Men & Women $6k PSA Challengers, 05-08 May, Hong Kong
The second edition of the Chairman Cup is under way at Hong Kong Squash Centre.
The event will be the first HK squash competition that will be open to the public since the outbreak of COVID-19, with up to 50 spectators allowed.
 Chan Sin Yuk (Hkg) 3-0  Vanessa Chu (Hkg) 11-6, 13-11, 11-9 (34m)
 Yip Tsz Fung (Hkg) 3-1  Tsz Kwan Lau (Hkg) 11-9, 9-11, 11-8, 11-6 (40m)
 Vanessa Chu (Hkg) 3-2  Liu Tsz-Ling (Hkg) 3-11, 15-13, 9-11, 11-6, 11-6 (44m)
 Chan Sin Yuk (Hkg) 3-0  Lee Ka Yi (Hkg) 11-4, 11-8, 11-2 (23m)
 Yip Tsz Fung (Hkg) 3-0  Henry Leung (Hkg) 11-8, 11-7, 11-7 (39m)
 Tsz Kwan Lau (Hkg) 3-0  Max Lee (Hkg) 16-14, 11-8, 12-10 (35m)
Seeds suffer in semi-finals
It was a day of upsets as HK Squash Centre with both women’s top seeds beaten, and men’s second seed Max Lee also ousted.
The top four men’s seeds all won through to the semis, but there were upsets in the women’s draw as Vanessa Chui ousted third seed Tong Tsz-Wing, and Chan Sin Yok got the better of second seed Ho Tze Lok.
Round One – on the traditional courts – saw the top seeds all safely through to the quarters, with Andes Ling and Toby Tse joining seven seeds in the men’s and women’s draws.
Chairman Cup Second Edition
The second edition of the Chairman Cup takes place in early May at Hong Kong Squash Centre.
The men’s event is headed by Yip Tsz Fung, with Max Lee making a welcome return to action as second seed. Chi Him Wong, winner of the first edition, is seeded five with Henry Leung and Tsz Kwan Lau the third and fourth seeds.
Liu Tsz-Ling, who won the first event as second seed, is top seed this time, swapping seedings with runner-up Ho Tze-Lok, with Tong Tsz-Wing and Lee Ka Yi making up the top four seeds.
The event will be the first HK squash competition that will be open to the public since the outbreak of COVID-19.
To balance the safety of players and public health and the on-site participation of the event audiences, this tournament will welcome up to 50 spectators from the quarter-finals onward (6/7/8 May). Interested spectators can register online for their preferred day(s) on the HK Squash site.