(Reuters) - Two badminton players from Malaysia are being investigated by the sport's world governing body over suspicions of match-fixing, Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) General Manager Michelle Chai told the New Straits Times newspaper on Tuesday, without naming the two players.


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