Japanese pair Ryunosuke Tsukue and Satomi Watanabe captured the
U19 titles in the latest edition of the HK Junior Open, Tsukue
retaining the title he won last year and Watanaba winning a
repeat of last year's U17 final against Ho Ka Wing.
Japanese pair head HK Junior Open draws
One of the world's most well-established and
prestigious junior events, the HEAD Hong Kong Junior Squash
Open, a World Junior Circuit “Tier 2” and Asian Junior Super
Series “Platinum” event, will be back in Hong Kong once again
With the long-term support of HEAD as the title sponsor for this
yearly event, there will be 551 players coming from 15
different countries and regions including Australia, Canada,
China, Chinese Taipei, Egypt, Greece, India, Japan, Korea, Macau
China, Malaysia, Pakistan, Singapore, Netherlands, United State
of America and hosts Hong Kong China.
the boys under 19 category is the defending champion
Ryunosuke Tsukue from Japan, who will face the challenges
from the local players while the 2015 runner-up Ng Ka Yiu
is the second seed, Ling To Yu Andes and Law Yat Long
Robinson are seeded 3/4.
the girls under 19 event Japan's Satomi Watanabe, last
year’s U17 champion dominates, is top seed ahead of Ho Ka
Wing from Hong Kong, who lost out to Watanobi in last year's
Shahani Tushar from India takes the top spot in the Boys
U17 and be also encountering a strong attack from the home
players, while Ho Ka Hei, Wong Kin Yeung and
Chan Chi Ho are second and the 3/4 seeds.
Lui Hiu Lam will debut in the Girls U17 as top seed to
compete against her compatriots Cheng Nga Ching and
Tang Yan Yi, plus Hamouda Engy from Egypt who take
the next three seeded positions.
The first round to quarter finals matches of all 10 categories
will start at 9:30am from 27 to 29 July in Cornwall Street
Squash and Table Tennis Centre, before moving to Hong
Kong Squash Centre for the semis and finals on 30 and 31
There is free admission for all spectators to support their
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