Huelva 2021 already knows its semifinalists

The final stretch of the TotalEnergies BWF World Championships 2021 is lived with maximum expectation at the Carolina Marín Sports Palace (Huelva). The top players of the different delegations are displaying all their potential to secure medals at the World Championships.

In men’s singles, Loh Kean Yew (Singapore) continues to amaze the attendees who are gradually filling the stands of the “Carolina Marín”. Loh continues with a steady pace and a consolidated level of play, which seems unbreakable against any rival. In the quarterfinals, the player from Singapore won against the Indian Prannoy H. S., by 21-14 and 21-12. Loh will face Denmark’s Anders Antonsen [3], who managed to claim victory after his opponent, Malaysia’s Lee Zii Jia [6], was forced to retire due to injury in the third set.

On the other side of the main draw, Indian teammates Kidambi Srikanth [12] and Lakshya Sen, who won their respective matches against Mark Caljouw (Netherlands) and Zhao Jun Peng (China), will face each other for the fight to the final.

In the women’s singles Tai Tzu Ying [1] (China Taipei) showed off her magical style of play in the first match of the day, leaving Pusarla V. Sindhu [6] with no options. Sindhu [6], closing the scoreboard by 21-17 and 21-13.

On the other hand, the Chinese delegation was combative by winning the singles of He Bing Jiao [8] (against his compatriot Han Yue) and Zhang Yi Man (against the number 7 seeded Thai player of the tournament, Ratchanok Intanon). Zhang will face Akane Yamaguchi (Japan) [2] who confirmed her place in the semifinals after beating An Seyoung [5].

It was necessary to wait until the end of the day, where in the last match of the day, the already known Mark Lamsfuss – Marvin Seidel (Germany) [16] faced the acclaimed Kim Astrup – Anders Skaarup Rasmussen (Denmark) [7]. After a thrilling first set that was assigned to the German couple, the Danes showed their fighting spirit and with a more solid game secured their pass to the semifinals of the Huelva 2021 (26-28, 21-13 and 21-9). The Danish duo will face He Ji Ting – Tan Qiang (China) [16] tomorrow.

Also in men’s doubles, Japan’s Takuro Hoki – Yugo Kobayashi [5] and Malaysia’s Ong Yew Sin – Teo Ee Yi [9] advanced to the semifinal rounds.

In women’s doubles, the Korean team took the lead. The pairs Lee Sohee – Shin Seungchan [2] and Kim Soyeong – Kong Heeyong [3] will face each other tomorrow for the finals, as they won both matches today.

Japan’s Mayu Matsumoto – Wakana Nagahara [4] surprised the Stoeva sisters and, with determination, won the match. In the semifinals they will meet the Chinese pair Chen Qing Chen – Jia Yi Fan [1], who will surely put up more resistance.

Finally, in the mixed doubles Japan continues to demonstrate, one more day, its supremacy and high level. Japanese duos Kyohei Yamashita – Naru Shinoya and Yuta Watanabe – Arisa Higashino [3] will face each other in the semifinals, after winning their respective matches. On the other side of the main draw, Tang Chun Man – Tse Ying Suet (Hong Kong) [5] and Dechapol Puavaranukroh – Sapsiree Taerattanachai (Thailand) [2] will be fighting tomorrow for go inside the final.

The semifinals of the TotalEnergies BWF World Championships 2021 will take place on Saturday from 10.00 am on a single center court. During the day, the matches will be divided into two rounds; the first will start at 10.00 am, and the second at 4.00 pm.

The world championship will be held until December 19 and can be followed live on RTVPlay and Teledeporte. Also, and immediately, through the social networks of Huelva2021 (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram).

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