Who said what in and around the badminton world over the past week?
“It was a final but at the same time a nightmare because it’s strange to fight against my brother.”
“Of course I want revenge, he will also fight for victory. We both don’t want to lose.”
“I actually want to forget about being the world champion. I won’t call myself really good until I become consistent at the top.”
Loh prefers staying grounded despite his recent successes.
“I just love challenges. It’s a challenge to keep moving forward in the tough competitions we face.”
How Malvika Bansod approaches playing against higher-ranked opponents.
“They have to prove that winning the Syed Modi India International last month was no fluke.”
“The Danish pair attacked so hard, it made me jealous.”
“Those who remember me as a player will recall my drive and determination to succeed, which are attributes I have continued to apply in my leadership performance. I cannot wait to get started.”
Morten Frost on becoming Badminton England’s Performance Director.