Au Chi-wai

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Au Chi-wai
Born (1969-11-19) November 19, 1969 (age 47)
Hong Kong
Sport country  HKG
Career winnings £2,600[1]
Highest break 147
Century breaks 7
Best ranking finish Wildcard round (2010 China Open)
Au Chi-wai
Medal record
Representing  Hong Kong
Men's Snooker
Asian Games
Silver medal – second place 2002 Busan Doubles

Au Chi-wai (Chinese: 區志偉; pinyin: Ōu Zhì Wěi, sometimes referred to as Au Chi Wai or Chi-wai Au in Western media), is an amateur snooker and pool player from Hong Kong. In snooker, he won (with Marco Fu), the silver medal in the snooker doubles event at the 2002 Asian Games in Busan. Au was also the second runner-up in the 2009 Asian Snooker Championships.[2] In pool, he was the first runner-up in the 2006 Asian 9-Ball Challenge, in Bangkok, on the WPA Asian 9-Ball Tour.[3]

Au's highest snooker break in competition is 147.[4]

Top finishes[edit]

  • First runner-up - 2002 East Asian Games - Busan (doubles, with Marco Fu)[2]
  • First runner-up - 2006 Asian Snooker Challenge (team)[5]
  • First runner-up - 2009 Asian 9-Ball Challenge (Bangkok)[3]
  • First runner-up - 2004 Asian Snooker Challenge (team)[4]
  • Second runner-up - 2009 Asian Snooker Championship


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