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.
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.
Ellen Angelinawaty is a former Indonesian badminton player and now is a badminton coach in PB Djarum. Borned in Salatiga, Central Java, Angelina who play in the singles category, had won the Malaysia and Indonesia International tournaments in 1997. She reach the final at the 2000 Asian Championships, and clinched the silver medal after lose to Xie Xingfang of China. At the same year, she competed at the Summer Olympics in Sydney, Australia. At the peak of her career, she won the 2001 Indonesia Open, beating the Chinese player Wang Chen in the final.
Datuk Tey Seu Bock is a retired Malaysian professional badminton player. He is most well known for being the coach of three-time Olympic silver medalist and former world No. 1 badminton men's singles shuttler Lee Chong Wei between 2010 and 2016. Tey currently serves as head coach of the women's singles department at the Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM).
Han Jingna is a Chinese retired badminton player. She was part of the national team that clinched a Uber Cup in 1998 Hong Kong, Sudirman Cup in 1995 Lausanne, won a silver medal at the 1995 World Championships, and after retired from the international tournament, she works as a Chinese national youth team coach started from 2006.
Endra Mulyana Mulyajaya is an Indonesian former badminton player, who now works as a badminton coach. Trained at the Tangkas club, he clinched the boys' doubles titles at the Dutch and German partnered with Hadi Saputra in 1996, and also settled a bronze medal at the World Junior Championships in Silkeborg, Denmark. In 1998, he won the mixed doubles title at the Jakarta International tournament partnered with Angeline de Pauw. Together with Saputra, he finished as a semi finalists at the World Grand Prix tournament 1999 Thailand Open. In 2000, Mulyajaya teammed-up with Nova Widianto, the duo competed in the Grand Prix event and became a quarter finalists at the Indonesia, Malaysia and Dutch Open.
Zhang Wei is a former Chinese badminton player. Zhang was selected to join the national team in 1997. He played in the men's doubles event partnered with Zhang Jun. He participated in four consecutive Sudirman Cup, winning 3 gold medals in 1999, 2001, 2005, and a silver medal in 2003. He and Zhang Jun was qualified to compete at the 2000 Summer Olympics, but because of the injury on his left abdominal muscles while doing the exercises, he missed the event. He retired from the national team in 2005, and started to playing in Denmark. He returned to Shanghai in 2007, and star coaching the Shanghai team. He also competed for Shanghai at the 2009 National Games.
Takako Ida is a former Japanese badminton player. Borned in Saitama Prefecture, Ida graduated in Saitama High School. She was part of the national women's team that competed at the 1994 and 1998 Asian Games, winning the bronze medals in both events, and also participated at the 1994, 1996 and 1998 Uber Cups. She won the women's singles title at the National Championships tournament in 1996 and 1997. Ida also competed at the 1997 East Asian Games in Busan, South Korea, clinched the women's singles silver and the women's team bronze medals. Ida who was affiliated with Sanyo Electric, took part at the Sydney 2000 Olympics in the women's singles event.
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.