Shin Yu-bin, WTT Champions Table Tennis Quarterfinals

Shin Yu-bin, WTT Champions Table Tennis Quarterfinals… Lee Sang-soo Completely Defeats World No. 1 Pan Zhendong

Lim Jong-hoon, who crossed the Great Wall of China, faces China’s Wang Chu-qin, ranked second in the world, again in the quarterfinals.

Yu-bin Shin

Shin Yu-bin (world ranking 8th, Korean Air), who won the gold medal at the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games,

and veteran Lee Sang-soo (28th place, Samsung Life Insurance) advanced to the quarterfinals of the World Table Tennis (WTT) Champions Frankfurt.

As Shin Yu-bin defeated Germany’s Sabine Winter (70th) 3-1 (11-6 11-2 10-12 11-6)

in the second round of the women’s singles on the third day of the tournament

held in Frankfurt, Germany on the 1st (local time) to advance to the quarterfinals. 바카라사이트

Yu-bin Shin, who gave Korean table tennis its first gold medal in 21 years with Jeon Ji-hee (36th place, Mirae Asset Securities) at the Hangzhou Asian Games,

returned to Korea after straining her back at the WTT Star Contender Lanzhou Tournament in the middle of last month and withdrawing from the women’s doubles final.

Shin Yu-bin showed good condition by defeating Fuyu (46th, Portugal) 3-0 in the first round and easily defeating even an empty field on this day.

Shin Yu-bin’s opponent in the quarterfinals is China’s Sun Ying-sha, ranked No. 1 in the world.

Lee Sang-soo

In men’s singles, Lee Sang-soo and Lim Jong-hoon (15th place, Korea Exchange) both broke down the ‘Great Wall of China’.

Lee Sang-soo caused a stir by defeating world No. 1 Pan Zhendong 3-1 (11-7 9-11 11-8 13-11) in the round of 16.

It was an even more meaningful victory because Lee Sang-soo had lost all 14 matches against Pan Zhendong.

Lee Sang-soo defeated Germany’s veteran Timo Boll (62nd),

who had lost all three matches in the first round, 3-1.

Lee Sang-soo will compete in the quarterfinals against the winner of Germany’s Chudang (14th) and Felix Lebrun (8th) to advance to the semifinals.

Lim Jong-Hoon, who won two silver medals and one bronze medal at the Hangzhou Asian Games,

also defeated China’s Liang Jingkun (6th) 3-1 (11-9 11-9 8-11 11-9).

Lim Jong-hoon will face China’s Wang Chu-qin, ranked second in the world, in the quarterfinals.

Women’s singles Joo Cheon-hee (20th place, Samsung Life Insurance) is about to face Monaco’s Yang Shaoxin (13th place) in the second round.

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