World No. 82 Tze Yong to play without fear if given the chance

No room for ego: Ng Tze Yong is keeping his feet firmly on the ground although he has emerged as the most improved back-up member.

PETALING JAYA: It’s normal for a young player to want to prove himself – and Ng Tze Yong is no different.

The world No. 82 Tze Yong is rubbing his hands with glee over the prospect of playing against a world top 20 opponent for the first time in his debut Thomas Cup Finals in Aarhus, Denmark.

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Ng Tze Yong , Thomas Cup Finals , Aarhus , Denmark


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