China No 1  Li Haotong came close to winning the Shenzhen Open in April, but lost to Thailand's Kiradech Aphibarnrat in a sudden-death play-off. Photos: SCMP PicturesChina No 1  Li Haotong came close to winning the Shenzhen Open in April, but lost to Thailand's Kiradech Aphibarnrat in a sudden-death play-off. Photos: SCMP Pictures
China No 1 Li Haotong came close to winning the Shenzhen Open in April, but lost to Thailand's Kiradech Aphibarnrat in a sudden-death play-off. Photos: SCMP Pictures

China's Li Haotong hopes to use Hong Kong Open as springboard to hit the big time

China No 1 was just edged in April's Shenzhen Open, a European Tour event, and wants to do better

Topic |   UBS Hong Kong Open 2015
China No 1  Li Haotong came close to winning the Shenzhen Open in April, but lost to Thailand's Kiradech Aphibarnrat in a sudden-death play-off. Photos: SCMP PicturesChina No 1  Li Haotong came close to winning the Shenzhen Open in April, but lost to Thailand's Kiradech Aphibarnrat in a sudden-death play-off. Photos: SCMP Pictures
China No 1 Li Haotong came close to winning the Shenzhen Open in April, but lost to Thailand's Kiradech Aphibarnrat in a sudden-death play-off. Photos: SCMP Pictures
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