Shin Yubin, Zhu Chengzhu sweep Women's table tennis reaches second straight Asian Games team final

South Korea defeats World No. 6 Hong Kong by a 3-0 scoreline World No. 1 China in the final tonight at 7 p.m.

The Korean women's table tennis team has reached its second consecutive team final at the 카지노사이트 Asian Table Tennis Championships.

South Korea, ranked No. 5 in the world, swept past No. 6 Hong Kong 3-0 in the women's team quarterfinals of the 2023 International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF)-Asian Table Tennis Union (ATTU) Pyeongchang Asian Championships at the Pyeongchang Dome in Pyeongchang-gun, Gangwon Province, on Friday to reach the final.

South Korea has reached the final of the Asian Championships for the second consecutive time after winning the previous edition in 2021. In 2021, they finished as runners-up to Japan. South Korea will return to the tournament after a two-year absence.

The final will take place at 7 p.m. today at the same stadium. The final opponent will be China, who advanced with a 3-0 victory over Japan. China is ranked No. 1 in the world as a team. China is the top-ranked team in women's singles, 온라인카지노 with world No. 1 Sun Yingxia and No. 2 Chen Meng.

Seo Hyo-won, ranked 61st in the world in women's singles, defeated Li Hoi-man Karen, ranked 178th in the world, 3-0 (11-8 11-7 12-10) in the first match of the day against Hong Kong. Hyo Won Seo took the first game in a close contest and held on to win the second game. At 10-10 deuce in the third game, Hyo Won Seo took control with a powerful forehand topspin attack and Karen's backhand return was out of bounds.

In the second match, World No. 9 Shin Yubin defeated World No. 55 Joo Cheong Joo 3-0 (11-6 11-8 11-7). Shin jumped out to an early lead with a powerful backhand topspin attack to take game one. After a rally at 8-8 in game two, Shin took the game on back-to-back unforced errors by Chu. Shin won the final three games to take control of the match and close out the match with relative ease.

In the third match, World No. 33 Jeon Jeon Hee defeated World No. 108 Li Ho Qing 3-0 (11-7 11-9 14-12). After taking the first game comfortably, Jeon fought back to take the second game. In a tightly contested third game, at 12-12 deuce, Jeon broke back with a powerful forehand topspin attack. 카지노사이트존 Jeon again clinched the final point with a forehand topspin attack.

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