Allianz Junior Badminton
Championship 2022

Allianz Junior Badminton Championship (AJBC) 2022 adalah kejohanan badminton untuk pemain-pemain yang berumur 15 tahun dan ke bawah. Terdapat dua kategori umur yang dipertandingkan iaitu Bawah 13 dan Bawah 15.

AJBC adalah sebuah platform yang disediakan untuk pemain yang ingin mengambil bahagian dalam kejohanan yang tersusun dan kompetitif, serta untuk memperoleh kemahiran untuk menjadi seorang pemain profesional pada masa hadapan. Selain daripada memupuk semangat kesukanan yang sebenar, AJBC juga bertujuan untuk mempromosikan kesihatan dan kesejahteraan, serta memupuk keharmonian sosial melalui badminton.

Kepada mereka yang tidak dapat menghadiri majlis pelancaran AJBC pada 24 Julai 2022 lalu, sila nikmati video di bawah untuk fahami lebih lanjut mengenai AJBC.
Pusingan 1
Pusingan 2
Pusingan 3
Pusingan 4
Pusingan 5
Pusingan 6
Pusingan 7
Peringkat Akhir

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Bawah 13 Tahun Bawah 15 Tahun
Perseorangan Lelaki Perseorangan Lelaki
Perseorangan Perempuan Perseorangan Perempuan
Beregu Lelaki Beregu Lelaki
Beregu Perempuan Beregu Perempuan
Bentuk pertandingan adalah berdasarkan Kalah Singkir (Knockout) di mana pemain hanya akan bermain satu (1) set sahaja dengan sistem kiraan tiga puluh (30) mata dalan pusingan awal hingga suku akhir. Manakala, separuh akhir dan akhir akan menggunakan sistem Best of 3 Sets (21 mata).
Kategori hadiah adalah untuk Perseorangan Lelaki, Perseorangan Perempuan, Beregu Lelaki dan Beregu Perempuan.

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  Johan Naib Johan Tempat Ketiga / Tempat Keempat
Pusingan Kelayakan
RM500 RM300 RM100
Pusingan Kelayakan
RM600 RM400 RM200
Peringkat Akhir RM1,000 RM500 RM200
  • Peserta perlu lengkap 2 dos vaksin dan melebihi 14 hari.
  • Pemakaian pelitup muka sepanjang masa apabila berada di dewan pertandingan KECUALI apabila berada di dalam gelanggang.
  • Peserta hendaklah membuat ujian saringan COVID-19 24 jam sebelum pertandingan dan hendaklah ditunjukkan kepada penganjur (ujian kendiri juga diterima).
  • Peserta perlu mematuhi penjarakan sosial 1 meter sepanjang berada di dewan pertandingan.

SMK Sri Aman’s Hisma Aida and Hisma Aina hope to one day become the most popular identical female twins in badminton.

The sisters, born four minutes apart, began their campaign at the inaugural Allianz Junior Badminton Championship 2022 with relative ease.

Aina defeated Wong Le Xuan 30-12 in the first round of the under-15 girl’s singles, while Aida received a bye. The twins will also compete in the doubles event at the Sports Arena Puchong.

"We are confident of performing to our expectation. It is a very challenging tournament with talented players from all over the state," said Aida, who with her sister is looking forward to reaching the finals of both the singles and doubles events.

Multi-talented Dillon Choo faced disappointment as his journey in the Allianz Junior Badminton Championship ended with a second-round defeat to Yap Chun Le in the under-15 boy’s singles category..

Dillon, who also holds a junior black belt in taekwondo and is a competitive swimmer, is determined to learn from his mistakes and improve his game further.

"I am very disappointed by the defeat. I made too many errors and have a lot of areas to improve," said Dillon, who received a sports scholarship to pursue his studies at Sunway International School.

"I only started playing badminton in 2019 and enjoy the game. But today's defeat is a learning experience," he added.

The Allianz Junior Badminton Championship (AJBC) earned the seal of approval from parents.

Hisham Helmy and his wife Maria Salehuddin, the proud parents of Hisma Aida and Hisma Aina, were excited to see their daughters in the thick of the action.

Hisham revealed that Aida and Aina dream of representing Malaysia one day and is happy his daughters can compete and sharpen their skills.

"We are excited. AJBC provides my kids an avenue to test themselves and compete against players of various skill levels,” said Hisham.

Maria echoed Hisham’s sentiments, adding that the tournament would also help instill discipline and commitment in the players.

Despite standing only three feet tall, tournament hopeful Muhammad Aska Harris, eight, packs a powerful smash!

The pint-sized ace, along with his sister Auni Syaafiyah (11) and brother Mohd Amsyar Nasrullah Zailan (12), joined 33 other junior shuttlers at the Allianz Junior Badminton Coaching Clinic in Kemaman, Terengganu, with former national players Mohamad Zakry Latif and Mohamed Ariff Latif.

"Today, I picked up new tips on how to smash. I enjoyed the session. I hope Allianz will organise more coaching sessions and tournaments," Aska said.

Amsyar echoed that he was equally excited about the opportunity to learn from the former national stars.

"It's not always that we get to watch and learn from good coaches. Not only did I get to improve my skills and knowledge, but also I made so many new friends."

The two-hour clinic was held on the eve of the Allianz Junior Badminton Championship qualifying round at Dewan Badminton Masterscaff in Bandar Baru Bukit Montok, Chukai.

Tham Jun Xuan and Chew Ze Hong’s on-court chemistry made them a crowd favourite at the Allianz Junior Badminton Championship 2022.

The duo, playing their first tournament together, combined superbly to deliver a stunning performance, beating Hafiq Haikal and Muhammad Aliff Ikhwan 30-4 during their first-round match.

"This is the first time we partnered up, and I am happy with our performance," said Tham, who studies at Taylor's International School.

Tham has also qualified for the fourth round of the under-13 boy’s singles event.

Hot prospect Mohd Rizqin Miqhael, 13, is set on making the semifinals of the under-13 boy’s singles event in his debut tournament at the Allianz Junior Badminton Championship (AJBC).

Garnering support from his parents, Miqhael and Rozita, Rizqin is determined to manage his nerves and go the distance.

"This is my first big tournament, and I am nervous," said the 13-year-old SMK USJ 23 student.

"I aim to advance to the semifinals stage," he added.

The AJBC Qualifying Round One at the Sports Arena Puchong featured 370 young players and bore witness to a full range of emotions from happiness and excitement to jitters and even tears from the young players, many of who are competing in their first tournament.