Yiwen-Ainaa believe their time has come


PETALING JAYA: Chan Yiwen and Noor Ainaa Amani Ampandi have long been waiting for international success – and their time could finally come at Asian Doubles Championships in Johor Baru form July 4-7.

Yiwen-Ainaa made their international debut in the women’s doubles at the 2022 Birmingham Commonwealth Games and turned out to be a revelation as they outplayed reigning world champions Joshna Chinappa-Dipika Pallikal of India in the quarter-finals.

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