Jwala Gutta, who lost her Japan Open Superseries opener along with partner Ashwini Ponnappa, said she would pull out of Korean Open which is to be held in Seoul starting September 25.The shuttler said she was down with viral fever. Gutta also said she was hoping for a quick comeback. Hit by viral fever cold cough…??????Most horrible feeling ever..will be pulling out of Korean open too..hope to get back ASAP!! Gutta Jwala (@Guttajwala) September 9, 2015The Glasgow Commonwealth Games silver medalists lost Tuesday’s match against eighth seeds Zhao Yunlei and Zhong Qianxin of China 20-22, 21-18, 13-21. The duo battled hard before going down in a match that lasted for 54 minutes. Jwala played the match despite being ill. “Sad that we lost today.The match was good though. @Guttajwala played really well despite being so sick. hope you well soon partner,” Ashwini tweeted. A quarterfinal finish in last month’s World Championships saw Jwala and Ashwini reach their career-best ranking of No 10 in women’s doubles. The duo had won the Canada Open and reached the final of the US Open.The first round defeat in Tokyo was rather shocking considering the recent form of the shuttlers.Notably, World No. 1 shuttler Saina Nehwal had opted out of the $600,000 tournament.