Angus Ng Ka-long is Hong Kong's number-one ranked badminton player. He has a career-high ranking of nine, and has beaten other top 10 players including Lin Dan, Chen Long, Chou Tien Chen, Jan O Jorgensen, and Son Wan Ho throughout his career. Ng trained at the Hong Kong Sports Institute. His biggest career win to date came at the Hong Kong Open in 2016.
Men’s singles star Lee Cheuk-yiu looks to defend title he won in 2019 and boost his chances of qualifying for Paris Olympics.
Wong Choong Hann will start his new role this week, after a scramble to fill the job following the sudden departure of Wong Tat Meng.
German Open is Ng’s first tournament triumph since the 2020 Thailand Masters, as his promising start to the new season continues.
Victory over Pakistan and Japan win over Taiwan gets Hong Kong into quarter-finals in Dubai, with semi-finalists qualifying for world tournament where Olympic qualifying points will be up for grabs
Mixed doubles duo Tse Ying-suet and Tang Chun-man battle into second round in Kuala Lumpur.
Former Hong Kong No 1 Angus Ng is looking to reclaim top spot in 2023 after gaining a timely confidence booster by training with Olympic champ Viktor Axelsen.
Angus Ng Ka-long’s injury resurfaces as he retires in first game of opening-round clash, but mixed doubles pair Tang Chun-man and Tse Ying-suet progress.
Hong Kong got their World Badminton Championships campaign off to a solid start with big wins from Vincent Wong, Ng Ka-long and Lee Cheuk-yiu
Under coach Wong Tat Meng, two of the city’s top shuttlers have found extra confidence ahead of the World Badminton Championships in Tokyo.
Vincent Wong Wing-ki admits earning ‘Lin Dan Killer’ moniker after beating legendary Chinese star is highlight of his career, which he feels ‘blessed’ to bring the curtain down on in Tokyo later this month.
Angus Ng Ka-long fell short in his first final in 18 months after losing to Chico Aura Dwi Wardoyo of Indonesia at the Malaysia Masters in Kuala Lumpur on Sunday.
Hong Kong No 1 Angus Ng Ka-long stuns Taiwanese fourth seed Chou Tien-chen, setting up clash with H.S. Prannoy in Kuala Lumpur.
Hong Kong No 1 dispatches Dutchman Mark Caljouw in just 26 minutes at Axiata Arena in Kuala Lumpur, as he bids for first world tour semi-final since early 2021.
Ng beats Darren Liew to set up clash with Mark Caljouw, whom he beat only last week, while mixed doubles pair Tang Chun-man and Tse Ying-suet lose.
Hong Kong badminton No 1 Angus Ng Ka-long and teammate Lee Cheuk-yiu will take on top two seeds in the second round, with coach confident both can cause upsets on Thursday.
Lee Cheuk-yiu beats Taiwanese No 1 and fourth seed Chou Tien-chen in straight games to set up clash with Zhao Junpeng of China in Jakarta.
Lee Cheuk-yiu ‘has nothing to lose’ against higher-ranked Chou Tien-chen, says Hong Kong badminton coach – ‘if he can play free of pressure, he should have a chance’.
Badminton mixed doubles pair Tang Chun-man and Tse Ying-suet renew their successful partnership to breeze into second round in Jakarta.
Hong Kong’s top shuttler Angus Ng Ka-long set to resume action on tour after admitting he was ‘worried’ over possible long-term Covid-19 symptoms.
Head coach says there’s no time to assemble a team for Thomas Cup, with internal selection for Hangzhou the priority.
The 27-year-old tested positive for Covid-19 a third time, the most recent being at Hong Kong International Airport on April 2 after returning from Basel, Switzerland.
Ng withdrew from last week’s Swiss Open after testing positive for the coronavirus and needs a negative test before he can leave the country.
A spate of Covid-19 infections have seen Hong Kong badminton star Angus Ng, and the entire China team, withdraw from the 2022 Swiss Open.
Angus beat Thomas Rouxel 21-11, 21-19 to set up second round encounter against Lu Guangzu of China at badminton tournament in Birmingham.
Angus Ng is in danger of dropping out of the world top 10 if he fails to perform at badminton competition in Birmingham, where he reached the semi-finals in 2019.
World’s top players return to court with both reigning Olympic singles champions, Viktor Axelsen of Denmark and Chen Yufei of China in action.
The men’s and women’s teams both lose 4-1 in the tournament in Malaysia, which acts as a qualifier for the Thomas and Uber Cups.
Hong Kong are sending men’s and women’s teams to the tournament in Shah Alam, Malaysia, which acts as a qualifier for the Thomas Cup and Uber Cup finals.
Hong Kong number one beaten after three tough games against Indian opponent while world number one Axelsen lost to Singaporean rival.