Sudirman Cup: Australia aim high despite loss

Vietnam took Australia 4-1 as Renuga Veeran born and raised in Kuala Lumpur – did not manage to claim a point for Australia in either her mixed or women’s doubles matches.

Despite the loss, Veeran said, “It’s very good to be playing in Kuala Lumpur, coming back to my hometown. The crowd is very supportive and enthusiastic, and that’s what you don’t see in Australia. Although we lost to Vietnam, we are still aiming for the top of our pool.




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