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It was the first day on the job for Misbun Sidek as the national singles chief coach at the Juara Stadium in Bukit Kiara Thursday. And it didn#8217;t take him long to decide to increase the number of hours of training and put the shuttlers through tougher sessions.
Singles chief coach Misbun Sidek has decided that 12 is the ideal number of players to come under his charge under the Badminton Association of Malaysia#8217;s (BAM) banner.
National number one Chan Chong Ming-Chew Choon Eng will be out to win the National Grand Prix Finals badminton men's doubles title for the first time. The championships begin tomorrow at the Selangor BA Hall in Kampung Attap, Kuala Lumpur.
An interesting battle for the National Grand Prix Finals men's singles title begins today as the country's top shuttlers set out to use the tournament to gear themselves up for the All-England, which will be played in Birmingham from Feb 12-16.
Sarawakian James Chua got off to a bad start in his bid to retain the men#8217;s singles crown in the National Grand Prix Finals at the Selangor BA Hall in Kampung Attap in Kuala Lumpur Thursday.
Youngster Lee Chong Wei put up a sparkling show to march into his first ever men#8217;s singles semi-finals in the National Grand Prix Finals at the Selangor BA Hall in Kampung Attap in Kuala Lumpur Friday.
Youngster Lee Chong Wei produced a remarkable comeback to upset national number one Wong Choong Hann and storm into the men#8217;s singles final of the National Grand Prix Finals Saturday.
Youngster Lee Chong Wei punched his fists in the air, screamed in delight and rolled over on court. He had reason to celebrate. He had become the national badminton champion #8211; and only the second youngest ever.
Shuttler Lee Chong Wei has proven himself in domestic competitions and he should now be given more opportunities to show his worth on the international stage.