Not their oldselves but Tan-Laiare on the rise again

Full growth: Tan Kian Meng (right) said he and Lai Pei Jing are showing more maturity in their game now.

PETALING JAYA: Mixed doubles shuttler Tan Kian Meng feels that he and Lai Pei Jing are slowly but surely returning to their best.

The world No. 16 continued their revival by reaching the semi-finals of the Indonesian Open before their run was halted by China’s world No. 1 Zheng Siwei-Huang Yaqiong in Jakarta on Saturday.

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