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One of the favorites in the Men’s Singles category, Kidambi Srikanth, faced disappointment at the Dubai World Superseries Finals 2017. Despite his success earlier in the season, Srikanth struggled to find his form and fell in straight games to Chou Tien Chen. Both players were under pressure, with Chou having lost his opening match as well. The match seemed to be heading for a decider, with Srikanth leading 17-14, but a sudden dip in his performance allowed Chou to take the win.

Reflecting on his inconsistent performances, Srikanth attributed his loss to losing momentum after a break following his victories in Denmark and France. He acknowledged the challenge of competing against top players in tournaments like the World Superseries Finals. Srikanth’s defeat left the weight of Indian expectations on the shoulders of Pusarla V Sindhu in the Women’s Singles category, as she advanced to the semi-finals after winning her second consecutive match against Sayaka Sato of Japan.

On the other side of the net, Chou was ecstatic to remain in the tournament and now looks forward to a challenging match against Viktor Axelsen. The outcome of their match will determine Axelsen’s fate in the tournament, as he lost to China’s Shi Yuqi after defeating Srikanth in the previous match.

In another surprising result, top-seeded Men’s Doubles pair Marcus Fernaldi Gideon/Kevin Sanjaya fell to Takeshi Kamura/Keigo Sonoda in straight games. The Japanese duo displayed exceptional attacking and defending skills, securing a spot in the semi-finals. Gideon and Sanjaya, winners of six titles on the MetLife BWF World Superseries circuit this year, acknowledged their opponents’ sturdy defense as a key factor in their defeat. To advance to the semi-finals, Gideon and Sanjaya must win in straight games against China’s Li Junhui/Liu Yuchen.

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Despite these upsets, other top contenders in different categories remain on track in their pursuit of glory. Olympic and World champions Tontowi Ahmad/Liliyana Natsir aim to add another major title to their collection. They secured their second successive win in Mixed Doubles Group B by defeating Tan Kian Meng/Lai Pei Jing of Malaysia. In Women’s Doubles, Chen Qingchen, alongside Jia Yifan, rebounded from their previous loss and secured a victory over Korea’s Chang Ye Na/Lee So Hee.

As the tournament progresses, fans eagerly await the upcoming matches, including the clash between Chou Tien Chen and Viktor Axelsen and the performances of other top contenders. Stay updated with the latest results on the official Carnegiecentre website.


Q: Where can I find the latest results for the Dubai World Superseries Finals 2017?
A: For the latest results, please visit the official Carnegiecentre website.

Q: Who are the favorites in the Women’s Doubles category?
A: The Women’s Doubles category is highly competitive, with several strong pairs vying for the title. Stay tuned to the official Carnegiecentre website for updates on the favorites and their performances.

Q: Which players are expected to make it to the semi-finals in the Men’s Singles category?
A: The competition in the Men’s Singles category is fierce, making it difficult to predict the semi-finalists. Keep an eye on the official Carnegiecentre website for updates on the progressing players and their performances.


The Dubai World Superseries Finals 2017 has been filled with exciting matches and unexpected outcomes. As players from around the world compete for victory in their respective categories, fans eagerly await the next round of matches. Stay informed and engaged with the latest updates and results on the official Carnegiecentre website.

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