Hong Kong number one Angus Ng Ka-long is still waiting to play in his first tournament since the All England Open in March. Photo: AFP Hong Kong number one Angus Ng Ka-long is still waiting to play in his first tournament since the All England Open in March. Photo: AFP
Hong Kong number one Angus Ng Ka-long is still waiting to play in his first tournament since the All England Open in March. Photo: AFP

More frustration for Hong Kong badminton players as September events cancelled because of pandemic

  • Hong Kong team have no choice but to continue training after BWF considers it too early to restart tournaments
  • Governing body says safety comes first as world tour put on hold for the second time since March

Topic |   Badminton World Federation (BWF)
Hong Kong number one Angus Ng Ka-long is still waiting to play in his first tournament since the All England Open in March. Photo: AFP Hong Kong number one Angus Ng Ka-long is still waiting to play in his first tournament since the All England Open in March. Photo: AFP
Hong Kong number one Angus Ng Ka-long is still waiting to play in his first tournament since the All England Open in March. Photo: AFP
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