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BAM face tougher task to whip up mixed pairs for Olympics

BAM face tougher task to whip up mixed pairs for Olympics

A challenging task may turn into nearly impossible.The Badminton Association Malaysia's (BAM) ambition to produce mixed doubles teams that are that are able to qualify to compete in the Paris 2024 Olympics will been made more difficult by the departure of players from the national team.Former Chan Peng Soon and Cheah Yee See were the newest to submit their resignations, when they chose to join Peck Yen Wei out the door.

Peng Soon as well as Yee See were paired together in June, but failed to make it work.Peng Soon's resignation at the age of 34 wasn't an unexpected event, But Yee See's decision follow similar steps has caused the mixed doubles team to be feeling drained.Hoo Pang Ron Toh Ee Wei, who were only joined in June, appear to be the only pair that is capable of trying to make it to the Olympics.

Pang Ron-Ee Wei Pang Ron-Ee Wei, who are ranked as No. 37 worldwide is actually the most stable pair of the team.Pang Ron was paired with 26-year-old Yee See prior to this, and they both had silver at the Hanoi SEA Games in May.

Currently, Pang Ron-Ee Wei are the best option to make it to this year's Paris Olympics. They have made good improvement since they were paired. We'll also be deciding on other pairings in the near future. There is still a bit of time until that Olympic qualifying period begins in May.declared national doubles coach director , Rexy Majoraky.

In response to Peng Soon's resignation Rexy revealed:He told me that Peng Soon would not remain in BAM in the event that Peng Soon and Yee See didn't perform well at both the Denmark as well as the French Opens. After both tournaments ended during the opening round, Peng Soon made a decision to walk away.

We will always be grateful to him for everything we have achieved through him. He's been a excellent mentor for our younger players. We wish him the best in the future.In the wake of Yee See's departure, BAM secretary Datuk Kenny Goh stated: We tried to change her mind, but in vain. She believes it's the right time to leave. There's no choice but to accept what's happening.In addition to Pang Ron as well as Ee Wei, just six players are left from the mixed doubles team.They include Chen Tang Jie, Yap Ling Choong Hon Jian. Go Pei Kee Loo Bing Kun, and Yap Cheng Wen.

In the meantime, Malaysia were dealt another hit when their own pair Goh Soon Huat-Shevon-Lai Jemie was eliminated from the Hylo Open after suffering a shocking 21-17, 10-21, 17-21 defeat in the second round against Gregory Mairs-Jenny of England. Moore.After losing Malaysia's participation in the contest was coming to an conclusion.Which reported by trusted online slot malaysia.