|Tie Ya Na|
Tie in 2016
|Nationality||Hong Kong, China|
|Born|| 13 May 1979 |
|Playing style||Right-handed, shakehand grip|
|Highest ranking||3 (July 2006)|
|Current ranking||16 (December 2016)|
|Height||1.615 m (5 ft 4 in)|
|Weight||51.3 kg (113 lb; 8.08 st)|
Tie Ya Na or Tie Yana (Chinese :帖雅娜; pinyin :Tiē Yǎnà; Sidney Lau :tip3 nga5 noh5; born 13 May 1979) is a table tennis player from Hong Kong, China who won two silver medals at the 2006 Asian Games in the singles and doubles competitions.
Tie played for China in the Universiade before emigrating to Hong Kong in 2002.
She is married to Tang Peng, another table tennis player representing Hong Kong.
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