Eudice Chong (born 22 April 1996) is a professional tennis player from Hong Kong. Chong embarked on a career as a full-time touring professional in June 2018 after she graduated from Division III Wesleyan University in Connecticut where she became the first player in NCAA history to win four consecutive national singles titles at any division of collegiate tennis, man or woman.
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Eudice Chong (25) is a tennis player from Hong Kong, China who has a career-high doubles ranking of No. 153. Click here for a full player profile.
Eudice Chong Grabs ITA National Senior Player of the Year Accolades at NCAA Banquet Wesleyan Tennis Ready for Competition at NCAA Division III Individual Championships Historic Women's Tennis Season Ends in Elite Eight as Cardinals Fall to Middlebury, 5-2
Eudice Chong wins her first Hong Kong Championships singles title With top player Zheng Zhuai opting out of the Games for the US Open, Wang Qiang, of Tianjin, headlines the list.
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Eudice Chong has no more domestic competitions after playing her only match in the CRC Elite Invitational in early July before pulling out of the tournament with injury. Photo: Edmond So Hong Kong...
On May 26 Eudice Chong ’18, a member of the Wesleyan tennis team, did something that no other collegiate tennis player—in any division—had done before: She won her fourth consecutive National Collegiate Athletic Association Singles Championship.
At the age of 23, Eudice Chong is at the top of her game—quite literally. The Hong Kong tennis player became Hong Kong’s top female player and the world’s 378th in May 2019, according to the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA), and is working on rising even higher up the ranks in 2020.