Former international Wan Wah enjoying first stint as national coach after long wait

Lee Wan Wah, speaking to a group of students, during one of the badminton coaching clinics in Malaysia.

PETALING JAYA: It has taken former doubles shuttler Lee Wan Wah a decade before plunging into coaching at the international level – but he says it's worth the wait.

The 44-year-old feels just right at home despite taking a longer time than his peers in his transition from a player to being a coach of a national team.

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