Thread: Wong Pei Tty & Chin Eei Hui
03-27-2007, 10:46 AM #18Originally Posted by Dreamzz
03-30-2007, 08:44 AM #19
They are not one of the best, true.
But they try their best, that's what's important.
They made up for the 2 first round exits in the Malaysian and Korean Opens by making history to get into the AE semis by beating a pair they haven't beaten for a couple of years.............
And they tried their best to beat Yang Wei-Zhang Jiewen too.
THEY ARE DA BEST!!!!!
03-31-2007, 01:58 AM #20Originally Posted by emmsfan
03-31-2007, 04:01 AM #21
Cheah Soon Kit needs to produce more woman's doubles. We cannot always rely on CEH/WPY everytime. they will feel the pressure and lack of quality sparring partners for them.
04-04-2007, 12:14 AM #22
Injuries make Eei Hui-Pei Tty doubtful starters for ABC
By LIM TEIK HUAT
KUALA LUMPUR: A day after the draws were made, the Malaysian women’s pair of Chin Eei Hui-Wong Pei Tty have emerged as doubtful starters for the Asian Badminton Championships (ABC), which will be held in Johor Baru from April 10-15.
Eei Hui is nursing an ankle injury she suffered in the Swiss Open in Basel last month while Pei Tty is undergoing treatment for pain in her thigh muscles.
In the Swiss Open, the world number six pair conceded a walkover to the Swiss combination of Elin Bergblom-Johanna Persson in the second round.
National doubles coach Cheah Soon Kit said that Eei Hui had been undergoing treatment for the last two weeks.
Despite their current condition, the duo still attend training at the Gymnasium II in Bukit Jalil.
“They have consulted the doctor at the National Sports Institute (NSI). Eei Hui’s movement at the ankle is still restricted. And now, Pei Tty is also having problems with her thigh. The chances of them taking part in ABC is not that good,” said Soon Kit.
However, he will wait until the weekend to decide on whether to withdraw the pair from the tournament. The Malaysian players will begin leaving for Johor Baru on Saturday.
“I will get a final opinion from the doctor and also have to talk with the other coaches,” said Soon Kit.
Pei Tty is also down to play in the mixed doubles, partnering Mohd Fairuzizuan Mohd Tazary.
In the doubles, Eei Hui-Pei Tty are the second seeds behind Taiwan’s Cheng Wen-hsing-Chien Yu-chin. But it will not be easy for them to live up to the billing.
In their half of the draw are the unseeded Chinese scratch pair of Yang Wei-Zhaotingting, who won the Swiss Open title, and two Japanese combinations – Ogura Kumiko-Shiota Reiko and Matsuda Tomomi-Akao Aki.
Eei Hui-Pei Tty became the first Malaysian women’s pair to reach the semi-finals of the All-England last month.
If Eei Hui-Pei Tty are unable to play in the ABC, they will have to wait for the Super Series to resume next month with the Singapore Open followed by the round in Indonesia.
04-04-2007, 12:20 AM #23
i think they better skip ABC if not yet fully recovered.
the more important thing is get well and be fully fit for singapore and indonesia open as olympic qualification begin there.hope they get well soon. they are so hardworking. still train despite their condition. all the best to them
07-01-2008, 03:17 AM #24
2008 Thailand GP Gold WD runners-up
07-01-2008, 03:27 AM #25
a podium finish...^^...
07-01-2008, 04:01 AM #26
Good result in Thailand, but Chin Eei Hui, whether thru injury or not, still commits a lot of errors. She really has smashing power, but not the staying power when the game goes to rubber ......
If we had a pair made up of 2 Wong Pei Ttys, then the pair would have been really solid and equal to TPE, INA and KOR best pair, if not CHN. Right now, the only really challengers to CHN pairs are those 3 TPE/INA/KOR pairs.
07-01-2008, 06:08 AM #27
10-27-2008, 05:24 AM #28
Congrats to them !! they won Denmark Open 2008 yday !! hoo hooo !! Congrats girls..
10-27-2008, 07:36 AM #29
Our top WD pair has done pretty well since Chin returned from injury. 3 finals and 1 title in 4 months of competition is pretty good form.
Although my personal opinion is that they should have won 2 of the finals instead of just 1, they missed the Japan SS title due to bad starts in the 1st and 3rd games.
But we are still too overly dependent on them in WD. Unlike WS (where we have Julia Wong and Lydia Cheah backing up Wong Mew Choo), there is no credible 2nd pair yet after 6 years although Woon Khe Wei/Ng Hui Lin are being groomed in that direction, assuming that these youngsters do not specialize in XD only.
10-27-2008, 08:28 AM #30
i though today will see their success reported on news but 4got that is deepavali today. have to wait for tomorrow then. Congrats Wong/Chin
10-27-2008, 10:16 AM #31
10-27-2008, 11:15 AM #32
10-27-2008, 09:02 PM #33
The Star Online > Sports
Tuesday October 28, 2008
Badminton: Eei Hui-Pei Tty get rid of chokers’ tag with Danish Open crown
By RAJES PAUL
KUALA LUMPUR: The top national women’s doubles pair of Chin Eei Hui-Wong Pei Tty neither rolled on the floor nor jumped high for joy after winning the Danish Open title on Sunday. But the smile on their faces said it all.
They had finally nailed their first Open title in six years with a 23-21, 21-12 victory in 32 minutes over a scratch Indonesian pair, Rani Mundiasti-Jo Novita, in the final in Odense.
Huge relief: Chin Eei Hui (right) and Wong Pei Tty defeated Indonesia’s Rani Mundiasti and Jo Novita to clinch the women’s doubles title in Denmark.
It was a big achievement, considering that their previous best were only runner-up finishes €” at the Dutch and Indonesian Opens in 2005 and the Thailand and Japan Opens this year.
Pei Tty was glad that they had finally got rid of the chokers’ tag but said that they were not overcome by emotions of joy after ending their chase for an elusive Open title.
“I think we have lost so often that we did not how to celebrate,” said Pei Tty in jest in a telephone interview from Odense.
“We did not show much emotion but it was one of the most happiest days for us. Finally, we won our first Open title after coming close a few times over the last six years.”
The effort was worth US$16,800 for the duo and it was the biggest prize money won by them since forging a partnership to play in Open tournaments in 2002. Their previous wins were in multi-sport Games €” at the 2005 Manila SEA Games and 2006 Melbourne Commonwealth Games.
On Sunday, though, the world number 10 almost blew it in the first game and Pei Tty attributed it to nerves.
“The top Chinese and South Koreans did not compete and everyone had a shot of winning it. We had a good chance but we made so many mistakes in the first game. I think there was fear of letting the title slip through our fingers again,” she said.
“We were trailing 17-20. Fort*u*nate*ly, we did not give up and fought our way back to win it. We played more confidently in the second game.”
Pei Tty thanked the team of coaches under the charge of Rexy Mainaky. Since a first-round defeat at the Beijing Olympics in August, Pei Tty and Eei Hui have been training full-time with the men’s doubles players.
“We want to thank the coaches for the guidance and continued faith in us. We also do not want to forget our former coach, (Cheah) Soon Kit, for guiding us for the most part of our careers.
“The win is worth all the sacrifices that we have put in,” she said.
On their chances in the French Open, which begins tomorrow in Paris, Pei Tty said: “China have their top pairs but we do not know whether they will show up in Paris. But we will try to be consistent.”
Pei Tty-Eei Hui are the fourth seeds and they are likely to meet Rani-Jo again in the second round. In their half of the draw are second seeds Vita Marissa-Lilyana Natsir of Indonesia, China’s Zhang Yawen-Zhao Tingting and Japanese Aki Akao-Tomomi Matsuda.
Rexy gave Eei Hui-Pei Tty a big pat on the back for their breakthrough performance in Denmark.
“This win is important for Eei Hui and Pei Tty. It will give them a lot more confidence to continue with their efforts to win honours for the country,” said Rexy.
“It will also motivate the other women players. I am also happy to note that the coaches in the men’s doubles department are working together as a team to help these players.”
The coaches in the team are Pang Cheh Chang, Rosman Razak, Chang Kim Wai and Jeremy Gan.
10-28-2008, 02:46 AM #34
wow i think is funny pei tty say that “I think we have lost so often that we did not how to celebrate,” said Pei Tty in jest in a telephone interview from Odense. hehe. i tot they will jump in joy but they didnt. anway of course they fell very happy with that win and so do we mas fans. hehe.
glad to know that wong/chin still remember to thank their old coach, Cheah though he is not coaching them anymore. so sweet. i think Cheah is proud of them too. good that they train full time with MD now n the time under Rexy and Pang is beginning to show results. hope for more good news from them.
honestly lucky that wong/chin won the DO title after KKK/TBH n others failed to live up to expectation. save mas from d blushes
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