At the Badminton Mixed Team World Championships, Korea won a complete victory over its archrival Japan.
He won all matches, including men’s and women’s singles, doubles, and mixed doubles, against strong Japan led by coach Park Joo-bong.
This is reporter Son Jang-hoon.
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The fateful match between Korea and Japan for the top spot in the group.
Fighting spirit was overflowing from the first mixed doubles match.
World No. 9 Kim Won-ho and Jung Na-eun won a thrilling come-from-behind victory over world No. 2 Japan.
The second men’s singles was no different.
Jeon Hyuk-jin, ranked 69th in the world, won an unexpected and overwhelming victory over 15th-ranked Nishimoto.
And ace Ahn Se-young drove a wedge.
Their opponent is world number one Yamaguchi.
Ahn Se-young, who was inferior 체스카지노 with a record of 6 wins and 12 losses, won a quick victory with unpredictable sensational shots and animal-like reflexes, and cheered to her heart’s content.
I enjoyed the joy with the ceremony prepared separately.
[Ahn Se-young/Badminton National Team]
“Many people waved the Taegeukgi and really didn’t want to give up, didn’t want to make more mistakes, and tried to run even one step further, and I think there was such a good result.”
In the men’s and women’s doubles event, which was played regardless of win or loss, the national team defeated Japan led by coach Park Joo-bong and advanced to the quarterfinals with a 3-game winning streak.
This is Son Jang-hoon from MBC News.