Lee Cheuk-yiu, the 2019 Hong Kong Open singles champion, still has a chance to join teammate Angus Ng Ka-long to the 2020 Tokyo after an extended Olympic qualifying period announced. Photo: Kelly HoLee Cheuk-yiu, the 2019 Hong Kong Open singles champion, still has a chance to join teammate Angus Ng Ka-long to the 2020 Tokyo after an extended Olympic qualifying period announced. Photo: Kelly Ho
Lee Cheuk-yiu, the 2019 Hong Kong Open singles champion, still has a chance to join teammate Angus Ng Ka-long to the 2020 Tokyo after an extended Olympic qualifying period announced. Photo: Kelly Ho

Pandemic hands Hong Kong shuttlers second shot at Tokyo qualification as Asia Team Championships included in extended Olympic qualifiers

  • Hong Kong and China failed to take part this year after travel restrictions by hosts Philippines
  • World body adds tournaments from week 1 to 17 next year into qualifiers
Topic |   Badminton World Federation (BWF)
Lee Cheuk-yiu, the 2019 Hong Kong Open singles champion, still has a chance to join teammate Angus Ng Ka-long to the 2020 Tokyo after an extended Olympic qualifying period announced. Photo: Kelly HoLee Cheuk-yiu, the 2019 Hong Kong Open singles champion, still has a chance to join teammate Angus Ng Ka-long to the 2020 Tokyo after an extended Olympic qualifying period announced. Photo: Kelly Ho
Lee Cheuk-yiu, the 2019 Hong Kong Open singles champion, still has a chance to join teammate Angus Ng Ka-long to the 2020 Tokyo after an extended Olympic qualifying period announced. Photo: Kelly Ho
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