Annie Au (middle) and Joey Chan (right) shed tears of joy after winning the women’s team gold medal at the 2018 Asian Games. Au and Chan have now retired from the sport with Ho Tze-lok now leading the team. Photo: AP Annie Au (middle) and Joey Chan (right) shed tears of joy after winning the women’s team gold medal at the 2018 Asian Games. Au and Chan have now retired from the sport with Ho Tze-lok now leading the team. Photo: AP
Annie Au (middle) and Joey Chan (right) shed tears of joy after winning the women’s team gold medal at the 2018 Asian Games. Au and Chan have now retired from the sport with Ho Tze-lok now leading the team. Photo: AP

Hong Kong squash stars Leo Au and Joey Chan quit – will team lose its grip as a regional power?

  • Asian Games gold medallists announce their retirements as they start a new chapter in their life away from the sport
  • Former head coach Tony Choi remains confident a new generation players will take up the baton and be ready for the next Games in 2022

Topic |   Hong Kong Sports Institute
Annie Au (middle) and Joey Chan (right) shed tears of joy after winning the women’s team gold medal at the 2018 Asian Games. Au and Chan have now retired from the sport with Ho Tze-lok now leading the team. Photo: AP Annie Au (middle) and Joey Chan (right) shed tears of joy after winning the women’s team gold medal at the 2018 Asian Games. Au and Chan have now retired from the sport with Ho Tze-lok now leading the team. Photo: AP
Annie Au (middle) and Joey Chan (right) shed tears of joy after winning the women’s team gold medal at the 2018 Asian Games. Au and Chan have now retired from the sport with Ho Tze-lok now leading the team. Photo: AP
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