Nam Ji-sung, challenge for the first championship in 5 years! Gwangju Challenger Doubles Semifinals

National doubles ace Nam Ji-seong (Sejong City Hall, 167th in doubles) advanced to the semifinals in doubles at the ATP Gwangju Open Challenger (total prize money: $80,000 + H). 

On the 4th, in the quarterfinals of doubles held at Yeomju All-Weather Tennis Court in Gwangju City due to rain, Nam Ji-seong and partner Arjun Cade (India, doubles No. 132) Ruben Gonzalez (Philippines, doubles No. 120) / Shimizu Yuta (Japan, doubles No. 166) In the 45th minute of the game, they defeated Joe 6-0 6-1 and advanced to the semifinals. 메이저사이트

Nam Ji-seong failed to make it to the finals after losing to Dominique Farlan (Czech Republic, No. 321) in the preliminary final in the singles event, but is aiming for the championship in the doubles event. 

Nam Ji-seong won the doubles championship and singles runner-up in collaboration with partner Song Min-gyu (KDB Industrial Bank) at the 2018 Gwangju Open Challenger. 

Nam Ji-seong/Arjun Cade will compete with No. 1 seed Andrew Harris (Australia, doubles No. 117)/Anirud Chandrasekha (India, doubles No. 129) to advance to the final. 

Meanwhile, Jung Yoon-seong (Uijeongbu City Hall, No. 366), the only domestic player to advance to the round of 16 in the singles, will compete with Jason Jeong (Taiwan, No. 338), who advanced to the finals after qualifying.

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