PETALING JAYA: Although he failed to capitalise on the opportunity when it mattered most, Liew Daren is undaunted by the painful setback in his career.
His defeat to Japan’s Takuma Ueda in the crucial third singles saw Japan winning the Thomas Cup for the first time.
In fact, the 26-year-old Kuala Lumpur-born shuttler, who was one of the first few players in Project 2016 squad for the Rio Olympics under the charge of Rashid Sidek, vows to rise from the occasion a stronger person and not to go down the path of Kuan Beng Hong.
After three gruelling games, Liew went down to world No.25 Ueda, which had echoes of th…
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