Shin Yubin ‘just three deuces’ at No. 269…narrowly reaches round of 32

Shin Yubin (19-Korean Air) narrowly missed out on a place in the round of 32.

Shin Yubin, ranked ninth in the world in singles, competed in the round of 64 women’s singles at the 26th International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF)-Asian Table Tennis Union (ATTU) Pyeongchang Asian Championships on Sunday afternoon at the Pyeongchang Dome Gymnasium in Pyeongchang, Gangwon Province.

Her opponent was the 269th-ranked Romanovskaya Angelina (Kazakhstan).

Shin was expected to win the match based on her objective power, but she struggled with Romanovskaya’s quick and short backpushes and only managed to win 3-1 (12-10 13-11 12-10 11-5) after a rally that saw three of the four games of the day go to deuce, advancing to the round of 32.

He will play Zhang Wanling (Indonesia – ranked 222nd in the world) in the round of 16 tomorrow at 10:00 am.

Earlier in the day, Shin teamed up with Jeon Jeon-hee (30-Mirae Asset Securities) in the women’s doubles event to breeze through the round of 32 (Iran) and round of 16 (Uzbekistan).

Shin, who is competing in singles, doubles, mixed doubles, and team events at the tournament, will need to manage her physical fitness as the tournament progresses.

After playing the round of 64 in singles, Shin will take a short break before competing in the mixed doubles quarterfinals with Lim Jong-hoon (26-Korea Exchange) at 6 p.m. ET.

Tomorrow (Aug. 8) is another day where players will have to play at least three matches, including singles and doubles.

This makes it more important than ever for the weaker opponents to focus on saving their stamina while reducing their playing time. 바카라

Meanwhile, Yang Ha-eun (29-Fosco International) and Jeon Jeon-hee also made it through the round of 64. Lee Eun-hye (28-Korean Air), on the other hand, suffered an early exit after failing to get past Japanese “ace” Hina Hayata, ranked seventh in the world.

STN, the broadcaster of the Pyeongchang Asian Table Tennis Championships, will broadcast key matches, including the mixed doubles quarterfinals, live on TV (Genie TV channel 131-LG U+ channel 125-Deal Live channel 236) and Naver Sports.

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