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Malaysia's campaign in the 2006 World Championships in Madrid is over.
WHO would have thought that the mixed doubles event would be Malaysia's last hope to produce a first world champion at the World Championships in Madrid?
WORLD number one Lee Chong Wei crashed out of the World Championships when he fell 20-22, 21-12,18-21 to China's Bao Chunlai in a dramatic quarter-final match on Friday.
The Olympic Council of Malaysia (OCM) have set the Malaysian contingent a target of between five and eight gold medal at the Doha Games in December.
The debate over Taufik Hidayat's controversial walkout at the Hong Kong Open three weeks ago for what the player claimed to be biased line judging has not died down at the ongoing World Championships in Madrid.
The Olympic Council of Malaysia (OCM) have set the Malaysian contingent a target of between five and eight gold medal at the Asiad, but chef-de-mission Datuk A. Sani Karim said the contingent should think beyond number eight.
After squeezing through her opening match on Monday, national number one women's singles player Wong Mew Choo put on a much better performance to defeat Indonesia's Fransisca Ratnasari in the second round.
The top national women's doubles pair of Wong Pei Tty-Chin Eei Hui stayed on course to meet their semi-final target after becoming the first Malaysians to qualify for the quarter-finals of the World Championships.
Sabah emerged as the big winners in the 100Plus National Junior Badminton Circuit (Sarawak-Sabah Zone), which was held in Kuching over the weekend.
World number one Lee Chong Wei led all three Malaysian men's singles players into the third round of the World Championships at the Palacio de Deportes in Madrid.