Women's Table Tennis Defeats Difficult Enemy Thailand

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[Asian Games] Women's Table Tennis, Defeats 'Difficult Enemy' Thailand, Takes First Place in Group, Advances to Quarterfinals... Damage to China and Japan

The Korean women's table tennis team defeated Thailand, a difficult enemy, and advanced to the quarterfinals of the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games as first place in the group.

The Korean women's table tennis team, led by coach Oh Gwang-heon, defeated Thailand with a match score of 3-0 in the second match of Group D of the table tennis women's team event held at the Gungsu Canal Sports Park Gymnasium in Hangzhou, China on the afternoon of the 22nd.

In Korea, Shin Yu-bin (9th place, Korean Air), Jeon Ji-hee (33rd place, Mirae Asset Securities), and Seo Hyo-won (60th place, Korea Racing Authority) participated in that order. 온라인카지노사이트

Thailand is a team that has shown the most remarkable growth in Southeast Asia recently, so a difficult match was expected.

Korea, which won 3-0 in the first match against Pakistan held in the morning, completely defeated Thailand and advanced directly to the quarterfinals as first place in the group.

They successfully passed the first hurdle and were matched up against the 'strongest' China or Japan until the quarterfinals.

Korea will play the quarterfinals on the 24th against the team that won the round of 16.

The tournament bracket will be completed through a draw held after the group stage concludes on the 23rd.

Korea will attempt to advance to the finals for the first time in 33 years since the 1990 Beijing Games, where it won a silver medal.

The 'return match' between Shin Yu-bin and Thailand's promising star Orawan Paranang (67th), which attracted a lot of attention, did not take place due to conflicting orders.

Shin Yu-bin suffered a crushing blow to her pride when she lost to Farah Nang in the singles round of 16 at the Asian Championships held in Pyeongchang, Gangwon Province earlier this month.

Shin Yu-bin took the lead with a 3-0 (11-3 11-9 11-5) win over Thailand's ace Sutashini Sawetabud (39th).

In the second singles, Jeon Ji-hee defeated Paranang 3-0 (11-4 11-2 11-8), and in the third singles, Seo Hyo-won defeated Tamolwan Ketkuan 3-0 (11-9 11-8 11-9).

He completed the victory in a no loss game.

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