Vietnam Badminton Open, Chinese women's doubles Jin Yujia and Huang Jiaying enter the quarter-finals

(Ho Chi Minh City) Singapore women's doubles duo Jin Yujia and Huang Jiaying beat Hong Kong duo Fan Jiayin and You Manying 2-1 in the round of 16 of the Vietnam Open yesterday, and successfully advanced to the quarter-finals. However, they are the only children left by the Singapore team in this tournament.

In addition to the women's doubles competition, Chinese players also played in the men's singles, men's doubles and mixed doubles round of 16 yesterday, but they were unable to pass.

Huang Jiaying, who played in one-day doubles, partnered with Guo Junliang in the mixed doubles match in the afternoon. As a result, he lost 10-21, 21-18, 16-21 to the fourth seed of the tournament and the Indonesian combination Dejan/Gloria took the lead out.

Zheng Jiaheng, my country's No. 2 men's singles who then played, also lost. The day before yesterday, he was eliminated by Chinese player Sun Feixiang in two straight games of 21-10 and 21-15.

Although Sun Feixiang's world ranking is lower than Zheng Jiaheng, he is, after all, the men's singles champion of the 2016 World Youth Championship. He also defeated the host Vietnamese player Ruan Jinming the day before yesterday. Therefore, Zheng Jiaheng's defeat was not an accident.

As the third seed of the competition, my country's women's doubles combination Jin Yujia and Huang Jiaying missed the first round. They started directly from the top 16 yesterday and reversed after one game behind.

Hong Kong combination Fan Jiayin and You Manying narrowly won 21-19 in the first game. The two sides fought inextricably at the beginning of the second game, but Jin Yujia and Huang Jiaying gradually opened the score and finally tied the overall score 21-12. In the crucial third game, the Singapore combination fought more and more bravely, locking the quarter-finals seat 21-9.

They will compete for the semifinals with the sixth seed of the tournament, Indonesian duo Nita and Triola in today's rematch.

The Chinese men's doubles duo Luo Jianxian and Guo Junliang, who are also the seed team (No. 8 seed), stopped in the top 16. Malaysian duo Ayyub and Liu Juncheng won 21-18, 21-12 in just 28 minutes..

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