We must drop non-performers to improve

I HAVE been an avid follower of the fortunes of Malaysia’s participation in badminton on the global stage since I was a kid – and that, I assure you, dear reader, is a very, very long time ago.

Badminton is about the only Olympic sport that Malaysia has made any headway in for many decades, attaining among the top in world ranking. Our top shuttler until his recent retirement, Datuk Lee Chong Wei, for instance, at the height of his career was ranked world No.1 for more than a year running.

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