Brunei national badminton team

Brunei national badminton team
Brunei national badminton team
Pasukan badminton kebangsaan Brunei Darussalam
ڤاسوكن بدمينتون كبڠسأن بروني دارالسلام
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SportBadminton 22
AssociationBrunei National Badminton Association
LocationBrunei
Head coachImay Hendra
Affiliation(s)Badminton World Federation
ConfederationBadminton Asia
World rank113 (points balanced with Kiribati)

The Brunei national badminton team represents Brunei in international badminton competitions.[1] It is controlled by the Brunei National Badminton Association. The Bruneian team competed in the Summer Universiade in 2007. The team was placed in Group D and finished in 20th place.

The Bruneian men's team only competed in badminton at the Southeast Asian Games two times, in 1999 where it was the host team and in 2001. Brunei has yet to win a medal in badminton. Brunei made their badminton debut at the Summer Olympics in 2016, when Jaspar Yu Woon Chai was called up to represent Brunei at the 2016 Rio Olympics men's singles event from a tripartite invitation.

Former Indonesian badminton player, Imay Hendra was called up to the national team as a doubles coach.

Participation in Commonwealth Games

Mixed team

Year Result
1994 Group stage

Participation in Summer Universiade

Year Result
Thailand 2007 Group D − 20th[2]

Participation in SEA Games

Men's team

Year Result
1999 Quarterfinals
2001 Quarterfinals

Current squad

Men
  • Jaspar Yu Woon Chai
  • Ahmad Mahyuddin Haji Abas
  • Izzuddin Ermadena
  • Muhammad Iqbal Asyraf
  • Haji Jimidin Haji Emran
  • Romzi Haji Maidin
  • Woo Chang Huei
Women
  • Nuraqilah Haji Shahroney
  • Siti Marinah Mohammad Salleh
  • Janey Koh
  • Nicole Leong
  • Pengiran Nurhaziqah Amina
  • Munyati Haji Abdul Khamis
  • Chin Le Hui

References

  1. ^ "Badminton Asia". www.badmintonasia.org. Retrieved 2022-08-15.
  2. ^ "Wayback Machine". web.archive.org. 2008-05-14. Retrieved 2022-08-15.