first_imgWei had an easy 15-3 win in the first game, but the Wei had an easy 15-3 win in the first game, but the gritty Chennai player, a seasoned shuttler from Indonesia, gave a stiff resistance and went on to win the second game 15-12. Wei, however, had the last laugh with a 15-8 win in the deciding game. Lee Chong Wei said: “A very good match and I enjoyed it. First game went as per my game-plans as I managed to dominate the game. Sony Dwi came very strongly in the second game and gave a tough fight to take the game. He surprised me with his attacking skills and quick returns. In the third game, I just kept calm and concentrated on my strategies, which yielded positive result in my favour.” Hyderabads P Kashyap, a Commonwealth gold medallist, disappointed again in the PBL as he lost to Simon Santoso of Chennai 12-15 12-15. It was a clash of equals as both Kashyap and Santoso tried to outsmart each other. Santoso, a seasoned player from Indonesia, appeared determined not to let his Indian opponent gain an upper hand. The last match of the day — the Trump match of Hyderabad — was the mens doubles in which Carsten Mogensen-Markis Kido of Hyderabad beat Chris Adcock-Pranav Chopra of Chennai 15-12 15-13. PTI SJR PDS PDSlast_img

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