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Hong Kong Open

The Hong Kong Open is the oldest professional sporting event in Hong Kong and in 2013 celebrates its 55th anniversary. The winner of the 2012 edition was Spain's Miguel Angel Jimenez.

Hong Kong Open 2013 live - Miguel Angel Jimenez wins for the fourth time

Well, that's about it from Fanling folks. Another amazing finish to this tournament - it always seems to provide last-hole drama.

It's been a diminished field compared to recent years, but the excitement and the quality of golf has still been top-notch.

Sunday, 8 December, 2013, 6:18pm

Hong Kong Open 2013 - Day 3 live - Stuart Manley shoots 66 to take one-shot lead into final day


-10 Manley

-9 Ormsby, Kapur

-8 Webster, Lara, Jimenez,

-7 Sjoholm, Meesawat, Cejka

Day 3 Scores


7 Dec 2013 - 5:55pm

Jbe Kruger storms into lead after day two of Hong Kong Open

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7 Dec 2013 - 11:47am

Hong Kong Open 2013 - live blog

Final edit - doesn't seem to be anything else to report here, so that's us for day one. Tune in tomorrow for more


Alright, let's wrap it up here.

5 Dec 2013 - 5:52pm

Tennis star Li Na targets new Hong Kong Open next year

The Hong Kong Open will be staged from September 8 next year, a week after the US Open finishes in New York - a fact that will increase the chances of local fans seeing Li in action. The Hong Kong event has been given "International" status by the Women's Tennis Association, which places it one rung below the organisation's top-level "Premier" events, which in turn sit below the grand slams.

1 Feb 2013 - 2:45am

Despite huge growth, Asian golf has problems

Rapid growth has made Asia the big new destination for world golf but there’s an unmistakable sense of gloom as long-standing events face an uncertain future and local talent stalls.

While rich tournaments and even richer stars continue to flood east, grabbing widespread attention and making large sums for the game’s elite, for the home-grown scene it’s a different story entirely.

19 Dec 2012 - 12:50pm

Hong Kong Open keeps Super Series status

The Hong Kong Open will retain its status as a Super Series event for another four years, the World Badminton Federation (WBF) has confirmed.

5 Dec 2012 - 4:07am

Local squash ace Annie Au eyes top four finish at Hong Kong Open

Annie Au Wing-chi will be hoping that history repeats itself this week as she targets a last-four spot - and then maybe a place in the final - in the women's singles at the Cathay Pacific Sun Hung Kai Financial Hong Kong Open.

26 Nov 2012 - 3:53am

Former badminton world champion Wang Lin on her way back to her best

Wang Lin has had a roller-coaster ride in recent years, winning the world championships in 2010 before injuries saw her drop out of the top 60 in the global rankings. But Wang, 23, has picked herself up and believes that starting from scratch has made her mentally tougher.

23 Nov 2012 - 2:11am

Hong Kong confident of keeping Super Series badminton status

The city's badminton officials are confident the Hong Kong Open will remain part of the Super Series, despite fierce competition from other venues to join the world's premier tour.

The World Badminton Federation will decide the 12 hosts for 2014-17 at its congress in Bangkok later this month and Hong Kong will need to beat newcomers to keep its position on the calendar.

22 Nov 2012 - 2:28am