New Straits Times Â» Sport BADMINTON: Second stringers to face tough test J. Naidu Nov 23: THE top national players had a reasonably good outing at the recently concluded Singapore Open and starting today, the second stringers will be on test at the Magnum-ABC Malaysia Satellite badminton tournament in Alor Star. And the best bets to do Malaysia proud in the men's singles are either Lee Tsuen Seng, James Chua or Sairul Amar Ayob. But it is Englishman Andrew Smith who has been seeded top in the draw which was released by the International Badminton Federation and he is drawn to meet Australian Stuart Brehaut in the final. Malaysia, who have entered a number of back-up squad and Bukit Jalil Sports School players, should provide the fight to the 30-odd foreign field. Indonesia's eight players are all from their junior squad and they come with good credential, at least at the junior level international competitions. England's David Lindley and Kristian Roebuck are the men's doubles topseeds with New Zealanders John Gordon and Daniel Shirley the second seeds. But they could find the going tough as Malaysia have entered a number of strong pairs, including the scratch combination of Choong Tan Fook-Chew Choon Eng, who finished runners-up in the China Open a fortnight ago, Fairuzizuan Tazari- Lin Woon Fui, who reached the Singapore Open quarter-finals, and the improving pair of Gan Teik Chai-Zakry Abdul Latif. In the women's section, Indonesia's Selvi Antarini has got top billing and she is expected to meet Malaysia's Woon Sze Mei in the final. Malaysia's Wong Pei Ty-Chin Ee Hui have been ranked No 1 in the women's doubles, while England's Liza Parker-Suzanne Rayappan are seeded second in a field of 20 pairs.