BWF Sudirman Cup 2023 Finals Day 3 Results as title holders China dominantly defeated Singapore to lead the four countries through to the quarterfinals, where they will be joined by Denmark and Thailand.
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Sudirman Day 3 Highlights
Reigning champions China maintained their perfect start to seal their tickets into the quarters along with Indonesia, Denmark and Thailand.
There were no upset in Day 3, as title holders China dominated Singapore to top group A.
The Chinese mixed badminton team, yet to drop a tie, proved to be much more superior to their opponents.
Same outcomes with other departments as He Bingjiao’s 22-20, 21-15 women’s singles victory over Yeo Jia Min sealed the Group A rubber.
The record holders of 12 titles secured further wins with top form in Men’s and Women’s Double and remain ones to beat in the tournament.
Over to Group B, Indonesia also booked a place in next round by a sounding 4-1 win over Germany.
The Southeast Asian representative easily walked past Germany in the Mixed Doubles, Men’s and Women’s Singles with Rinov Rivaldy/Pitha Haningtyas Mentari defeated onas Ralfy Jansen/Linda Efler 21-19, 21-7, Jonatan Christie def. Faban Roth 21-18, 21-17 and Gregoria Mariska Tunjung def. Yvonne Li 21-8, 21-14.
There was some respite for the Germans who battled back from a set down to win the men’s doubles (18-21, 21-17, 21-19) but it did little to change the overall outcome.
Indonesia’ neighbors and regional rivals Thailand also got the ticket through to quarter-finals after beating Canada 4-1.
Joining the hosts in the quarters from Group A will be Denmark who produced a 5-0 whitewash over Egypt despite resting World No 1 Viktor Axelsen. The imperious Danes didn’t drop a game across the five ties.