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Men’s Double Quarterfinals


Fu/Zhang (China) vs. Kim/Kim (Korea)


  • In a matchup of the China’s 4th ranked men’s doubles team and Korea’s 3rd ranked team, Kim Gi Jung and Kim Sa Rang of Korea fell to Fu Haifeng and Nan Zhang 2-1 on Monday morning in a back-and-forth, entertaining match. The Kims won the first game 21-11, but the Chinese duo won the second game 21-18 after five straight points. They would go on to win the third game 24-22, saving three matchpoints before securing the match on their second matchpoint.


Ivanov/Sozonov (Russia) vs. Chai Biao/Hong Wei (China)


Goh/Tan (Malaysia) vs. Lee/Yoo (Korea)


Ellis/Langridge (Great Britain) vs Endo/Hayakawa (Japan)



Women’s Doubles Quarterfinals


Jung/Shin (Korea) vs. Muskens/Piek (Netherlands)

  • Jung/Shin, the 5th ranked women’s doubles duo from Korea, defeated Muskens and Piek, the tandem from the Netherlands, 2-1 on Monday morning. The Koreans won the first game 21-16 and lost the second game 22-20 after being up 20-17 with match point on the line. But they responded loudly in game three and won 21-14 to clinch a place in the semifinals match on Tuesday


    Matsutomo/Takahashi (Japan) vs Hoo/Woon (Malaysia)

    While Hoo/Woon gave the Japanese pairing all they could handle on Monday morning, the world’s top ranked women’s doubles team prevailed 2-1 to advance to the semifinals on Tuesday. After winning the first game 21-16, the Malaysian tandem put on an impressive showing in the second game to win 21-18. However, Matsutomo and Takahashi turned on the jets in game three and won convincingly 21-9.

    Tang/Yu (China)  vs. Maheswari/Polii (Indonesia) 


    Pederesen/Rytter Juhl (Denmark) vs. Lee/Chang (Korea)





    Men’s Singles Round of 16


    Jan Jorgensen (Denmark) vs. Srikanth Kidambi (India)




    Women’s Singles Round of 16




    Mixed Doubles Semifinals


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