Shin Yu-bin, Showed a Steep Rise on the International Stage

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Shin Yu-bin ahead of Asian table tennis “Confidence, I’ll melt it well into the game”

Jang Woo-jin “Olympic ticket caught… Feeling like going to the battlefield”

“I’ll put my confidence into the game.” 온라인카지노

Shin Yu-bin

Shin Yu-bin (Korean Air), who showed a steep rise on the international stage this year and raised the expectations of table tennis fans, strengthened her resolve ahead of the 2023 PyeongChang Asian Table Tennis Championships.

At the World Table Tennis Championships last May,

Shin Yu-bin and Jeon Ji-hee (Mirae Asset Securities) reached the women’s doubles final for the first time in 36 years as a Korean player and won the silver medal.

Since then, she has shown good performance, such as winning two gold medals on the World Table Tennis (WTT) stage three times.

Ranked 9th

Currently, Yubin Shin is ranked 9th in the women’s singles ranking of the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF).

In women’s doubles, she is in first place with Jeon Ji-hee, and in mixed doubles, she is in third place with Lim Jong-hoon (Korea Exchange).

Shin Yu-bin said through the Korea Table Tennis Association on the 30th, “I am not particularly conscious of ranking.

I will only focus on how to use the skills I have been practicing during the game and what content to solve the game.”

He continued, “There are many people who worry about their physical fitness because they have participated in a lot of overseas competitions recently, but since I have been working on it while thinking of the whole process as practice, it doesn’t put a lot of pressure on me physically.”

Asian Championships

After the Asian Championships, the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games will follow.

For Shin Yu-bin, it is the second major comprehensive event following the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

Shin Yu-bin is right next to the Asian Games, I will make good content in any competition or match.

He said, “If you do your best with confidence rather than burden, there will continue to be good results.

Lim Jong-hoon shouted that he would win medals in the men’s team event and singles,

doubles with Shin Yu-bin, and men’s singles paired with Jang Woo-jin.

Lim Jong-hoon said, “We have prepared well, so if we work more closely and actively, we can expect a gold medal” said.

Men’s Singles

Men’s singles ‘Ace’ Jang Woo-jin said, “Because it is a national competition with an Olympic ticket at stake,

I will participate in the game with the feeling of going to the battlefield.”

The PyeongChang Asian Table Tennis Championships,

held at the Pyeongchang Dome in Gangwon-do from September 3 to 10,

saw 95 men from 23 countries and 86 women from 19 countries participate.

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