAM could do better in handling the Uber Cup selection trials, and should give young players a chance to make an impression in major tournaments

    When World No. 27th Ng Hui Lin-Ng Hui Ern were excluded from Malaysia’s Uber Cup team, the father of Ng sisters, Datuk Ng Thin Huatt was absolutely unhappy over the incident and sent a protest letter to the Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM).

  • Hui Lin-Hui Ern's Uber Cup hopes dashed

    The world No. 27 pair, women's doubles Ng Hui Lin-Ng Hui Ern were disappointed when they learned they were not included in Malaysia's Uber Cup team.

    Ng Hui Lin and Ng Hui Ern remain positive despite not playing in the Uber Cup

    Ng Hui Lin and Ng Hui Ern remain positive despite not playing in the Uber Cup
    The Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) picked world No. 23 Woon Khe Wei-Vivian Hoo, world No. 30 Amelia Anscelly-Soong Fie Cho and Lee world No. 44 Meng Yean-Lim Yin Loo as women's doubles players in the Uber Cup Finals.
  • Ng sisters want back into BAM (pic)

    KUALA LUMPUR: Former internationals Ng Hui Lin and Ng Hui Ern are keen to rejoin the national badminton team after completing their tertiary studies in June.

    The return of this women’s doubles pair should be well received by Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) as it will strengthen Malaysia’s depth in the women’s team event for the Asian Games in Incheon in September. Ng Hui Lin (left) and Ng Hui Ern in action during the World Championships in China last year.

    Since leaving the national team to pursue degrees in Economics at the University of Loughborough in Britain in 2011, sisters Hui Lin and Hui Ern have done well to strike a balance between studies and badminton.

    The duo are in the final year of their studies and have somehow done well to maintain a good world ranking.

    The are now 23rd in the world – just seven spots behind Myanmar SEA Games gold medallist Woon Khe Wei-Vivian Hoo and four ahead of Amelia Anscelly-Soong Fie Cho.

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