Lee Cheuk-yiu celebrates after beating Indonesia’s Anthony Ginting in the second round of the Thailand Open. Photo: BAT/AFP Lee Cheuk-yiu celebrates after beating Indonesia’s Anthony Ginting in the second round of the Thailand Open. Photo: BAT/AFP
Lee Cheuk-yiu celebrates after beating Indonesia’s Anthony Ginting in the second round of the Thailand Open. Photo: BAT/AFP

Shuttler Lee Cheuk-yiu’s Olympic dream hit by loss of Indian Open to Covid-19 pandemic but coach Tim He is confident of Tokyo ticket

  • The 24-year-old was meant to be Hong Kong’s only player at the New Delhi event but the country’s latest explosion of Covid-19 cases has forced organisers to cancel the tournament
  • Lee, the world number 18, has to make up two places in two remaining qualifying tournaments to join Hong Kong number one Angus Ng at the Tokyo Olympics

Topic |   Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games
Lee Cheuk-yiu celebrates after beating Indonesia’s Anthony Ginting in the second round of the Thailand Open. Photo: BAT/AFP Lee Cheuk-yiu celebrates after beating Indonesia’s Anthony Ginting in the second round of the Thailand Open. Photo: BAT/AFP
Lee Cheuk-yiu celebrates after beating Indonesia’s Anthony Ginting in the second round of the Thailand Open. Photo: BAT/AFP
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