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There will be no real holiday for shuttler Lee Tsuen Seng this Chinese New Year.
Six-time Grand Slam champion Boris Becker of Germany and Australian executive Brian Tobin were among four people named Tuesday as 2003 inductees to the Tennis Hall of Fame.
Malaysia's second ranked men's doubles badminton pair Chang Kim Wai-Hong Chieng Hun have been warned that they will go into cold storage from international competitions if they perform dismally in the All-England and Swiss Open tournaments.
Shuttler Lee Chong Wei has proven himself in domestic competitions and he should now be given more opportunities to show his worth on the international stage.
Youngster Lee Chong Wei produced a remarkable comeback to upset national number one Wong Choong Hann and storm into the men#8217;s singles final of the National Grand Prix Finals Saturday.
Sarawakian James Chua got off to a bad start in his bid to retain the men#8217;s singles crown in the National Grand Prix Finals at the Selangor BA Hall in Kampung Attap in Kuala Lumpur Thursday.
An interesting battle for the National Grand Prix Finals men's singles title begins today as the country's top shuttlers set out to use the tournament to gear themselves up for the All-England, which will be played in Birmingham from Feb 12-16.
National number one Chan Chong Ming-Chew Choon Eng will be out to win the National Grand Prix Finals badminton men's doubles title for the first time. The championships begin tomorrow at the Selangor BA Hall in Kampung Attap, Kuala Lumpur.
None of the five recipients of the Eddy Choong Players of the Year Award thus far is a Malaysian. And doubles chief coach Yap Kim Hock feels that national shuttlers should draw inspiration from the Award and strive to win more honours for the country.