“If Yang Ha-eun had caught Seo Hyo-won in the last game, Kim Na-young, a junior on the team, would have been able to participate in the Hangzhou Asian Games… , it is regrettable. Haeun must have been too nervous. But Nayoung is still young. There are many opportunities.”
On the 4th, the last day of the second round of selection for the national table tennis team dispatched to the 19th Hangzhou Asian Games (9.23-10.8) held at the Dangjin Indoor Gymnasium in Chungcheongnam-do. Jeon Hye-kyung, director of POSCO International, expressed her regret, but remained calm.
The team’s eldest sister Yang Ha-eun (29) confirmed her trip to Hangzhou with a pull-up of 4-2 and 3rd place, but the team’s youngest Kim Na-young (18) recorded 4 wins and 2 losses, but suffered the pain of being eliminated in 4th place due to the “win-win principle”. because I have tasted it.
Kim Na-young proudly took first place in her first national team selection last year and was selected as one of the 10 women’s national team members, raising expectations. However, her dream of going to Hangzhou was canceled when the Asian Games were postponed for a year due to Corona 19, and she again competed in the selection this year, but she had to taste the pain of being eliminated.
36-year-old veteran Seo Hyo-won (Korea Racing Association) won the game score 3-1 against Ha-eun Yang in the last game that day, dramatically making 4 wins and 2 losses, and was tied with Ha-eun Yang and Na-young Kim. However, Seo Hyo-won won the match against both of them and took the second place ticket to Hangzhou according to the winner-to-win principle.
In the morning of this day, Kim Na-young lost Lee Si-on (27, Samsung Life Insurance) by a game score of 1-2 and won a dramatic come-from-behind victory 3-2. The pain was greater.
In the women’s division, Shin Yu-bin (19, Korean Air) took 1st place with 8 wins and 1 loss in the first round of matches held on the 29th and 31st of last month.
In the second selection round, Lee Eun-hye, who was naturalized from China, took first place with 5 wins and 1 loss, and was confirmed as one of the five Hangzhou Asian Games members along with Seo Hyo-won and Yang Ha-eun.
In the men’s second round of selection, Ahn Jae-hyeon (24, Korea Exchange) took first place (6 wins and 1 loss), Oh Jun-seong (17, Mirae Asset Securities) took second place (6 wins and 1 loss), and Park Kang-hyun (27, Korea Water Resources Corporation) took third place. (4 wins and 3 losses) confirmed the trip to Hangzhou.
Ahn Jae-hyun was tied with Oh Jun-seong, but took first place according to the winner-to-win principle. Oh Jun-seong was able to participate in the Asian Games at a younger age than the current Korea Exchange coach Yoo Nam-gyu, who participated in the 1986 Seoul Asian Games when he was 18 years old. 먹튀검증
Cho Dae-seong (21, Samsung Life Insurance) and Kim Min-hyeok (27, Armed Forces Sports Corps) were also tied with Park Kang-hyun with 4 wins and 3 losses. However, Park Kang-hyeon had won the two, so he was in third place.
If Cho Seung-min (25), a senior on the team, caught Park Kang-hyeon in the last game, Cho Dae-seong could have pulled up to Hangzhou in third place. However, as Cho Seung-min lost to Park Kang-hyun by a game score of 1-3, his expectations were dashed.
Cho Dae-sung was selected as one of the 10 men’s national team members with 17 wins and 1 loss through the selection match last year, and his dream of going to Hangzhou was swollen. However, due to this elimination, she and Kim Na-young were in a situation of sympathy.
Previously, in the first selection round, Jang Woo-jin (27, Armed Forces Sports Corps) and Lim Jong-hun (25) won the first and second place tickets to Hangzhou early.