Britain's Chris and Gabby Adcock lose their mixed doubles semi-final against top seeds Zheng Siwei and Cheng Qingchen of China.Read more
BBC Olympic sports reporter
Britain's Gabby and Chris Adcock lose their mixed doubles semi-final against top seeds Zheng Siwei and Cheng Qingchen of China.
British duo Chris and Gabby Adcock are knocked out in the semi-finals to dominant Chinese top seeds Zheng Siwei and Cheng Qingchen. Despite saving match points in the second game, the pressure told and they now have to settle for a bronze medal, losing 21-15, 23-21.
Axelsen (Den) bt Chen (Chn) 21-9 21-10
Ahmad & Natsir (Idn) bt Lee & Chau (HK) 21-16 21-13
Ahsan & Saputro (Idn) bt Kamura & Sonoda (Jpn) 21-12 21-15
Chen & Jia (Chn) bt Matsumoto & Takahashi (Jpn) 21-17 21-15
Okuhara (Jpn) bt Nehwal (Ind) 12-21 21-17 21-10
Lin (Chn) bt Son (Kor) 21-17 21-14
Fukushima & Hirota (Jpn)bt Juhl & Pedersen (Den) 21-17, 19-21, 21-14
Zheng & Chen (Chi) bt Adcock & Adcock (GB) 21-15, 23-21
Chai & Hong (Chn) bt Liu & Zhang (Chn) 21-17, 21-19
Pusarla (Ind) bt Chen (Chn) 21-13,21-10
Saturday 26 August - Semi-finals, session one & semi-finals, session two
Sunday 27 August - Finals
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