A force to be reckoned with!
Quiambao is like a walking disaster, trampling everything on his path through the use of his never-ending set of skills and arsenal to send his opponents back from square one.
MDSF’s former champion Zeth Quiambao reigned unstoppable in the blazing heat of Bulprisa’s provincial meet battles as he rain down constant, powerful attacks to capture a flawless victory in JCAS sports alley, Malolos last March 7 to 8, 2023.
Wearing his white jersey, the former athlete demolished his opponent through his defense-breaking smashes and calculated drops and flicks together with his enhanced stamina and agility to break free of the rallies, winning the battle for Gold match with a huge score gap of 21 -4, 21 – 5.
“During rallies, especially the long ones, I simply made sure that I will be the one to get the point, just one point at a time. I remained calm so I could think clearly, yet fierce so I could be strong enough to combat the attacks. This led to a 21-4, 21-5 score,” Quiambao said.
On the other side, his opponent, who studied at the Holy Child of Montessori School of Bulacan, inc. kept the rally going through his unyielding determination combined with astounding volley of smashes and agile footwork to give the sagradan smasher a long match.
Despite the sublime efforts of the green-colored jersey Montessorian, Quiambao’s threatening force remained on top, unabling his opponent to catch up to his speedy shots and thus, ending the match quickly
“He is also a great player. Probably I was just able to anticipate his next move, and I think my shots stayed more consistent and efficient during rallies,” said Quiambao to his final opponent.
Other than Quiambao’s skills, one of his signature strengths are his increasing power output and spectacular execution, resulting in him creating an indomitable defense together with his hard-hitting offense in order to maintain his momentum on the entire match.
This results in Quiambao consistently dominating the battlefield, with a record of 21-5, 21-2 during his quarterfinals battle, 21-1, 21-0 in his semifinals match, and lastly 21-3, 21-0 in his Singles B finals match, leaving no mercy for the opponents that he battled along the way.
After his battle in provincials, Quiambao will continue his journey as he enters the perilous trail of the CLRAA.
“I mainly focused on my mental and emotional toughness,” the grade 10 athlete said. “My family, school, hometown, and for my future became my sources of inspiration in fighting. I look forward to harder trainings and harder battles.”
Prepared by Jemuel Cruz