For a debutant, Chen Tang Jie has a major desire in the SEA Games in Vietnam in 12 to 23 May [ Watch Live 31 Sea Games]. Malaysia have not won a gold decoration in the blended copies in the territorial Games for a very long time and Tang Jie trusts he can end that stand by with Peck Yen Wei. The last Malaysians to win it was Chew Choon Eng-Chor Hooi Yee at the 1999 version in Brunei.
The world No. 29 Tang Jie-Yen Wei
realize they have a decent opportunity in the Games as the greater part of the top groups are probably not going to sent their best shuttlers. This is on the grounds that the Thomas Cup Finals in Bangkok from May 8-15 conflicts with the Vietnam Games from May 12-23.
Tang Jie has confidence in himself and his accomplice. “We are only lucky to be remembered for the SEA Games. We thank mentors Rexy Mainaky and Paulus Firman for offering us this chance,” said Tang Jie. Whether the field is powerless or solid, Yen Wei and I have confidence in our capacities. We need to do right by the country,” he said.
Indeed, Tang Jie-Yen Wei and Hoo Pang Ron-Cheah Yee See might even make it an all-Malaysian issue in the last assuming that the two sets adapt to the situation.
The others names in the SEA Games crew are Lim Chong King, Kok Jing Hong, Lee Shun Yang, Justin Hoh, Man Wei Chong-Tee Kai Wun, Mohd Haikal Nazri-Wan Mohd Arif Shaharuddin Wan Junaidi (men) and Siti Nurshuhaini Azman, Loh Zhi Wei, Ong Xin Yee and Siti Zulaikha Muhd Azmi, Yap Ling-Go Pei Kee, Cheng Su Yin-Cheng Su Hui (ladies).
On the whole, Tang Jie needs to zero in on the following week’s German Open in Mulheim and the All-England the next week in Birmingham. They face England’s fifth seeds Marcus Ellis-Lauren Smith in the first round in Germany. They have a harder attract the All-England as they face favored picks Dechapol Puavaranukroh-Sapsiree Taerattanachai of Thailand in the opener.