Date: Jul 30, 2015
By: Dave Carroll / Staff reporter
Taiwan’s Lee Ya-hsuan won a topsy-turvy first-round doubles clash at the Jiangxi Women’s Tennis Open in Nanchang, China, yesterday to advance to the quarter-finals.
Lee and Alison Bai of Australia survived a second-set fightback to stun fourth seeds Liang Chen of China and Zhang Lin of Hong Kong 6-2, 2-6, 14-12 in a thriller at the WTA 125K tournament.
Bai and Lee, who celebrated her 20th birthday on Monday last week, saved three of seven break points and converted four of six. [FULL STORY]