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(Reuters) - Venus Williams might have been overshadowed by the exploits of her younger sister Serena as a player, but the towering American's place in women's tennis history will extend far beyond her seven Grand Slam singles titles.
PETALING JAYA: If a three-month absence from the badminton court wasn’t bad enough, mixed doubles shuttler Lai Pei Jing had to brace herself to face a new coach when she returned to training on June 1.
PETALING JAYA: Malaysia has made many changes in its badminton coaching set-up but only one has raised the eyebrows of Japan’s head coach Park Joo-bong – the appointment of Flandi Limpele (pic) as the men’s doubles head coach. Last month, the Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) coaching director Wong Choong Hann revealed his new team, which included Flandi and former international Chan Chong Ming as the new faces.
MUMBAI (Reuters) - Serena Williams is as motivated as ever to add to her 23 Grand Slam singles titles and the COVID-19 shutdown could end up helping her in that quest, the American's long-time coach Patrick Mouratoglou has told Reuters.
MUMBAI (Reuters) - Patrick Mouratoglou, the long-time coach of Serena Williams, feels tennis needs to reinvent itself and hopes his new league will make the sport more attractive and engaging for a younger generation.
PETALING JAYA: Japan’s badminton players have yet to begin their centralised training and that has left national chief coach Park Joo-bong in a cold sweat.
PETALING JAYA: Expect Japan’s top singles star Kento Momota to return to the badminton scene in September without any scars on his face and with a renewed determination.
PETALING JAYA: It may seem unfair that no prize money is offered to those who become world champions – but every penny made from the multi-million dollar World Badminton Championships goes back to the players in different ways.