Legend Rashid reminisces on great lefties of the past

Great lefties of past and present: (from left) Japan’s Kento Momota, Spain’s Carolina Marin, China’s Fu Haifeng, Zhao Jianhua and Lin Dan; and Denmark’s Poul-Erik Hoyer Larsen.

PETALING JAYA: Former men’s singles legend Rashid Sidek says left-handed shuttlers are a gifted lot.

And he believes if the lefties are groomed from young in a right way, they can be an asset to any national team.

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