• Hendrawan: Lee Chong Wei on alert to Chou Tien Chen threat at All England

    Birmingham: Malaysia's national singles coach Hendrawan described last week's German Open runner-up Chou Tien Chen is on impressive form heading into the All England, and is going to be a big threat for Malaysian badminton superstar Lee Chong Wei in the quarter-finals.Lee Chong Wei is targeting his fourth All England title in Birmingham this week. (photo: GettyImages)

    Lee Chong Wei is targeting his fourth All England title in Birmingham this week. (photo: GettyImages)

  • Indra Wijaya to join BAM on Feb 9

    Kuala Lumpur: Former world No 4 Indra Wijaya, who moved to Singapore after representing Indonesia from 1995 to 2000, will join Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) as their new men's singles coach on Feb 9.Indra Wijaya faces the challenging task of getting the struggling Malaysia badminton back to its glory days.

    Indra Wijaya faces the challenging task of getting the struggling Malaysia badminton back to its glory days.


  • No Lee Chong Wei at the Badminton Asia Team Championship (BATC)

    Kuala Lumpur: Malaysian media reported on Tuesday that men's singles coach Hendrawan of Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) did not want to name Lee Chong Wei for the Badminton Asia Team Championship (BATC) squad that will compete in Hyderabad, India from 15 to Feb. 22.Hendrawan should give young players enough exposure at tournament such as Badminton Asia Team Championship.

    Hendrawan should give young players enough exposure at tournament such as Badminton Asia Team Championship.

  • Hendrawan says patience is key for Lee Chong Wei to beat Chen Long

    Kuala Lumpur: Having lost twice to Chen Long this year, Lee Chong Wei's coach Hendrawan vowed to turn things around this time with the Malaysian badminton maestro set to meet world No. 1 Chen Long in the quarter-finals of Denmark Open and probably semi-finals of the French Open.Lee Chong Wei looks to flex his muscle at Denmark and French Open.

    Lee Chong Wei looks to flex his muscle at Denmark and French Open.

  • Morten Frost: Lee Chong Wei faces "enormous pressure"

    Kuala Lumpur: Since the “sparring partner” conflict that emerged between technical director for the Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) Morten Frost and Malaysian badminton superstar Lee Chong Wei about two weeks ago, Frost has been handling the whole situation in a respectful and positive way.The Morten Frost to Lee Chong Wei relationship is fundamental for their ultimate success on the court.

    The Morten Frost to Lee Chong Wei relationship is fundamental for their ultimate success on the court.

  • BAM throw their support behind Lee Chong Wei

    Kuala Lumpur: Despite some ups and downs in his relationship with Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) coaches in September, Lee Chong Wei and BAM are moving forward positively as Lee has received more support from BAM during his back-to-back Denmark and France Open Superseries tournaments in Europe, spanning over 2 weeks from Oct 13 to Oct 25.Hope Lee Chong Wei can find the spark to rejuvenate his 2015 season at Denmark and France Open. (Reuters)

    Hope Lee Chong Wei can find the spark to rejuvenate his 2015 season at Denmark and France Open. (Reuters)

  • Lee Chong Wei suffers minor injury, Carolina Marin ready to attack

    Jakarta: Lee Chong Wei provided a minor scare to the Malaysian team when he sat out of practice at the Djarum Badminton Centre in Jakarta on Sunday due to a blister on the small toe of his right foot.Wish a speedy recovery to Lee Chong Wei.

    Wish a speedy recovery to Lee Chong Wei.

  • Lee Chong Wei heads to Jakarta with boosted confidence

    Kuala Lumpur:  With four days to go before the start of the 2015 Badminton World Federation (BWF) World Championships, the badminton superstar Lee Chong Wei is feeling confident heading into Jakarta, Indonesia.

    "Unlike past years, this year is very different for me, because I am not seeded in the tournament. There is no pressure on me, and I am looking forward to great matches at the world meet," said Chong Wei.Malaysia's world championships team pose for a team photo at the Kuala Lumpur airport as they leave for Jakarta. (photo: Bernama)

    Malaysia's world championships team pose for a team photo at the Kuala Lumpur airport as they leave for Jakarta. (photo: Bernama)

  • Hendrawan: Lee Chong Wei is a great role model for young Malaysian players

    Kuala Lumpur: "Never discount the heart of a champion," Hendrawan was effusive in his praise for the badminton superstar Lee Chong Wei, after the rejuvenated former world No. 1 shuttler restored his dominance to lift back-to-back titles at the recently concluded US Open and Canada Open.Hope Hendrawan will make 2015 a breakthrough year for Lee Chong Wei

    Hope Hendrawan will make 2015 a breakthrough year for Lee Chong Wei

  • US Open win gives a big boost to Lee Chong Wei

    New York: Even though the U.S. Open Grand Prix Gold that recently concluded in New York was a Badminton World Federation (BWF) sanctioned "Level 3" tournament (The world badminton tournament structure has four levels: Level 1 'BWF Major Events', Level 2 'Superseries Premier and Superseries', Level 3 'Grand Prix Gold and Grand Prix Series', and Level 4 'International Challenge, International Series, and Future Series'), fans experienced an electric atmosphere in the men's singles final as one of the biggest stars in badminton, Lee Chong Wei finally won his first individual title after his 2014 Japan Open triumph.Hopefully Hendrawan (left) could strengthen and take Lee Chong Wei’s game to new heights.

    Hopefully Hendrawan (left) could strengthen and take Lee Chong Wei’s game to new heights.

  • Lee Chong Wei eases into US Open semi-finals

    New York: Despite declining in the Badminton World Federation (BWF) rankings to No. 180, Lee Chong Wei was aiming to continue the quest for his first title of the year at US Open.

    Regardless of the ranking, Lee Chong Wei is one of the greatest badminton players of our time.

    Regardless of the ranking, Lee Chong Wei is one of the greatest badminton players of our time.

  • Hendrawan to coach Lee Chong Wei

    Kuala Lumpur: The 2001 badminton men's singles world champion Hendrawan of Indonesia was appointed to coach Lee Chong Wei if Lee is set to be eligible to return to professional competition.Hendrawan (left) and Lee Chong Wei

    Hendrawan (left) and Lee Chong Wei

  • BAM to name new team of coaching staff

    Kuala Lumpur: The coaches who will be retained by the Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) will be announced on Tuesday.

    BAM technical director Morten Frost Hansen said negotiations on new contracts today went well, with some coaches expressing their willingness to continue serving the body.Hendrawan, Tey Seu Bock, Rashid Sidek (from left) have been coaching in BAM for many years.

    Hendrawan, Tey Seu Bock, Rashid Sidek (from left) have been coaching in BAM for many years.

  • Chong Wei benefits from Hendrawan’s experience

    Kuala Lumpur: Hendrawan, the 2000 Summer Olympics men's singles silver medalist, and winner of the 2001 World Championships will be assisting men's singles coach Tey Seu Bock in the BWF World Championships that will take place August 25-31 in Copenhagen, Denmark.Hendrawan trains with Lee Chong Wei

    Hendrawan trains with Lee Chong Wei

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