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39-minute cruise lifts Thais into Masters semis

News Summed Up 2019-01-11 05:30:00

Seeking their first home title together, the Thai pair are back at the Masters for the first time since losing the 2017 final, their best attempt together at home. But after we settled down, things went pretty much our way,” said Sapsiree, whose only home crown was in the women’s doubles with Puttita Supajirakul at the 2016 Thailand Open. You have to control your shots well under these conditions,” said Dechapol, whose only win with Sapsiree came at the 2017 Swiss Open. In the women’s singles quarter-finals, sixth seed and last year’s losing finalist Pornpawee Chochuwong beat Porntip Buranaprasertsuk 21-15 21-12. In the men’s singles eighth seed Lu Guangzu of China beat Firman Abdul Kholik of Indonesia 21-15 21-17.


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