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But the Finnish seventh seed took the next two points to level the match and finally clinched the 61-minute contest by taking the decider 21-14.

Merrilees said: “I think my opponent played better to be fair. I know he can be world class if he wants, so it’s a hard game to prepare for because I don’t really know what he’s going to do.

“Some days, if he wants, he can be top 60 in the world, but other day’s he doesn’t want to play. I think because I won the first game so comfortably, maybe both of us didn’t get a feel for the hall, but once he got his length it was quite difficult for me.”

Gilmour is also in action in the women’s doubles where she and Edinburgh’s Jillie Cooper start with a bye as they look to build on their runners-up spot in Brno.

Tomorrow they face a tough second-round match with second seeds Johanna Goliszewski and Birgit Michels of Germany. It is the first time the pairs have met.

Longniddry’s Paul Van Rietvelde and England’s Marcus Ellis also have a first-round bye in the men’s doubles before meeting Germany’s Peter Kaesbauer and Josche Zurwonne tomorrow in another first-time meeting.

To view all today’s results go to www.tournamentsoftware.com

 

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