Liek Hou bags Malaysia’s 2nd gold medal at Tokyo Paralympics – Malaysiakini

Six-time world champion Cheah Liek Hou made history today when he became the first Paralympic badminton men’s singles champion.

The 33-year-old world number two was in amazing form as he crushed his nemesis and favourite Dheva Anrimusthi of Indonesia 21-17, 21-15 in the men’s singles SU5 (physical impairment) final at the Yoyogi National Stadium, Tokyo, Japan today.

Badminton is making its debut at the Tokyo Paralympics.

In the first game, world number one Anrimusthi…

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Liek Hou bags Malaysia’s 2nd gold medal at Tokyo Paralympics – Malaysiakini

Six-time world champion Cheah Liek Hou made history today when he became the first Paralympic badminton men’s singles champion.

The 33-year-old world number two was in amazing form as he crushed his nemesis and favourite Dheva Anrimusthi of Indonesia 21-17, 21-15 in the men’s singles SU5 (physical impairment) final at the Yoyogi National Stadium, Tokyo, Japan today.

Badminton is making its debut at the Tokyo Paralympics.

In the first game, world number one Anrimusthi…

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