Annie Au Wing-chi is a squash player from Hong Kong. She reached an all-time career high of No.6 in the world rankings in 2012 and won the Asian Championships in 2013, the first Hong Kong player to do so.
The 18-year-old shows her potential by beating senior players on her way to winning the home tournament, while Yip Tsz-fung snatches the men’s title.
A group of aspiring players, headed by world number 44 Ho Tze-lok, are competing in this week’s Chairman Cup in the first local event in over a year.
Asian Games gold medallists latest top Hong Kong players to retire, leaving a huge void in the team used to winning.
Hong Kong squash star Annie Au retires at 31 after glittering career, including Asian Games gold and 17 world tour titles.
Newly crowned Asian champion Annie Au Wing-chi insists age won't prevent her from fulfilling her Olympic dream should squash be selected for the 2020 Games later this year.