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Hong Kong Tennis Champions Cup 2017

Date: Saturday, 9 December 2017 to Sunday, 10 December 2017

Time: All Day

All set for another serving of incredible tennis action with international flavour? Already embraced as a popular tradition at the Club, this annual tennis tournament returns to ensure a spectacular culmination to 2017. There is even more excitement in store as elite duos flying in from India, China, Japan and Taiwan are ready to challenge our local tennis stars for the title of champion.

Be sure to get a front view to witness all the blazing smashes and aces unfolding on Saturday, 9 December and Sunday, 10 December.

Tournament Schedule

Date Time Match
Saturday, 9 December Starting from 9:00am Men’s Doubles
Sunday, 10 December 10:00am Men’s Doubles Semi Final #1
  11:30am Men’s Doubles Semi Final #2
  2:00pm Men’s Doubles Playoff
  3:30pm  Men’s Doubles Final
  5:00pm Prize Presentation & Cocktail

 

For enquiries, please contact Sports & Recreation on 2335 3878

 

 

Players’ Profile

Jack Wong (Hong Kong)

  • Highest ATP Ranking: 778 (Doubles), 800 (Singles)
  • Current Hong Kong No. 1 in both Singles and Doubles

Recent Results:

  • 2017 HK National Singles Champion
  • 2017 SCAA Singles & Doubles Champion
  • 2016 CRC Open Singles Champion


Kevin Wong (Hong Kong)

  • Highest ATP Ranking: 962 (Doubles), 1062 (Singles)
  • Current Hong Kong No. 2 in Singles

Recent Results:

  • 2017 5th All Indoor & Martial Arts Games Men's Doubles Bronze Medal
  • 2017 World University Games Men's Doubles Bronze Medal
  • 2017 SCAA Doubles Runners-up 
  • Played for the University of Michigan & ranked as No. 4 in NCAA Division 1 Doubles


Brian Yeung (Hong Kong)

• Highest & Current ATP Ranking: 805 (Doubles) (September 2016)
• Highest National Ranking: 1

Recent Results:
• 2017 World University Games Men’s Doubles Bronze Medal
• 2017, 2013 All China Games Men’s Doubles 5th place
• 2 ITF Futures Doubles Titles
• 6 ITF Junior Doubles Titles
• Junior Australian Open Doubles Quarter Finals


Cheng-peng Hsieh (Taiwan)

• Highest ATP Ranking: 100 (Doubles) (September 2016)
• Current Ranking: 123

Recent Results:
• 2017 China International Challenger Winner
• 2017 Busan Open Challenger Winner
• 2017 Fila Seoul Open Winner
• 2016 Australian Open R64 – Doubles (lost to Daniel Nestor/ Radeck Stepanek)
• 2016 Shanghai Challenger Doubles Winner
• 2016 Gimcheon Open Challenger Doubles Winner
• 2016 Taiwan Challenger Doubles Winner
• 2016 China F4 Doubles Winner


Yu-hsiou Hsu (Taiwan)

• Highest ATP Ranking: 1054 (Singles)
• Current Ranking: 1027

Recent Results:
• 2017 Australian Open Junior Boys Doubles Champion
• 2017 Wimbledon Junior Boys Doubles Champion
• 2017 US Open Junior Boys Doubles Champion


Hsien-yin Peng (Taiwan)

• Highest ATP Ranking: 99 (Doubles) (April 2015)
• Current Ranking: 115

Recent Results:
• 2017 Wimbledon Doubles Round of 64
• 2017 China International Challenger Winner
• 2017 Busan Open Challenger Winner
• 2017 Fila Seoul Open Winner
• 2016 Poland Poznan Open Challenger Doubles Winner
• 2016 China F9 Doubles Winner
• 2016 China F4 Doubles Winner


Mao-xin Gong (China)

• Highest ATP Ranking: 86
• Current Ranking: 154

Recent Results:
• 2017 China Games Doubles Champion
• 2017, 2013, 2009, 2005 China Games Team Champion
• 2016, 2013 China Open Quarter Finals
• 2015 Shenzhen Open Semi Finals
• 6 times ATP Challenger Champion


Ze Zhang (China)

• Highest ATP Ranking: 142 (Singles)

Recent Results:
• 2017 All China Games Doubles Champion
• 2014 China Open Quarter Finals


Saketh Myneni (India)

• Highest ATP Ranking: 118 (Doubles)

Recent Results:
• 2016 US OPEN – qualified into the main draw (Singles) losing a close 5 set match 657 64 62 26 57 to #49 Jiri Vesely
• 2016 China International Nanjing Challenger (Doubles)
• 2014 Asian Games Mixed Doubles Gold Medallist
• 2014 Asian Games Men’s Doubles Silver Medallist

 

Christopher Rungkat (Indonesia)

  • Highest & Current ATP Ranking: 119

Recent Results:

  • 2017 Dallas Challenger Finalist
  • 2017 Belem Open, Lisbon ATP Challenger Winner
  • 2017 Nielsen pro Championship Winnetka  ATP Challenger Winner
  • 2014 Asian Games Indonesia Representative
  • 2008 French Open Boy’s Doubles Champion
  • 2008 U.S. Open Boy’s Doubles Finalist


Masato Shiga (Japan)

• Highest ATP Ranking: 691 (Doubles)
• Current Ranking: 682
• 2015, 2013 Universiade Japan Representative 
• 2013 East Asian Games Japan Representative 

Recent Results:
• 2017 China F6 Futures Doubles
• 2017 Hong Kong F2 Futures Doubles
• 2016 Vietnam F7 Futures Singles Champion
• 2014 Japan F4 Futures Singles Champion
• 2013 Japan F4 Futures Doubles


Kaito Uesugi (Japan)

• Highest ATP Ranking: 662 (Doubles)
• Current Ranking: 833
• 2017 Universiade Mixed Doubles Gold Medallist
                               Men’s Doubles Bronze Medallist
                               Men’s Team Silver Medallist
• 2015 Universiade Men’s Doubles Bronze Medallist

Recent Results:
• 2017 Japan F2 Futures Doubles Champion