. Tang Jinhua (汤金华) / Tian Qing (田卿) Let's talk about this pair. Tang Jinhua (汤金华): born January 8, 1992 in Nanjing, Jiangsu Province; height of 1.70 m Tian Qing (田卿): born August 19, 1986 in Anhua, Hunan Province; height of 1.68 m After Wang Xiaoli/Yu Yang era, in addition to the shiniest star in the WD discipline at present as the BWF commentators Gillian Clark and Stuart Pedersen said, Tang Yuanting (who is currently still has several partners in WD), this newly formed WD pair, Tang Jinhua/Tian Qing, is the one most fascinating to observe in WD pairs. This pair is rather unique that both players are playing the relatively same function in the sense that there is less dedicated role who plays as the front-court player and the back-court one. They are more relying on their dynamic rotations compared to the many WD pairs, watching them moving around on court as if watching the dancing players They started their international debut as a pair at the 2015 Star Australian Open Super Series whereas they took the runner-up position losing to Ma Jin/Tang Yuanting and got the top one at their 2nd tournament one week later at the 2015 BCA Indonesia Open SS Premier. From these two tournaments they earn WR points of 18,800, put them at WR #60. Having these impressive maiden results and watching their very convincing actions on court, I will say that there are much more to expect from this steady pair (yes, I believe they will be permanently paired from now on) and the opportunity to play in the 2016 Rio is widely opened.