Rytter Juhl: We played very well today
Date: 1/18/2018 1:43 PM
Published by : Niels Nedergaard

The third seeded Danish pair in women’s doubles, Kamilla Rytter Juhl/Christinna Pedersen, passed into the quarterfinals at Perodua Malaysia Masters after two games win against Ashwini Ponnappa/Reddy N. Sikki. 

It was a top motivated Danish pair Kamilla Rytter Juhl/Christinna Pedersen, who met the Indian couple Ashwini Ponnappa/Reddy N. Sikki in the second round of Perodua Malaysia Masters.


Kamilla RytterJuhl/Christinna Pedersen defeated Ashwini Ponnappa/Reddy N. Sikki in two games with 21-15/21-15. Kamilla Rytter Juhl is also happy about the Danish pair's performance today.

- We played very well today. We have already met Ponnoppa/Reddy two times before,and that was absolutely to our advantages. It was windy in the hall today, and we maked use of it, said Kamilla Rytter Juhl to Badminton Europe.

A tough game against Tang Jinhua/Yu Xiaohan be in store

Kamilla Rytter Juhl/Christinna Pedersen are looking forward to play against Tang Jinhua and Yu Xiaohan from China in the quarterfinals. A game they think is gonna be a tough match.

The match tomorrow is gonna be a bigger challenge for us. It’s never easy to defeat the Chinese women's doubles. Specially Tang is a very good player, and we have a huge respect for her. It’s not many tournaments they have played together, so we have to analyse on them before tomorrow.

- We are looking forward to the challenge, and we think it’s funny to play against the best players in the world, ends Kamilla Rytter Juhl to Badminton Europe.

Carolina Marin also ready for the quarterfinals

In women’s singles are Carolina Marin ready for the quarterfinals at Perodua Malaysia Masters after a win against the Danish player Mette Poulsen with 21-15/21-11.

Carolina Marin has to meet the Malaysian player Lee Ying Ying in the quarterfinal tomorrow. 

You can find the full results from day 3 of Perodua Malaysia Masters here.

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