Malaysian badminton player, Valeree Siow together with her mixed doubles partner Chen Tang Jie faced Indonesian representatives, Praveen Jordan/Melati Daeva Oktavianti in the second round of the Indonesia Open 2022. The match between Chen Tang Jie/Valeree Siow took place on Thursday (16 /6/2022) afternoon. The meeting in the second round of the Indonesia Open is the first meeting between the two pairs, where there has never been a match between the two in an international badminton championship.
Based on player rankings released by the Badminton World Federation (BWF) on the Badminton4u application, Valeree Siow is a Malaysian badminton player who plays two numbers namely women’s doubles and mixed doubles. Women’s doubles, she is paired with Low Yeen Yuan, ranked 73 in the world with the highest ranking being the current ranking.
While in mixed doubles, Valeree Siow is paired with Chan Peng Soon and is ranked 215th in the world with the highest ranking of 193. Together with her current partner, Chen Tang Jie, she is ranked 661th in the world, while with Roy King YAP is ranked 287th in the world.
Knowing the figure of Valeree Siow, the following is a brief profile:
- Full Name: Valeree Siow Zi Xuan
- Last Name: Valeree Siow
- Birthdate: March 18, 2002
- Age: 20 Years
- Height: 166 cm
Summarize from tournament records in the Badminton4u application, here are a series of achievements from Valeree Siow:
- YONEX Slovenia International Champion 2021 (women’s doubles)
- YONEX Latvia International 2021 Champion (women’s and mixed doubles)
- Hellas International Champion 2021 (women’s and mixed doubles)
Valeree Siow played 18 tournaments with 46 wins and 17 losses. Throughout the match, Valeree Siow managed to reach 6 finals with 5 championship titles.
Before advancing to the last 16 of the Indonesia Open 2022, Valeree Siow and Chen Tang Jie defeated their team mates, Choong HJ/Peck Yen Wei in the early rounds.
That’s a brief profile and a series of achievements from Valeree Siow, the Malaysian badminton player against the Indonesian representative, Praveen Jordan/Melati Daeva Oktavianti in the second round of the Indonesia Open 2022 on Thursday (16/6/2022).