Shuttler Lee Cheuk-yiu’s Olympic qualification hopes suffered a setback after the Indian Open was cancelled but his coach Tim He Yiming was confident he could become the second Hong Kong men’s singles player to secure a Tokyo Games spot.The 24-year-old Lee, 18th in the qualification rankings, needs to rise two places in the standings to make his Olympic debut this summer and he was hoping to use the New Delhi tournament, scheduled to start on May 11, the Malaysian Open two weeks later and June…



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