Secondary and Primary Schools Students Enjoy the Hong Kong Open Badminton Championships
The main rounds of YONEX-SUNRISE Hong Kong Open Badminton Championships 2016 starts today. Students from 30 secondary and primary schools are invited to the Championships. Some of them have never enjoyed watching badminton games live at the Coliseum and were very excited about the lively atmosphere.
Tang Chun Man and Tse Ying Suet Eliminate Korean’s World Number One
Hong Kong team has major victories on the first day of YONEX-SUNRISE 2016 Hong Kong Open Badminton Championships. Tang Chun Man and Tse Ying Suet beat the Korean world number one pair Ko Sung Hyun and Kim Ha Na in the first round of Mixed Doubles. Another Hong Kong Mixed Doubles pair Reginald Lee and Chau Hoi Wah win over Japanese Kenta Kazuno and Ayane Kurihara.
Hong Kong Open Badminton Championships Commence Hong Kong Players Win Their Places in the Main Draw
YONEX-SUNRISE Hong Kong Open Badminton Championships 2016 starts the qualifying rounds today. A number of Hong Kong players enter the main draw of different events. Reginald Lee and Law Cheuk Him beat the Chinese player Yu Xiaoyu and Zhang Wen in Men’s Doubles and taste their first victory after they have paired up a month ago.
Hong Kong Badminton Open Commences 18 Meters 3D Painting installed at Hong Kong Coliseum To Promote Attractions of Hong Kong
YONEX-SUNRISE Hong Kong Open Badminton Championships 2016 starts today (November 22) at Hong Kong Coliseum staging qualifying rounds and some of the main draw events of Doubles. Organizer sets up giant 3D paintings outside of the venue for spectators and citizens to feel the atmosphere of the 6-day Championships.
YONEX-SUNRISE Hong Kong Badminton Championships 2016 Starts Tomorrow Top Team. Players Arrive to Fight for the Tournament’s Record High Grand Prize
YONEX-SUNRISE Hong Kong Badminton Championships 2016 starts tomorrow (November 22) at Hong Kong Coliseum with qualifying rounds and main draw events on the first event day. Although the top two seed players of Men’s singles, Chen Long of China and Lee Chong Wei of Malaysia are absent from the tournament, up and coming young players are ready to show off their talent and fight for the crown. China is aiming for gold to try and regain their prestige after leaving home empty handed in the last leg of Superseries.
Lee Chong Wei, Chen Long Return to Hong Kong Coliseum Hong Kong Badminton Championships Set a Record high Grand Prize Tickets are on sale tomorrow
Olympic Champions return to Hong Kong for YONEX-SUNRISE Hong Kong Badminton Championships 2016, part of the MetLife BWF World Superseries. Fans might be able to watch a reprint match of Olympic Men’s single Final with gold medalist Chen Long and silver medalist Lee Chong Wei. Free admission for qualifying rounds & Round of 32 for Mixed Doubles on 22 Nov. Tickets prices of preliminary round to Finals are from HK$40 to $680 with discount for students, senior citizens and are on sale at URBTIX outlets and website tomorrow.
The Man Behind Ng Ka Long: Liu Zhi-heng
There is a Chinese saying: "Behind every successful man there is a woman," but for Hong Kong badminton Representative Ng Ka Long, instead of a woman, the one behind his success is a man: his coach Liu Zhiheng. From the age of 12 Ng was trained and fostered unfailingly by Coach Liu which leads him to become the famous ‘Lin Dan Killer’.
Zhao Yunlei Swept 2 Golds for the third time in Hong Kong Open
Zhao Yunlei of China swept two golds in Mixed Doubles and Women’s Doubles of YONEX-SUNRISE Hong Kong Open Badminton Championships 2015. The Chinese player, took the same titles in 2012 and 2014, has become the first player ever in Hong Kong Open who won 2 golds medals 3 times.
Marin Won her 5th Superseries title While Lee Chong Wei was Crowned the 4th time in Hong Kong Open
Carolina Marin took the Women Singles’ title of YONEX-SUNRISE Hong Kong Open Badminton Championships 2015 with a thrilling 3 games battle over Japanese Nozomi Okuhara in the witness of over 5000 fans at the Hong Kong Coliseum.