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24 Mar 06 08:08
Tracy Hallam.  

Tracy Hallam shows why she's
ranked No.10 in the world.

Top seed Tracey Hallam of England was outstanding in her 21-10 21-6 win over Rachel Hindley of New Zealand in the Women's Singles Quarter Finals.

Hallam's court coverage and shot execution was worthy of her No.10 world ranking, and she is sure to have gold in her sights.

Second-seeded Mew Choo Wong of Malaysia continued her dominance of the bottom half of the women's draw with a 21-10, 21-8 win over Aiying Xing of Singapore.

Unseeded Elizabeth Cann of Jersey easily accounted for Lalji Aparna Popat of India, 21-13, 21-14 in front of a small group of vocal supporters. Cann had better court coverage and more accurate shot placement than her error-riddled opponent.

Eighth-seeded Susan Hughes of Scotland faced stiff resistance from Fan Frances Liu of Singapore, but advanced to the Semi Finals with a 21-18, 21-19 win.

For more results, visit the Badminton Schedule and Results section of this Website.

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