Angela Yu (badminton) and younger brother Jack Yu carried on a family tradition in badminton when they made their Commonwealth Games debuts in Birmingham. Their mother and coach He Tian (Rosie) Tang won women’s doubles bronze at the 2010 Games in Delhi after previously winning Olympic bronze for China in Atlanta in 1996, while their father Yu Qi played for the Chinese national team before coming to Australia to coach the national team. In Birmingham, Angela reached the round of 16 in both the women’s doubles with Kaitlyn Ea and mixed doubles with Hoang (Tran) Pham. In both 2018 and 2019, Angela was part of the Badminton Australia Junior National Squad that played at the World Junior Championships. In 2022, she claimed bronze in the mixed doubles with Mitchell Wheeler at the Oceania Championships after losing their semi-final to New Zealand’s Oliver Leydon-Davis and Anona Pak in the semis. She was also part of Australia’s Uber Cup team. Angela plays out of the Dragon Badminton Club in Brisbane.
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