2019 Hong Kong Open champion Lee Cheuk-yiu still needs to work hard to qualify for the Tokyo Olympics. Photo: Kelly Ho2019 Hong Kong Open champion Lee Cheuk-yiu still needs to work hard to qualify for the Tokyo Olympics. Photo: Kelly Ho
2019 Hong Kong Open champion Lee Cheuk-yiu still needs to work hard to qualify for the Tokyo Olympics. Photo: Kelly Ho

Coronavirus: Hong Kong players try to avoid quarantine by training in Singapore en route to Asian Championships in Manila

  • Hong Kong shuttlers were forced to miss the Asian Team Championships in Manila in February because of Philippines quarantine requirements
  • Lee Cheuk-yiu needs rankings points in Manila, which marks the end of the Tokyo Olympics qualifying process

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
2019 Hong Kong Open champion Lee Cheuk-yiu still needs to work hard to qualify for the Tokyo Olympics. Photo: Kelly Ho2019 Hong Kong Open champion Lee Cheuk-yiu still needs to work hard to qualify for the Tokyo Olympics. Photo: Kelly Ho
2019 Hong Kong Open champion Lee Cheuk-yiu still needs to work hard to qualify for the Tokyo Olympics. Photo: Kelly Ho
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