Clarence Chew continues to keep his parents’ legacy after representing his country in the Tokyo Olympics. Get more details on him below.
Clarence Chew is a table tennis player from Singapore who is also a participant in the 2020 Tokyo Summer Olympics.
Similarly, he is the 186th rank player in the entire world. Even though Clarence didn’t surpass the second round, he made an impressive mark in his career.
Moreover, during the Tokyo Olympics, Clarence lost to Austria in the third round with a 1-4 score. The competition was intense as he gave his all but ultimately lost the match.
Although A senior player, Daniel Habesohn, tackled Chew, he had won the first round against Ibrahima Diaw from Senegal. Clarence Chew Parents And Family
Clarence Chew has a very athletic family as both of his parents were once table tennis players. Chew’s mother, Chen Shuping, was a national player of China, her origin. Further, she also coached in South Africa and Singapore.
Similarly, Chew Soo Sheng, his father, represented Singapore professionally in table tennis. He is now the chief executive officer for the Singapore Table Tennis Association.
His mother stayed with the National China Team for only one and a half years as she later began traveling to coach players.
Starting from Hong Kong to South Africa, she settled in Singapore when she met Sheng, Chew’s father.
His parents said they were happy to have Chew continue their legacy of table tennis naturally. Besides, he was a left-handed player, and left-handed players are faster than right-handed ones.
Clarence Chew Net Worth And Wife
The exact net worth of Clarence Chew is not available as of now.
Further, he is yet to marry a wife since he is currently 25 years old, prioritize his career for now.
Similarly, Clarence is also active on Instagram, and we can follow him at @chewclarence for his regular updates.