St. Jakobshalle, Basel txt: Dille Andersen, WBSO, Int.Press photo: www.topbadminton.com The young Indonesian talent, Simon Santoso, through from the Qualifying event, takes yet another step up at this event. Today he was up against 5/8 seed Chen Yu, CHN, who last week was runner-up at the All England. Santoso played with great confidence throughout this match and took the lead from the very first stroke. First game was won with 21-10. One decisive factor was the play at the net - Santoso succeeded, Chen Yu didn't. As the match progressed Chen Yu seemed lack of confidence that he could turn it around to his own advantage. In the second game Santoso continued where he left off in the first. He kept controlling the net and furthermore sent Chen Yu from corner to corner. Chen Yu was not very good friend with the lines today, and he didn't at all play with the same spirit and confidence as he did in England just last week. Although being the better part in the second game, Santoso didn't make an ultimate break in the score until 7-7. Chen Yu didn't succeed with anything at by the minute his confidence seemed to drop off him. On numerous occassions he sent the shuttle out the backline. Santoso to the game 21-12 on the first match ball. Attached - A concentrated Simon Santoso before the match In Women's Doubles Lee Kyung Won/Lee Hyo Jung, KOR beat Duang Anong Aroonkesorn/Kunchala Voravichitchaikul, THA, in straight games 21-13, 21-15 The second Women's Doubles of the day was won by Zhao Tingting/Wei Yang, CHN as they beat their opponents, Aki Akao/Tomomi Matsuda, JPN, in three games 18-21, 21-15, 21-13 The second Men's Doubles of the day, Rian Sukmawan/Eng Hian, INA against Jae Jin Lee/Ji Man Hwang, KOR, was won in straight games 21-18, 21-17 by Sukmawan/Hian, INA. In Women's Singles Yanjiao Jiang, CHN, beat Hye Houn Hwang, KOR, 21-14, 21-18.