Name Lee Wai-ki School Kiangsu-Chekiang College (Sha Tin) Grade Form Four Sport Table tennis Achievements Wai-ki, 16, led his school team to third place in the 2009 Sha Tin & Sai Kung Secondary Schools Area Committee Inter-school Table Tennis Competition. He won the Best Player and the Star of Tomorrow awards at the Hang Seng Table Tennis Academy 2008 graduation ceremony. Soundbite 'I first played table tennis when I was in Primary Two. Table tennis is very popular in my school. There are tables on every floor of the school building,' said Wai-ki. 'While I was playing with my friends, a teacher spotted my potential and enrolled me into the school team to receive formal training. 'To further enhance my skills, I have also hired a private coach. I usually practise table tennis four to five days a week. I will train every day of the week if there are tournaments coming up. However, after I was promoted to Form Four, schoolwork has become much heavier and now I only play once a week.' 'Table tennis is really important to me so I will never give it up. After sitting the HKCEE [next year], I will spend more time on the sport. I love table tennis because it is a fast-paced game. I also enjoy the feeling of having to overcome all the difficulties on my own to win a game.' From his coach 'Wu is a hard-working, well-disciplined player. Every time at practice, he will try to do his best,' said coach Mok Ka-sha. 'He is a polite and humble young man who is easy to coach. At the moment, he needs to focus more on his studies and has less time to practise, but I think he will be fine. He needs to improve his serving skills and try to play his own brand of table tennis.' Ambition 'I hope to become the top junior player in Hong Kong and join the Hong Kong junior squad,' said Wai-ki.