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Mark Lamsfuss & Isabel Herttrich lost the quarter finals in a very close match! (Photo: Mark Phelan)
Lamsfuss/Herttrich drew the short straw
Date: 5/3/2019 11:13 PM
Published by : Mireille van Daal

The Super 300 tournament in New Zealand has ended for Mark Lamsfuss & Isabel Herttrich (Germany). The German mixed doubles pair were the last Europeans remaining in this tournament.

Lamsfuss and Herttrich were the ones to kick off the quarter final day against Chi-Ling Wang/Chi Ya Cheng (Chinese Taipei). The audience immediately got to see one of the most exciting matches of the day: The 21-19 20-22 and 21-17 score in more than an hour time shows that the match had plenty of action.

Unfortunately the score was not in advantage of the Germans. Untill 14-14 in the third game, the match could go both ways. But Wang & Cheng took off and took the win as well.

- It was a tough and close match! Lamsfuss stated on social media after the match.

Read: Over six retain their titles

Sudirman Cup

- On the one hand I feel disappointed but on the other hand I am happy with our performance! Lamsfuss continued

- Next tournament will be Sudirman Cup :)!

The Sudirman Cup will take place in Nanjing, China and will start on the 19th of May. Germany is placed in group 2B with Canada, Singapore and Israel.

Find all the matches and reults of the BARFOOT & THOMPSON New Zealand Open 2019 here

Find the draw of the Sudirman Cup 2019 here

Can’t sleep? Follow the livestream matches of the BARFOOT & THOMPSON New Zealand Open 2019 at the Badmintonworld tv youtube channel

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