NSTP - SEA Games/Badminton: Chang-Chew get warning 21/11/2003 S.S. Dhaliwal Chang Kim Wai and Chew Choon Eng have to prove their worth at the SEA Games or they will not feature in the Thomas Cup qualifiers in February. The warning came from doubles coach Yap Kim Hock, who believes the duo have been given enough chances. With the Thai Open in January the only other event before the qualifiers, Kim Hock is fighting against time to get a second pair ready. “Time is running short and we need to get the second pair sorted out as soon as posible,” said Kim Hock. “I will pay special emphasis on them before the SEA Games to get them at their best.” Meanwhile, Badminton Association of Malaysia president Datuk Nadzmi Salleh, said Malaysia will not expose juniors at the SEA Games. “One of the main reasons why we cannot do this is because we do not have capable players in the back-up squads,” said Nadzmi at a sponsorship signing ceremony between BAM and 100PLUS POWER. 100PLUS POWER will provide BAM with an annual sponsorship of RM225,000 for the next five years towards the national junior circuit.