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Liek Hou off to a good start in World Para meet

Liek Hou off to a good start in World Para meet

Cheah Liek Hou was able to get his chance of winning the men's singles title in the World Para Championships off to an excellent start when Cheah Liek Hou easily won both his matches in the Group A event to be able to play in the knockout round at Tokyo yesterday.

The top seed Liek Hou who is looking to defend seven world titles within the SU5 (upper body impairment) category, defeated David Wilson of Wales 21-11 21, 21-19, as well as the English's Sean O'Sullivan 21-6, 21-6 at the Yoyogi National Stadium to top his class.This year's current Paralympic Games champion, who won the title last year, 2017 is determined to take the title the title from Dheva Anrimusthi from Indonesia.

Liek Hou was forced to take bronze in 2017 after losing in the semi-finals to Dheva during the semi-final.But the Malaysian had revenged the defeat by beating his fellow Indonesian at the Paralympic final in the year 2000.

In the doubles for men, Liek Hou was paired with Faris Azri to score an impressive 21-1, 21-2 victory over Colombia's Jorge Enrique Jean Paul Vargas during their opening match of Group B.Liek Hou-Faris will then face South Korea's Kim Giyeon-Lee Jeongsoo in their second match of the group.

In the group stage the standard of my opponents is far from mine. In the meantime, I'm getting used to the venue. I played at the same stadium during the Paralympics in the past, but it's slightly different than the time when the courts have been expanded and played.Which reported by live casino sportsbook malaysia.

There are currently 10 courts and it was very humid in the court I played on. I must be able to adjust quickly beginning tomorrow (today) from now on the games are going to get more difficult,said Liek Hou.