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Thread: Wong Pei Tty & Chin Eei Hui
01-18-2009, 02:35 PM #222
01-19-2009, 01:10 AM #223
yes...chinese taipei will become wr 1...
01-19-2009, 01:43 AM #224
wpt and ceh will be back for more for sure in their next tournament
01-22-2009, 08:49 AM #225
01-22-2009, 08:55 AM #226
01-22-2009, 09:23 AM #227
ZYW/ZTT won't be around for long due to ZTT's age. However, they look like they can be the dominant pair in 2009. In terms of ranking points, they still have some distance to go.
01-22-2009, 09:47 AM #228
01-22-2009, 11:16 AM #229
01-22-2009, 12:00 PM #230
01-25-2009, 07:31 PM #231
Eei Hui-Pei Tty hoping to make history at the All-England
KUALA LUMPUR: Their week-old reign as world No. 1 passed by without any fanfare but women’s doubles pair Chin Eei Hui-Wong Pei Tty know a real party awaits them if they can defy the odds and come up triumphant at the All England in March.
Last Thursday, Eei Hui-Pei Tty dropped to the second spot in the world standings after holding on to the number tag for a week. Taiwan’s Cheng Wen-hsing-Chien Yu-chin took over as world No. 1 following their superb win over local favourites Lee Hyo-jung-Lee Kyung-won en route to winning the Korean Open title.
Pei Tty said that the last week had been rather quiet for them.
In fact, Pei Tty and Eei Hui were more excited about the short break to celebrate the Chinese New Year with their families in Perak and Penang respectively.
“It was just another week for us. Nothing much changed,” said Pei Tty.
“I think Eei Hui and I are more calm and composed. Our emotions were all mixed up after our win at the Super Series Masters Finals (in Kota Kinabalu last month).
“Now, we have accepted the fact that we have improved and, naturally, expectations will be higher on us. There is still more work to be done before we can become be the world’s best.”
Pei Tty said their real challenge would be at the All-England, which will be held in Birmingham from March 3-8, as they expect to come up against several top pairs from China.
The China shuttlers had skipped international tournaments since last month.
“We were early round casualties last year. I do not like the idea of setting a target because it puts undue pressure on us. But my goal is to give my best at the All-England,” said Pei Tty.
The duo’s best achievement in the All-England was a semi-final appearance in 2006 — the year Koo Kien Keat-Tan Boon Heong won the men’s doubles crown.
No Malaysian women’s pair have reached the final of an All-England tournament but, if Eei Hui-Pei Tty can maintain their momentum, they may well create history in Birmingham.
01-25-2009, 07:38 PM #232
wpt/ceh do not like to set targets. no wonder when i interview ceh in MO 09, she oso say they x have any target for mo. just play their best. hehe. now i knw why.
01-26-2009, 08:46 AM #233
all the best to them in the upcoming tournament..the all england
01-31-2009, 05:00 AM #234
for wpt/ceh fans. this is their press conference after their match with zjw/yw. i like d way wpt answer the questions. so cool n confidence in her english while ceh is media shy. haha
p/s : sorry this pic not clear cos i capture it fr video. will up d video soon. have to convert 1st
02-06-2009, 02:49 AM #235
Pei Tty to team up with Fairuz again Thursday, 05 February 2009 By : K.M. Boopathy
This will be the second time that Pei Tty will team up with Fairuzizuan in the mixed doubles.
WONG Pei Tty is looking at playing a more serious role in the mixed doubles at least until the Guangzhou Asian Games next year but with a new partner.
Pei Tty, who was paired with Lim Khim Wah after the Beijing Olympics, will now team up with Fairuzizuan Tazari and mixed doubles coach Jeremy Gan is expecting them to make a strong impact.
In fact, Fairuz-Pei Tty will not be partnering each other for the first time as they teamed up to secure a surprise bronze medal in the 2006 Doha Asian Games.
Pei Tty had also won a bronze medal partnering Koo Kien Keat in the World Championships a few months earlier before the former was paired off with Fairuz in Doha.
This is one of many reshuffles made by national doubles chief coach Rexy Mainaky and Jeremy. Only national champions Kien Keat-Ng Hui Lin were spared.
The other new partnerships are Razif Latif-Woon Khe Wei, Chan Peng Soon-Goh Liu Ying, Tan Wee Kiong-Vivian Hoo, Ong Jian Guo-Chong Sook Chin and Khim Wah-Ng Pou Leng.
Jeremy said they needed to build up a senior pair with the 2012 London Olympics in mind and is optimistic Fairuz-Pei Tty can progress quickly given their experience.
He also expects Kien Keat-Hui Lin, ranked World No 38, to qualify for the World Championships in Hyderabad on Aug 10-16 with Fairuz-Pei Tty having an outside chance of making the cut.
"We need to have a strong and experienced second pair and that's the reason Fairuz-Pei Tty were combined. Both have vast experience and should click," said Jeremy.
"Having said that, their priority is still the men's and women's doubles but I am optimistic both will be committed to the mixed doubles.
"It will not be a problem as Pei Tty has been playing in two events regularly but Fairuz has to adapt. "They can look forward to next year's Commonwealth Games (in New Delhi) and the 2010 Asian Games to prove their worth."
Kien Keat-Boon Heong and Fairuz-Pei Tty will also be the front-runners to qualify for the Olympics while the rest of the pairs, said Jeremy, are being groomed to take over from the seniors after 2012.
For a start, Fairuz-Pei Tty will be competing in the All England on March 3-8 and the Swiss Open on March 10-15.
Razif-Khe Wei and Peng Soon-Liu Ying will be competing in the German Open (Feb 24-Mar 1) and the All England.
02-16-2009, 01:36 AM #236
BADMINTON: Confidence key to Pei Tty-Eei Hui success
Wong Pei Tty (right) and Chin Eei Hui
THE All England is the tournament in which Wong Pei Tty-Chin Eei Hui can prove that their recent run of success was not "temporary" and national doubles coach Rexy Mainaky is optimistic his charges can produce something spectacular in Birmingham on March 3-8.
No Malaysian women's doubles have made it to the final of the All England, let alone win it, but Rexy said Pei Tty-Eei Hui can achieve this if they remain confident and believe they are now a world class pair comparable to those from China and South Korea.
Being the All England, it will have a quality field led by Olympic champions Du Jing-Yu Yang and Rexy has urged Pei Tty-Eei Hui to raise their level and aim for the title.
Pei Tty-Eei Hui under-performed in last year's edition where they lost in the second round but their marked improvement will give them the opportunity to better their semi-final appearance of 2007.
"It has been a long time since all the top pairs competed and this is the challenge Pei Tty-Eei Hui must overcome. If they can turn the form book around and win, that will announce their domination," said Rexy.
"What is interesting is that they don't fear China's pairs but it is the Koreans who have bothered them.
"However, they have been confident since the mental training camp (in Kuching) last week and Eei Hui has broken the pain barrier and is willing to push even harder when she is bothered by her knee injury.
"The initial aim is to reach the final in Birmingham as that will set their momentum. It is a tall order but they have nothing to lose. This is the right time to come out of the comfort zone and aim higher."
Pei Tty-Eei Hui's victories in the Denmark Open and the Super Series Masters Finals last year were achieved in the absence of top pairs and winning the All England with a top class field is what they need to boost their career.
Their performance in Birmingham will also indicate how well they can do in the World Championships in Hyderabad on Aug 10-16.
02-23-2009, 12:15 AM #237
Badminton: Pei Tty-Eei Hui must scale Great Wall for title
By : K.M. BOOPATHY
WO M E N ’S doubles Wong Pei Tty Chin Eei Hui will face serious threats from China’s leading pairs in their bid to capture the All England title but national doubles coach Rexy Mainaky views it as an ideal situation to cement their reputation as a world class pair.
Pei Tty-Eei Hui, theWorld No 2, are expected to meet China’s No 4 Pan Pan-Tian Qing in the second round, followed by Zhao Tingting- Zhang Yawen in the quarter-finals and Olympic champions Du Jing-Yu Yang, the World No 6, in the semis.
This is the toughest draw any pair could have asked for but Rexy said it is better to overcome such tough matches early and, if the Malaysians survive, it would raise their self-belief and more success will follow.
Pei Tty, 28, and Eei Hui, 27, have beaten all three pairs before but Du Jing-Yu Yang have a 4-1 record and the odds will be against the Malaysians in Birmingham on March 3-8.
“It is a good test for Pei Tty-Eei Hui as they must beat three China pairs to reach the final.
“This is unavoidable as they will have to beat these pairs if they want to become champions,” said Rexy.
“At their age, Pei Tty-Eei Hui cannot improve on their skills that much and all they need to do is maintain their physical condition and avoid injuries.
“Confidence is going to be the key if they want to beat China pair s.
“They have beaten them before but it must be achieved on a regular basis. Beating them in an important tournament like the All England will raise their self-confidence.
“If they can be successful in the All England, we will witness Pei Tty-Eei Hui securing more titles and establishing themselves as a truly world class pair.” Pei Tty-Eei Hui’s best effort in the All England was a semi-final spot in 2007 and they need to produce something spectacular again to better the achievement.
Rexy’s optimism is based on the fact that Pei Tty-Ei Hui, despite being on the receiving end on most occasions, don’t really fear playing China’s pairs.
Should they turn the form book upside down and advance to the final, Pei Tty-Eei Hui could meet South Koreans Lee Kyung Won- Lee Hyo Jung for the title. That will be a totally new ball game for Pei Tty-Eei Hui who have never beaten the Koreans before and Rexy may have a crucial role to play should his charges go all the way.
02-26-2009, 08:46 AM #238
Badminton: Pei Tty-Eei Hui will have it easy in Basel
By : K.M. Boopathy
Wong Pei Tty (right) and Chin Eei Hui will have a hard time in the All England in Birmingham nest week.
WORLD No 2 Wong Pei Tty-Chin Eei Hui, who face a daunting task in the All England next week, can look forward to making the final of the Swiss Open in Basel on Mar 10-15 as they will not face the Chinese armada.
Pei Tty-Eei Hui's hopes of reaching their first All England final in Birmingham, which begins on Tuesday, look extremely bleak as they need to overcome three strong pairs from China -- Pan Pan-Tian Qing (second round), Zhang Yawen-Zhao Tingting (quarter-finals) and Olympic champions Du Jing-Yu Yang (semi-finals) -- but they have a relatively easier path in Basel.
South Koreans Lee Kyung Won-Lee Hyo Jung are the only pair capable of denying Pei Tty-Eei Hui a place in the final while all three combinations from China and Taiwan's World No 1 Cheng Wen Hsing-Chien Yu Chin are drawn in the top half of the draw.
The Malaysians will meet Petra Hofmanova-Sarka Krizkova of the Czech Republic in the first round and play another easy encounter against the Indian-Canadian combination of Saina Nehwal-Anna Rice.
Pei Tty-Eei Hui are likely to face stronger resistance from South Korea's Ha Jung Eun-Kim Min Jung in the quarter-finals but an upset is unlikely.
Victory will pit them against Kyung Won-Hyo Jung, who haven't lost to Pei Tty-Eei Hui in six meetings, in the semis but the Malaysian pair should be fired up to end their winless streak.
A semi-final victory would surely lift their spirits and this will help Pei Tty-Eei Hui go all out for another famous win over Du Jing-Yu Yang, their possible final opponents.
National doubles coach Rexy Mainaky said that Pei Tty-Eei Hui have found the going tough against the Koreans and sees it as a good chance to break the dry run.
"Pei Tty-Eei Hui have often given the Chinese a run for their money but it is against the Koreans that they have struggled. They are always worried playing the Koreans and this has often resulted in average performance," said Rexy.
"However, Pei Tty-Eei Hui have prepared well for both tournaments and I expect them to give a quality performance.
"The Swiss Open is also a good chance for them to end their losing streak to the top Korean pair."
Reaching the final will also help Pei Tty-Eei Hui maintain their world ranking of two but the title is what they will be aiming for in Basel.
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