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    Quote Originally Posted by Aikachan View Post
    Seriously, we need another XD pair. Gotta stop depending on ONE pair or ONE player. Find Lim Yin Loo a permanent XD partner, groom another young pairs...
    Agreed.

    Lim Yin Loo, Ong Jian Guo (unfortunately I'm only familiar with these players) where are their respected, permanent XD partners? That includes WD too. Other than Vivian and Khe Wei, which pair that have the potential or at least is being groomed to share the responsibility in WD department?

    BAM Exco - is there none at all among these people that REALLY care about MAS badminton?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aikachan View Post
    Seriously, we need another XD pair. Gotta stop depending on ONE pair or ONE player. Find Lim Yin Loo a permanent XD partner, groom another young pairs...
    Agreed.

    Lim Yin Loo, Ong Jian Guo (unfortunately I'm only familiar with these players) where are their respected, permanent XD partners? That includes WD too. Other than Vivian and Khe Wei, which pair that have the potential or at least is being groomed to share the responsibility in WD department?

    BAM Exco - is there none at all among these people that REALLY cares about MAS badminton?

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    All the BAM clowns should be sacked for goodness . Our badminton standard has been lagging behind other countries. Perhaps they should let GLY pair with other players other than CPS which could bring benefit in long-term

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    Published: Monday December 30, 2013 MYT 9:44:00 PM
    Updated: Monday December 30, 2013 MYT 9:51:39 PM
    Walking wounded Liu Ying’s future in doubt

    by rajes paul

    Mixed doubles player Goh Liu Ying (left) will have to go for surgery to fix her troublesome right knee. - Filepic

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    PUTRAJAYA: Shuttler Goh Liu Ying’s future is in doubt and it could see an end to her successful mixed doubles partnership with Chan Peng Soon.
    Liu Ying went for a Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) scan yesterday and the prognosis on her right knee was not good at all.
    “The condition is quite bad. The meniscus tear is bigger than before. I have also developed a small tear on my left knee.
    “This is an old injury. I have had it since 2008 but I have handled it for the last five years by going for treatment. But now, it has become quite unbearable. I find it painful even when I walk,” she said with tears welling in her eyes.
    Liu Ying said that she had two options.
    She could either go for a minor surgery that will rule her out of the game for four months or go for a major one, which will see her out of action from six to eight months.
    “I will seek advice from the NSI (National Sports Institute) and see how best to deal with this issue.”
    When asked about her future with Peng Soon, she was not non-committal.
    The world No. 5 pair have been entered for next month’s Korean Open and Malaysian Open. And they have also been lined up for a few major tournaments – the Commonwealth Games, World Championships and Asian Games.
    “I am not sure about it (her partnership with Peng Soon) right now. All I want to do now is to focus on my recovery,” she said.
    “If I decide to go for surgery, then I will encourage Peng Soon to play with another partner. It is not fair for me to keep him waiting,” added Liu Ying.

    National coach Jeremy Gan said he would resolve the matter as soon as possible.
    “Liu Ying told me of her condition based on the MRI report. She has sacrificed so much for the sport but her condition is not getting any better,” said Jeremy.

    “We will discuss this with Liu Ying and Peng Soon, the NSI team, the BAM (Badminton Association of Malaysia) and will come out with the best solution. For now, I do not want to make any decision on their future,” added Jeremy.

    Peng Soon-Liu Ying are the country’s top mixed doubles pair. They have won four titles – 2010 Asian Badminton Championships, 2011 German Open, 2012 Japan Open Super Series and 2012 Malaysian Open Grand Prix Gold – over the last five years.

    http://www.thestar.com.my/Sport/Badm...ture-in-doubt/

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    UALA LUMPUR: A desperate Goh Liu Ying went to Kelantan at the behest of Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) president Tan Sri Tengku Mahaleel Tengku Ariff to seek help from a traditional healer to recover from a right knee injury.

    For the 24-year-old Liu Ying, the traditional method is another option to consider before she makes a decision whether to go under the knife.

    A surgery could put her out of action for about four to eight months and jeopardise her mixed doubles partnership with Chan Peng Soon. There are a number of major tournaments this year – the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow from July 21-Aug 4, World Championships in Copenhagen from Aug 25-31 and Asian Games in Incheon, South Korea, from Sept 28-Oct 5.

    On Tuesday, Liu Ying were told by doctors to consider surgery based on the results of the Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) scan.
    Liu Ying said she decided to give alternative medicine a shot following a suggestion by Tengku Mahaleel.

    So on Jan 1, Liu Ying and coach Jeremy Gan went to Kota Baru and were picked up by Tengku Mahaleel at the airport. The journey to the traditional healer’s house took about an hour.

    “I had to miss my one-day break on New Year but this is just a little sacrifice that I have to make.

    “I appreciate my president’s wish to help me. I went with an open mind to see whether the traditional healer could help me. I did feel better after he straightened up my bones.

    “This is an option for me now, but I have not decided on anything yet. I am not sure whether the traditional way will work for me. I am still looking at other options,” said Liu Ying.

    Liu Ying will now meet up with National Sports Institute (NSI) chief operating officer (COO) Datuk Dr Ramlan before making a decision on her future in badminton.

    “Surgery is the last option and I am trying to get a second opinion. Dr Ramlan and his team have been monitoring my progress and I will seek his advice before I make a decision,” she said.

    Liu Ying has had knee problems since 2008, but she put off surgery due to the national team’s commitments.

    http://www.thestar.com.my/Sport/Badm...r-knee-injury/


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    KUALA LUMPUR: Mixed doubles coach Jeremy Gan has withdrawn Chan Peng Soon-Goh Liu Ying from the Korean Open, which begins in Seoul next Wednesday, due to the latter’s knee injury.

    Peng Soon-Liu Ying are the second pair to opt out of the season-opener following an earlier decision to withdraw Koo Kien Keat-Tan Boon Heong from the men’s doubles due to Boon Heong’s viral fever.

    “Liu Ying is down with a knee injury. For now, it is best that we pulled Liu Ying-Peng Soon out of the Korean Open. Their participation in the preceding Malaysian Open (Jan 14-19) and other future tournaments depends on Liu Ying’s condition,” said Jeremy.

    “Liu Ying is looking at several options to recover from the knee injury. If all does not work in her favour, she will have no choice but to opt for a surgery. A decision will be made next week.”

    http://www.thestar.com.my/Sport/Badm...m-Korean-Open/

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    PUTRAJAYA: Chan Peng Soon had two reasons to be upset on Monday.
    First, he was unhappy with the prize money given to the mixed doubles winners in the National Grand Prix Finals at the Precinct 11 Sports Complex.
    Peng Soon and his scratch partner Lai Pei Jing received only RM1,600 each after winning the title.
    They were declared winners after their opponents Ong Jian Guo-Lim Yin Loo conceded a walkover following Jian Guo’s back injury.
    Peng Soon said the prize distribution was unfair and hoped the organisers would review it and alleviate the status of the National GP Finals.
    The men’s doubles champions took home RM11,000 (RM5,500 each) while the women’s doubles received RM4,800 (RM2,400 each). The men’s singles winner collected RM7,000 while the women’s singles champion was given RM4,000. “Why are we (mixed doubles players) treated so differently? We play as hard as everyone else. Unfortunately, the lowest prize money given here was the lowest of the lot,” said Peng Soon.
    “The BWF (Badminton World Federation) offer the same prize money for all. I don’t understand why the local players are treated differently.

    “I believe this is one of the reasons why many local players are not motivated to become mixed doubles players. I do hope this matter will be reviewed.”


    Peng Soon was also unhappy over the uncertainty of his five-year successful partnership with Goh Liu Ying following the latter’s injury woes.

    “Liu Ying is down with injury. For now, I am unsure of our plans for next year. Our participation in the Korean Open and Malaysian Open is hanging in the balance. I will let my coach (Jeremy Gan) look into this matter,” he added.

    http://www.thestar.com.my/Sport/Badm...-us-the-money/

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    Quote Originally Posted by eaglehelang View Post
    UALA LUMPUR: A desperate Goh Liu Ying went to Kelantan at the behest of Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) president Tan Sri Tengku Mahaleel Tengku Ariff to seek help from a traditional healer to recover from a right knee injury.

    For the 24-year-old Liu Ying, the traditional method is another option to consider before she makes a decision whether to go under the knife.

    A surgery could put her out of action for about four to eight months and jeopardise her mixed doubles partnership with Chan Peng Soon. There are a number of major tournaments this year – the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow from July 21-Aug 4, World Championships in Copenhagen from Aug 25-31 and Asian Games in Incheon, South Korea, from Sept 28-Oct 5.

    On Tuesday, Liu Ying were told by doctors to consider surgery based on the results of the Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) scan.
    Liu Ying said she decided to give alternative medicine a shot following a suggestion by Tengku Mahaleel.

    So on Jan 1, Liu Ying and coach Jeremy Gan went to Kota Baru and were picked up by Tengku Mahaleel at the airport. The journey to the traditional healer’s house took about an hour.

    “I had to miss my one-day break on New Year but this is just a little sacrifice that I have to make.

    “I appreciate my president’s wish to help me. I went with an open mind to see whether the traditional healer could help me. I did feel better after he straightened up my bones.

    “This is an option for me now, but I have not decided on anything yet. I am not sure whether the traditional way will work for me. I am still looking at other options,” said Liu Ying.

    Liu Ying will now meet up with National Sports Institute (NSI) chief operating officer (COO) Datuk Dr Ramlan before making a decision on her future in badminton.

    “Surgery is the last option and I am trying to get a second opinion. Dr Ramlan and his team have been monitoring my progress and I will seek his advice before I make a decision,” she said.

    Liu Ying has had knee problems since 2008, but she put off surgery due to the national team’s commitments.

    http://www.thestar.com.my/Sport/Badm...r-knee-injury/

    so funny,why they always come kelantan ah~~~

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    Liu Ying puts off surgery, for now


    KUALA LUMPUR: Mixed doubles specialist Goh Liu Ying has decided to give herself one more chance to salvage her career – before deciding whether to undergo knee surgery.

    On Thursday, Liu Ying decided to play on with her loyal partner Chan Peng Soon in the Malaysian Open starting next Wednesday at the Putra Stadium in Bukit Jalil.

    Last week, she pulled out of the ongoing season opener Korean Open in Seoul because she could not go full swing in training.

    “For now, I am not experiencing any unbearable pain in my knee. I can move around during training and I have decided to gauge my condition at the Malaysian Open,” said Liu Ying.

    “I want to see whether my knee can handle the strain of playing in a competitive tournament like the Malaysian Open. If I cannot move as freely as I wish, I will opt for surgery.

    “I will surely decide after the Malaysian Open. I am glad that Peng Soon is really understanding. This is very important to me because my career as a badminton player depends on it.

    “I want to be really, really sure before making a final decision.”

    So far, all the doctors, including National Sports Institute (NSI) chief executive officer (CEO) Datuk Dr Ramlan Aziz, have advised Liu Ying to go for surgery so that her condition would not worsen.

    The 24-year-old Liu Ying is suffering from a meniscus tear on her right knee after years of pushing herself in training and competitions. In fact, she has developed a small tear on her left knee, too.

    If she goes for surgery, Liu Ying can forget about competing in all major tournaments this year – the Commonwealth Games, World Championships and Asian Games.

    The surgery will require her to stay off the badminton court for four to eight months and undergo a rehabilitation programme.

    In the Malaysian Open, Liu Ying-Peng Soon are seeded sixth and drawn in the challenging top half of the draw with top seeds Zhang Nan-Zhao Yunlei of China, the Adcocks – Chris and Gabrielle – and Denmark’s third seeds Joachim Fischer Nielsen-Christinna Pedersen.

    Zhang Nan-Yunlei are the overwhelming favourites while the Europeans will be strong contenders, too. The Adcocks nailed the Hong Kong Open last year while Fischer Nielsen-Pedersen also ended the year on a high when they emerged BWF World Super Series Finals champions.

    In the opening round, Liu Ying-Peng Soon have a tricky match against Indonesia’s professional players Mohd Rijal-Vita Marissa.

    National coach Jeremy Gan said that he would support Liu Ying no matter what her decision is.

    “This is the time when Liu Ying needs all the support she can get. She has sacrificed so much for the sport and now, she needs us to be there by her side. Let us see how she performs at the Malaysian Open first before making any decisions,” said Jeremy when asked whether he had chosen any candidates as a future partner for Peng Soon.

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    KUALA LUMPUR: The successful partnership of Goh Liu Ying and Chan Peng Soon has been temporarily disbanded.
    The 24-year-old Liu Ying has finally decided to go for a surgery to treat her nagging knee problems. The op on both her knees will rule her out of competition for a minimum of six months.


    The damage is more severe on her right knee, which has a meniscus tear and a partial tear on her ligament. There is also a small meniscus tear on her left knee.
    Liu Ying said on Friday that it was best for her to go under the knife now – and then work towards getting to peak form for the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro

    “It was a tough call ... but one I had to make to ensure that I will still have a bright future in badminton,” she said after consulting Dr Gan Eng Cheng of Damansara Specialist Centre.


    “I believe that my sacrifice now will eventually yield good results in the future. My ultimate goal is to win a medal at the next Olympic Games. So, for now, surgery seems to be the best option.”


    As such, Liu Ying can forget about the Commonwealth Games in Scotland in July. Her participation in the World Championships in Copenhagen in August and the Asian Games in Incheon is also in doubt.


    “It all depends on me. I will go for the surgery after the Chinese New Year. Then, I will undergo a six-month rehabilitation programme. I promise I’ll follow it (the rehab programme) diligently.

    Although I will miss months of competition, I’ll probably qualify for the World Championships with Peng Soon. We are ranked sixth in the world and should not suffer a huge drop. Qualifying is not a problem but I’m not sure if I’ll be at my best by then. Let’s wait and see ...
    “I’m keeping my fingers crossed that I’ll be in a good position to play at least in one major tournament this year.”


    Liu Ying also said that she had informed Peng Soon of her decision to go for the op.
    “I know that my decision has put Peng Soon in a spot ... but he is very understanding. Our coach (Jeremy Gan) is looking for a partner for him and I wish them well,” she said.
    Jeremy said that he had a few options for Peng Soon. Among the names bandied about are Lim Yin Loo, Lai Pei Jing and Vivian Hoo.


    Pei Jing seems to be the better bet as the duo had formed a winning combination before. Last month, they won the mixed doubles title in the National Grand Prix Finals at Putrajaya.
    For the record, Liu Ying-Peng Soon have won four titles in the last five years – 2010 Asian Badminton Championships, 2011 German Open, 2012 Japan Open Super Series and 2012 Malaysian Open Grand Prix Gold.

    http://www.thestar.com.my/Sport/Badm...ip-put-on-ice/

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    Peng Soon-Pei Jing fall in Austria final

    BY KNG ZHENG GUAN

    Filepic shows Lai Pei Jing (left) and Chan Peng Soon in training in Stadium Juara.


    PETALING JAYA: Mixed doubles shuttlers Chan Peng Soon-Lai Pei Jing came close to a perfect start in their partnership at the Austrian International Challenge in Vienna.

    Playing in their first international competition together, Peng Soon-Pei Jing marched all the way to the final on Saturday. Unfortunately, the Malaysians lost 15-21, 21-15, 16-21 to the experienced Polish pair of Robert Mateusiak-Agnieszka Wojtokowska. Earlier in the semi-finals, Peng Soon-Pei Jing defeated Taiwan’s Chen Hung-ling-Wu Ti-jung 21-16, 21-16.

    Pei Jing previously partnered Tan Aik Quan and they were ranked as high as No.15 in the world. As for Peng Soon, his regular partner Goh Liu Ying is taking time out due to a knee injury.

    Pei Jing was pleased they managed to reach the final in their first outing.

    “As it was my first international tournament with Peng Soon, I was initially a little excited and under a bit of pressure,” explained the diminutive 21-year-old.

    “But Peng Soon and coach Jeremy (Gan) were very patient and kept encouraging me. I grew calmer and more confident as the tournament progressed. Although this is just a small tournament, I learned a lot playing with Peng Soon.

    “I think we have a pretty good understanding on court and we didn’t do too bad in the end. But it’s quite disappointing not to get off to a winning start because I set a target of lifting the title,” added Pei Jing.

    Peng Soon-Pei Jing’s next tournament is the German Open which starts in Mulheim on Tuesday.
    The pair will have to step up from the first round itself as they have been drawn against third seeds Ko Sung-hyun-Kim Ha-na of South Korea.

    “I’ll try not to worry too much about the German Open because the opponents there are definitely stronger. What’s more important is that I go in with the attitude to learn and to do my best and take it one match at a time,” said Pei Jing.

    Besides Peng Soon-Pei Jing, men’s singles shuttlers Liew Daren, Tan Chun Seang, Misbun Ramdan Misbun and Mohd Arif Abdul Latif will also be in action.

    In the men’s doubles, Malaysian Open champions Goh V Shem-Lim Khim Wah and Hoon Thien How-Tan Wee Kiong are Malaysia’s representatives.



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    I was wondering what they were up to. I hope they will be back soon.

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    Peng Soon-Pei Jing deliver India Open surprise

    BY KNG ZHENG GUAN

    Chan Peng Soon and Lai Pei Jing (front) in a file photo. They beat eight seeds Kenichi Hayakawa-Misaki Matsutomo of Japan 21-15, 8-21, 23-21 in the India Open first round.

    PETALING JAYA: Mixed doubles pair Chan Peng Soon-Lai Pei Jing served up a pleasant shocker in the first round of the India Open, but it was more woes for singles shuttler Chong Wei Feng in New Delhi.

    Wei Feng who withdrew from the semi-finals of the Malaysian Open GP Gold last month due to a back injury was clearly not at his best as he went down fighting 12-21, 21-15, 19-21 on Wednesday to Japanese veteran Sho Sasaki, who will go on to meet seventh seed Du Pengyu of China.

    The day however belonged to qualifiers Peng Soon-Pei Jing who were on song as they got the better of world No. 19 and eight seeds Kenichi Hayakawa-Misaki Matsutomo 21-15, 8-21, 23-21.

    It is the best win in their short stint together, in what could be their last ever tournament as a pair as Goh Liu Ying is set to return to partner Peng Soon in the Singapore Open Superseries next week (April 8-13). After changing her mind about going for knee surgery, Liu Ying spent the last few weeks on a strengthening programme with the National Sports Institute.

    Peng Soon-Pei Jing’s win on Wednesday also made up for their disappointing performances in the All-England and Malaysian Open GP Gold, in which they were beaten in the first round and qualifiers respectively.

    Peng Soon, who turns 26 on April 27, however believes they got lucky against the Japanese and wants to focus more on the next round, where they face South Korea’s Shin Baek-cheol-Eom Hye-won.

    “We really got lucky this time especially since there was no pressure on us and we just thought about winning this match,” said Peng Soon.

    “But it was definitely a better performance compared to the ones we put up at the All-England and the Malaysian Open GP Gold. Now we just need to maintain this performance heading into the next round.”

    Pei Jing meanwhile attributed the win to Peng Soon’s resilience and fighting spirit.

    “I wasn’t playing so well but Peng Soon covered me well and kept on encouraging me,” said the 21-year-old.

    “We trailed 2-8 and 14-18 in the third game but Peng Soon kept fighting for every point without giving up. That is something I need to learn from him.

    “Now we just need to prepare ourselves for the next match and try not to think too much about it.”

    The other mixed doubles pair in the fray – Mohd Lufti Zaim-Soong Fie Cho, were shown the exit by Indonesia’s brother-sister pairing of Markis Kido-Pia Zebadiah Bernadeth 17-21, 11-21.

    In other results, men’s pair Goh V Shem-Lim Khim Wah picked themselves up from a demoralising defeat in the Malaysian Open GP Gold final to Singapore’s Danny Bawa Chrisnanta-Chayut Triyachart by beating India’s Manu Attri-B. Sumeeth Reddy 21-19, 21-19.

    Meanwhile, in the men’s doubles, Hoon Thien How-Tan Wee Kiong crashed out to China’s Kang Jun-Liu Cheng 6-21, 18-21.


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    Peng Soon’s collection is now completeBY RAJES PAULMixed doubles specialist Chan Peng Soon (behind) is glad he has been included in the Thomas Cup team for the first time. - ROHAIZAT MD DARUS/ The StarMixed doubles specialist Chan Peng Soon (behind) is glad he has been included in the Thomas Cup team for the first time. - ROHAIZAT MD DARUS/ The Star EmailFacebook0KUALA LUMPUR: Mixed doubles specialist Chan Peng Soon accomplished a record of sorts with his surprise inclusion in the Thomas Cup Finals squad for the first time.The 26-year-old Peng Soon, who forms the number one mixed doubles partnership with Goh Liu Ying, will be making his Finals debut in New Delhi from May 18-25.The others in the men’s doubles team are world No. 7 Hoon Thien How-Tan Wee Kiong, reigning Malaysian Open champions Lim Khim Wah-Goh V Shem and Tan Boon Heong.“When I was playing in the men’s doubles (2008-2009), I did not make the cut for the Finals.“Now, as a mixed doubles player, I get this surprise call-up.“I’m just so happy,” said Peng Soon.“By playing in the Thomas Cup Finals, I would have played in all the major badminton tournaments.“I have featured in the Olympic Games, World Championships, Asian Games and Commonwealth Games. It is complete now.“I’m very honoured by this (his selection). This shows that the selectors have kept the door open even for a mixed doubles player like me in a men’s team event.“I guess, my experience really made the difference.”Peng Soon was chosen ahead of two-time world junior champion Ow Yao Han and old-timer Koo Kien Keat, who had resigned from the national team in March this year.Before embarking on the mixed doubles, Peng Soon had played in the men’s doubles with Khim Wah and the duo did exceptionally well to win the 2009 Thailand Open Grand Prix Gold title.On Monday, Peng Soon was seen partnering Khim Wah during the first day of centralised camp-cum-training at the Juara Stadium in Bukit Kiara.Boon Heong also played together with his former partner Thien How, who was his world junior champion partner in 2004. One another court, V Shem and Wee Kiong, both fast-attacking and aggressive shuttlers, looked sharp.“Today, the coaches were just testing us.“I played with all of them. It does take some adjustment to get back the feel of playing in the men’s doubles but I will get there,” said Peng Soon.Asked if Khim Wah is his ideal partner, Peng Soon said: “I’ll leave that to the coaches. For now, my focus is to complement well with all the players.“They are all established doubles players and I must match them.“I will be ready to play with anyone – as long as it fits with the coaches plan.”Malaysia are in Group C with South Korea, Germany and India.In order to be group champions, it is vital that the men’s doubles deliver at least one point to support their men’s singles counterparts.The men’s singles players are Lee Chong Wei, Chong Wei Feng, Liew Daren and Goh Soon Huat.

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    She may be back next year but now, she is trying modelling.

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    Wondering who is the best women net player in malaysia

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