Heming Hu

Sport: Table Tennis

Event:  Mixed Doubles & Men's Team

University Connection:  Alumni - Bachelor of Science/Education (Secondary) (2019)

Heming started playing table tennis in the garage with his family when he was just six years old, joining his local club in Greater Dandenong soon after. Hu’s first international competition was in Madrid, Spain in 2008, and from there Heming partook in the 2014 and 2018 Commonwealth Games as well as the 2016 Rio Olympics. This year, he will represent Australia in his second Olympic Games in Tokyo.


Key facts...

  • 2016 Olympic Games, Rio 
  • 2018 Commonwealth Games, Gold Coast 
  • 2017 Received a Monash University Full Blue


Date Event Result
Saturday 24th July Mixed Doubles Round of 16
Partnered with Melissa Tapper 
France 4 def. Australia 0
Monday 2nd August Men's Team Round of 16 Japan 3 def. Australia 0 

For full results, click here

Olympic Experience

Check out our wrap up article about Heming's experience at the Tokyo Games here!

Read more

To read more about Heming, check out his Olympic Bio here

Social Media

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