The Badminton England has confirmed the All-England Championships scheduled for March 11-15 is set to go ahead despite the increasing Covid-19 coronavirus spread across the globe.
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Kento Momota captured his first title of 2020 by emphatically winning the Malaysia Masters men's singles final after the Japanese tamed Denmark’s Viktor Axelsen 24-22, 21-11.
Lee Zii Jia did all he could to give Kento Momota a fight in their Malaysia Masters semi-final clash but fell to a 10-21, 19-21 loss to the world number one whom he claimed was only playing at half tank.
Roslin Hashim may have ruled the world during his formidable playing career, but says life from the other side of the court as a commentator is a different challenging to give fans the best viewing experience.
Lee Zii Jia described his comeback victory against Shi Yuqi as the “biggest win of his career” after the Malaysian won 12-21, 21-16, 21-19 in a pulsating quarter-final action at the 2020 Malaysia Masters on Friday.
Reigning world champion P. V. Sindhu lamented poor officiating in her second round match against Aya Ohori at the Malaysia Masters and called for the Badminton World Federation to introduce Hawk-Eye technology in every court.
Lee Zii Jia is already preparing for his second big name upset at the Malaysia Masters after checking into the quarter-finals following an impressive 21-19, 22-20 triumph over Sameer Verma on Thursday.