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Malaysia's Lee Tsuen Seng was left ruing a missed chance to ensure Malaysia a place in the men's singles final of the All-England badminton competition Saturday.
Whatever happened to Asia? Last time I looked, 3.5 billion people lived there -- three times as many as in North America and Europe combined. Asia is the fastest-growing part of the world and already accounts for one-quarter of all global economic output. Yet Asia gets almost no respect from US investors.
South Africa#8217;s world number two Ernie Els scorched to a one-shot lead after the first round of the Johnnie Walker Classic yesterday.
Malaysia's top guns had little trouble on the opening day of the All-England badminton championships at the National Indoor Arena in Birmingham yesterday but it was a disastrous outing for Indonesia as three of their best players fell by the wayside.
South Africa#8217;s world number three Ernie Els is a strong favourite to win the US$1.68 million Johnnie Walker Classic starting today.
The Malaysian shuttlers will swing into action today at the National Indoor Arena in Birmingham aiming to end the country's long and agonising wait for the men's singles and doubles titles at the All-England championships.
Mohd Hafiz Hashim will be his making his fourth outing at the All-England badminton championships on Wednesday. And he is hoping to make it as far as the fourth round.