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Badminton Asia Team Championships: Korea bt India (W)

Updated: 19 February 2016 19:34 IST - Published: 19 February 2016 16:40 IST
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It's over for PC Thulasi! Bae wins in straight games - 21-14, 21-15.
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And a quick lead to the Korean in the second game as well! She's up 10-5 and looking to close this in straight games.
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And it's game Bae! She wins 21-14.
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As expected, it's Bae who has taken a thundering lead. She's up 12-7 against Thulasi in the first game.
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51st-ranked PC Thulasi will not fancy her chances against the 14th-ranked Bae.
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Now it's time for India's PC Thulasi, who takes on Yeon Ju Bae in the second women's singles tie.
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The Korean pair of Jung and Shin win the women's doubles tie 21-15, 20-22, 21-13.
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The Korean women's team lead 2-0. After winning the first women's singles match, they pull off a 3-game victory over Jwala Gutta and Ashwini Ponappa!
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After going neck and neck, Gutta and Ponappa now have a lot to make up and it's looking difficult for the Indian pair who trail 8-15!
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The third game is going neck and neck! It's 6-6 and the doubles match is the tightest one yet.
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Game Gutta-Ponappa! They win 22-20 to take the scores level to one game all.
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The second game is a bit more level, with the pairs at 11-all, as Gutta and Ponappa fight to keep India's women in contention.
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Too many errors from Gutta and Ponappa! They lose the first game, with Korea's Jung and Shin taking it 21-15
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And the strong Indian doubles pair are now trailing 8-13 in the first game. Can they pull it back?
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Sindhu goes down in the first tie - it's now time for Jwala Gutta and Ashwini Ponappa in the doubles!
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She leads Sindhu 11-1 in the second and it's looking done for the Indian from here.
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Game Sung! 21-13 and 1 game up to the Korean shuttler.
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But Sung takes the lead right back! 16-13 to the Korean shuttler!
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It's the higher-ranked Sung who took a quick, large lead against Sindhu, but the Indian has fought back to go 11-10 in the first game of the women's tie!
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24-year-old Ji Hyun Sung of Korea is ranked 6th in the world, while Sindhu is in 12th.