Sarah-Jane Perry beats Tesni Evans to reach Commonwealth Games final

Sarah-Jane Perry will tomorrow contest the Women’s Singles Final of the 2018 Commonwealth Games after defeating Welsh No.1 Tesni Evans 11-6 11-3 11-8 in their 34 minute semi-final.

Sarah-Jane Perry was the first player through to the finals with an impressive straight-game win over the Welsh No.1, maintaining her impressive head-to-head record against British Champion.

The English fourth seed dominated the first two games with Evans struggling to recapture the form that saw her beat top seed Laura Massaro in the quarter-finals.

The third game was closer, with Evans keeping pace up to 8-all, but Perry finished strongly, taking the match with Evans sprawled against the side wall in a vain effort to extend the match.

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