Hong Kong’s Lee Cheuk-yiu celebrates after defeating Indonesia’s Anthony Ginting in the men’s singles final at 2019 Yonex-Sunrise Hong Kong Open at Hung Hom Coliseum. Photo: Kelly Ho
Hong Kong’s Lee Cheuk-yiu celebrates after defeating Indonesia’s Anthony Ginting in the men’s singles final at 2019 Yonex-Sunrise Hong Kong Open at Hung Hom Coliseum. Photo: Kelly Ho

Hong Kong Badminton Open called off following revamp of world tour due to Covid-19 pandemic

  • World chiefs decide to stage three tournaments in Denmark and three in Malaysia, confident they can create a ‘safe environment’
  • Hong Kong team will now decide whether to take part in events, saying ‘we won’t take the risk of sending our players if their safety cannot be ensured’

Hong Kong’s Lee Cheuk-yiu celebrates after defeating Indonesia’s Anthony Ginting in the men’s singles final at 2019 Yonex-Sunrise Hong Kong Open at Hung Hom Coliseum. Photo: Kelly Ho
Hong Kong’s Lee Cheuk-yiu celebrates after defeating Indonesia’s Anthony Ginting in the men’s singles final at 2019 Yonex-Sunrise Hong Kong Open at Hung Hom Coliseum. Photo: Kelly Ho
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