Shin Yu-bin, Secured her First All-Around Medal

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Shin Yu-bin, Secured her First All-Around Medal

[Asian Games] Shin Yu-bin, Who Secured her First All-Around Medal, ‘I’m Not Satisfied with a Bronze Medal!’





After winning a comeback against Taiwanese veteran Zhen Zhiyou and advancing to the semifinals, the next opponent is the ‘strongest’ Sun Yingsha... “I will play a game with no regrets.”

“Even when I won the bronze medal in the team event, I thought, ‘This is mine!’ “I did it… but it’s still amazing!”

Shin Yu-bin (19, Korean Air) smiled brightly after securing her first international all-around singles medal in her life. 카지노사이트

Shin Yu-bin defeated Taiwan's Zhen Zhiyou with a game score of 4-1 in the table tennis women's singles quarterfinals at the tournament held at the Gungsu Canal Sports Park Gymnasium in Hangzhou, China on the 30th.

Shin Yu-bin only won a no medal at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, which was her first international all-around competition.

She was so upset that she cried, especially after she was eliminated in the round of 32 of the singles.

But she was different on the Hangzhou stage when she attempted it two years later.

Shin Yu-bin, whom we met in the joint coverage area (mixed zone) after the game, said with sparkling eyes, "I was excited about the bronze medal in the team event, and it's really amazing to be able to secure a bronze medal in the singles as well."

When asked about the reason for her victory, Shin Yu-bin seemed speechless for a moment.

When a reporter asked, "Why are you doing that?" he responded, "I'm not crying, I'm just thinking, so don't say anything!", making the reporters laugh.

The quarterfinals on this day were a big turning point for Shin Yu-bin.

The 30-year-old veteran Jeon Zhi-woo (48th) was an unknown opponent that Shin Yu-bin (8th) had never faced before.

Although she is currently below Shin Yu-bin in the world rankings, Jeon Zye-woo is a player who was ranked in the world's top 10 in the late 2010s thanks to her heavy forehand topspin.

In the round of 16, the momentum was good enough to beat Hong Kong's ace Do Hoi Kem.

Shin Yu-bin achieved a come-from-behind victory as if she was proud of such a Jeonz fox.

She lost one game, but in the second game, she used a skillful course strategy to block her opponent's quick attacks, and she won four games in a row.

Shin Yu-bin said, "In the first game, the opponent felt very difficult, but I think it worked out well because I executed my strategy well (without panicking)," and she was proud.

The next opponent is Sun Yingsha, the world's No. 1 and China's 'ace'.

In this competition, Sun Yingsa is displaying 'low-world table tennis' that no player can match.

Xin Yubin has met Sun Yingsha four times so far and lost all of them.

In these four games, Shin Yu-bin was completely defeated without winning a single game.

Shin Yu-bin said, "There is no difference in being ranked first," and she said, "I will prepare thoroughly to create a game with no regrets, as I have always done, and I will work hard to make sure that those things come out in the game."

Shin Yu-bin previously won bronze medals in the women's team event and mixed doubles.

She, along with Jeon Ji-hee (Mirae Asset Securities), will also challenge for a medal in women's doubles.

She asked Shin Yu-bin which of the medals she harvested from this competition would be placed in the center of the display.

Shin Yu-bin said, “I will wear the best color,” and she smiled brightly.

She says she will not stop at securing the bronze medal.

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