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China sweep Malaysia for quarters spot in Uber Cup

05-12-2010 11:53 BJT

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In the Uber Cup, China faced host Malaysia in their second series. The hosts didn't send up power shuttler Wong Mew-Choo. Instead, world No. 1 Wang Yihan faced Malaysian Saniru Sanatasah in the first singles match. Sanatasah could not keep up as Wang took the win 21-11, 21-8.

China's Ma Jin and Wang Xiaoli faced Wong Hwui-Lin and Woo Lu-ying in the first doubles. The Chinese duo made it a mismatch by beating their opponents in straight games.

Then the Chinese shuttlers triumphed in the next three matches, and wrapped up a 5-0 sweep to move on to the quarterfinals.

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