Hong Kong gymnast Shek Wai-hung is airborne as he takes part in the men’s vault competition at the Tokyo Games. Photo: DPA Hong Kong gymnast Shek Wai-hung is airborne as he takes part in the men’s vault competition at the Tokyo Games. Photo: DPA
Hong Kong gymnast Shek Wai-hung is airborne as he takes part in the men’s vault competition at the Tokyo Games. Photo: DPA

Tokyo Olympics: Hong Kong reflect on frustrating first day as table tennis and badminton players make strong start

  • Fencer Vivian Kong is unable to challenge for a podium place while gymnast Stone Shek suffers an ankle injury during his second vault
  • Hong Kong’s table tennis mixed doubles pair score a comfortable victory while shuttler Angus Ng wins his opening match in straight games

Topic |   Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games
Hong Kong gymnast Shek Wai-hung is airborne as he takes part in the men’s vault competition at the Tokyo Games. Photo: DPA Hong Kong gymnast Shek Wai-hung is airborne as he takes part in the men’s vault competition at the Tokyo Games. Photo: DPA
Hong Kong gymnast Shek Wai-hung is airborne as he takes part in the men’s vault competition at the Tokyo Games. Photo: DPA
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