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National doubles coach Rexy Mainaky hopes the Badminton World Federation (BWF) will get their act right - as far as the draws for the men's doubles of the Super Series events are concerned.
The Hashim brothers - Hafiz and Roslin - could not have asked for a worse start to their All-England badminton campaign.
National doubles shuttler Choong Tan Fook wants to become a coach after his playing career is over. And it could happen soon if he does not rise to the occasion at the All-England.
He was not the best of the players. And he was not the bet of the pundits. Yet, Wong Tat Meng got the nod for the job asnational men's singles coach. That was a surprise. But Tat Meng is promising more - and pleasant - surprises ahead.
The God of Fortune must be smiling on veteran men's singles shuttler Wong Choong Hann.
National chief coach Yap Kim Hock has warned the national badminton players to watch what they eat as they enjoy their five-day break for the Chinese New Year celebration.
Rashid Sidek will groom his Project 2010-12 players to win honours at the SEA Games at the end of the year while Misbun Sidek will work on lifting the standard of four back-up shuttlers through a punishing training regime.
Malaysia's men doubles hotshots Koo Kien Keat-Tan Boon Heong received the biggest boost in the seedings for the All-England, which were released by the Badminton World Federation (BWF) on Thursday.
A change of guard is set to take place in the men's singles department of the national team following insipid performances by several senior shuttlers in the Proton National Grand Prix Finals, which ended here on Sunday.
The ESPN Malaysian Sports Centre will begin operations in April, showcasing international and local sporting events.