The 17-year-old from Paddington, west London, is currently ranked No 2 in the country and says she will continue to patiently work away in a bid to eventually become Britain’s best table tennis player.
“I’m really happy with how my career has progressed so far,” Ho told Sky Sports.
“I hope I can win the nationals this year and I also want to play well at this year’s European Championships.
“At the moment I am ranked as the second best women’s player in the country and I definitely want to get to the number one spot one day.
“I’m confident I can do it. Kelly Sibley is there at the moment and she is really good. She’s older than me and she has lots of experience.
“I would also like to qualify for the Olympics at some stage. That will be a tough ask but if I can’t get there this year then I want to make sure I get there in 2020.
“The qualifiers for Rio are in April. I know they [Table Tennis England] will send Kelly there but I’m not sure at the moment if I’ll also get a chance to go there and try and qualify. I’ll see what happens.”