Jung Yoon-seong and Nam Ji-seong eliminated, domestic players wiped out

Jung Yun-seong (Uijeongbu City Hall) failed to advance to the quarterfinals in the Gwangju Open Challenger singles. On the 5th, in the men’s singles round of 16 held at the all-weather indoor court in Yeomju, Gwangju City, Jung Yun-seong lost to Taiwan’s Jason Chung 6-3 3-6 4-6. Game time 1 hour 53 minutes. 

In the first set, Jung Yoon-seong led the game with a strong serve and exciting forehand, leading the first set 6-3. From the second set, the serve shakes as if a physical burden came on, and there are many mistakes in strokes, and the score gap goes up to 1-4. Eventually, Jason Chung took the second set and the match went back to square one. 먹튀검증

With a game score of 4-4 in the 3rd set again, Jung Yoon-seong’s serve did not go well, and he could not keep his service game and took the lead 4-5. Jason Chung, who had the chance to win, made it difficult for Jung Yoon-sung by actively playing the net and even hitting a sub ace. In Jason Chung’s serve game, 5-4, 40-0, the ball returned by Jung Yun-seong’s backhand went off the line and the game ended. 

Jung Yun-seong said, “It was raining today and it was humid because it was an indoor court, so the ball didn’t go well. He also rallied a lot, and although he attacked, he didn’t seem to be able to do much damage to his opponents. He received a lot of support from the crowd, but he is sorry that he couldn’t show a good game. However, it is regrettable that I did my best, but I think the good memories in Gwangju will remain for a long time.” 

Nam Ji-seong, who entered the doubles semifinals, also matched with Arjun Cade (India), but lost to Australia’s Harris and Smith Joe 4-6 7-6 (5) [7-10] with two days left before the end of the Gwangju Open Challenger. All domestic players were eliminated. 

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