Sports Institute chief executive Trisha Leahy has hailed Hong Kong tennis players for regaining their elite status, but it won't kick in until 2015. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Sports Institute chief executive Trisha Leahy has hailed Hong Kong tennis players for regaining their elite status, but it won't kick in until 2015. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Sports Institute chief executive Trisha Leahy has hailed Hong Kong tennis players for regaining their elite status, but it won't kick in until 2015. Photo: Jonathan Wong

Hong Kong players must wait a year before return to Sports Institute

Despite reaching the benchmark within the window, athletes can only re-enter Fo Tan in 2015

Sports Institute chief executive Trisha Leahy has hailed Hong Kong tennis players for regaining their elite status, but it won't kick in until 2015. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Sports Institute chief executive Trisha Leahy has hailed Hong Kong tennis players for regaining their elite status, but it won't kick in until 2015. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Sports Institute chief executive Trisha Leahy has hailed Hong Kong tennis players for regaining their elite status, but it won't kick in until 2015. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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