SUPER SERIES SUCCESS
“Both of us resumed training immediately upon returning from Birmingham because we have got three more Super Series lined up beginning with the India Open next week.
“It’s not going to be easy and we don’t want to pressure ourselves by thinking of targets. We just want to go there and give our best.”
The 2016 Rio Olympic Games silver medallists open their campaign in New Delhi on Wednesday against local pair Venkat Gaurav Prasad-Juhi Dewangan and are expected to face Indonesia’s Edi SubaktiarGloria Emanuelle Widjaja in the following round.
Apart from the India Open, Peng Soon-Liu Ying are also expected to star at the Malaysia Open on Apr 4-9 in Kuching and the Singapore Open on Apr 11-16.
Men’s doubles Goh V Shem-Tan Wee Kiong, who are hoping to regain the world No 1 after dropping down a rung last week following their All England quarter-final exit, will also be in action in the India Open.
Both of us resumed training immediately upon returning from Birmingham because we have got three more Super Series lined up beginning with the India Open next week.”
a ninth minute lead, but a brace from Cyra Cynthia Anis in the 50th and 58th minutes handed Sabah the crucial three points.
Sabah team manager Ibrisham Nadzri was not happy with the way his girls played in the first two quarters.
“We lost control of the match for two quarters, but recovered after the rain came pouring down (at half-time).
“But we can’t afford the same attitude against Negri Sembilan (today) if we want to play in the final,” said Ibrisham.
In the Round Two of the tournament, the top two teams in the boys and girls groups are divided into Group X and Y after an open draw.
The winners in both the groups advance to the final.
Pahang 2 Sabah 2 Perak 4. Kuala Lumpur 2 Selangor Johor 1 Sabah 2.
Terengganu (KLHA, 7pm);
Perak v Negri (KPM, 7pm).
Selangor v Penang (KLHA, 5pm); Sabah v Negri (KPM, 5pm). Jugjet Singh
Chan Peng Soon (left) and Goh Liu Ying