Malaysia national doubles chief/coach Yap Kim Hock reminded Choong tan fook and Lee Wan Wah that they(Choong/Lee) still not first class doubles yet, although Choong/Lee have been continuously the semi-finalists in many recent tournaments. Yap defined it clearly. No matter how many titles you got, you still yet first class pairs unless you can beat one of the following four double pairs: 1) Candra Wijaya / Halim Haryanto 2) Sigit Budiarto / Tri Kush 3) Ha / Kim 4) Lee / Yoo and Yap also indicated that only the above pairs are first class pairs. Choong/Lee will probably meet Halim/Candra in the third round of All England. So Yap urged Choong/Lee beat Halim/Candra, and become a first class. But if Halim/Candra fail to survive the early rounds, then Choong/Lee will loss the chance becoming a first class doubles. But Halim/Candra and also other three "first class" have already lost to many doubles even at early rounds or late rounds. How ccome other pairs can never become a first class? According to Yap, (if his logic had no pitfalls), only those four pairs are permenant first class, and Choong/Lee are the only first class candidate. Is that a discrimination or prejustice?