Wong Pei Tty

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Wong Pei Tty
Personal information
Country  Malaysia
Born (1981-11-11) 11 November 1981 (age 35)
Ipoh, Perak, Malaysia
Height 1.62 m (5 ft 4 in)
Handedness Right
Coach Rexy Mainaky
Women's & Mixed doubles
Highest ranking 1 (WD) (13 May 2009)
Current ranking Retired
BWF profile
This is a Chinese name; the family name is Wong.

Wong Pei Tty (born 11 November 1981 in Ipoh, Perak) is a former elite female doubles badminton player from Malaysia.

Wong competed in badminton at the 2004 Summer Olympics in women's doubles with partner Chin Eei Hui. They defeated Shizuka Yamamoto and Seiko Yamada of Japan in the first round but were defeated by Huang Sui and Gao Ling of China in the round of 16. Together, Wong and Chin achieved much success by winning super series and super series finals titles. They also clinched gold and bronze medals in 2010 and 2002 Commonwealth Games.

                                                                                                                                                                                   Although not well-known as a mixed doubles player, Wong created history for Malaysia as the only female player to have won a medal in mixed doubles at the World Championships and Asian Games in the same year (2006), with different partners. Currently, she works as a coach for Malaysia's national doubles players.

Achievements[edit]

Women's doubles[edit]

Year Tournament Venue Achievement
2009 Indonesia Super Series Jakarta, Indonesia Winner
2008
Hong Kong Super Series Hong Kong Semi-Finalist
China Open Super Series Shanghai, China Runner-Up
French Super Series Paris, France Runner-Up
Denmark Super Series Odense, Denmark Winner
Li Ning China Masters Super Series Chengdu, China Quarter-Finalist
Yonex Open Japan Super Series Tokyo, Japan Runner-Up
Thailand Open Grand Prix Gold Bangkok, Thailand Runner-Up
Djarum Indonesia Super Series Jakarta, Indonesia Quarter-Finalist
Yonex Korea Super Series Seoul, Korea Quarter-Finalist
2007
Denmark Super Series Odense, DEN Quarter-Finalist
Yonex Chinese Taipei Grand Prix Gold Taipei, Taiwan Semi-Finalist
16th World Championships Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Quarter-Finalist
Thailand Open Grand Prix Gold Bangkok, Thailand Quarter-Finalist
Djarum Indonesia Super Series Jakarta, Indonesia Quarter-Finalist
All England Super Series Birmingham, England Semi-Finalist
2006
Invitational World Cup Semi-Finalist
China Open Quarter-Finalist
Yonex Sunrise Hong Kong Open Hong Kong Quarter-Finalist
15th World Championships Madrid, Spain Quarter-Finalist
Korea Open Quarter-Finalist
Singapore Open Singapore, Singapore Quarter-Finalist
Asian Badminton Championships Johor Bahru, Malaysia Quarter-Finalist
Commonwealth Games XVIII Melbourne, Australia WINNER
Proton Malaysia Open Kuching, Malaysia Quarter-Finalist
Swiss Open Semi-Finalist
2005
Denmark Open Quarter-Finalist
Dutch Open Runner-Up
Djarum Indonesia Open Runner-Up
World Championships XIV Anaheim, United States Quarter-Finalist
Proton Malaysia Open Quarter-Finalist
Singapore Open Singapore, Singapore Quarter-Finalist
All England Open Birmingham, England Quarter-Finalist
23rd SEA Games Philippines WINNER
2004
Asian Badminton Championships Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Semi-Finalist
Chinese Taipei Open Semi-Finalist
Djarum Indonesia Open Quarter-Finalist
Singapore Open Singapore, Singapore Quarter-Finalist
2003
Dutch Open Quarter-Finalist
22nd SEA Games Hanoi, Vietnam Semi-Finalist
2002
Malaysia Satellite Semi-Finalist
XVII Commonwealth Games Manchester, England Semi-Finalist
2001
21st SEA Games Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Semi-Finalist
Jakarta Satellite Jakarta, Indonesia Semi-Finalist

Mixed doubles[edit]

Year Tournament Venue Round
2007
Malaysian National Badminton Championships Terengganu, Malaysia Winner
Yonex Korea Open Super Series Seoul, Korea Quarter-Finalist
Proton Malaysia Super Series Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Second round
2006
XV Asian Games Doha, Qatar Semi-Finalist
IBF World Championships Madrid, Spain Semi-Finalist
XVIII Commonwealth Games Melbourne, Australia Semi-Finalist
2005
Denmark Open Semi-Finalist
Malaysian National Badminton Championships Winner
Djarum Indonesia Open Quarter-Finalist
2004
Djarum Indonesia Open Semi-Finalist
Singapore Open Singapore Runner-Up
Chinese Taipei Open Winner
China Open Guangzhou, China Quarter-Finalist
2002
Malaysia Satellite Quarter-Finalist
2001
2001 Southeast Asian Games Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Semi-Finalist

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