Ong Beng Hee, Malaysia’s most designed male squash player, has been named as the lead trainer of the US public squash program.
Having most as of late filled in as the head public mentor of Qatar’s squash group, he succeeds Paul Assaiante who will presently serve in an emeritus job following 13 years in charge Ong, 41, will manage the whole squash program from the lesser to the world class level, with accentuation on the country’s four top-25 positioned ladies’ players Amanda Sobhy, Olivia Blatchford Clyne, Sabrina Sobhy and Olivia Fiechter.
“I’m incredibly glad and lowered to be offered the chance to head the US public program,” Ong was cited as saying by US Squash.
“This is my greatest accomplishment as a mentor, and to be driving the program upheld by the stunning offices at the Specter Center is a little glimpse of heaven for any mentor in the world.”Ong, who began work officially last week, will be based at the Arlen Specter US Squash Center in Philadelphia.
“The Specter Center establishes an ideal climate for both the players and mentors, it is the best squash office on the planet.” Ong said.
“All the US players are self-propelled and inspired to make progress at the most significant level. I’ve come here to impart my experience to them, and yet learn and become together.
“It’s vital that I’m continually finding out with regards to our players’ games and the cutting edge game itself. We will put forth a valiant effort. I’m not sure why we can’t challenge Egypt, the world No. 1, and I feel that we’re not far away.”
Amanda, positioned 6th on the planet, said she was ‘eager to’ work with the previous world number seven men’s player.
“I trust having him here urges more US players to need to base themselves at the middle to work with Ong and train with us all. The climate is gradually meeting up and all of us are anticipating the season ahead.”
Ong started his squash venture simply an hour from the Specter Center at Princeton University, when he won the World Juniors in 1998.
Throughout his seventeen-year proficient vocation, Ong won 15 Professional Squash Association titles, four Asian Championships titles and brought home two Asian Games gold decorations.