Head of Rexy Mainaky wants to break up, urges 2 Malaysia’s mainstay men’s doubles to be honest and learn from Indonesian players


Rexy Mainaky was deeply disappointed after two of Malaysia’s mainstay men’s doubles failed miserably at the 2022 Malaysia Open. – The effect of a complete failure at the Malaysia Open 2022 is still raging in Rexy Mainaky’s head and demands that all the men’s doubles mainstays in the neighboring country he fosters be honest.

The host men’s doubles is actually just one step away from creating the All Malaysian Finals at the Malaysia Open 2022 last week.

The reason is, there are two of their best men’s doubles, namely Goh Sze Fei / Nur Izzuddin and Aaron Chia / Soh Wooi Yik who both managed to qualify for the semifinals.

However, unfortunately, the two partners who were very reliable in winning the title actually fell in the semifinals.

Goh/Nur fell at the hands of Indonesian representatives, Fajar Alfian/Muhammad Rian Ardianto, with a score of 14-21 12-21 in just 37 minutes.

Meanwhile, Aaron Chia/Soh Wooi Yik lost to representatives of Japan, Takuro Hoki/Yugo Kobayashi, 21-23 9-21.

The fall of the two Malaysian men’s doubles also made sure that the hosts had zero titles.

They and all their badminton fans were forced to only be the top spectators of the Super 750 level badminton tournament at KL Sports City, Kuala Lumpur, that.

Rexy Mainaky, who is in charge of all Malaysian doubles players in the position of BAM’s Doubles Coaching Director, was very disappointed.




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