cd3q wrote:beh lee wei article..
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Wednesday October 29, 2008
Lee Wei and Sock Khim emerge triumphant in Jakarta
PETALING JAYA: National paddlers Beh Lee Wei and Ng Sock Khim chalked a first in their career when they bagged the women’s doubles gold medal in the South-East Asian Championships in Jakarta last weekend.
The duo won the title beating Vietnam’s Mai Xuan Hang-Mai My Trang 3-2 in the final.
Malaysia have always played second fiddle in tournaments in the region since Singapore brought into their ranks players from China in the nineties. But Singapore decided not to field their top players this time and were represented by their juniors.
Still, winning the gold medal was an achievement for Lee Wei and Sock Khim, who are currently the top two female players in the country.
“It has been a long time since Malaysia won a gold at the South-East Asian Championships,” said the 25-year-old Lee Wei.
History makers: Beh Lee Wei and Ng Sock Khim (inset) beat Vietnam’s Mai Xuan Hang-Mai My Trang to win the women’s doubles crown.
“I have been playing for 12 years and this is the first time I tasted success in the championships. Except for Singapore, the other countries were represented by their top players.”
Lee Wei, who has graduated from Inti College with a degree in business administration, added that she would remain competitive as long as her services were needed by the Table Tennis Association of Malaysia (TTAM).
Lee Wei also bagged a silver in the women’s singles, losing 0-4 to Nanthana Komwong of Thailand in the final. Komwong had stopped Sock Khim, the Korat SEA Games silver medallist, in the semi-finals.
Lee Wei and Sock Khim also helped Malaysia to another silver in the team event. They were beaten 1-3 by Thailand.
Lee Wei completed her outing as the best Malaysian performer when she earned her fourth medal, a bronze in the mixed doubles partnering Mohd Shakirin Ibrahim. Shakirin was also the bronze medallist in the men’s doubles partnering Chai Kian Beng and in the men’s singles.
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KLU LEE WEI TU
ni topik pemain tbaik bkn pemain kiut...
tsd wrote:Smartman wrote:ko tau tak ranking pingpong kat malaysia nie
kalau ikut sistem ranking pp4m, test.mypromo2u.com
shark air ialah pemain #1 di Malaysia setakat pesta pingpong Tanjung Malim 2009
Bagindo wrote:NATIONAL TABLE TENNIS TEAM TRAIN IN CHINA
Bernama - Monday, March 30KUALA LUMPUR, March 30 (Bernama) --- Six Malaysian table-tennis players are now in Beijing, China to undergo a month-long training programme in preparation for the World Individual Table-Tennis Championship in Yokohama, Japan from April 28 until May 5.
Table-Tennis Association of Malaysia (TTAM) executive director Soong Poh Wah said the national squad were training at the Zheng Ding International Training Centre in Beijing since last Saturday and they would be leaving for Japan on April 26.
"The national squad will compete in all the five categories offered for contest at the championship in Japan," he said when contacted by Bernama, here today.
The six players undergoing the training are Ng Sock Kim, Beh Lee Wei, Muhd Shakirin Ibrahim, Chai Kian Beng, Kho Mao Sheng and Chui Soo Jiin.
P/S : nama yg di bold kan itu merupakan pemain-pemain ping pong terbaik Malaysia masakini.
tsd wrote:Saya rasa adalah lebih berkesan kalau kita bawa masuk 6 orong pemain dari negara China dari menghantar 6 orang ke negara China. Kalau hantar 6 orang, hanya 6 orang itu saja dapat manafaat... kalau kita bawa masuk 6 orang pemain negara China, maka lebih banyak pemain tempatan yang boleh dapat pengalaman bermain dengan pemain negara cina.
Bagindo wrote:tsd wrote:Saya rasa adalah lebih berkesan kalau kita bawa masuk 6 orong pemain dari negara China dari menghantar 6 orang ke negara China. Kalau hantar 6 orang, hanya 6 orang itu saja dapat manafaat... kalau kita bawa masuk 6 orang pemain negara China, maka lebih banyak pemain tempatan yang boleh dapat pengalaman bermain dengan pemain negara cina.
Masalah ini kena ajukan kepada TTAM atau persatuan ping pong negeri masing-masing. Seperti kami di STTA memang ada `menyewa` jurulatih khas dari negara China bagi menggarap pemain-pemain secara keseluruhan tak kira budak melayu, cina dan lain-lain yang bernaung di bawah STTA. Bergantung kepada sumber kewangan persatuan masing-masing.
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