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Rexy Mainaky

Rexy Ronald Mainaky is a former men's doubles badminton world champion from Indonesia who is often simply known as Rexy. He won the men's doubles Olympic gold medal in 1996 with Ricky Subagja. As of January 2017, he was selected as the new head coach of the Thailand Badminton National team.

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S. M. Arif

Syed Mohammed Arif, popularly known as Arif Saahab, is an Indian badminton coach. He is a recipient of Dronacharya Award and Padma Shri Award by the Government of India.

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Sidek Abdullah Kamar

Dato' Sidek Abdullah Kamar was a Malaysian badminton coach and the father of Malaysia’s most famous badminton-playing family, Sidek brothers who represented Malaysia in badminton.

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Teh Peng Huat

Teh Peng Huat is a Malaysian Chinese badminton coach based in Bukit Mertajam, Seberang Perai, Penang who coaches local youth players. He is best-known for spotting Lee Chong Wei and bringing Lee under his tutelage in the early 1990s, and credited with quickly developing Lee into a national junior champion. He also developed many other kids into professional badminton players, including Goh Jin Wei, Chin Eei Hui, Cheam June Wei, Tee Jing Yi, Nelson Heg, and Cheah Yee See.

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Neil Cottrill

Neil Cottrill, started playing badminton as a 10-year-old and subsequently won a string of English National junior titles, winning the boys doubles at U12, U14, U16 & U18 and the mixed doubles at U14 & U18.

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Chen Jin (badminton)

Chen Jin is a retired male badminton player from China. He is the former World Men's singles Champion, after defeating Taufik Hidayat in the final of the 2010 BWF World Championships in Paris. He currently coaches the Chinese elite Women's Singles.

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Cheah Soon Kit

Cheah Soon Kit is a former Malaysian badminton player, specialised in men's doubles. He currently serves as the national men's doubles coach for Malaysia.

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Bobby Milroy

Robert William James "Bobby" Milroy is a male badminton player, coach, businessman and spokesman from Canada.

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Anna Lao

Anna Lao is an Australian badminton player who competed in the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona.

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Aamir Ghaffar

Aamir Ghaffar is a Pakistani badminton player who competed professionally for England.

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Zhou Lei

Zhou Lei is a former world level badminton player from China who later coached in the United States.

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Yao Ximing

Yao Ximing is a former badminton player from China and current coach at the Vancouver Racquet Club in Vancouver, B.C., Canada.

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Yang Yang (badminton)

Yang Yang is a former Chinese badminton player.

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Xiong Guobao

Xiong Guobao is a former elite level badminton player from China who won numerous international singles titles in the late 1980s. Noted for his solid, consistent play, Xiong rarely suffered lopsided defeats. His titles included the United States (1984), Japan (1987), Hong Kong (1987), Malaysian, Thailand (1988), French (1989), Swedish (1988), and Indonesian (1989) Opens. He also won the season ending World Badminton Grand Prix tourney in 1987 and in 1989. Along with fellow singles stars Yang Yang and Zhao Jianhua, Xiong helped China's Thomas Cup teams capture consecutive world titles in 1986, 1988, and 1990. His results in IBF World Championships were somewhat disappointing, losing quarterfinal matches to Icuk Sugiarto and Eddy Kurniawan respectively in the 1987 and 1989 editions of the tourney.

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Xie Zhongbo

Xie Zhongbo is a former Chinese badminton player from Hunan and raised in Sichuan. After retired from the international tournament, he works as badminton coach in Sichuan.