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Asian Tour rookie Rahil Gangjee of India emerged as the surprise pacesetter at the halfway stage of the China Masters yesterday ahead of the likes of Nick Faldo, Zhang Lian-wei and Phillip Price.
After representing the country in the last four World Championships, national man doubles shuttler Lee Wan Wah has found himself in a difficult and unfamiliar role as a mere sparring partner.
The national shuttlers for the World Championships have been warned to keep their game hot or face being left out in the cold when they return from sunny California.
An under-strength Malaysian team will take part in the US$250,000 China Masters, which begin in Beijing on Wednesday.
National number one Lee Chong Wei is back among the top four in the world men's singles badminton rankings.
The six-month probation period in the national team for Lee Tsuen Seng has ended.
Kuan Beng Hong has not really made his presence felt on the international badminton arena even though he is now ranked 11th in the world.
Men's singles shuttler Lee Tsuen Seng is as good as out of the national elite team following his elimination in the first round of the China Masters in Beijing on Wednesday.
National shuttler Kuan Beng Hong marched into the quarter-finals of the US$250,000 China Masters in Beijing yesterday but Mohd Roslin Hashim's challenge came to an end.
Seasoned campaigners Choong Tan Fook and Lee Wan Wah are looking good to win their first international men's doubles title since making a comeback three months ago.