Pengyu fights hard for China's win


NEW DELHI: China's second singles player Du Pengyu is expecting things to get tougher in the Thomas Cup after helping his team check into the semi-finals.

Defending champions China beat Thailand 3-0 on Thursday to become the first team to reach the last four of the Thomas Cup Finals at the Siri Fort Indoor Stadium.

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