Lee Wei urges paddlers to make a point on world stage


Ho Ying (left) and Karen Lyne. - RAJA FAISAL HISHAN/The Star

PETALING JAYA: National table tennis head coach Beh Lee Wei wants the women’s team to grab the opportunity to collect valuable ranking points at the World Team Championships in Chengdu, China, starting today.

The team consisting of Ho Ying (No. 238), Karen Lyne (No. 257), Alice Chang Li Sian (No. 232) and Tee Ai Xin (No. 364) had been handed an invitation to participate in the prestigious world team by the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF), thanks to their rousing performances en route to capturing a silver medal at the Birmingham Commonwealth Games.

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