. She is a doubles specialist and is a left-handed penhold attacker. Recently Annie and her respective team had a lot of success as overall winners at the 2014 Zen-noh World Table Tennis Championships in Tokyo, Japan. Annie recently returned to the sport after the birth of her first child. 

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Annie's Games History

  • Commonwealth Games Glasgow 2014

    • Table Tennis (Doubles - Women) Second Round: 0-3 Placed 17 of 40
    • Table Tennis (Singles - Women) First Round: 4-0 Group 6 - Game 2: 4-2 Group 6 - Game 3: 4-0 Second Round: 0-4 Placed 17 of 86
    • Table Tennis (Team - Women) Quarter-finals: 0-3 First Round: 3-0 Group 5 Match 5: 3-0 Group 5 Match 3: 3-2 Group 5 Match 1: 3-0 Placed 5 of 22
    • Table Tennis (Doubles - Mixed) Second Round: 2-3 Placed 33 of 90
  • Commonwealth Games Delhi 2010

    • Table Tennis (Doubles - Women) Round 2: 3-0 Quarter Final: Semi Final: Semi Final: 3rd and 4th: Final: Placed 9 of 32
    • Table Tennis (Singles - Women) Qualifying: 4-0 Qualifying: 4-0 Round 1: Round 2: 0-4 Round 3: Quarter Final: Quarter Final: Semi Final: Semi Final: 3rd and 4th: Final: Qualifying : Placed 17 of 81
    • Table Tennis (Team - Women) Round 1: 3-0 Round 2: 3-2 Round 3: Round 4: 3-0 Quarter Final: 2-3 Quarter Final: Classification Games: Semi Final: Classification Games: Classification Games: 3-1 3rd and 4th: Final: Placed 5 of 16
  • Commonwealth Games Melbourne 2006

    • Table Tennis (Doubles - Women) Round 1: 3-2 Round 2: 3-0 Quarter Final: 3-2 Semi Final: 0-3 Final: 2-3 Placed 4 of 26
    • Table Tennis (Singles - Women) Round 1: 4-0 Round 3: 3-4 Placed 33 of 58
    • Table Tennis (Team - Women) Pool Games: 0-3 Pool Games: 3-0 Pool Games: 2-3 Classification Matches: 2-3 Placed 7 of 16
    • Table Tennis (Doubles - Mixed) Round 1: 0-3 Placed 33 of 58