Seo Hyo-won, The Eldest Member of the Table Tennis Team

[Asian Games] Seo Hyo-won, The Eldest Member of the Table Tennis Team, is Eliminated in the Round of 16 in Singles

There is a high possibility of the final AG stage… Shin Yu-bin cruises to the quarterfinals

Seo Hyo-won

Seo Hyo-won (60th, Korea Exchange), the ‘eldest sister’ of the Korean women’s table tennis team,

completed what could be her last challenge by being eliminated in the round of 16 in the women’s singles at the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games.

Seo Hyo-won lost to Taiwanese powerhouse Zheng Yijing (14th) 2-4 (11-8 11-9 5-11 4-11 7-11 9) in the women’s singles round of 16 of the tournament held at the Archer Canal Sports Park Gymnasium in Hangzhou, China on the 29th. -11) and lost. 카지노사이트

With this, Seo Hyo-won finished the competition by winning one bronze medal in the women’s team event.

Seo Hyo-won, who had recently performed well, was the women’s singles runner in this competition along with ‘ace’ Shin Yu-bin (Korean Air),

but she did not perform as well as expected.

For Seo Hyo-won, 36 years old, this is likely to be her last Asian Games.

Asian Games

Seo Hyo-won has represented the national team in the Asian Games for three consecutive times since the 2014 Incheon Games,

won a total of two bronze medals at the 2018 Jakarta-Palembang Games (women’s team event) and this tournament.

Yubin Shin defeated Singapore’s Zheng Jian (70th) 4-0 (11-7 11-9 11-5 11-2) and cruised to the quarterfinals.

Shin Yu-bin competes with Taiwan’s Zhen Zhi-you (48th) to advance to the semifinals.

Zhen Zhiyow defeated Hong Kong powerhouse Du Hoi Kem (32nd) 4-1 (9-11 11-7 11-8 11-6 11-8).

In men’s doubles, the pair of Woo-jin Jang and Jong-hoon Lim (Korea Exchange) defeated the pair of Doan Van Tuan and Nguyen An Thu (Vietnam) 3-0 (11-7 11-6 11-5) and advanced to the quarterfinals.

The pair of Ahn Jae-hyun (Korea Exchange) and Park Kang-hyeon (Korea Water Resources Corporation),

who had raised expectations by winning a bronze medal at the previous Pyeongchang Asian Championships.

Defeated Japan’s Taise Matsushita and Mizuki Oikawa 0-3 (7-11 8-11 😎 in the round of 16. 11),

ending the tournament schedule.

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