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Ah Jit and James to add crucial final touches

ONE will provide the scientific input while the other will lend his expertise to the training programme.

James: Daren needs to work more closely with Chong Wei to improve

KUALA LUMPUR: Singles shuttler Liew Daren is back in the good books of the Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) following his fighting displays at the back-to-back Opens in Singapore and Indonesia.

Use analysis data to improve players’ performances, says James

KUALA LUMPUR: The national badminton coaches will have to go into the Asian Games with deeper knowledge on main rivals of their respective players.

James: Mew Choo needs a blast from the past in Guangzhou

KUALA LUMPUR: National woman singles shuttler Wong Mew Choo made a lasting impression in Guangzhou three years ago when she emerged as the China Open champion.

James: Representing country more important than monetary rewards

PETALING JAYA: The road to Tokyo 2020 starts now with effective training programmes and public backing, besides financial incentives for those who raise the Jalur Gemilang.

Zulfadli in demand, and James wants world junior champ to join national training camp

KUALA LUMPUR: Asian and world junior champion Zulfadli Zulkifli of KLRC is in great demand.

James wants players to take it easy in Bath

PETALING JAYA: The intense training is all done and the national shuttlers are just going through their normal routines as they gear up for the London Olympics at their training camp in Bath.

Athletes may face hardship if they have no retirement plans

FORMER national badminton player and coach Datuk James Selvaraj is very passionate about life after sports. He is especially concerned about what our athletes will do after they are no longer in the limelight.

Athletes may face hardship if they have no retirement plans

FORMER national badminton player and coach Datuk James Selvaraj is very passionate about life after sports. He is especially concerned about what our athletes will do after they are no longer in the limelight.

Charismatic characters needed to add colour to the game

Master Wong, atomic Eddy, deceptive Aik Huang, King James, the great Punch and controversial Misbun.