Tin Tin Ho
Profile: (3 Times Senior National Champion and Current No 1)
Player name: Tin-Tin Ho
Home town: Paddington
Club: Kingfisher (ENG)
Ranking (England/world): 1 / Top 100
Commonwealth Games: Glasgow, Australia.
Commonwealth Games Medals: Silver x 2. Bronze x 1
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Biography: At just 16-years-old Tin-Tin was be one of the youngest athletes on duty at the 2014 Commonwealth Games.
Despite her age, she has a wealth of experience.
Alongside her record of winning every national title between the ages of Under-11 to Under-21 she has also appeared twice for Europe at the World Cadet Challenge (2012 & 2013), during which time she also reached the European no.1 cadet ranking.
She has already represented England at both a World Championships and European Championships.
She competed for England in the mixed doubles event at the 2014 Commonwealth Games where she won a silver medal with partner Liam Pitchford.
Tin-Tin recieved a letter of congratulations from David Cameron on her achievement in the Commonwealth Games.
Recently in the National Championships 2015 she became the under 21 Champion, Mixed Doubles Champion and Ladies Doubles Champion. Also she was runner up in the ladies singles final with the English senior No 1.
Tin-Tin Ho received the trophy for Young Sports Person of the Year at the inaugural Lycamobile British Ethnic Diversity Sports Awards in 2015.
In March 2016 Tin-Tin Ho won her first singles title and also brought home the Women’s doubles and mixed doubles.PG Mutual National Championships in Hatfield.