Tin-Tin Ho

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Tin-Tin Ho
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Personal information
Nationality British
Born (1998-09-03) 3 September 1998 (age 24)
London, England
Playing style Penholder
Highest ranking93 (December 2020)
Current ranking93 [1]
Height1.59 m (5 ft 2+12 in)
Weight50 kg (110 lb; 7.9 st)
Medal record
Representing Flag of England.svg  England
Women's table tennis
Commonwealth Games
Silver medal icon (S initial).svg 2014 Glasgow Mixed doubles
Silver medal icon (S initial).svg 2018 Gold Coast Mixed doubles
Bronze medal icon (B initial).svg 2018 Gold Coast Women's team

Tin-Tin Ho (born 3 September 1998) is an English table tennis player, born and raised in London. [2] She has won multiple national titles, as well as two Commonwealth silver medals, and appeared at the 2020 Summer Olympics.



2014 Commonwealth Games

She competed for England in the mixed doubles event at the 2014 Commonwealth Games, where she won a silver medal with partner Liam Pitchford. [3] [4]

National champion

In March 2016, at the age of 17, she won her first national women's singles title, when she also retained the women's doubles and mixed doubles titles. [5]

2018 Commonwealth Games

At the 2018 Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast, Australia, Ho and Pitchford repeated their silver medal from four years earlier [6] and she was also part of the England squad which won team bronze, alongside Kelly Sibley, Maria Tsaptsinos and Denise Payet. [7]

2020 Summer Olympics

In qualifying for the delayed 2020 Summer Olympics, Ho became the first British woman since Atlanta 1996 to qualify for an Olympic games in the single's table tennis event. [8] She lost in the first round to Manika Batra of India. [9]

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