Leo Au

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Leo Au Squash player
Nationality: Hong KongHong Kong Hong Kong
Birthday: February 1, 1990
Size: 165 cm
Weight: 60 kg
1st professional season: 2008
Resignation: 2020
Playing hand: Right
Trainer: Tony Choi
Career record: 203: 141
Career title: 11
Career finals: 20th
Best placement: 20 (July 2018)
Sources: official player profiles at PSA and Squashinfo (see web links )

Leo Au Chun-ming (born February 1, 1990 in Hong Kong ) is a former Chinese squash player from Hong Kong.


Leo Au began his professional career in the 2007 season and won eleven titles on the PSA World Tour . He reached his highest place in the world rankings with position 20 in July 2018. At the Asian Games 2010 he won the bronze medal with the Hong Kong team. In 2014 he repeated this success before winning silver with the team in 2018 . In the individual , he won the gold medal after beating Max Lee in the final . With the Hong Kong national team he already took part in world championships in 2009 , 2011 , 2013 , 2017 and 2019 . On January 24, 2015, he and Shawn Delierre set a new record for the longest squash encounter in history in the final game of the Holtrands Gas City Open 2015 with a playing time of 170 minutes. In 2015 he was Asian champion in singles. In the final, he defeated Abdullah Al Muzayen in three sets. Three years later he also won the title with the team. In 2012, 2013, 2015, 2017 and 2018 he became the Hong Kong national champion . He ended his career in June 2020.

Leo Aus older sister Annie Au was also a squash professional.


Web links

Individual evidence

  1. ^ The longest match ever , squashsite.co.uk. Retrieved January 28, 2015.
  2. ^ Leo Au Announces Retirement. In: psaworldtour.com. Professional Squash Association , June 1, 2020, accessed June 2, 2020 .