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Annie Au
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Hong Kong

World Ranking:
11
World Series Ranking:
17
Birthplace:
Hong Kong, Hong Kong
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Annie Au Profile
Date of Birth 9th February, 1989
Height (cm) 155
Weight (kg) 57
Residence Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Coach Faheem Khan
Interests Music
Racket Sponsor Harrow

Annie Au is widely renowned to be Hong Kong's greatest ever female player and won her first Tour title in 2007 when she captured the NSC Satellite No1.
Her next titles came the following year as she fought to surprise victories at the Chennai Open, Australian Open and Taiwan Open from low seeded positions.
2010 was a superb year for Au as she lifted four Tour titles and became Hong Kong's highest ever ranked player as she broke into the world's top 15.
A sole title came in 2011 at the Buler Challenge Cup but Au would be forced to wait four years for her next triumph despite runner-up finishes at the KL Open and Buler Challenge Cup again in the intervening years.
The title in question came on home-soil at the HKFC International 25 in May 2015 where she performed superbly to defeat Habiba Mohamed in the final.
Au also reached the final of the Australian Open three months later but bowed out to the experienced Joelle King. She was unable to retain her HKFC International crown the following year, but did record a title triumph in 2016 at the Otters International.
Au went on to win the Texas Open in 2017, beating Australian Donna Urquhart in a five-game battle in the final to win her first title of 2017 and her 13th career title.
Au did not get off to a great start in 2018, losing in the first round of the Tournament of Champions in New York. However, she bounced back to reach the last four of the Macau Open.
She then won her 7th Hong Kong Nationals title in June, before going on to also take victory in the Hong Kong International, her first tournament win of the 2018/19 season.
Au also made the semi finals of the Oracle NetSuite Open, where she lost out to the eventual winner, Sarah-Jane Perry. After reaching her seeding in both the U.S. Open and the Tournament of Champions, Au went on to reach the quarter finals of the PSA World Championships in Chicago. Shen then won the Macau Open, her second success of the 2018-19 campaign.

Results

CIB PSA Women's World Championship 2019-2020 24 Oct - 01 Nov PSA World Championships Event

2019 FS Investments U.S. Open Squash Championships 05 - 12 Oct PSA World Tour Platinum Event

HKFC PSA International Squash Open 2019 10 - 14 Sep PSA Challenger Tour 30 Event

J.P. Morgan China Squash Open 2019 04 - 08 Sep PSA World Tour Gold Event

Allam British Open 2019 20 - 26 May PSA World Tour Platinum Event

El Gouna International Squash Open 2019 17 - 26 Apr PSA World Tour Platinum Event

Macau Open 2019 10 - 14 Apr PSA World Tour Bronze Event

CIB Black Ball Squash Open 2019 11 - 15 Mar PSA World Tour Gold Event

2018-2019 PSA World Championships presented by the Walter Family 23 Feb - 02 Mar PSA World Championships Event

J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions 2019 18 - 24 Jan PSA World Tour Platinum Event

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