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Last updated: Nov 11 2018 10:59 IST RSS 2.0
 
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Razif hasn’t lost his touch and is ready to serve BAM again 22.10.2019 Badminton
PETALING JAYA: Doubles legend Datuk Razif Sidek may have aged but he is willing to serve the nation again for the sake of Malaysian badminton.
Rashid: It’s time we place more focus on juniors 10.10.2019 Badminton
PETALING JAYA: The fire must be lit from the young if Malaysia are to have a shot at Thomas Cup glory once again.
Start them young 10.10.2019 Badminton
PETALING JAYA: Eight former badminton greats have taken on the monumental task of unearthing new talents – a dearth faced by country – the unorthodox way.
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Tze Yong’s quick rise bodes well for his Project ’24 ambition 6.10.2019 Badminton
KUALA LUMPUR: National men’s singles back-up shuttler Ng Tze Yong wants to break into the world’s top 100 standings by the end of this year and win a spot in Project ’24.
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SAI and government supportive but unknowledgeable about sport: Gopichand 9.9.2019 Sports News: Cricket News, Latest updates on Tennis, Football, Badminton, WWE Results & more
India might be celebrating a world champion in PV Sindhu right now but national badminton coach Pullela Gopichand feels there are reasons to be worried about the future as the country needs a disciplined, structured programme to identify talent and nurture it to the highest levels.
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SUDIRMAN CUP Preview – Can Japan complete its collection? 18.5.2019 Badzine.net
Only China and Indonesia have a complete collection of world badminton team championship cups but as favourites at this year’s Sudirman Cup, can Japan finally join this most exclusive of […]
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A tactical masterstroke…and an emphatic comeback 5.1.2019 Badzine.net
Kento Momota’s strategy of taking on a methodical approach following his return from suspension, has not only made him become a more complete player but also helped him secure the […]
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WORLD JUNIORS Team Final – 5th straight for China! 11.11.2018 Badzine.net
Team China lifted the Suhandinata Cup for the 5th straight time, beating Korea 3-1 in the final. By Don Hearn.  Photos: Luis Veniegra / Badmintonphoto (live) The Suhandianta Cup, the […]
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KOREA OPEN Day 1 – Visiting veterans acclimatize 25.9.2018 Badzine.net
Singles got underway early with several veterans taking the qualifying rounds to get accustomed to playing on court as Seoul settles comfortably into autumn on this Chuseok long weekend. By […]
Should not have split doubles team: Uday Pawar 22.8.2018 SportsKeeda
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ASIAN GAMES Men’s Team Preview – Battle of the heavyweights 14.8.2018 Badzine.net
A China-Japan summit clash is in the cards with the Chinese having the upper hand but Asian continental champions Indonesia will draw on their home advantage for a podium finish. […]
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Shuttler HS Prannoy's mantra for WC, Asiad - Take calculative risks, don't hold back 22.7.2018 Zee News :Sports
"I have stopped thinking about losing those crucial matches because it brings a lot of negativity. I am just focusing on a whole perspective where I need to implement those strokes, take calculative risks and not hold back," Prannoy told PTI.
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Prannoy's mantra for WC, Asiad: Take calculative risks, don't hold back 22.7.2018 Badminton: Live Badminton Scores, News, Results, Schedule, Videos - myKhel
New Delhi, July 22: Having endured a topsy-turvy season, shuttler HS Prannoy says he wants to stay away from the negativity that surrounds heartbreaking losses and focus on taking more calculative risks to improve his fortunes at the upcoming
HS Prannoy's mantra for WC, Asiad: Take calculative risks, don't hold back 22.7.2018 Sports News: Cricket News, Latest updates on Tennis, Football, Badminton, WWE Results & more
Having endured a topsy-turvy season, shuttler HS Prannoy says he wants to stay away from the negativity that surrounds heart-breaking losses and focus on taking more calculative risks to improve his fortunes at the upcoming World Championship and Asian Games.
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MALAYSIA OPEN SF – Endo back in a major final 1.7.2018 Badzine.net
Hiroyuki Endo and Yuta Watanabe beat Asian Champions Li/Liu in a 78-minute marathon match to give Endo an 8th try at a top-tier title. By Don Hearn.  Photos: Yves Lacroix […]
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Biggest challenge for me is to maintain my fitness: Srikanth 17.6.2018 Rediff: Sports
The defence of four Super Series titles this season is not bothering Kidambi Srikanth as the ace shuttler is focussed on staying injury-free and winning a gold medal at the upcoming Asian Games.
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Focus is on fitness to win medal at Asian Games: Kidambi Srikanth 17.6.2018 Sports News: Cricket News, Latest updates on Tennis, Football, Badminton, WWE Results & more
"The biggest challenge for me these days is to maintain my fitness. I actually have issues with both my ankles. After the Olympics I had issues with my right ankle but last year I hurt my left ankle at the Nationals. So I have to be more careful before I plan my tournaments. So staying away from injury, that is what I am trying to do," Kidambi Srikanth said.
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Lakshya Sen and Gayatri Gopichand breeze into the quarter-finals of the Senior Ranking Tournament 16.6.2018 SportsCafe.in
While Lakshya Sen won against Siril Verma, Gayatri Gopichand defeated Vrushali G to qualify to the quarter-finals of the Senior Ranking Tournament in Bengaluru on Friday. Pratul Joshi is also through to quarters after a tight third-round match against Rahul Yadav which he won 20-22, 21-16, 21-12.
Zhang Ning fired 16.6.2018 Badzine.net
The recent Uber Cup disastrous outing for China will leave one woman down – According to Hong Kong’s South China Morning Post, Zhang Ning, head coach for  women’s single team […]
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No smoke without ire for Malaysian badminton player 14.6.2018 SportsKeeda
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