Artemis Routsi, partnered by Alan Buri, also won the competition in the quarter-finals of the Youth mixed pairs, with the Greek duo of Anna Kasoumi and Lazaros Scarpou 9-4.
In the second round of the Junior Doubles, the Greek duo of Anna Kasoumi and Artemis Routsi were defeated in 1 set in 9 winning games by the Japanese duo of Sugimoto Chiaki and Tao Kasoumi.
Summary of Wednesday’s results:
Men’s Singles (Consolation-Quarterfinals)
Hendri Eko Harizando (Indonesia)-Grigoris Samartzidis (Greece) 0-9 (the game is decided in 1 set, in 9 winning games)
John Peter Lui (Australia) – Vietente Campo Chapa 2-0 (a.a)
Alfredo Luis Galvez (USA) – Alexandre L’Haye Treault (Canada) 2-0 (a.a)
Youth Mixed Doubles (Quarterfinals)
Alan Buri (Poland)/ Artemis Routsi (Greece)-Anna Kasoumi/ Lazaros Skarpos (Greece) 9-4 (the game is decided in 1 set, in 9 winning games)
Maisie Caitlin Lane/ Ryder Anthony Smith (Australia)- Tao Kasumi/ Rion Yamamoto (Japan) 3-9 4 (game is decided in 1 set, in 9 winning games)
Youth Individual (semi-finals)
Vitente Campo Chapa (Spain) – Maxim Paul Giraerts (France) 0-2 (6-7, 3-6)
Marek Wako (Poland)-Sivay Pila (India) 2-0 (6-4, 6-3)
Women’s Singles (Consolation – Quarterfinals)
Bahavi Kentia (India)-Rotem Ashkenazi (Israel) 1-9 (the game is decided in 1 set, in 9 winning games)
Jana Janosikova (Slovakia)- Onorata Fujava-Wardziak (Poland) 9-0 (the game is decided in 1 set, in 9 winning games)
Geoffrey Shayk (India)-Caroline Vidal (France) 9-1 (match is decided in 1 set, in 9 winning games)
Women’s Doubles (Semifinals)
Sugimoto Tsaki/Yuriya Miyagawa (Japan)- Marine Bennet/Caroline Vidal (France) 2-0 (6-1, 6-2)
Rina Komokata/Riko Suzuki (Japan)-Ann Coinde/Julie Seireux (France) 2-0 (6-0, 6-0)
Men’s Doubles (semi-finals)
Dominique Olivier/ Maxime Sanchez (France)- Urs Ferdinand
Breitenberger/Cedric Kaufmann (Germany) 0-2 (4-6, 1-6)
Michael Alix Laurent/Vincent Novelli (France)- Haruto Imai/Naoto Oyamatsu (Japan) 2-0 (6-3, 6-4)
Junior Individual (semi-finals)
Yeva Flierko (Ukraine) – Tao Kasumi (Japan) 2-1 (4-6, 6-2, 10-4)
Sugimoto Chiaki (Japan) – Mara Opitz (Germany) 2-0 (7-6, 6-1)
Junior Doubles (2nd round)
Sugimoto Chiaki/Tao Kasumi (Japan)- Anna Kasoumi/Artemis Routsi (Greece) 9-0 (the game is decided in 1 set, in 9 winning games)
Yeva Flierko (Ukraine)/Maisy Caitlin Lane (Australia)- Mara Opitz (Germany)/Ayumi Takahashi (Japan) 8-9 1 (the game is decided in 1 set, in 9 winning games)
Mixed Doubles (Quarterfinals)
Vincent Novelli/Ann Coignet (France)- Chun Wei Wang/Chia Wen (Chinese Taipei) 0-2 (2-6, 2-6)
Imai Haruto/Riko Suzuki (Japan)- Lewis Fletcher/Phoebe Suthers (UK) 0-2 (3-6, 2-6)
Naoto Oyamatsu/Rina Komokata (Japan)- Maxime Sanchez/Caroline Vidal (France) 2-0 (6-1, 6-2)
Jaroslav Smedek/Katerina Blatsikova (Czech Republic)- Cedric Kaufmann/Mara Opitz (Germany) 2-0 (6-2, 6-2)
The schedule of the Greeks on Thursday:
Penultimate day of the Men’s Women’s and Youth World Championships with semi-finals and finals taking place.
Vasiliki Kalogeropoulou is fighting for a place in the final of the competition, against the Japanese Yuria Miyagawa.
Grigoris Samarztidis will compete in the semi-final to claim the first place in the Consolation and collect valuable points for the rise in the ranking list against the Japanese Kaneko Ato.
In the Youth Mixed Pairs, the Greek-Polish duo of Alan Barry and Artemis Routsi compete in the semi-finals with the corresponding Japanese Ayumi Takahashi and Taiga Yamamoto.
In the junior doubles, for the third round, the Greek duo of Anna Kasoumi and Artemis Routsi with the German-Japanese duo of Mara Opitz and Ayumi Takahashi.
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