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’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’

Topic |   Badminton World Federation (BWF)
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’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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