Women’s Table Tennis Secures Bronze Medal in Team Event

[Asian Games] Women’s Table Tennis Secures Bronze Medal in Team Event

‘Korea-Japan Match’ in Semi-Finals

The men also advanced to the semifinals and secured a bronze medal…

In North Korea, both men and women were eliminated.

The Korean men’s and women’s table tennis national teams secured bronze medals in the team event at the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games.

The Korean women’s national team, led by coach Oh Kwang-heon,

advanced to the semifinals by defeating Hong Kong with a match score of 3-1

in the quarterfinals of the women’s team event held at the Archer Canal Sports Park Gymnasium in Hangzhou, China on the 24th.

Table Tennis

In the Asian Games table tennis, there is no match for 3rd or 4th place, 카지노사이트탑

but bronze medals are awarded to both teams that lose in the semifinals.

Korean women’s table tennis advanced to the semifinals of the Asian Games team event for the second time in a row,

following the 2018 Jakarta-Palembang Games where they won a bronze medal.

Korea will play the semifinals against Japan, which defeated Chinese Taipei 3-0,

on the 25th at 12 noon, Korean time.

Korea started the match uneasy as ‘ace’ Shin Yu-bin (8th place, Korean Air),

who played in the first singles, lost to Du Hoi Kem (32nd place) 1-3 (9-11 12-10 8-11 7-11). .

However, Jeon Ji-hee (33rd, Mirae Asset Securities), who played in the second singles,

defeated Joo Cheong-ju (51st) 3-1 (8-11 11-9 11-7 13-11),

Seo Hyo-won (60th, Korea Racing Authority) in the third singles.

achieved a comeback by defeating Lee Ho-ching (113th) 3-2 (6-11 11-6 11-6 4-11 11-8).

Shin Yu-bin

Shin Yu-bin, who was in charge of the 4th singles match, did not lose twice.

They secured a 3-0 (11-7 11-7 11-6) victory over Jucheongju and advanced to the semifinals.

In the men’s team quarterfinals that followed, Korea,

led by coach Joo Se-hyuk, defeated India 3-0 and advanced to the semifinals.

In Korea, Ahn Jae-hyun (38th place, Korea Exchange), Park Kang-hyeon (176th place, Korea Water Resources Corporation),

Oh Jun-seong (97th place, Mirae Asset Securities) took the victory one after another.

Korea meets Iran, which defeated Japan 3-0, in the semifinals.

North Korea, which only advanced to the women’s quarterfinals, lost 2-3 to Thailand and was eliminated.

The men’s team semifinals will feature matches between Korea-Iran and China-Taiwan,

while the women’s semifinals will feature matches between Korea-Japan and China-Thailand.

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