Experience will be Ng’s best teacher as he plots rise in world rankings

PETALING JAYA: Young and eager to learn, Ng Tze Yong (pic) can only get better with experience, says national coaching director Wong Choong Han as the men’s singles shuttler gears up for the Asian Championships in the Philippines (April 26-May 1) and Thomas Cup in Bangkok (May 8-15).

Tze Yong, who is currently ranked 44th in the world, had hoped to bounce back in the recent Korean Open after his second-round loss to Indonesia’s Asian Games champion Jonathan Christie in the Swiss Open.

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