Each week we talk to HK's brightest and best Name Liu Tsz-ling School Jockey Club Ti-I College Grade Form Six Sport squash Achievements Tsz-ling, 18, is a member of the Hong Kong squash team. She is ranked No 2 in the girls' junior category. Last month, she won the bronze medal in both the girls' individual and team events at the Asian Junior Squash Championships held in Chennai, India. In addition, she came first at the Hong Kong Junior Championships and second at the Hong Kong Junior Open held last year. Soundbite 'This was the first time I took part in the Asian Junior Squash Championships. I'm really happy to win bronze in both the individual and team events. It's a great confidence boost. 'I took up squash when I was in Primary Three. Before that, I tried out tennis. At that time, I loved all ball games. I decided to switch to squash after attending a squash carnival because it is an indoor sport. I don't have to play under the hot sun, and the court is air-conditioned. 'I train five days a week, which leaves me with little time for entertainment. But it's worth the effort because I really like the feeling of winning. Every time I play a good shot and win a point, I'm really satisfied. 'After coming back from India, I had to catch up with my studies. Besides, I have to prepare for the World Junior Squash Championships which will be held next summer.' From her coach 'Tsz-ling listens to the coaches' opinions and follows their instructions,' said Tim Yan Tsz-keung. 'But sometimes she is not flexible enough during competitions. She is still a student and her training time is limited. She has great potential if she turns professional.' Ambitions 'Hong Kong will host the East Asian Games at the end of this year. It's a great event and I would try my very best in the qualifying rounds. It would be a great honour if I could take part in the competition,' Tsz-ling said.