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China, Korea Enter Semi-finals – Vivo BWF Sudirman Cup Day 5 Session 2
Thursday, May 14, 2015 – Text by Dev Sukumar | Badmintonphoto

Korea avenged their group defeat to Malaysia, while China once again eased past Germany in the quarter-finals of the Vivo BWF Sudirman Cup today.

Korea’s 3-1 win was set up by Men’s Doubles stars Lee Yong Dae and Yoo Yeon Seong (below), who reversed their previous defeat to Goh V Shem and Tan Wee Kiong. The early part of the match was nearly identical to the previous match, with Goh and Tan setting a frenetic pace that the Koreans struggled to handle. After they edged the Malaysians out, however, Lee and Koo gradually reasserted themselves with Lee once again expertly controlling the proceedings. The luck of the net cord didn’t go Malaysia’s way either, and the Koreans comfortably pulled through 21-18 21-16.

The “King of the Blues”, guitarist and singer BB King, has died aged 89.

King, known for his hits My Lucille, Sweet Little Angel and Rock Me Baby, died in his sleep in Las Vegas.

Born in Mississippi, King began performing in the 1940s, going on to influence a generation of musicians, and working with Eric Clapton and U2.

Once ranked as the third greatest guitarist of all time, he had been suffering ill health in recent months.

He was recently taken to hospital with a diabetes-related illness.

bbkingdieBB King started performing in the 1940s

Fellow musicians paid tribute to King including blues guitarist Buddy Guy, who often played with him.

“BB King was the greatest guy I ever met,” he wrote on Instagram.

“The tone he got out of that guitar, the way he shook his left wrist, the way he squeezed the strings… man, he came out with that and it was all new to whole guitar playin’ world.

“He could play so smooth, he didn’t have to put on a show. The way BB did it is the way we all do it now. He was my best friend and father to us all.”

Lenny Kravitz who tweeted: “BB, anyone could play a thousand notes and never say what you said in one.”

Bon Jovi guitarist Richie Sambora added: “My friend and legend BB King passed. I’m so so sad, he was so great to me. We’ve lost the King. My love and prayers to his family.”

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