The 31-year-old beat Deden, 20, of the Netherlands 6-4 at the Tofiq Bahramov Stadium to move through to a clash with Denmark's Jager in the next round.
"I know she's strong. I am too and I know I can beat her. Just because she was second in qualification, that doesn't mean I'm going to let her win."
"What happened with Natalia Valeeva proves you can expect anything, especially in a setting like this. It has proven yet again that ranking and experience is not everything. It's a pity because I would have loved to shoot against her myself."