**Men's Doubles Gold Medal Match is set: Goh/Tan (Malaysia) vs. Fu/Zhang (China)**
**Women's Doubles Gold Medal Match is set: Matsutomo/Takahashi (Japan) vs. Pedersen/Rytter Juhl (Denmark)**
For the first time in Olympic history, there will be no Chinese representative in the Womens Doubles Final.
Updated: 6:15 PM
Women's Doubles Semifinals
The world's top ranked doubles duo from Japan defeated their Korean foes on Tueday morning to advance to the Women's Doubles Gold Medal Match on Thursday night. Dealing with the hard smashes of Korea's Shin Seung-chan throughout the match, and earning tough points on long, sustained rallies, Matsutomo and Takahashi showed why they are the world's top ranked tandem. They won the first game 21-16 and the second game 21-15 to win 2-0 and move on to the final.
5th ranked Christinna Pedersen and Kamilla Rytter Juhl knocked off the second ranked pairing in the world, China's Yaunting Tang and Yang Yu, 2-1 on Tuesday morning to advance to the Gold Medal match on Thursday night. The Danes won the first game 21-16, lost 21-14 in the second game, and hung on in game three after a late China rally to win 21-19. Throughout the match, the Chinese duo set up Pedersen and Rytter Juhl with easy points and, credit to the Danish duo, took full advantage. They move on to the Gold Medal Match against Japan's Matsutomo and Takahashi.
Men's Doubles Semifinals
Women's Singles Quarterfinals
Mixed Doubles Bronze Medal Match - 7:25 pm tonight