Tun Hanif Omar’s little-known legacy in badminton and shooting


THERE was a time in the early 1980s that when star shuttler Datuk Misbun Sidek decided to do the disappearing act and refused to be found – even the Inspector General of Police could not track him down!

This was the notion among the media and fans alike, with due respect to the late Tun Mohammed Hanif Omar.

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