Tracy (Chunyi) Feng (table tennis) featured at her second Commonwealth Games at Birmingham, after she made her debut on the Gold Coast in 2018. Tracy and Yangzi Liu lost their quarter final to the eventual gold medallists in the women’s doubles. She was also part of the women’s team that secured the bronze medal. Born in Shanghai, China, Tracy started playing table tennis aged seven after her parents thought she needed exercise. At the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games, Tracy was part of the Australian team that finished fourth and was knocked out of the women’s singles in the round of 16, losing to eventual gold medallist Manika Batra of India. Among her many successes, she claimed the 2019 NSW women’s singles title and won the final spot on the women’s team for Birmingham after going through the final qualification tournament undefeated. Tracy works as an accountant after studying at Macquarie University in Sydney.
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Date of Birth
Gold Coast, 2018
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