Malaysia national badminton team

The Malaysia national badminton team is a badminton team that plays for Malaysia in international competitions. The men's team has enjoyed immense success, having won the Thomas Cup five times, most recently in 1992 and became runner-up nine times. In the Uber Cup competition, the women's team with the best results in 1975, 2004, 2008 and 2010 edition making it to the quarter-finals. Malaysia competed in the Sudirman Cup since 1989 with the best result in 2009, placed third.[1]

Competitive recordEdit

InternationalEdit

Thomas & Uber CupEdit

Thomas Cup Record Uber Cup Record
Year Round Year Round
2020 Qualified 2020 Qualified
2018 Quarterfinal 2018 Group Stage
2016 Semifinal 2016 Group Stage
2014 Runner-up 2014 Group Stage
2012 Quarterfinal 2012 DNP
2010 Semifinal 2010 Quarterfinal
2008 Semifinal 2008 Divisional Final
2006 Semifinal 2006 DNP
2004 Divisional Final 2004 Divisional Final
2002 Runner-up 2002 DNP
2000 Final Group Stage 2000 Final Group Stage
1998 Runner-up 1998 DNQ
1996 Final Group Stage 1996
1994 Runner-up 1994
1992 Champion 1992 Final Group Stage
1990 Runner-up 1990 DNQ
1988 Runner-up 1988 Final Group Stage
1986 Third place 1986 DNQ
1984 Final Group Stage 1984 Final Group Stage
1982 Quarterfinal 1981 First Round
1979 Intra-zone 1978 Intra-zone
1976 Runner-up 1975 First Round
1973 Intra-zone 1972 Intra-zone
1970 Runner-up 1969 DNP
1967 Champion {1966
1964 Semifinal 1963
1961 Intra-zone 1960 Intra-zone
1958 Runner-up 1957
1958 Champion
1952 Champion
1949 Champion

AsiaEdit

Asia ChampionshipsEdit

Asia Championships Record
Year Men Women Mixed
2020   Silver   Bronze Not Held
2019 Not Held Quarterfinals
2018   Bronze Quarterfinals Not Held
2017 Not Held Quarterfinals
2016 Quarterfinals Quarterfinals Not Held

PlayersEdit

Current squadEdit

The following players were selected to represent Malaysia at the 2019 Sudirman Cup.[2]

Previous squadEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Populorum, Mike. "Archiv SudirmanCup". sbg.ac.at. Retrieved 8 May 2019.
  2. ^ "The wait for Chong Wei's return continues – but hopefully not much longer". The Star. 25 April 2019. Retrieved 4 May 2019.