Liliana Fernandez and Elsa Baquerizo In the early hours of Sunday to Monday in Spain they faced a very complicated round of 16 duel – the round they fell in at London 2012 and Euro 2016 – against the Canadians. Sarah Pavan and Melissa Humana Paredes on sand Shiokazi Park.
The Spanish pair who struggled at this stage were ranked after their 2-0 win (21-15, 21-10) over the Japanese. Miki Ishi and Megumi Murakami, 21-13 resulted in the first clear set.
The Canadians were very effective throughout the first phase. The challenge for the second group was to find something that had not yet been achieved in Japan: that Second in the world ranking of the International Federation and the world champions in Hamburg 2019 Sarah and Melissa lose a set to force a third to dream of the next stage.
But it can not be. The world champion did not compromise in any part of the event. Although the Spaniards, who would part their ways as confirmed by Marca Baquerizo with their desire to start a family, managed to make up the second group with four consecutive points.
Canadians will seek a place in the semi-finals against the Australians Mariavi Artacho and Talico Clancy. Finally, Canada won the power with a score of 21-13 Spain’s dream ended in the sand.