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The retirement of badminton legend Lin Dan leaves China without a ready replacement to take over as conqueror of the world. The country has been blessed with many unforgettable players who ruled through the decades, ever since it came out of its self-imposed isolation in 1992. Here’s a look at some of the best Chinese players to have graced the world’s courts.
NANJING (Xinhua): When Stephen Toope, the vice-chancellor of the University of Cambridge, toured the Jiangbei New Area in Nanjing, in East China's Jiangsu province, great; was his most frequently used word.
PETALING JAYA: Drop the old coaches to start anew. Former badminton legend Datuk Razif Sidek is convinced that the bulk of national coaches should be replaced with new ones in order for the Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM)’s new Project ‘24 to work.
SHI Yuqi (pic) has a chance to make a name for himself and finally step out of his illustrious compatriots Lin Dan and Chen Long’s shadows.
KUALA LUMPUR: As a badminton coach, Datuk Misbun Sidek has seen it all since Malaysia last won the Thomas Cup 26 years ago.
Although the Chinese love dogs but many Chinese idioms paint a different picture - well, the dog mostly get a bad rap.
At first glance, a stout Cheah Liek Hou looks just like any other ordinary badminton player. He's not. He's a 10-time world champion.