Ng Tat Wai

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Ng Tat Wai
Personal information
Country  Malaysia
Born (1947-09-05) 5 September 1947 (age 67)
Penang, Malayan Union (now Malaysia)
Height 1.70 m (5 ft 7 in)
Handedness Right
Men's doubles
This is a Chinese name; the family name is Ng.

Ng Tat Wai (born 5 September 1947 in Penang[1]) was one of the top badminton players during the 1970s. A right-handed doubles player, Tat Wai had represented and won medals for Malaysia in various tournament including the Thomas Cup, Commonwealth Games, Asian Games and Southeast Asian Games. During his student years in England, Tat Wai played and won several County open tournaments.

Currently Tat Wai stays in Penang and devotes his time in training.

Achievements[edit]

Year Tournament Venue Result
1970 Gandhi Memorial Invitation India Runners-Up
1970 Commonwealth Games - Doubles Edinburgh, Scotland Silver medal winner
1970 Thomas Cup Finals Kuala Lumpur Runners-Up
1972 Thomas Cup Rounds Japan Winner
1972 Belgium Open - Doubles Brussels Runners-Up
1972 German Open - Doubles Oberhaussen Quarter Finalist
1972 Danish Open -Doubles Denmark Semi-Finalist
1972 All-England -Doubles London Quarter-Finalist
1972 Malaysian Close -Doubles Malaysia Champion
1972 S.E. Asia Peninsular Games Malaysia Gold medal winner
1972 Asian Games Thailand Silver medal winner
1972 World Invitation -Doubles 3rd Placing
1975 / 1976 Middlesex Open London Doubles champion
1975 /1976 Oxford Open Oxfordshire, UK Doubles champion
1975 /1976 West of England England Doubles champion
1975 /1976 Hampshire Open Hampshire, UK Doubles champion
1975 /1976 Surrey Open England Doubles champion
1975 /1976 Berkshire Open England Doubles champion
1975 Gallerher Open Ireland Doubles champion
1975 /1976 Portsmouth open England Doubles champion

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