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KUALA LUMPUR: The name Foo Kok Keong conjures up an enduring image – of a never-say-die battler who fought doggedly for every point against a brilliant Alan Budi Kusuma in the second singles of the 1992 Thomas Cup final.
Grassroots programme sees former badminton greats give their all to coaching finalists.
CHEAH Soon Kit has always been a man who could adapt to any situation. He would never have become a badminton star if not for that ability.
KUALA LUMPUR: Don’t be satisfied with SEA Games golds.
KUALA LUMPUR: The days of the states finding their best players are over. It’s badminton clubs who should be feeding talent to the national team.
THE success of the Sidek brothers will always be a highlight of Malaysian badminton history. But, says Olympian Datuk Razif, there are always lessons to be learnt from history.
PETALING JAYA: Doubles legend Datuk Razif Sidek may have aged but he is willing to serve the nation again for the sake of Malaysian badminton.
EIGHT badminton legends from different generations have come together to identify, nurture and establish future badminton champions.
KUALA LUMPUR: Revitalised doubles pair Ong Yew Sin-Teo Ee Yi are gunning for another strong outing at the Denmark Open next week (Oct 15-20).
PETALING JAYA: Eight former badminton greats have taken on the monumental task of unearthing new talents – a dearth faced by country – the unorthodox way.