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The great 5

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.


Shevon the battle with determination and the right partner

NATIONAL mixed doubles ace Shevon Lai Jemie once harboured thoughts of hanging up her racquet.The 25-year-old had previously paired up with Wong Fai Yin and the late Tan Chee Tean but those partnerships failed to take off until she partnered Goh Soon Huat.


Frost gives the thumbs-up to Wong as coaching director

KUALA LUMPUR: From the past to the present – Morten Frost has given the seal of approval to Wong Choong Hann as the right man for the coaching director post with the Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM).


Misbun hopes new coaching director can bring technical input

KUALA LUMPUR: National men’s singles head coach Datuk Misbun Sidek (pic) has welcomed Wong Choong Hann as the coaching director but hoped the former world No. 1 can bring technical input to the squad.


Choong Hann and Xuanze to continue rivalry as supremos

ODENSE: Former Malaysian great Wong Choong Hann and Xia Xuanze of China used to be bitter rivals during their playing days.


New BAM coaching director must help deliver Olympic gold

KUALA LUMPUR: Newly appointed Bad­minton Association of Malaysia (BAM) coaching director Wong Choong Hann has been tasked with helping to deliver Malaysia’s first-ever gold medal at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.


Success is no walk in the Park

THE legendary Park Joo-bong of South Korea is one of badminton’s special ones – revered for his success as both a player and coach. As a doubles great, he has won all the major titles – including the Olympic gold. Joo-bong has also excelled as a coach, transforming Japan into a powerhouse of the game. Starsport’s RAJES PAUL caught up with the 54-year-old former Malaysia chief coach at the Danisa Denmark Open in Odense to discover the ‘secrets’ of his success.