After an exciting start to the knock-out phase this morning at the Oshwal Centre, the semi-final pairings have been set for the men's and lady's singles competitions.
Eight quarter-finalists came from seven countries demonstrating that talent is spread quite evenly across different regions. The four semi-finalists came from Canada, Uganda, and UK. Just as with the men's results, the four women's semi-finalists were evenly spread and will feature talented ladies from the UK, Syria, India, and Canada.
A highlight from this morning was Salma Amlani of India's 21-12 and 25-23 thrilling quarter-final win over Sharin Naji of Canada. The appreciative crowd gave both players a rousing reception in recognition of the excellent efforts of both players.