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  • New partners for more former #1s

    New partners for more former #1s

    Yu Yang and Sudket Prapakamol will both be competing in the upcoming Indonesia Open Superseries Premier with new partners.  Yu is partnering China Masters winner Zhong Qianxin a week after her long-time partner Wang Xiaoli...

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    World silver medallists back to mixed in May

    Four Koreans, all past or present World Championship runners-up, will be back to playing mixed doubles at next month’s Australian Open, while six other former world #1s will be in new doubles pairings in Sydney....

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    SINGAPORE OPEN Finals – Clean sweep by first-time Superseries winners

    Kento Momota, Sun Yu, Ou Dongni / Yu Xiaohan and Angga Pratama / Ricky Karanda Suwardy have all reached a new milestone in their professional career. As the Singapore Open Superseries came to a close,...

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    SINGAPORE OPEN SF – No Lucky No. 7 for Liliyana

    Three-time Singapore Open mixed doubles champions Tontowi Ahmad / Liliyana Natsir were hoping to close their hands on their fourth title in the Lion City. However, their hopes were dashed when they were beaten in...

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    SINGAPORE OPEN SF – Long battles for singles underdogs

    3 out of the 4 singles semi-final matches at the 2015 OUE Singapore Open Superseries were decided in the rubber game.  China’s Sun Yu, in particular, had to dig deep into her reserves to weather...

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    SINGAPORE OPEN QF – Simon and Yihan on track to defend titles

    Slowly but surely, Simon Santoso is inching closer to defending his title in Singapore. The 29-year-old Indonesian won his quarter-final match against Tanongsak Saensomboonsuk, 21-10, 21-19, to once again book his spot in the semi-finals...

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    SINGAPORE OPEN QF – Japan’s duos shine

    Despite the tricky challenges thrown at them and the pressure, all three Japanese pairs – two women’s doubles and one men’s doubles – claimed their tickets to the semi-finals of the 2015 OUE Singapore Open...

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    SINGAPORE OPEN DAY 3 – Twisted fate for top singles shuttlers

    In an interesting twist of events, fortune seemed to be turning its back on many of the seeded players in the tournament. Those that managed to stay in the competition had their skills tested and...

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