c/o N.T.C, Jalan Duta, KL.
Today I read, on LTAM website an article titled "Let's facilitate and not frustrate" I very strongly disagree with what has been said in the article.
LTAM does not welcome any form of comments and suggestions, even when it is done in a factual and fair manner.
The selection process has always been disputed because LTAM does not practise a fair and proper criteria. On many occasions those involved in the selection have been biased, victimized innocent young children, discriminated and marginalised innocent young children, by pursuing ill-conceived personal agendas.
Even as late as last week, an official by the name of Taisto refused to say who were in the selection committee, except to say that he is one of them. My three children have always been discriminated against. My reports to the media and other parties prove this. It's a very big shame and disgrace that the person who posted the article can claim otherwise.
People like me who have very genuine complaints "tell the truth and shame the devils" (as the saying goes).
LTAM has never replied my complaints or addressed them. Instead the complainant and his children are victimised. LTAM officials have openly told me that my children will be victimised if I complain.
My children are bright starts and exceptional players. They have been victimised constantly. Even my offer to pay for 50% of all expenses if they were sent overseas for training or individual tournaments were rejected by the President of LTAM, Datuk Razak, since November 2007.
One week ago, my daughter was denied her breakfast before her final match - what a shame and disgrace.
What I have seen up till now is that the association does not believe in the democratic process. It believes in practising dirty politics, carrying out ill-conceived personal agendas. There is so much more I have to say that is very very wrong with LTAM. My past reports have a lot to say. There is so much to say about what's wrong in the past four months itself !
I challenge the LTAM to call a press conference and invite all with complaints to attend, with the attandance of independent panel from OCM, MSN, etc..
If I as a non-tennis playing parent can teach all my three children to be top tennis playing juniors in this country; if V. Selvam (an ageing 40 year old) could be the top player in this country for 20 years - it shows the state of tennis in this country. What a shame.
Instead of working for betterment of tennis, some of you are killing the interest of talented young players. Please take a good look at yourselves in the mirror. I shall sebd a detailed report to the authorities concerned, as and when required.