Class of 2003
M.W. Lo


Lo Man Wai, affectionately known to his friends simply as MW, and later in his life as the ‘Grand Old Man of Hong Kong Tennis’, was educated in England as a solicitor before returning to the territory to win the Men’s Doubles with his brother M.K. Lo at the 1920 Hong Kong National Grass Court Championships, further adding the singles title in 1929. In addition, he finished as runner-up to Ng Sze Kwong three years in a row in the Men’s Singles at the Hong Kong National Grass Court Championships from 1920 – 1922. With his sister Enid, he won the Mixed Doubles of the Hong Kong Hardcourt Championships in 1928, 1930 and 1932, thus elevating him to the status as the only Hong Kong player to have won a local major doubles title with both his brother and his sister.