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Malaysia’s legendary coach, Misbun Sidek puts the decisions of making a come back to the national set up on hold. He is now focus in guiding his son Misbun Ramdan. Misbun Sidek is currently now in Europe coaching his son Ramdan Misbun who is participating back to back tournaments like the German Open and Austria Open.

Misbun Ramdan who performed quite well last year winning 5 international title, but went down to 8th seed  Takuma Ueda of Japan 14 – 21, 17-21 in 39 minutes. However, Ramdan managed to score a win against much experienced Indonesia’s Andre Kurniawan Tedjono 23-21 19-21 24-22 in 1 hour 10 minutes.

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Meanwhile at men’s doubles department, dad to be Koo Kien Keat who was once Malaysia’s favourite and electrifying men’s doubles player has been attacked by the media and former players for not performing well since the London Olympics as they last won a Super Series title in 2010.

Koo Kien Keat sent in his resignation letter last week and has yet to receive a decision  from the BAM. For a matter of fact Koo Kien Keat and Tan Boon Heong ruled the men’s doubles world in 2006 to 2010. Winning numerous titles and were the Asian Games and All England Champion.



One Response to Misbun Sidek putting decision of reviving Malaysia’s badminton on hold

  1. Peter Andersson says:

    Is KKK really quitting? Is TBH to team up with another partner?

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