Jason Gunawan has become the youngest-ever Hong Kong badminton champion after he defeated Chan Yin-chak in the men’s singles final at Kowloon Park Sports Centre. Photo: K.Y. Cheng Jason Gunawan has become the youngest-ever Hong Kong badminton champion after he defeated Chan Yin-chak in the men’s singles final at Kowloon Park Sports Centre. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
Jason Gunawan has become the youngest-ever Hong Kong badminton champion after he defeated Chan Yin-chak in the men’s singles final at Kowloon Park Sports Centre. Photo: K.Y. Cheng

Jason Gunawan crowned youngest-ever Hong Kong men’s badminton champion at 16

  • The men’s singles champion beat top player Angus Ng in the semi-finals before overcoming Chan Yin-chak in a final that went to three sets
  • Gunawan cut short his studies three months ago to become a full-time athlete so that he could return to training amid the pandemic

Topic |   Hong Kong Sports Institute
Jason Gunawan has become the youngest-ever Hong Kong badminton champion after he defeated Chan Yin-chak in the men’s singles final at Kowloon Park Sports Centre. Photo: K.Y. Cheng Jason Gunawan has become the youngest-ever Hong Kong badminton champion after he defeated Chan Yin-chak in the men’s singles final at Kowloon Park Sports Centre. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
Jason Gunawan has become the youngest-ever Hong Kong badminton champion after he defeated Chan Yin-chak in the men’s singles final at Kowloon Park Sports Centre. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
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