Coleman Wong wants to be Hong Kong’s first tennis Olympian at 2020 Tokyo Games
Friday, 4 January 2019 Coleman Wong Chak-lam’s first ITF World Tour event ended without success in front of home crowds, but his dream to become the first tennis player representing Hong Kong at the Olympics is just beginning as he leaves for the Australian Open Junior Championships next week. The 14-year-old prodigy, who is already 1.88 metres tall, must reach the top 30 in the junior world rankings by June 2020 to be considered for a place at the Tokyo Games. “My target is to win a junior grand slam...
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