Sharmendran making fresh assault to end chase for glory

On fire: National karate exponent R. Sharmendran (right) during his training session for the Asian Games at National Sports Council, Bukit Jalil. — MARIA IBRAHIM/The Star

PETALING JAYA: The national karate team are not complete without their selfless captain R. Sharmendran.

The old warhorse will not only be the guiding light again for his teammates at the Asian Games in Hangzhou but hopes to make his presence count by winning his first medal in his third attempt after missing out in the last two editions.

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