Australia’s no.1 ranked women’s player since 2018, Min Hyung Jee (table tennis) made her Commonwealth Games debut in Birmingham where she won silver in the women’s doubles with Jian Fang Lay and was part of the women’s team that secured the bronze medal. She narrowly missed a third medal when she Nicholas Lum lost the bronze-medal playoff in the mixed doubles. She also lost in the round of 16 of the women’s singles to defending champion Manika Batra. Korean-born Min initially came to Australia on a working holiday in 2016, taking a break from the game because she was exhausted. She later rediscovered her love for the sport after visiting a local club in Brisbane and went on to win the Australian title in 2018 and 2019. She gained her Australian citizenship in late 2021 and has been unbeaten at senior level in Australia since 2017. The former Korean national player started playing when she was just 10 years old.
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