England's challenge at the Li-Ning Singapore Open came to an end today at the quarter-final stage when Rajiv Ouseph bowed out of the men's singles and Chris Adcock and Gabby White fell in the mixed doubles.
Rajiv Ouseph knocked out fourth seed Kenichi Tago in straight games to reach the quarter-finals of the men's singles at the Li-Ning Singapore Open. Chris Adcock and Gabby White are also through to the last eight of the mixed doubles.
Chris Adcock and Gabby White knocked out reigning European champions Robert Mateusiak and Nadiezda Zieba in the mixed doubles first round at the Li-Ning Singapore Open today. Chris Langridge and Heather Olver were equally impressive in knocking out No.8 seeds Markis Kido and Pia Zebadiah Bernadeth.
The Li-Ning Singapore Open Superseries event got under way in Singapore City today but Andrew Ellis and Lauren Smith missed out on a place in the main draw of the mixed doubles.
BADMINTON England send their congratulations to former international Derek Talbot on being appointed an MBE in the Birthday Honours.
England's players are in Singapore City this week for the third and final leg of their latest Asian tour with Chris Adcock and Andrew Ellis looking to build on their quarter-final performance in Indonesia. Gabby White and Lauren Smith (pictured) face an action replay against Japan's Yuriko Miki and Koharu Yonemoto.