The Ahmedabad team became the first to qualify for the semifinal, at the Nehru Indoor Stadium.
Sourabh Verma outclassed his brother Sameer 15-14, 15-11 in the trump match to ensure Smash Masters' progress.
Sourabh took a closely fought first game and looked like running with the second as he opened up a 10-4 lead. Sameer fought back briefly but that wasn't enough as his brother looked in control.
It was a thoroughly dominant performance from the Ahmedabad team, making its debut in the league with World No.1 Tai Tzu Ying underlining her class and H S Prannoy registering an upset 15-12, 15-12 win over World No.5 Son Wan Ho.
Tzu Ying was in her elements as she dismantled Beiwen Zhang 15-9, 15-12 in quick time to put Smash Masters 3-0 ahead after three matches.
Tzu Ying wrapped up the first game pretty quickly but in the second, Zhang stretched her to level the scores at 6-6.
The 23-year-old Tzu did not allow her opponent any leeway by collecting six points in a row only to find the doughty Zhang reduce the margin at 12-14. Tzu ensured the scoreline did not change much by grabbing the match point and win 15-12.
Prannoy erased an early deficit against Wan Ho in the first game and won a close battle. It was a similar story in the second as both went neck-to-neck before the Indian pulled away in the final stages. The match was closer than the scores suggested.
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