Annie Au celebrates after winning her match for Hong Kong against India’s Joshana Chinappa in the Jakarta Asian Games 2018 women’s team final. Photo: EPA Annie Au celebrates after winning her match for Hong Kong against India’s Joshana Chinappa in the Jakarta Asian Games 2018 women’s team final. Photo: EPA
Annie Au celebrates after winning her match for Hong Kong against India’s Joshana Chinappa in the Jakarta Asian Games 2018 women’s team final. Photo: EPA
Chan Kin-wa
Opinion

Opinion

Chan Kin-wa

Squash queen Annie Au joins the police as Hong Kong sport loses one of its few world-class stars

  • Au, the only squash player from Hong Kong who has broken into the world’s top 10, retired early this year at 31
  • The Asian Games gold medallist still had much to offer had she chosen to stay in the sport

Annie Au celebrates after winning her match for Hong Kong against India’s Joshana Chinappa in the Jakarta Asian Games 2018 women’s team final. Photo: EPA Annie Au celebrates after winning her match for Hong Kong against India’s Joshana Chinappa in the Jakarta Asian Games 2018 women’s team final. Photo: EPA
Annie Au celebrates after winning her match for Hong Kong against India’s Joshana Chinappa in the Jakarta Asian Games 2018 women’s team final. Photo: EPA
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