Tze Yong is one of the country’s rising men’s singles players.
LEGEND national badminton, Datuk Lee Chong Wei asked all parties not to put too much pressure on the national men’s singles player, Ng Tze Yong who will start the Australian Open challenge starting this Tuesday.
On the other hand, the former world number one hopes that all parties will continue to give full support and more time before he is able to show his real performance.
“For me, Ng Tze Yong has to give him a little more time and don’t expect him to go to the tournament and become a champion.
“We have to understand that there is a lot of pressure that he has to face after Lee Zii Jia left the national team and it is not easy to be the main men’s singles in BAM.
“Because he (Tze Yong) is still young, only 21 years old and we have to give him time. I believe that if we give him more time, within one or two years I am sure he will show off his real action,” he said on Sunday.
Commenting on the performance of another male singles player, Leong Jun Hao, Chong Wei admitted that he was happy with the performance of the former Asian youth champion this year.
In fact, Chong Wei hopes that Jun Hao’s positive results will be a motivation for him to perform better after this.
“For Jun Hao, I see that his performance now has improved compared to before. In fact this year we saw him win a championship in Indonesia.
“So I hope he can continue his excellent performance and use the championship as motivation for him to win more titles after this,” he said.
For the record, Jun Hao ended his championship drought on the international stage when he emerged as the Indonesia Masters champion last October.
In the final match at Dewan Sports Platinum, Malang, the 23-year-old player clinched the Indonesian Masters title after defeating compatriot Cheam June Wei 9-21, 22-20, 21-19.
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