Teams Day TWO : Top seeds secure quarters spots

World Junior Teams – Day TWO

Another day of Pool matches as teams jostled for placings with the quarter-finals in mind, seven of the top eight seeds securing their playoff spots …

Morning Roundup – top four through to quarters:

No upsets as the eight higher seeded teams all won their matches 3-0. Top seeds Egypt, Malaysia, Hong Kong and England kept their winning records intact to guarantee they will be in the quarter-finals.

Switzerland also booked their quarter-final place – they’ll face Egypt tomorrow to determine the Pool A top positions.

In Pool B Canada took their first win, but will most likely need to beat Malaysia tomorrow to make the last eight with Australia taking on Japan.

USA notched up a second win and will look for one more tonight to set up a Pool D decider against England, while in Pool C India made it two from two and will aim for a third win tonight to set up a pool C decider against Hong Kong.

Evening Roundup – USA & India clinch playoff spots

India and USA duly recorded their second 3-0 wins of the day, setting up clashes against Hong Kong and England tomorrow to decide the top two positions in Pools C and D.

Ireland and South Africa also won, meaning that they will meet New Zealand and Korea to decide third and fourth places in C and D.

Playing Order : 1-3-2

Time, P, Team 1, RES, Team 2, Court

11.00, A, [1] Egypt,3-0 , [9] France, GC
11.00, A, [8] Switzerland,3-0 , [16] Singapore, C10
11.00, B, [2] Malaysia,3-0 , [10] Australia, C8
11.00, B, [7] Canada,3-0 , [14] Japan, C9
11.00, C, [6] India,3-0 , [13] Ireland, C3
11.00, C, [3] Hong Kong,3-0 , [18] Chinese Taipei, C4
11.00, D, [5] USA,3-0 , [15] South Africa, C7
11.00, D, [4] England,3-0 ,  [17] Sweden, C2
18.00, C, [6] India, 3-0, [11] New Zealand, C3
18.00, C, [13] Ireland, 3-0, [18] Chinese Taipei, C2
18.00, D, [5] USA, 3-0, [12] Korea, GC
18.00, D, [15] South Africa, 2-1, [17] Sweden, C4

Evening session results
Morning Session Results

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