Carolina Marín maintains her cruising speed at the Thailand Open to beat India’s Chaliha and reach the quarterfinals

Carolina Marín is already in the quarterfinals of the badminton Thailand Open. / Photo: Badminton Photo.

S. D. Carolina Marín adds and continues in it badminton thailand open and after winning the second round to India Ashmita Chaliha (21-18 and 21-13) will dispute the pass to the semifinals with Canadian Michelle Li.

In 40 minutes the woman from Huelva resolved her second appointment in this Superseries 500 that is played in Bangkok. As happened on the first day against Opatniputh, Marín went from less to more in the match, and after a first set won more solvently on the court than on the scoreboard, in the second he no longer gave quarter to his rival.

after a good start from that of Huelva (5-0) Chaliha managed to balance the score, until a new tug from Carolina led him to the 11-7 at interval. India resisted (15-13)but another partial of 5-0 made the set opt ​​for the Huelva woman, although she took a while to decide, since it went from 20-13 to the final 21-18.

Less history had the second sleeve. Except in the initial measures (5-4) Carolina Marín commanded on the track and on the scoreboard, and after the 11-5 with whom they went to restin the second part of the set he no longer gave any option, signing it up for 21-13.

Carolina Marín, who at the end of the clash He acknowledged that he had “better feelings” and that he would have controlled “better the steering wheel in this pavilion, in which it is very windy, he will face each other in the quarterfinal to Canadian Michelle Liwith which faces have been seen in six times, with four victories for Huelva.

2023-06-01 12:09:52
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