The three players who made every possible semi-final possible (Rémi Rossi, Coralie Bouttin and Johanna Kou) met in the opening Semi-Final match this afternoon. Kou won the Gold in 2007 and Silver in 2011 and will now be looking to get the full set in the bronze medal play-off’s tomorrow as Rossi and Bouttin defeated the second seeds from New Caledonia.
Meanwhile, Fiji’s Burty Molia and Karyn Gibson will be looking to double up on their Gold (having won the Mixed Team event) in the Mixed Doubles – a combination which proved pivotal in Fiji’s triumph earlier this week.
- Remi Rossi/Coralie Bouttin (TAH) vs Morgan Paitio/Johanna Kou  (NCL) 21-14 21-15
- Burty Molia/Karyn Gibson (FIJ) vs Yohan De Geoffroy/Cecilia Moussy (NCL) 21-16 16-21 21-17
Tahiti are guaranteed two medals in the Men’s Singles as Rémi Rossi won his place in the Gold medal play-off tomorrow, while his opponent and fellow Tahitina, Quentin Bernaix, will compete for bronze.
It was heartbreak for 17-year-old Louis Beaubois in the second Men’s Singles Semi-Final. The rapidly-improving Tahitian shuttler was 18-14 up in the third game, but the New Caledonian big hitter, Yohan De Geoffroy held his nerve to win the third game 21-19.
- Rémi Rossi  (TAH) vs Quentin Bernaix (TAH) 21-11 21-7
- Yohan De Geoffroy (NCL) vs Louis Beaubois (TAH) 21-15 11-21 21-19