• Goh V Shem returns from knee injury

    Kuala Lumpur: After sitting out for two months due to knee injury, Malaysia's men's doubles ace Goh V Shem has returned to training and could make his long-awaited comeback as early as January 2015.Wish Goh V Shem (left) and Tan Wee Kiong a successful 2015

    Wish Goh V Shem (left) and Tan Wee Kiong a successful 2015


  • Indonesia beat Malaysia, to play Thailand in Axiata Cup final

    Kuala Lumpur: Indonesian advanced to the Axiata Cup final even though they settled for a 2-2 draw with Malaysia in the semi-final of 2014 Axiata Cup held in Kuala Lumpur Cheras Stadium on Saturday. The 2012 Axiata Cup Champion Indonesia qualified for the final based on a tournament format which Indonesia had won two more games than Malaysia.Chong Wei Feng suffers a tough loss in the semi-finall of Axiata Cup

    Chong Wei Feng suffers a tough loss in the semi-finall of Axiata Cup

  • Axiata Cup: Malaysia does just enough to reach semi-finals

    Jakarta: Tan Boon Heong (right) and Tan Wee Kiong have been pretty stable in their lastest two matches

    Tan Boon Heong (right) and Tan Wee Kiong have been pretty stable in their lastest two matches

  • Axiata Cup: Boon Heong-Wee Kiong, Peng Soon-Pei Jing help Malaysia roll on

    Jakarta: After beating Philippines 4-0 on Tuesday, Malaysia is one win away to qualify for the semi-finals of the Axiata Cup.

    In the men’s singles event, Chong Wei Feng needed only 29 minutes to down Jason Oba-On with 21-12, 21-14. Then, Tee Jing Yi put Malaysia ahead with 2-0 after she eased past Airah Mae Nicole Aldo 21-12, 21-12 in women singles.Chan Peng Soon and Lai Pei Jing are actually the best mixed doubles in Malaysia, don't know why their coaches keep partnering them with other players

    Chan Peng Soon and Lai Pei Jing are actually the best mixed doubles in Malaysia, don't know why their coaches keep partnering them with other players

  • Goh V Shem out remainder of season

    Kuala Lumpur: Top men's doubles pair Goh V Shem-Tan Wee Kiong of Malaysia suffered a setback in their hope of scoring some much needed qualification points for the 2016 Rio Olympics, when The Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) have made the news official on Monday that Goh V Shem will miss the rest of the season due to knee injury.Wish Goh V Shem (second left) a speedy recovery

    Wish Goh V Shem (second left) a speedy recovery


  • Goh V Shem-Tan Wee Kiong withdraws from Bitburger Open

    Kuala Lumpur: Reigning Commonwealth Games men's doubles champions Goh V Shem-Tan Wee Kiong have decided to skip the Bitburger Open badminton championships that will kick off in Saarbrucken, Germany on Tuesday.Goh V Shem (left) and Tan Wee Kiong are trying hard to qualified for Rio Olympics

    Goh V Shem (left) and Tan Wee Kiong are trying hard to qualified for Rio Olympics

  • Goh V Shem-Tan Wee Kiong falter, Tommy Sugiarto advance at French Open

    Paris: Malaysian pair Goh V Shem-Tan Wee Kiong's hope of winning the French Open men’s doubles title took a hit on Friday with a 21-19,18-21, 14-21 loss to Lee Sheng Mu-Tsai Chia Hsin of Chinese Taipei in the quarter finals of the French Open.Tan Wee Kiong (left) - Goh V Shem suffer French Open exit on Friday

    Tan Wee Kiong (left) - Goh V Shem suffer French Open exit on Friday

  • Goh V Shem-Tan Wee Kiong survive scare to scrape through French Open

    Paris: Reigning Commonwealth men's doubles champion Goh V Shem-Tan Wee Kiong survived a massive scare at the French Open on Thursday, scrambling to a 22-20,8-21,22-20 second-round victory over Jacco Arends-Jelle Maas of Netherlands.Tan Wee Kiong (back) and Goh V Shem in action

    Tan Wee Kiong (back) and Goh V Shem in action

  • Goh V Shem-Tan Wee Kiong upset Fu Haifeng-Zhang Nan at French Open

    Paris: Wednesday was a day of surprises at the French Open. Unseeded Goh V Shem-Tan Wee Kiong of Malaysia who battled through qualifying rounds to make the main draw, sent the reigning Denmark Open champions and sixth seed Fu Haifeng-Zhang Nan of China packing 21-19 9-21 21-19 in 48 minutes. Meanwhile, men's doubles top seed Mathias Boe and Carsten Mogensen managed to power past Fun Haifeng's longtime partner Cai Yun and his new partner Lu Kai 25-23 21-17.Goh V Shem-Tan Wee Kiong and Fu Haifeng Zhang Nan are warming up before the match

    Goh V Shem-Tan Wee Kiong and Fu Haifeng Zhang Nan are warming up before the match

  • 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


  • Goh V Shem-Tan Wee Kiong in quarters

    Incheon: The reigning Commonwealth Games champions Goh V Shem-Tan Wee Kiong survived a second round fright on Thursday by outlasting Thailand’s Patiphat Chalardchalaem-Wannawat Ampunsuwan 21-19, 15-21, 21-15 in 44 minutes.Goh V Shem-Tan Wee Kiong (right) face a tough test in the quarter-finals

    Goh V Shem-Tan Wee Kiong (right) face a tough test in the quarter-finals


  • Asian Games: Goh V Shem-Tan Wee Kiong reach second round

    Incheon: On Wednesday, unseeded Goh V Shem-Tan Wee Kiong of Malaysia staved off world No. 6 Lee Sheng-mu-Tsai Chia-hsin of Taiwan in a thrilling three-set match at the first round of Asian Games men's doubles event.Goh V Shem (left) and Tan Wee Kiong in action

    Goh V Shem (left) and Tan Wee Kiong in action

  • Goh V Shem-Tan Wee Kiong is ready to rock at Asian Games

    Kuala Lumpur: At the Guangzhou Asian Games four years ago, Tan Wee Kiong and his former partner Mak Hee Chun lost in the first round of men's doubles event to Hiroyuki Endo-Kenichi Hayakawa of Japan 21-17, 21-6.Can Tan Wee Kiong (left), Goh V Shem bring home the Asian Games gold medal?

    Can Tan Wee Kiong (left), Goh V Shem bring home the Asian Games gold medal?

  • World Champs run ends for Hoon Thien How/Tan Wee Kiong

    Copenhagen: The sole men's doubles representative of Malaysia, Hoon Thien How and Tan Wee Kiong crashed out in the quarter-finals of World Championships to 12th seeds Ko Sung-hyun-Shin Baek-cheol of South Korea 18-21, 13-21 on Friday at the Bellarup Super Arena.Hoon Thien How-Tan Wee Kiong plays their last game as a pair on Friday

    Hoon Thien How-Tan Wee Kiong plays their last game as a pair on Friday

  • World Champs Day 3: Lee Chong Wei,Hoon/Tan breeze through

    Copenhagen: World number one Lee Chong Wei marched into the last 16 of World Championships in Copenhagen on Wednesday,  swept past Germany's Dieter Domke 21-12, 21-9 in 30 minutes.Lee Chong Wei powers way past Dieter Domke

    Lee Chong Wei powers way past Dieter Domke



    "Although Domke is a lower ranked player, but he did put up a good fight. I am confident with my game and I know where I want it to be," said Chong Wei after the match.

  • Malaysia's new triple "doubles" confirmed

    Kuala Lumpur: National doubles coach Pang Cheh Chang has finally acknowledged that there will be some reshuffling in the men's doubles department after the World Championship.Malaysia's new big three men's doubles: Wee Kiong - V Shem (top left), Boon Heong-Thien How (top right), Yao Han- Khim Wah (bottom)

    Malaysia's new big three men's doubles: Wee Kiong - V Shem (top left), Boon Heong-Thien How (top right), Yao Han- Khim Wah (bottom)

  • Glasgow 2014: Double gold delight for Malaysia

    Glasgow: After winning the gold medal in badminton mixed team event last week, Malaysia received two more golds in both men and women's doubles badminton events on Sunday.Congratulations to Woon Khe Wei-Vivian Hoo

    Congratulations to Woon Khe Wei-Vivian Hoo

    In women's doubles final, Woon Khe Wei-Vivian Hoo’s resilience and determination eventually paid off as they saved five game points when the defending champion Jwala Gutta-Ashwini Ponnappa was leading 20-16, and then 21-20 in the second set. The duo managed to come from behind to triumph 21-17, 23-21 in 41 minutes.

  • Glasgow 2014: Malaysia's "Doubles" shot at gold

    Glasgow: Despite the disappointments of missing out on the gold of men’s singles, women’s singles and mixed doubles, Malaysia still have two more chances to win gold - through men's doubles Goh V Shem-Tan Wee Kiong and women's doubles Woon Khe Wei-Vivian Hoo.

    In the semi-finals, Goh V Shem-Tan Wee Kiong shook off a slow start to beat England’s Chris Adcock-Andrew Ellis of England 21-19, 21-19. The Malaysian pair has looked sloppy at times.Can Tan Wee Kiong-Goh V Shem (right) bring back the men's doubles gold medal?

    Can Tan Wee Kiong-Goh V Shem (right) bring back the men's doubles gold medal?

  • Glasgow 2014: 6 of 8 Malaysian shuttlers progress to the quarters

    Glasgow: National singles Chong Wei Feng who was given the task to step into the shoes of injured Datuk Lee Chong Wei stayed on track to win the men's single gold medal at the Commonwealth Games. He has put on a clinic in the round of 16 to brush aside Tony Stephenson from Northern Ireland 21-15, 21-10. He will play R.M.V Gurusaidutt from India in the quarterfinals on Friday.Can Lai Pei Jing/Chan Peng Soon defend the mixed doubles gold for Malaysia?

    Can Lai Pei Jing/Chan Peng Soon defend the mixed doubles gold for Malaysia?

  • Promising Malaysian men's doubles to keep an eye on

    Kuala Lumpur: Men’s doubles coach of Malaysia Pang Cheh Chang is making the big move to nurture three strong men's doubles for a shot at Olympic gold medal.

    "Malaysia has always been relying on only one pair, while other countries such as Indonesia, China, and Korea have more than one strong pairs. We should not put all eggs in one basket, like we did in 2012 Olympics, where the country put too much pressure and hope on Koo Kien Keat-Tan Boon Heong, they failed to deliver under too much pressure eventually," said Cheh Chang.Possible partnerships: Tan Boon Heong-Hoon Thien How (top left), Goh V Shem-Tan Wee Kiong (top right), Lim Khim Wah - Ow Yao Han (bottom)

    Possible partnerships: Tan Boon Heong-Hoon Thien How (top left), Goh V Shem-Tan Wee Kiong (top right), Lim Khim Wah - Ow Yao Han (bottom)

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