The independent men’s doubles duo Ong Yew Sin and Too Ee Yi (pic) have the potential to get to the semi-finals of the World Tour Finals, which will take place in Bangkok, Thailand, the following month; nevertheless, they need to improve their consistency.

This is the opinion of the pair’s coach, Chin Eei Hui, who believes that the pair is capable of competing at the highest level but acknowledges that much will rely on how they perform.

The world’s eighth-ranked pair had competed in 15 events so far in 2018, reaching the quarterfinals or farther in 12 of those competitions. However, the final of the Australian Open, which took place on Sunday, was the first time in 2018 that they had reached a championship match.

After suffering a defeat at the hands of China’s Liu Yuchen-Ou Xuanyi, who is ranked 14th in the world, they failed to capitalize on the opportunity to win their first championship in over two years. The match ended in a score of 21-16 and 22-20. The Thailand Masters in 2020 was the most recent competition in which they triumphed.

In spite of this, Eei Hui is still of the opinion that the two of them have what it takes to shine during the season finale, which will take place in Bangkok from December 7-11.

They possess the ability to compete in the semifinals of the competition. “However, their form changes frequently, and a great deal will be determined by the form that they take on a given day,” explained Eei Hui.

They need to improve their consistency if they want to keep their spot in the top 10 and also win championships.

According to Eei Hui, who will be moving to Auckland, New Zealand in February of the following year to take a position as a coach at the North Harbour Club there, “They played well in the semi-finals (Australian Open), but they were not in their finest form in the final.”

Yew Sin-Ee Yi are projected to finish second in the World Tour standings, behind Fajar Alfian-Rian Ardianto of Indonesia. There is a possibility that they will go head-to-head with Yuchen-Xuanyi in Bangkok.

In addition, the reigning world champions Aaron Chia-Soh and Wooi Yik will be competing in the finals as one of the eight teams.

Meanwhile, world No. 33 Ng Tze Yong’s performance in the men’s singles semi-final in Sydney was good enough to drive him into the top 30. This will enable him to compete at the Malaysian Open and other high-ranked events on the Badminton World Federation calendar in the coming year.

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