Hong Kong’s Angus Ng leads a seven-member squad to Bangkok for their first open tournament in 10 months, provided they can clear their second Covid-19 testing upon their arrival in the Thailand capital. Photo: AFP Hong Kong’s Angus Ng leads a seven-member squad to Bangkok for their first open tournament in 10 months, provided they can clear their second Covid-19 testing upon their arrival in the Thailand capital. Photo: AFP
Hong Kong’s Angus Ng leads a seven-member squad to Bangkok for their first open tournament in 10 months, provided they can clear their second Covid-19 testing upon their arrival in the Thailand capital. Photo: AFP

Hong Kong shuttlers waiting for second Covid-19 test in Bangkok before entering two open tournaments

  • Hong Kong’s Angus Ng heads a seven-member squad to first international tournament after the All England Open in March
  • Badminton world hard hit after both world No 1 Kento Momota and doubles No 1 Kevin Sukamuljo test positive for Covid-19

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Hong Kong’s Angus Ng leads a seven-member squad to Bangkok for their first open tournament in 10 months, provided they can clear their second Covid-19 testing upon their arrival in the Thailand capital. Photo: AFP Hong Kong’s Angus Ng leads a seven-member squad to Bangkok for their first open tournament in 10 months, provided they can clear their second Covid-19 testing upon their arrival in the Thailand capital. Photo: AFP
Hong Kong’s Angus Ng leads a seven-member squad to Bangkok for their first open tournament in 10 months, provided they can clear their second Covid-19 testing upon their arrival in the Thailand capital. Photo: AFP
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