LAI Pei Jing has become more confident after a brief spell with mixed doubles specialist Chan Peng Soon.
THINGS are not going smoothly for World No 1 Lee Chong Wei.
NATIONAL chief coach Rashid Sidek will board the flight to Copenhagen today for the World Championships after the BA of Malaysia (BAM) made an about turn and gave him the green light.
WOMEN’S doubles Vivian Hoo and Woon Khe Wei have to sit for three exam papers on Aug 19, the day they leave for Copenhagen, Denmark, for badminton’s World Championships.
IT is a matter of pride for Chong Wei Feng who wants to redeem himself in the World Championships in Copenhagen, Denmark, on Aug 25-31.
MALAYSIA will have four women’s pairs at the World Championships in Copenhagen, but coach Rosman Razak is not having any high hopes.
DOUBLES specialist Lim Khim Wah is back on his feet again — much to the relief of the team bound for the World Championships in Copenhagen.
AS much as he would like Rashid Sidek to be in Copenhagen, Lee Chong Wei is confident that Hendrawan and Tey Seu Bock will be of tremendous help in the World Championships.
SHUTTLER Koo Kien Keat (pic) is disappointed with the lack of spirit in the men’s doubles department ahead of the World Championships in Copenhagen, Denmark.
FORMER doubles great Jalani Sidek has called on his younger brother Rashid Sidek to make a firm stand on his coaching position in the BA of Malaysia (BAM).
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