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Hong Kong summon specialists for Thomas Cup Finals

By TAN MING WAI 1 hour ago
KUALA LUMPUR: Hong Kong have turned to their mixed doubles specialists Tang Chun Man and Reginald Lee to bolster their understrength men's doubles department for the Thomas Cup Finals in Chengdu from April 27-May 5.
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