For former Hong Kong women’s tennis number one Venise Chan Wing-yau, Covid-19 has only reinforced her life philosophy of never settling and always exploring.The 31-year-old stepped away from the sport in 2013 because of injury after career highlights that included being Asia’s number two junior, Hong Kong’s youngest women’s singles title winner, and the first player since Tong Ka-po to win the CRC Open’s singles, doubles and mixed doubles. She has kept busy with her full-time finance gig,…



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