Eudice Chong playing at the 2018 Hong Kong Open against Christina McHale of the US in Victoria Park. Photo: Felix Wong

Hong Kong’s new number one tennis ace Eudice Chong ready to take reins and guide new generation

  • Chong reflects on first year since turning pro, which includes becoming the city’s top-ranked women’s singles player
  • The 23-year-old Wesleyan alumni targets singles and doubles grand slam event qualification
Topic |   WTA (Women's Tennis Association)

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Eudice Chong playing at the 2018 Hong Kong Open against Christina McHale of the US in Victoria Park. Photo: Felix Wong
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Andrew McNicol

Andrew McNicol

Andrew McNicol is a sports writer with a particular interest in football, rugby and mixed martial arts. He also enjoys covering local athletes and niche sports in the region. He first joined the Post as a sub-editor for Young Post before moving to the Sport desk.