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Height 177cm

Weight 73kg

Birthplace Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Racket sponsor Salming

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Max Lee

DOB 9 January 1988

CountryHong Kong

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Flag (england)P. Rooney

Cannon Kirk Irish Squash Open 2022 - Dublin, Ireland

20 APR      Round 2

  • 0-3
  • 9-11
  • 4-11
  • 9-11

Flag (es)I. Perez

Cannon Kirk Irish Squash Open 2022 - Dublin, Ireland

19 APR      Round 1

  • 3-2
  • 4-11
  • 6-11
  • 11-7
  • 11-1
  • 11-6

Flag (hk)T. Lau

2021-2022 Oxford Properties Canadian Open - Presented by AirSprint Private Aviation - Calgary, Canada

13 APR      Quarter final

  • 2-3
  • 13-11
  • 11-7
  • 4-11
  • 12-14
  • 5-11

Flag (hk)H. Lam

2021-2022 Oxford Properties Canadian Open - Presented by AirSprint Private Aviation - Calgary, Canada

12 APR      Round 2

  • 3-0
  • 11-4
  • 11-4
  • 11-8

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2021-2022 Oxford Properties Canadian Open - Presented by AirSprint Private Aviation - Calgary, Canada

11 JAN      Round 1

  • 0-0

Flag (england)C. Lee

E.M. Noll Classic 2022 - Philadelphia, United States

5 FEB      Semi final

  • 0-3
  • 7-11
  • 5-11
  • 3-11

Flag (hk)H. Leung

E.M. Noll Classic 2022 - Philadelphia, United States

4 FEB      Quarter final

  • 3-1
  • 18-16
  • 11-6
  • 8-11
  • 12-10

Flag (hk)C. Wong

E.M. Noll Classic 2022 - Philadelphia, United States

3 FEB      Round 1

  • 3-0
  • 11-9
  • 11-7
  • 11-9

Flag (hk)T. Lau

QSF 4 2021 - Doha, Qatar

27 DEC      Quarter final

  • 1-3
  • 11-4
  • 10-12
  • 8-11
  • 7-11

Player BIO

Max Lee Profile
Date of Birth 9th January, 1988
Height (cm) 177
Weight (kg) 73
Residence Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Coach Faheem Khan
Interests Squash
Racket Sponsor Salming
Shoe Sponsor Salming
String Sponsor Salming
Clothing Sponsor Salming

Max Lee is Hong Kong’s foremost player on the PSA World Tour and has proven to be a dangerous opponent ever since he won his first PSA World Tour title at 2008’s Buler Squash Challenge Cup.
He steadily rose up the world rankings in the intervening years and shocked number four seed Karim Darwish in 2014’s Canary Wharf Classic, defeating the World No.8 in the first round before being knocked out by Miguel Angel Rodriguez.
Lee was successful on home-soil at the HKFC International in May 2014, winning his first PSA M25 title. As number four seed he rose to the final against Ong Beng Hee and won a dramatic five-game-thriller. He followed that up with a victory at the Victorian Open two months later, seeing off Nafiizwan Adnan in a comfortable 3-0 final win.
December 2014 saw Lee break into the top twenty in the world rankings for the first time while he stormed to the HKFC International 25 crown on home-soil in May 2015 with a dominant win over Saurav Ghosal in the showpiece event. 2015 was a fruitful year for Lee, rising in to the world’s top 15 in October thanks largely to his victory at the Macau Open a month previously.
Lee remained in the world’s top 20 for the duration of the 2016 and also reach the final of the Macau Open for a second successive year, but was forced to pull out of his final clash with Selby after he failed to recover from a brutal semi-final fixture.
The Hong Kong No.1 was unable to reach the last four of any tournament he played at in 2017, but bounced back impressively to start 2018 with two consecutive victories. He beat Ben Coleman in the final of the Three Rivers Capital Pittsburgh Open to start the year, before following it up with a win at the Canada Cup, beating Ryan Cuskelly in the final.
Lee then made the semis of the Macau Open again, before a third triumph of 2018 came in the HKFC International. The Hong Kong star then reached the last 16 of the Tournament of Champions, Canary Wharf Classic and Grasshopper Cup in 2019, before reaching the quarter finals of the Macau Open that same year.
The Hongkonger also made it to the last 16 of the HKFC PSA International Squash Open and the Malaysian Open the year, before featuring just three times on Tour in 2020.
Lee returned to the Tour at the start of 2021, following its enforced suspension due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and he reached the semi-finals of the Chairman Cup 2 on his first outing before then making it to the last eight of the Hong Kong Football Club PSA. He also reached the quarters of the CAS - Serena Hotels / Combaxx International Squash Championships, Capra Baerum Open and QSF 4 that year.

Results

Cannon Kirk Irish Squash Open 2022 19 - 23 Apr PSA Challenger Tour 30 Event

2021-2022 Oxford Properties Canadian Open - Presented by AirSprint Private Aviation 11 - 15 Apr PSA Challenger Tour 10 Event

Odense Open 2022 01 - 05 Mar PSA Challenger Tour 10 Event

E.M. Noll Classic 2022 03 - 06 Feb PSA Challenger Tour 5 Event

QSF 4 2021 26 - 29 Dec PSA Challenger Tour 10 Event

Malaysian Open Squash Championships 2021 23 - 27 Nov PSA World Tour Bronze Event

London Open 2021 17 - 21 Nov PSA Challenger Tour 20 Event

Capra Baerum Open 2021 11 - 14 Nov PSA Challenger Tour 10 Event

15th CNS International Squash Championship 2021 02 - 06 Nov PSA Challenger Tour 20 Event

HSC Open 2021 - Presented by Assurance Financial 27 - 31 Oct PSA Challenger Tour 20 Event

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Career Wins / Losses

56.3Win Ratio

Won 233

Lost 181

Retired 2

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Player Details

Max Lee Statistics
Years 15
Total Tournaments Played 196
Total Matches Played 414
Matches Won 233
Matches Lost 181
Finals 19
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