Emotions are getting worse for the nationwide combined doubles pair Chen Tang Jie-Toh Ee Wei after exiting the Malaysian Open on the quarter-final stage yesterday.
Tang Jie-Ee Wei, competing of their first World Tour Tremendous 1000 occasion collectively after being paired in November, gave a great account of themselves within the opening recreation earlier than taking place to Thailand’s 2021 world champions Dechapol Puavaranukroh-Sapsiree Taerattanachai 19 – 21, 9-21 at Axiata Enviornment.
Regardless of the loss, the Malaysian pair may nonetheless stroll tall after knocking off two higher-ranked pairs en path to their last-eight end.
Tang Jie-Ee Wei shocked fellow homesters and world No. 6 Tan Kian Meng-Lai Pei Jing (first spherical) and world No. 12 in Indonesia Rehan Naufal-Lisa Ayu (second spherical).
“Reaching the quarter-finals of our first large event collectively is an efficient achievement however I am not glad with it,” stated Tang Jie.
“At the moment (yesterday), we gave a great battle to Thai world No. 3 pair within the first recreation however at 19-20 down, I gave them alternatives to assault and it price us.
“If we had received the primary recreation, perhaps the outcome would have been totally different.
“Within the second recreation, I made quite a lot of errors,” stated Tang Jie.
Ee Wei promised to study from the loss and enhance their recreation.
“The Thai pair’s pictures are at all times good.
“We’ve got to study from this and enhance on our weaknesses,” stated Ee Wei, who will flip his consideration to subsequent week’s Indian Open.
However, Dechapol-Sapsiree will face world No. 4 of Japan’s Yuta Watanabe-Arisa Higashino within the semi-finals in the present day.
The opposite final 4 match is between the defending champions and world No. 1 Zheng Siwei-Huang Yaqiong of China and Indonesia world No. 19 Dejan Ferdinansyah-Gloria Widjaja.