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Singapore's women paddlers have traditionally flown the national flag higher than their male counterparts.
With a couple of Olympic medals to their name and perhaps an even larger feather in their cap - a famous win over mighty China at the 2010 World Championships - there is little doubt that Singapore's table tennis women have regularly outperformed the men.
At the Asian Games in Incheon, South Korea, even with world No. 10 Yu Mengyu out injured and fourth-ranked Feng Tianwei carrying a knee injury, the women managed to win a bronze medal in the team event, while the men were chasing shadows.
Gao Ning and Li Hu beat the Japanese pair of Jun Mizutani and Seiya Kishikawa 3-1 in the quarter-finals of the men's doubles competition at the Suwon Gymnasium.
Read the full report in our print edition on Oct 03.
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