“We have to remind ourselves that we can’t start the match while we are dreaming.”
Teo Ee Yi following the 8-21 21-7 21-17 win over Mathias Christiansen/Niclas Nohr.
“It’s our first top five win. There’s so much we can take from this. It’s crazy, I can’t really put it into words but this is massive for us.”
Sean Vendy following the win over fifth seeds Fajar Alfian/Muhammad Rian Ardianto.
“It’s unfortunate that in all our games we lost the first game, but it’s not part of our tactics.”
Daniel Marthin after he and Leo Rolly Carnando beat Kim Astrup/Anders Skaarup Rasmussen.
“This is massive for me.”
Benyapa Aimsaard after beating Evgeniya Kosetskaya, who is ranked 104 places above her.
“I had a fall when he had match point and hurt my left shoulder. I felt it was dislocated but it went back into place.”
Prannoy H. S. after his 18-21 21-16 23-21 comeback win over Jonatan Christie.
“This is not a normal day because we beat the No.4 seeds. Ask our physio, he’ll tell you we played like superstars today.”
Thom Gicquel after he and Delphine Delrue beat Praveen Jordan/Melati Daeva Oktavianti.
“It was revenge on last week. I didn’t want to lose to the same guy in two weeks.”
Wang Tzu Wei after beating Ng Ka Long Angus.
“It’s our first time playing in Asia. It’s very nice to be here. We have to get used to the circumstances, but it has been a great experience and we have learned a lot.”
“She will have to change something if she wants to beat me, if that’s what she wants.”
Carolina Marin after setting up a last four duel with An Se Young.
“I have to change my flight. I have a flight booked home for tonight.”
Hans-kristian Solberg Vittinghus after his upset semifinal win over compatriot Anders Antonsen.
“We used our power. I have muscles.”
Wang Chi-lin after he and Lee Yang beat Aaron Chia/Soh Wooi Yik for their second title in Bangkok.
“It was quite funny and maybe the first time in history that I won a rally with a broken racket.”
Viktor Axelsen after his 21-16 21-15 quarterfinal win over Liew Daren.