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Pan Am continental champion Osleni Guerrero from Cuba and Guatemalan veteran Kevin Cordon have advanced to the quarter-finals of the Pan Am Games 2015. Guerrero comfortably defeated Nelson Javier Ozuna from the Dominican Republic with a score of 21-9, 21-15. He will now face Mexico’s Lino Munoz in the next round. Munoz, on the other hand, surprised everyone by beating USA’s Bjorn Seguin with a score of 21-18, 21-9.

Cordon faced a challenge from young Mexican player Luis Garrido but managed to come out on top with a score of 21-13, 21-13. He will now meet Brazil’s Ygor Coelho de Oliveira in the quarter-finals.

USA’s Sattawat Pongnairat had a tough match against Guatemala’s Heymard Humblers but managed to finish strongly with a score of 21-13, 11-21, 21-8. He has booked a spot in the quarter-finals where he will face Canada’s Andrew D’Souza. Pongnairat’s compatriot Howard Shu also secured a place in the quarter-finals with a convincing win over Cuba’s Bryan Veliz, with a score of 21-12, 21-13.

In the Women’s Singles category, Brazil’s Lohaynny Vicente and Fabiana Silva both won their matches in straight games and advanced to the quarter-finals. Vicente overcame Chile’s Chou Ting Ting with a score of 21-10, 21-10, while Silva had a tougher match against Mariana Ugalde from Mexico, winning with a score of 21-18, 21-16. However, their Brazilian compatriot Luana Vicente was unable to match the skills of USA’s Iris Wang and lost with a score of 21-8, 21-12. Wang’s teammate Jamie Subandhi also secured a spot in the quarter-finals by defeating Dominican Republic’s Bermany Polanco Munoz with a score of 21-13, 21-6. Subandhi will now face Mexico’s Haramara Gaitan, who fought past Luz Maria Zornoza from Peru with a score of 18-21, 21-12, 21-17.

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Lohaynny Vicente will face top seed Michelle Li from Canada in the quarter-finals, which will be a challenging match for her.

In the Men’s Doubles category, Sattawat Pongnairat and Phillip Chew from the USA have also made it to the quarter-finals.

In the Women’s Doubles category, two Canadian pairs, Alex Bruce/Phyllis Chan and Rachel Honderich/Michelle Li, have secured their spots in the quarter-finals. They will face Katherine Winder/Luz Maria Zornoza from Peru and Mexico’s Haramara Gaitan/Cynthia Gonzalez, respectively.

In Mixed Doubles, Jamaica’s Gareth Henry/Katherine Wynter won an exciting match against Dominican Republic’s Nelson Javier Ozuna/Daigenis Saturria with a score of 21-17, 17-21, 23-21. They will now face Alex Yuwan Tjong/Lohaynny Vicente in the quarter-finals.

This article provides an update on the latest developments in the Pan Am Games 2015 badminton tournament. Stay tuned for more updates and exciting matches.


FAQs

  1. Q: Which players have advanced to the quarter-finals of the Pan Am Games 2015?

    A: Players who have advanced to the quarter-finals include Osleni Guerrero, Kevin Cordon, Lino Munoz, Ygor Coelho de Oliveira, Sattawat Pongnairat, Andrew D’Souza, Howard Shu, Lohaynny Vicente, Fabiana Silva, Iris Wang, Jamie Subandhi, Haramara Gaitan, Michelle Li, Phillip Chew, Mario Cuba/Martin Del Valle, Job Castillo/Lino Munoz, Hugo Arthuso/Daniel Paiola, Ernesto Reyes/Leodannis Martinez, Alex Bruce/Phyllis Chan, Katherine Winder/Luz Maria Zornoza, Rachel Honderich/Michelle Li, Alex Yuwan Tjong/Lohaynny Vicente, Gareth Henry/Katherine Wynter, Nelson Javier Ozuna/Daigenis Saturria.

  2. Q: Who are the top-seeded players in the tournament?

    A: The top-seeded players in the tournament include Michelle Li in Women’s Singles.

  3. Q: How did the Brazilian players perform in the tournament?

    A: Brazilian players Lohaynny Vicente and Fabiana Silva have advanced to the quarter-finals in the Women’s Singles category.

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Conclusion

The Pan Am Games 2015 badminton tournament is in full swing, with several exciting matches taking place. Players from different countries are showcasing their skills and competing for a spot in the quarter-finals. Stay updated with all the latest news and results from the tournament by visiting the Carnegiecentre website.