Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Badminton Video: 2010 Thomas Cup Semi Finals Men Singles 1 Malaysia vs China (Lee Chong Wei VS Lin Dan)

Monday, May 17, 2010

Badminton Video: 2010 Thomas Cup Group B Match 3 Men Singles 2 Malaysia vs Japan (Wong Choong Hann VS Sho Sasaki)

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Badminton Video: 2010 Thomas Cup Group B Match 2 Men Doubles 1 Malaysia vs Japan (Koo Kien Keat & Tan Boon Heong VS Noriyasu Hirata & Hirokatsu Hashimoto )

Badminton Video: 2010 Thomas Cup Group B Match 1 Men Singles 1 Malaysia vs Japan (Lee Chong Wei VS Kenichi Tago)

Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Monday, May 10, 2010

Thomas & Uber Cup 2010!

Thomas and Uber Cup 2010 are ongoing now from May 9 - 16 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. All the big teams including China (favorite team), Malaysia, Indonesia, Denmark and Korea have sent all their top players to in their attempt to emerge victorious in both events. So, what is your prediction? Based on the most recent results from this year's badminton tournaments, I would say that all the top five teams especially for Thomas Cup have an equal chance of going all the way provided that they live up to their top game when it matters most. Nevertheless, my prediction is still China taking both the cups, although I am hopeful that other countries such as Malaysia (haven't won Thomas Cup since 1992) and Indonesia (last won it in 2002) would step up their game and emerge as Champions!

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Thursday, May 6, 2010

Badminton News: Gunalan thinks Malaysia are capable of beating China with a 3-0 scoreline


FORMER Malaysian ace and top international badminton official Datuk Punch Gunalan feels that Malaysia need to produce a “shock and awe” performance in a Thomas Cup tie against China with All-England champion Lee Chong Wei firing the first salvo if they harbour hopes of toppling the defending champions.
Malaysia are playing in Group B, which has Nigeria and Japan. And they can only be up against China in the knockout stage and it could be in the quarter-finals if they slip up against Japan and advance as group runners-up.

Badminton News: Mew Choo gets down to serious business after high fever

WONG Mew Choo struggled for breath and was panting away at times.
But if her determination is anything to go by, Malaysia can certainly count on her to rally the team together to beat the odds in the Uber Cup Finals.
Barely hours after coming down with high fever, Mew Choo surprisingly turned up on court to train with the rest of the team at the Putra Stadium in Bukit Jalil yesterday. To her relief, the fever and flu scare turned out to be nothing much to worry about.

Badminton News: Ong’s glad to have overcome setback to play in Finals

DOUBLES shuttler Ong Soon Hock is finding it hard to believe that he may be playing for Malaysia in the Thomas Cup Finals in just a few days.
Four years ago, he was fighting for his life after contracting a mysterious illness. He had to stop playing for a year because of weakening muscles. He was losing hair and the doctors suspected that it could be some form of cancer.

Badminton News: Shuttler Hafiz can turn to coach, brother for advice


MOHD Hafiz Hashim should be smiling. He has an advantage over everyone else to win a tie for Malaysia in a deciding match of a Thomas Cup tie.
And if he fails to capitalise on it, he will only have himself to blame.

Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Badminton News: Chong Wei now armed with new weapon to surprise his rivals

WORLD No. 1 Lee Chong Wei is all pumped up to add spice to his game to take his hot run through the Thomas Cup Finals.
Together with coach and mentor Misbun Sidek, the duo have quietly developed a way over the last few weeks to catch the opponents by surprise in the Finals.

Badminton News: Razif expects a Malaysia and Denmark tie to go 3-2 either way


A CLIFF-HANGER is on the cards if Malaysia are to meet Denmark in the Tho­mas Cup Finals.
The skipper of the Malay­sian Tho­mas Cup-winning team in 1992, Razif Sidek, said that Denmark would be fighting for every point against Malaysia and the probable outcome would be 3-2 either way.

Saturday, May 1, 2010

Badminton News: Paris perfect for Tan Fook’s honeymoon and last fling at glory

KUALA LUMPUR: Veteran men’s doubles shuttler Choong Tan Fook has two very good reasons for wanting to go to Paris in August.
The 35-year-old Tan Fook has qualified on merit with Lee Wan Wah for his eighth World Championships, which will be held in Paris from Aug 23-29.

Badminton News: Former All-England champ out to win all his third singles matches


KUALA LUMPUR: Singles shuttler Mohd Hafiz Hashim is currently the least popular player in the Thomas Cup squad.

The general impression among the public is that they do not trust Hafiz as the third singles player in the squad for the Finals, which will be held at Putra Stadium in Bukit Jalil from May 9-16.

Badminton News: Dionysius is the player to watch in Finals, says Choong Hann

KUALA LUMPUR: Dionysius Hayom Rumbaka’s name may be quite a tongue twister.
But according to veteran Wong Choong Hann, badminton fans had better get used to pronouncing it because the Indonesian youngster is set to be one of the bright stars to watch out for at this year’s Thomas Cup Finals, which will be held at Putra Stadium in Bukit Jalil from May 9-16.

Badminton News: Unseeded South Korea are always a tough nut to crack

Razif Sidek, captain of the last Malaysian team to win the Thomas Cup in 1992, runs the rule over South Korea in the run-up to this year’s edition and shares his views with StarSports’s LIM TEIK HUAT. Razif feels that the Koreans, bolstered by the return of dangerman Lee Hyun-il and their usually reliable doubles players, should not be taken lightly.