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Hopefully, I can continue the winning run," said a delighted Zulkarnain.Zulkarnain will now run into another Indian, the doughty Sameer Verma, in the next round."Now, I have to be well-prepared against my Spanish opponent in the quarterfinals," Sindhu added.

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Malaysian qualifier Iskandar Zulkarnain caused the biggest upset of the India Open 2018, a part of the BWF World Tour 500, when he took down home favourite and World No. NEW DELHI: Malaysian qualifier Iskandar Zulkarnain caused the biggest upset of the India Open 2018, a part of the BWF World Tour 500, when he took down home favourite and World No.

3 Kidambi Srikanth in straight games here on Thursday.

Terming it as "important victory" for their partnership, Ashwini said, "it was a crazy finish.

We really wanted to win this as we were leading (in the match).Our video sections: Nude Beach, Beach Cabin, Locker Room, Upskirt, Spy Camera, WC, Shower Room.Our gallery sections: Amateur Pictures, Voyeur Sneaks, Hardcore Pictures.Iskandar picked up shuttles from unimaginable positions which made it tough for me." Olympic champion Carolina Marin faced a tough examination from Chinese teenager Gao Fangjie before entering the quarterfinal round while Indian heavyweights PV Sindhu, Saina Nehwal and eighth seed Sai Praneeth eased into the last eight stage without much fuss.In one of the longest matches of the tournamentthat lasted one hour and 23 minutes, Marin had to use all her experience to down the 19-year-old China Open runner-up 15-21, 21-15, 21-11.The 26-year-old Zulkarnain, ranked 85th in the world, made the most of an error-prone display by his much higher-ranked rival to win 21-19, 21-17 in 43 minutes at the Siri Fort Complex indoor courts.

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