Shin Yu-bin and Jeon Ji-hee Achieve Table Tennis Gold Medals

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    [Asian Games] Shin Yu-bin and Jeon Ji-hee Achieve Table Tennis Gold Medals for the First Time in 21 Years... North-South Confrontation Victory



    In the 2002 Busan Games, Seok Eun-yi, Lee Eun-sil, Lee Cheol-seung and Yoo Seung-min, they overcame the weight of the first inter-Korean match in 33 years and won their first international all-around competition.


    Wang Chu-qin, a teammate, defeated No. 1 Pan Zhen-dong in the men's singles and won 4 gold medals... China becomes ‘new ace’ 카지노사이트


    The pair of Shin Yu-bin (Korean Air) and Jeon Ji-hee (Mirae Asset Securities) (1st place) won the 'North-South confrontation' and gave Korean table tennis its first Asian Games gold medal in 21 years.


    Shin Yu-bin and Jeon Ji-hee defeated North Korea's Cha Soo-young and Park Soo-kyung (no ranking) 4-1 (11-6 11-4 10-12 12) in the table tennis women's doubles final at the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games held at the Archer Canal Sports Park Gymnasium in Hangzhou, China on the 2nd. -10 11-3) defeated.


    As a result, Shin Yu-bin and Jeon Ji-hee achieved the feat of becoming the first Korean players to win an Asian Games gold medal in 21 years.


    This is the first time that a Korean player has won a gold medal at the Asian Games since the men's doubles pairing of Lee Cheol-seung and Yoo Seung-min and the women's doubles pairing of Seok Eun-mi and Lee Eun-sil in the 2002 Busan Games.


    Shin Yu-bin and Jeon Ji-hee won gold medals at the Asian Games for the first time in their lives.


    Following the 2021 Doha Asian Championships, they once again proved that they are the world's best doubles team by winning the women's doubles gold medal at the Asian Games.


    The team of Shin Yu-bin and Jeon Ji-hee enjoyed the good fortune of reaching the finals without ever having to face a Chinese player, as the 'best table tennis' Chinese teams were all eliminated in the quarterfinals.


    However, it was their ‘skill’ that made the finals, which were held with the heavy burden of the ‘North-South confrontation’, a victory.


    It has been 33 years since the men's team event at the 1990 Beijing Games that South and North Korea faced each other in the final at the Asian Games table tennis.


    It was also the first North-South final match in all events at this tournament.


    Shin Yu-bin and Jeon Ji-hee did not miss this rare opportunity and rewrote the history of Korean table tennis.


    Jeon Ji-hee and Shin Yu-bin, who were ahead in both strength and speed, sprinted toward the gold medal from the first game.


    It seemed like North Korea would win three games and lay the foundation for a comeback, but the team of Shin Yu-bin and Jeon Ji-hee brought the momentum back by winning the fourth game at the end of a deuce match.


    The team of Shin Yu-bin and Jeon Ji-hee took a 5-0 lead early in the last five games, giving them a premonition of victory.


    As a result, Korean table tennis was successful, winning a total of 8 medals, including 1 gold medal (women's doubles), 2 silver medals (men's team, men's doubles), and 5 bronze medals (women's team, 2 mixed doubles, women's singles, men's singles). The competition ended with


    This is the best performance since the 2002 Busan Games, when a total of eight medals were won, including two gold medals.


    The 'flower of table tennis' men's singles gold medal went to Wang Chuqin (2nd place, China).


    Wang Chuqin defeated world number one Pan Zhendong 4-3 (10-12 12-10 13-11 7-11 11-4 7-11 11-8) in the last men's singles final after a close game.


    He wore a gold medal around his neck.


    Wang Chuqin, who previously won gold medals in the men's team event, mixed doubles, and men's doubles, stands tall as the four-time winner of the competition.


    Wang Chuqin, who was attracting attention as China's 'next generation ace', appears to have surpassed Fan Zhendong and emerged as an 'ace' in name and reality.


    China reaffirmed its status as the 'most powerful country' by taking six of the seven gold medals in table tennis at this tournament.