|High School:||Diocesan Boys’ School|
Posted the most overall wins with a 17-13 overall recording, including a 13-7 mark in dual action … Won four of six conference matches … Went 6-0 at the No. 6 slot and 3-2 from the No. 5 position … Teamed with Conor Haughey to sit at 10-7 overall in doubles action, including a team-best nine wins in dual play … Overall, posted a 10-6 dual doubles mark.
Posted an overall of 5-2 singles record, including a 3-1 conference record …Saw action at the No. 4 and No. 5 slots … Secured a victory against Boston University’s No. 5 Lucas Bombonatti … Posted a 2-0 record with doubles partner Shaun Chaudhuri.
Put up a singles record of 13-5 and a doubles mark of 11-8 as a sophomore ... Posted wins in his first six matches of the season, including action at the Harvard Chowder Fest and the Ivy League Tournament ... Saw doubles action in five dual matches, collecting a pair of wins with partners Conor Haughey and Alex Steinroeder
Freshman 2012-13 Finished the year with a record of 16-11 in single between tournament and dual matches ... Finished with an 11-4 tournament record which was best on team ... Recorded first victory over Rosa of St. Francis at the USTA BJK NTC College Invitation ... Lost in the finals of the Harvard Halloween Invite to teammate Shaun Chaudhuri ... Recorded a 16-9 doubles record, with one of the victories coming against then No. 11 Mississippi State in the second round of the NCAA Tournament Meet the Freshmen: Kelvin Lam
Played six years on Diocesan Boys’ School tennis team … Two-year team captain … Helped Diocesan Boys’ School to six consecutive Inter-School Tennis Competition Division I team championships … Ranked No. 1 in national junior ranking and No. 3 in national open ranking … Won two singles titles and three doubles titles on ITF World Junior Circuit … Reached doubles final at GB1 Asian Closed Championships in 2011 … Became the second-youngest player from Hong Kong to play in a singles rubber (16 years and 67 days) at 2010 Davis Cup ... Represented Hong Kong at 2009 East Asian Games in men’s doubles.
Also enjoys badminton and traveling.