PETALING JAYA: December was a month of high and low for world No. 13 Chong Wei Feng.
The Kedahan was down in the dumps after a shocking first round defeat at the Myanmar SEA Games, but recovered well to win his first national title in his career.
Now, he is eager to start the year on a high when he takes to the court in the first round of the Korean Open in Seoul on Wednesday.
The scrawny Wei Feng, who has improved by leaps and bounds despite the Myanmar shocker, is fired up for a good result with places for the Thomas Cup, to be held from May 18-25 in New Delhi, India, at stake.
Orange: Malaysian men's singles pair Goh V Shem & Tan Wee Kiong have gone through ups and downs since they were paired up in September 2014. Their fans and coaches had high expectations for them but Goh/Tan have been struggling to stay afloat.
Keep up the good job, Goh V Shem/Tan Wee Kiong! (photo: GettyImages)