IBL highlights, Day 6: Lee Chong Wei guides Mumbai Masters to 4-1 win over Delhi Smashers

Updated: 21 August 2013 16:13 IST

Lee Chong Wei, Tine Baun and Mark Zwiebler helped Mumbai Masters crush Delhi Smashers 4-1 at Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Stadium in Mumbai.

IBL highlights, Day 6: Lee Chong Wei guides Mumbai Masters to 4-1 win over Delhi Smashers

00:05 (IST): Mixed doubles: Lee Chong Wei and Tine Baun beat V Diju and Prajakta Sawant of Delhi Smashers 21-18 15-21 11-5 to help Mumbai Masters win 4-1

23:53 (IST): Mixed doubles:
Lee Chong Wei and Tine Baun of Mumbai Masters lose second game to V Diju and Prajakta Sawant of Delhi Smashers 15-21.

23:29 (IST): Mixed doubles: Lee Chong Wei and Tine Baun of Mumbai Masters take the first game against V Diju and Prajakta Sawant of Delhi Smashers 21-18.

23:22 (IST): Mixed doubles: Lee Chong Wei and Tine Baun of Mumbai Masters vs V Diju and Prajakta Sawant of Delhi Smashers.

23:14 (IST): Mark Zwiebler beats B Sai Praneeth of Delhi Smashers 18-21 21-10 11-9 to give Mumbai Masters 3-1 lead.

22:59 (IST): Mark Zwiebler of Mumbai Masters beats B Sai Praneeth of Delhi Smashers 21-10 in the second game.

22:42 (IST): B Sai Praneeth of Delhi Smashers wins the first game 21-18 against Mark Zwiebler of Mumbai Masters.

22:15 (IST): Boon Hoeng Tan and Kien Keat Koo of Delhi Smashers beat Mumbai Masters' Manu Attri and Sumeeth Reddy 14-21, 21-15, 11-7. Delhi now trail 1-2, with two matches to play.

22:02 (IST): Boon Hoeng Tan and Kien Keat Koo of Delhi Smashers fight back to take the second game against Manu Attri and Sumeeth Reddy of Mumbai Masters 21-15.

21:43 (IST): Manu Attri and Sumeeth Reddy of Mumbai Masters take the first game against Boon Hoeng Tan and Kien Keat Koo of Delhi Smashers 21-14.

21:26 (IST): Men's doubles. Manu Attri and Sumeeth Reddy of Mumbai Masters vs Boon Hoeng Tan and Kien Keat Koo of Delhi Smashers.

21:20 (IST): Tine Baun of Denmark thrashes Arundhati Pantawane of Delhi Smashers 21-11 21-13 to give Mumbai Masters a 2-0 lead.

21:15 (IST): Tine Baun of Denmark racing away in the second game against Arundhati Pantawane of Delhi Smashers. She now leads by 14-9.

21:09 (IST): Tine Baun of Denmark continues to dominate Arundhati Pantawane of Delhi Smashers in the second game. She is now 7-3 ahead.

21:04 (IST): Tine Baun of Denmark takes the first game against Arundhati Pantawane of Delhi Smashers 21-11.

21:01 (IST): Cricketers Sachin Tendulkar and Ajit Agarkar cheering their home team Mumbai Masters from the stands.

20:58 (IST): Tine Baun go 14-6 up against Arundhati Pantawane of Delhi Smashers in the first game.

20:52 (IST): Tine Baun of Mumbai Masters leads Arundhati Pantawane of Delhi Smashers 7-2 in the first game.

20:49 (IST): Lee Chong Wei is seen interacting with Sachin Tendulkar. Mumbai Masters owner Nagarjuna too joins them.

20:44 (IST): Next up: Women's singles. Arundhati Pantawane (in pic) of Delhi Smashers vs Tine Baun of Mumbai Masters.

20:41 (IST): Lee Chong Wei beats Daren Liew of Delhi Smashers 21-12 21-16 to give Mumbai Masters 1-0 lead.

20:34 (IST): Mumbai Masters' Lee Chong Wei is back in lead. He is 14-13 up against Daren Liew of Delhi Smashers in the second game.

20:26 (IST): Daren Liew of Delhi Smashers fights back in the second game to lead Mumbai Masters' Lee Chong Wei 7-5.

20:19 (IST): Mumbai Masters' Lee Chong Wei beats Daren Liew of Delhi Smashers 21-12 in the first game.

20:15 (IST):
Mumbai Masters' Lee Chong Wei leads Daren Liew of Delhi Smashers 14-9 in the first game.

20:08 (IST): World number one Lee Chong Wei takes 7-2 lead against Daren Liew of Delhi Smashers in the first game.

19:45 (IST): In the first tie of the day Lee Chong Wei of Mumbai Masters takes on Daren Liew of Delhi Smashers in the men's singles.

19:30 (IST): In the absence of the Olympic silver-medallist, who has been signed for USD 135,000, Mumbai fielded Russian champion Vladimir Ivanov in the singles. The world No. 14, a steal for Mumbai at his base price of USD 15,000, did not let his team down and won both his singles matches in impressive fashion, at Delhi and Lucknow, besides doing his bit in the doubles too.

19:15 (IST): Teams
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Delhi Smashers: Nichaon Jindapon (Thailand), Boon Hoeng Tan (Malaysia), Jwala Gutta (India), Daren Liew (Malaysia), Kien Keat Koo (Malaysia), HS Prannoy (India), Sai Praneeth (India), Arundhati Pantawane (India), V Diju (India), Prajakta Sawant (India). Coach: Rashid Sidek

Mumbai Masters: Lee Chong Wei (Malaysia), Mark Zwiebler (Germany), Tine Baun (Denmark), Pranaav Jerry Chopra (India), Manu Attri (India), Siki Reddy (India), PC Thulasi (India), Vladimir Ivanov(Russia), Rasika Raje (India), Sumeeth Reddy (India). Coach: Tey Seu Bock

Preview

# Fit-again world number one men's singles player Lee Chong Wei will make his debut today and is likely to take on B Sai Praneeth of Delhi Smashers in the first game of the day.

# Mumbai Masters' Lee is the costliest player of the tournament at USD 135,000.

# Delhi Smashers and Mumbai Masters are tied at fourth place on the points table with 6 points.

Recap of yesterday's match

# Hyderabad Hotshots thrashed Pune Pistons 4-1 to go top of the table with 11 points

# Saina Nehwal of Hotshots came from a set down to beat world number three Juliane Schenk in women's singles.

# Hotshots' Ajay Jayaram stunned Vietnamese world number five Tien Minh Nguyen 21-19 21-8 in the opening men's singles.

Playing rules

# The standard two-point gap to win a game has been abandoned in favour of a race to 21 points for the first two games and 11 points for the decider, if needed. There will also be a minute's break after the seventh and 14th points in the first two games and after the sixth point in the decider.

# All ties, including the August 31 final in Mumbai, will have five matches -- two men's singles, and one each in women's singles, men's doubles and mixed doubles.

# Each team, comprising four foreign players, six Indians and one upcoming Indian junior, will play on a home-and-away basis in the preliminary league, with the top four qualifying for the semi-finals.

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