Waratthanun Sukritthanes of Thailand at one stage was down 2-3 in quarter-final against former World Champion, Ng On Yee of Hong Kong and it was looking that she will settle down as quarter finalist only but she was more determined and recovered well by posting break of 30 points in 6th frame to set decider. Further she also won that to confirm medal for her country. Next she will be playing the reigning world champion Wendy Jans in the final.
The second semi final will be played between Amee Kamani from India and Anastasia Nechaeva from Russia.
Where Anastasia defeated Siripaporn Nuanthakhamjan of Thailand in straight set of frames 4-0, Amee oust her compatriot Chitra Magimairaj in decdier. Amee was leading 3-1 when Chitra made terrific comeback to set decider, but in the last frame, Amee curtailed her well and confirmed medal.