Rexy Mainaky is getting excited, Malaysia is fierce even though he is pitted against Cupu


Malaysia’s men’s doubles badminton coach, Rexy Mainaky, when met by the media at Istora Senayan, Jakarta, June 17, 2022.

BOLASPORT.COM – The Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) Dual Coaching Director, Rexy Mainaky, is starting to believe that his team will achieve optimal results at the 2022 Commonwealth Games.

The Malaysian badminton team performed fiercely in the first two matches of Group D at the 2022 Commonwealth Games which was held in Birmingham, England.

The top of the grug standings was achieved by Malaysia after they overthrew Jamaica with a landslide score of 5-0 and previously with the same score they also silenced Zambia.

Malaysia’s convincing performance in the first two matches raised high hopes for Rexy Mainaky, who had previously been angry.

Rexy, who was angry with the performance of his troops, is now convinced that the two gold medal targets for the 2022 Commonwealth Games can be realized.

Yes, the coach from Indonesia was made angry with the series of results that did not match the expectations achieved by players in doubles, especially men’s doubles.

“The potential is there,” said Rexy Mainaky, reported by from the Bharian page.

Although aware that the opponents they are facing are not real opponents, the 1996 Atlanta Olympic gold medalist feels this moment is a good start for Malaysia.

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