Youngsters practise tennis at Quarry Bay Park in September when facilities in Hong Kong opened after the end of the third wave of coronavirus infections. Photo: Xiaomei Chen Youngsters practise tennis at Quarry Bay Park in September when facilities in Hong Kong opened after the end of the third wave of coronavirus infections. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Youngsters practise tennis at Quarry Bay Park in September when facilities in Hong Kong opened after the end of the third wave of coronavirus infections. Photo: Xiaomei Chen

Covid-19: tennis chief wants courts to reopen and urges more people to speak up about sports – ‘we don’t need to be sacrificed’

  • Philip Mok says the latest subsidy of HK$7,500 for each coach amid the fourth wave of Covid-19 infections is not enough for people to make ends meet
  • The HKTA president has written to sports commissioner Yeung Tak-keung urging the government to rethink its policy on closing facilities

Topic |   Coronavirus Hong Kong
Youngsters practise tennis at Quarry Bay Park in September when facilities in Hong Kong opened after the end of the third wave of coronavirus infections. Photo: Xiaomei Chen Youngsters practise tennis at Quarry Bay Park in September when facilities in Hong Kong opened after the end of the third wave of coronavirus infections. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Youngsters practise tennis at Quarry Bay Park in September when facilities in Hong Kong opened after the end of the third wave of coronavirus infections. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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