Head Junior Hong Kong Squash Open 2015

August 18, 2015 Updated: December 13, 2015

HONG KONG—The annual HEAD Hong Kong Junior Squash Open 2015 came to a climax on Sunday August 16 after five days of competition. The tournament with 5-divisions for boys and girls (U11, U13, U15, U17, U19) attracted competitors from the Asian region (Japan, Korea, Macau, Malaysia, Pakistan, Singapore, Taiwan and China as well as Hong Kong’s top local players), plus UK, USA, Switzerland and Egypt.

The Japanese number one seed Tsukue Ryunosuke won the boys U19 title beating Ng Ka Yiu of Hong Kong in the final in three straight games. Swiss player Steinmann Dimitri came 3rd winning against Andes Ling To Yu in the play off.

Hong Kong player Choi Uen Shan won the girls U19 title beating Cha Ho Ching also of Hong Kong. Hong Kong player Lam Wing Hei took 3rd place overcoming Jang Yu Jin of Korea on three games.

Robinson Law Yat Long beat fellow Hongkonger Lincoln Chan Wui Ki (HKG) in the U17 Boys final. Swiss player Allinckx Roman overcame Matthew Lai Cheuk Nam in a close match 11-9, 11-6, 13-11 for 3rd place. Satomi Watanabe of Japan was the top player in the Girls U17 beating Ho Ka Wing of Hong Kong..

Egypt took a clean sweep of the top 4 places in the boys U15 event Mostafa Asal finished top followed by Yahya Elnawasany, Mohamed Elshamy and Moustafa Elsirty. In the U15 girls division Lui Hiu Lam of Hong Kong beat Aifa Azman from Malaysia for the number one spot. Jana Shiha and Farida Mohamed of Egypt came 3rd and 4th respectively.

In the U13 Boys event Au Lap Man of Hong Kong won against Egyptian Salaheldin Eltorgman of Egypt to take 1st place, Malik Zeeshan of Pakistan came 3rd and Ethan Tang Pui Lok of Hong Kong was 4th. In the U13 Girls contest Stefanoni Marina of USA took 1st place over Noor Aboulmakarim. Sana Ibrahim of Egypt was 3rd Jessica Keng Jia Hui of Malaysia was 4th.

At U11, Joachim Chuah beat fellow Malaysian Chew Yan Chun to take the top position and two Hong Kong boys Kelvin Lo Chun Yu and Jeason Kwok Chung Yu came 3rd and 4th respectively and in the Girls U11 division Aira Azman of Malaysia beat Sehveetrraa Kumar also of Malaysia to win the title with Toby Tse Yee Lam and Lam Po Ying both of Hong Kong came 3rd and 4th respectively.