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Women's Table Tennis Fails to Overcome the 'Great Wall of China' and Takes Second Place at the Asian Championships for the Second Time in a Row

Shin Yu-bin, Jeon Ji-hee, and Yang Ha-eun lost 0-3 in the final against China.

Korean women's table tennis failed to overcome the 'Great Wall' of China and won a silver medal in the team event at the 2023 Pyeongchang Asian Table Tennis Championships. 카지노사이트

Korea's Shin Yu-bin (Korean Air), Jeon Ji-hee (Mirae Asset Securities, and Yang Ha-eun (POSCO International)) lost to China with a match score of 0-3 in the women's team final on the third day of the competition held at Pyeongchang Dome in Gangwon-do on the 5th.

In addition to Shin Yu-bin (9th, singles world rankings), Jeon Ji-hee (33rd), and Yang Ha-eun (67th), Korea formed a women's team team with Seo Hyo-won (61st, Korea Racing Authority) and Lee Eun-hye (80th, Korean Air). I hung a silver medal around my neck.

Korea finished second in the women's team event for the second consecutive time following the 2021 Doha Games, in which China did not participate due to quarantine issues due to the novel coronavirus infection (Corona 19).

The winner of the Doha Games is Japan.

In the semifinals of the PyeongChang Games, Japan, which lost to China, and Hong Kong, which lost to Korea, both won bronze medals.

Korean women's national team players continue their hunt for individual medals in mixed doubles, women's doubles, and women's singles.

A team event featuring players ranked 1st to 5th in the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) singles rankings, including Sun Yingsha (1st), Chen Meng (2nd), Wang Yidi (3rd), Chen Xingtong (4th), and Wang Manyu (5th). China, which formed the team, recaptured the women's team championship title four years after the 2019 Yogyakarta Games.

Compared to the semifinals, coach Oh Kwang-heon of the Korean women's national team made a change by subtracting the defensive type Seo Hyo-won (Korea Racing Association) and inserting the attacking type Yang Ha-eun, and more actively countered China's offensive.

China, led by coach Marin, replaced 4th place Chen Xingtong, who played in the quarterfinals and semifinals, and replaced 3rd place Wang Yidi, standing in front of the final table with an even tighter line.

Starting from the first singles match, the ace of both teams, Shin Yu-bin and Sun Ying-sha, took place.

Shin Yu-bin competed without backing down even an inch.

In the beginning, she was ahead by one point.

However, she began to lose little by little to Sun Yingsha's sophisticated attacks, and eventually she lost with a game score of 0-3 (8-11 7-11 7-11).

Ji-hee Jeon, who faced Chen Meng in the second singles, turned her tide once in three games, but ultimately bowed out with a score of 1-3 (5-11 6-11 11-9 6-11).

In the 3 singles, she was defeated by Yang Ha-eun and Wang Yi-di 0-3 (1-11 4-11 6-11).

In the men's team event, the Korean national team, led by coach Joo Se-hyuk, will play the semifinals against China at 12 noon on the 6th.

Meanwhile, in the mixed doubles, where the winning group is given a ticket to the 2024 Paris Olympics, the Korean groups reached the round of 16 on this day.

The pair of Lim Jong-hoon (Korea Exchange) and Shin Yu-bin defeated Singapore's Chu Ju-wi and Zeng Jian 3-1 (11-9 11-7 7-11 15-13) in the round of 32.

The pair of Lim Jong-hoon and Shin Yu-bin won the World Table Tennis (WTT) Contender Rio de Janeiro 2023 in August, just before this tournament.

The pair of Jang Woo-jin and Jeon Ji-hee defeated Kazakhstan's Kirill Gerasimenko and Anastasia Lavrova 3-0 (11-5 11-9 11-9).