Tokyo Olympics: Hong Kong table tennis pair lead way on day two, with action on water to come

After a slightly disappointing start to the

, Hong Kong’s athletes are back in action on Sunday with their medal hopes still intact in several sports.

In the table tennis, mixed doubles pair Doo Hoi-kem and Wong Chun-ting start the day with their quarter-final against France, while later this afternoon Minnie Soo Wai-yam and Lam Siu-hang are in action in the women’s and men’s singles respectively. 

Elsewhere, the sailing team take to the water for the first time, while Stephanie Norton competes in the one-handed dinghy laser radial series. Four-time Olympian Stephanie Au Hoi-shun will conclude the day by taking part in the women’s 100m backstroke heats at 6pm. After making the Olympic A qualifying standard for the first time in her career, she is aiming to break her own Hong Kong record.

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Reporting by Paul Ryding and Jonathan White (in Tokyo), Patrick Blennerhassett, Josh Ball, and Jack Lau.


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