Returning table tennis prodigy Shin Yu-bin (18, Korean Air, world ranking 30) performed well against world ranking 6 Chien Tianyi (China), but unfortunately lost, World Table Tennis: WTT) was eliminated in the round of 16 of the Macau Champions.
In the WTT Macau Champions women’s singles round of 16 held in Macau on the 20th, Shin Yu-bin was defeated by Qian Tien Yi 1-3 (11-8 10-12 8-11 4-11).
The WTT Champions is a tournament in which the top 32 players in the world rankings compete. 1,000 winning points are at stake in this event, with a total of 64 players, 32 men and women’s singles, respectively. Last week’s WTT Champions, held in Xinxiang, China, moved to Macau.
Shin Yubin reached the quarterfinals at the Xinxiang Champions in China last week. He tried to advance to the semifinals against world number 3 Wang Yidi (China), but was defeated 0-3 (3-11 10-12 5-11).
Shin Yu-bin, who challenged the Macau Champions this time, met Qian Tien-yi on the way to the quarterfinals. She faced Qian Tien-yi, a 172cm tall left-handed striker, and Shin Yu-bin took one game. 메이저놀이터
Even in game 2 she was ahead 10-8, giving her a chance to beat the world No. 6. However, she collapsed in this situation, allowing four runs. Afterwards, Shin Yu-bin, who gave up the lead in the match, gave up all 3 and 4 games, and she was eliminated in the round of 16.
As a result, Shin Yu-bin and Jeon Ji-hee, who participated in the women’s singles of this tournament, both suffered in the round of 16. Jeon Ji-hee lost 0-3 (2-11 9-11 6-11) to Hayata Hina (Japan, world No. 8) in the round of 16 held the previous day.
Jang Woo-jin (27, Republic of Korea Army Sports Corps, world ranking 18th) in the men’s singles will play against world number 31 Anton Carlberg (Sweden) in the round of 16 that day. Lee Sang-soo (32, Samsung Life Insurance, world ranking 36th) will have a one-on-one match with Pan Zhendong (China, world ranking 1st) in the evening.
Meanwhile, TV channels SPOTV and SPOTV ON, and sports OTT service SPOTV NOW broadcast major matches of the WTT Macau Champions live via satellite. It will also be broadcast live on SPOTV ASIA (Spotv Asia). Sporty Asia is a channel broadcasting to 13 countries in Southeast Asia, and broadcasts tennis grand slam tournaments such as Wimbledon and US Open, men’s professional tennis ATP tour, motorcycle racing competition MotoGP (GP), WTT (World Table Tennis) table tennis competition, and BWF ( World Badminton Federation) Badminton competition, International Sports Climbing (IFSC), Sports Climbing World Cup, etc. are provided.