BA of Malaysia vice-president Datuk Ng Chin Chai revealed he was a victim of character assassination after settling his defamation suit against former world No. 1 Roslin Hashim. He calls on all parties to close ranks and help uplift the sport.
Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) general-secretary Datuk Kenny Goh says he is open to constructive criticism, but draws the line at malicious or slanderous accusations, after settling a defamation suit against former world No. 1, Roslin Hashim.
The error in not registering Teo Ee Yi to partner Ong Yew Sin in the men’s doubles event of the upcoming Indonesia Masters has resulted in the BA of Malaysia forking out money, and dealing with a resignation.
Youth and Sports Minister Datuk Seri Ahmad Faizal Azumu guarantees the safety and wellbeing of Indian badminton players at upcoming Malaysia Open, following recent tensions over Indian politicians’ anti-Islam remarks.
With several shuttlers from India expected to play in the upcoming Malaysia Open, the BA of Malaysia will monitor the growing blowback from the offensive remarks uttered by two senior BJP officials against Prophet Muhammad, as Muslim nations continue to condemn the South Asian nation.
Malaysia’s shocking defeat to India in the quarterfinals of the Thomas Cup exposed the lack of work done at the grassroots. Talent cannot be unearthed if children have no shuttlecocks, or badminton coaches to guide them in schools.
Badminton Association of Malaysia vice-president and technical officials committee chairman, Datuk Kah Kau Kiak, welcomes Malaysians to be a part of the game by officiating matches.
BA of Malaysia deputy president Datuk Seri Jahaberdeen Mohamed Yunoos believes the national body and national shuttler Lee Zii Jia have reached an “amicable solution” and that the details will be revealed next week.
It is only right Lee Zii Jia basks in his glory of becoming All-England champion but it would be good for him to keep grounded and not be intoxicated by his overnight fame.
Badminton Association of Malaysia coaching director Wong Choong Hann says two-time world junior champion Goh Jin Wei remains an important member of the national team and will be given time to recover fully from her injuries.
The Badminton Association of Malaysia said the survivors of this morning’s accident at Maju Expressway, which included world No 1 Kento Momota were being kept under observation. The national body will do what it takes to ensure the victims get the best treatment.
Former national doubles coach Rexy Mainaky tipped to become technical director upon return to BA of Malaysia but not everyone’s happy.
Excluding sports school shuttlers will encourage juniors elsewhere to work their way to winning medals at Malaysia Games.