Korean badminton won a complete victory against Japan in the national team competition. In particular, Ahn Se-young, the women’s singles ace, perfectly defeated the world’s No. 1 Yamaguchi.
This is Reporter Lee Da-som.
Korea made a good start with a 2-1 come-from-behind victory in mixed doubles.메이저사이트
In men’s singles, Jeon Hyuk-jin, the ‘eldest brother’, overcame the inferiority in the world rankings and gained momentum with a 2-0 victory.
And the highlight of this Korea-Japan match that started. As befits the world’s first and second place in women’s singles, the confrontation between Yamaguchi and Ahn Se-young sparked from the beginning of the game.
However, Ahn Se-young, who overcame Yamaguchi’s attack with artistic defense, took the first set with a 10-point victory.
Even in the second set, Ahn Se-young overpowered Yamaguchi in offense and defense, and the exhausted Yamaguchi even showed his frustration by lying on the court.
2-0 win. Ahn Se-young caught Yamaguchi with a perfect victory after overcoming the opponent’s record of 6 wins and 12 losses.
Ahn Se-young / National badminton player
“I don’t know what happened. I just enjoyed it…”
Ahn Se-young reciprocated the support of the crowd and teammates with a hot ceremony after the game, adding to the heat.
Ahn Se-young / National badminton representative
“I don’t know how to do well on camera, but I think I can enjoy it better than anyone else on the court…”
South Korea, which confirmed its victory early with the victory of ‘fixer’ Ahn Se-young, also won the men’s and women’s doubles, defeating coach Park Joo-bong’s Japan 5-0, raising expectations for a championship title in six years.