Annie Au

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Annie Au Squash player
Annie Au
Annie Au 2009
Nationality: Hong KongHong Kong Hong Kong
Birthday: February 9, 1989
Size: 155 cm
Weight: 57 kg
1st professional season: 2004
Resignation: 2020
Playing hand: Left
Trainer: Tony Choi
Career record: 244: 140
Career title: 17th
Career finals: 27
Best placement: 6 (May 2012)
Sources: official player profiles at PSA and Squashinfo (see web links )

Annie Au Wing-chi ( Chinese  歐 詠 芝 ; born February 9, 1989 in Hong Kong ) is a former Chinese squash player from Hong Kong.


Annie Au began her professional career in the 2004 season, winning 17 titles on the WSA World Tour . She reached her highest place in the world rankings with position six in May 2012. At the Asian Games 2010 she won the silver medal in singles after a final defeat against the Malaysian Nicol David . With the Hong Kong team , she won another silver medal in the team competition. With this she was also Asian champion in the same year and again in 2018 . In 2013, Annie Au was also Asian champion. In 2014 she won the bronze medals in the individual and with the team at the Asian Games . At the 2018 Asian Games , she won the gold medal with the team . With the Hong Kong national team, she took part in the World Cup in 2004 , 2006 , 2008 , 2012 , 2014 , 2016 and 2018 . Between 2009 and 2018 she became the Hong Kong champion seven times . She ended her career in March 2020.

Annie Aus younger brother Leo Au was also a professional squash player.


Web links

Individual evidence

  1. ^ Annie Au Announces Retirement from Professional Squash. In: Professional Squash Association , March 17, 2020, accessed March 17, 2020 .