• Razif Sidek publicly apologizes to Lee Chong Wei

    Razif Sidek publicly apologizes to Lee Chong Wei (English version)

    Razif Sidek publicly apologizes to Lee Chong Wei (English version)

  • Lee Chong Wei takes Razif Sidek to court

    By Nicolas Anil (As published in Mailsport today)

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    KUALA LUMPUR — World No 1 Lee Chong Wei confirmed he is suing Razif Sidek for alleging he has been using banned substances for a long time.

    The former national shuttler Razif had told Kosmo on Nov 11 that several Badminton Association of Malaysia officials were aware Chong Wei has been taking banned substances for some time, but kept mum as he is the world’s top shuttler.Razif Sidek (left) and Lee Chong Wei

    Razif Sidek (left) and Lee Chong Wei

  • Razif Sidek: BAM must improve the coaches

    Kuala Lumpur: Former badminton doubles great Razif Sidek believes sound management is the key to reviving Malaysia's fortunes in the international badminton arena after the recent dismal performances by our national shuttlers in the world championship and the just concluded Asian Games that has raised concerns among the fans in the country especially with no one in sight to replace Datuk Lee Chong Wei.Malaysia's badminton legend - Razif Sidek

    Malaysia's badminton legend - Razif Sidek

  • Razif has harsh words for Mahaleel

    Kuala Lumpur: Former Malaysian national coach Razif Sidek was unhappy and slammed the irresponsible attitude of President of the Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM), Tan Sri Tengku Mahaleel Tengku Ariff who pointed fingers at the coach following poor performance of men's singles, Daren Liew at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow two weeks ago. Razif is unhappy with Mahaleel's attitude in defeat

    Razif is unhappy with Mahaleel's attitude in defeat

     

  • Men's doubles the weakest link for Malaysia Thomas Cup team

    KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia badminton has traditionally been known to produce and to nurture top men's doubles. Started with Tan Aik Huang/Yew Cheng Hoe in the 60's, Ng Boon Bee/Punch Gunalan in the 70's, Razif Sidek/Jalani Sidek in the 80's, Cheah Soon-Kit/Soo Beng Kiang, Cheah Soon-Kit/Yap Kim Hock, Datuk Punch Gunalan holding the Thomas Cup aloft. Next to him are Razif Sidek and Foo Kok Keong. Year 1992 was the last time Malaysia won the Thomas Cup.

    Datuk Punch Gunalan holding the Thomas Cup aloft. Next to him are Razif Sidek and Foo Kok Keong. Year 1992 was the last time Malaysia won the Thomas Cup.
    Lee Wan Wah/Chong Tan Fook in the 90's, and Chew Chong Eng/Chan Chong Ming, Koo Kien Keat/ Tan Boon Heong in the 2000's. Although some of these pairs may not always be the dominant power in the badminton world, but, men's doubles has always been huge factor to secure points for Malaysia's Thomas Cup team.

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