Tears of the pain of the one-point server that passed through the strong heart… Director Choi Tae-woong “Siwoo, don’t cry”

Lee Si-woo (29) of Hyundai Capital cried after losing the second game of the playoffs (PO, 3 matches, 2 wins). Choi Tae-woong, manager of Hyundai Capital, comforted him by saying, “Thanks to (Lee) Si-woo, we went to the 5th set.”  

Hyundai Capital lost with a set score of 2-3 (18-25, 25-21, 18-25, 27-25, 15-17) in the second leg of the 2022-23 Dodram V League PO held at the Suwon Indoor Gymnasium on the 26th. Hyundai Capital, who won the first game 3-2 after the longest game in PO history (2 hours and 38 minutes), failed to obtain a ticket to advance to the championship match due to the loss in the second game. You have to win the 3rd match to be held at home on the 28th at Yu Gwan-sun Gymnasium to advance to the championship match.  

Lee Si-woo recorded 8 points and an attack success rate of 50% that day. However, after the match due to the loss of the team, tears were welling up.  

Director Choi Tae-woong said, “After the game, I comforted Siwoo not to cry. I think it’s a pity that we lost,” he said.  

Outside hitter (left) Lee Si-woo is a professional one-point server agent on the team. In his seventh year as a pro, he scored 89 of his 243 career points as a sub. It is 36.7% of the total score.  스포츠토토

Hyundai Capital was drawn to the 4th set 17-21, behind the set score of 1-2 that day, and the defeat was dark. Lee Si-woo blocked Lim Seong-jin’s attack at 18-21, and Hyundai Capital pursued by one point with Heo Soo-bong’s score at 22-24.  

And Lee Si-woo shook the opponent’s receive with a powerful spike serve. Middle blocker Park Sang-ha led the ball into a direct kill, leading to a deuce match. The situation where the game ends as it is when the serve is lost. Unless you have a tolerable strong heart, you cannot hit a strong serve. Lee Si-woo once again used a powerful strong spike in 24-24 and scored a serve. Hyundai Capital, who took the lead again, won 27-25 and took the match to a full set.    

Lee Si-woo, who scored in the 5th set 13-14, tried to catch Cho Geun-ho’s serve in 16-16, but let the ball go backwards and scored. Then, in 16-17, two attacks failed to score, and KEPCO Seo Jae-deok eventually lost with a successful back attack. 

After the game, Lee Si-woo shed tears.

Coach Tae-Woong Choi said, “Siwoo did well today,” and “Why are you crying over (team defeat)? I believe he will do better.” Then, he said, “I needed a strong player” for using Lee Si-woo in an important situation.

Coach Tae-Woong Choi said, “I didn’t know that young players (in Gyeonggi-do) would endure like this. I already had valuable experience through one win. Although I lost today, I am satisfied that I have gained more than one win.” It seems difficult to put in. It’s a judge.”  

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