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Sathiyan Gnanasekaran & Soumyajit Ghosh vs Ueda Jin & Yoshimura Maharu, Live score and updates, Men's doubles final, Asarel Bulgaria Open 2017

Ueda/ Yoshimura 11-13 11-7 11-4 6-11 11-5 Ghosh/Gnanasekaran
Updated: 20 August 2017 16:53 IST - Published: 20 August 2017 16:17 IST
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And they take it 11-5! The Indians ran them close but the top seeds held their nerve to take home the victory.
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Five championship points!
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Ueda with a fine shot under pressure! A cross-court forehand gives his team an 8-4 lead.
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The Indians call a timeout. They trail 6-3 in the decider.
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At the break, it's 4-2 in favour of the top seeds.
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In the final game, it's the Japan pair that has a 3- lead at the start.
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And they take it on the second attempt. We're into a decider!
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5 game points for Ghosh and Sathiyan!
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Despite the Japanese pair winning two points in a row, the Indians fight back with two of their own. They lead 8-4 now.
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Is the comeback on? It's a 6-2 lead for the Indian pairing. 
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It's 3-3 in the fourth game so far and has already seen two incredible rallies!
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And that's a wrap in the third game! The top seeds take the third game 11-4.
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The top seeds are building a lead in the third game as well. 7-3, the score now.
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The next two are won by the Japanese duo. They lead 4-2.
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Third game starts and it's 2-2 after the first four points.
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And the top seeds take the second game! 11-7!
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Unlucky! A net cord shot allows the Japanese side a simple put-away! 10-7!
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7-6 now! What a brilliant rally!  
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The top seeds display their class and have made it 6-4 in the second game.
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The score in the first game stands at 3-3.
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Ghosh! Brilliant!

Anticipates the drop serve and pounces on it with a cross-court winner.
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A top spin backhand from the Japanese paddler lands behind the table.

And India convert on the next point finally! 13-11, the first game to Ghosh and Gnanasekaran.
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Saved! We're even at 11-11 now.
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Third game point for India, a falling shot this time by Sathiyan.