Lizzie Tolman and Estelle van Leeuwen exited on the quarter-final levels of the Abu Dhabi Masters with defeat to Stine Kuespert and Emma Moszczynski.
The German second seeds edged the primary recreation 21-19 in opposition to the Belgian Worldwide silver medallists earlier than finishing their victory with a extra decisive 21-12 win within the second.
The English pair comfortably beat Czech duo Veronika Brozkovcova and Veronika Dobiasova 21-12 21-13 within the spherical of 16 earlier than arising quick within the final eight.
Van Leeuwen was additionally in combined doubles motion alongside Callum Hemming, with the pair falling to a hard-fought spherical of 16 defeat in opposition to seventh seeds Reddy B. Sumeeth and Ashwini Ponnappa.
Regardless of comprehensively taking the primary recreation 21-11, Van Leeuwen and Hemming have been reeled in by their Indian opponents who claimed the following two 21-17 21-16 to clinch victory.
Hemming additionally teamed up with Ethan van Leeuwen within the males’s doubles, the place they have been defeated within the spherical of 16 by high seeds Goh Sze Fei and Nur Izzuddin.
The English duo eased previous house pairing Deepak Padmakumar and Aakash Ravikumar 21-6 21-13 to arrange a tricky problem in opposition to the primary ranked group.
The Malaysians took the primary recreation 21-10 however Hemming and Van Leeuwen ran them far nearer within the second earlier than finally happening 21-19.
The lads’s doubles additionally noticed seventh seeds Rory Easton and Zach Russ exit within the spherical of 32 after a back-and-forth affair with Ruben Jille and Julien Maio.
After shedding the primary recreation 21-12, Easton and Russ then gained a marathon second 29-27 earlier than narrowly shedding the rubber 21-18.
Within the singles, Freya Redfearn was the perfect performer as she battled by qualifying to achieve the quarter finals.
Redfearn fought again from a recreation down in opposition to Eleni Christodoulou to achieve the principle draw, earlier than getting previous Hristomira Popovska and Mansi Singh to achieve the final eight.
The 22-year-old finally bowed out to India’s Unnati Hooda 21-9 21-15 to finish a powerful run in Abu Dhabi.
The lads’s singles noticed spherical of 64 defeats for Harry Huang and Heng Lin Ngan.
Huang was edged 21-17 22-20 to Collins Valentine Filimon whereas S. Sankar Muthusamy Subramanian obtained the higher of Ngan 21-15 22-20.