Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) General Secretary Kenny Goh has assured athletes and fans that the Malaysia Open will happen as scheduled on May 25-30.

Speaking to the media, he said, “I believe it was a logical move by BWF to postpone the India Open as the safety and health of the players are of the utmost importance.

“But having said that, the Malaysia Open is still very much on track for the scheduled dates. We are working closely with the various agencies to ensure that everything will be in order when the time comes.”

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