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Shin Yu-bin didn’t laugh at 9th place in the world

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Shin Yu-bin (19, Korean Air), the ninth-ranked player in the world, told an unexpected story at the training ground of the Korean Air Women's Table Tennis Team in Wondang, Incheon, on the 18th. Shortly after winning the silver medal in the women's doubles at the Durban World Table Tennis Championships in South Africa in May, he competed in World Table Tennis (WTT) Lagos (Nigeria), Tunisia (Tunis), Zagreb (Croatia), and Ljubljana (Slovenia) in June-July. Ace, who beat “Chinese Shinsung” Liakr in Lagos to win two singles and doubles titles, reached the final of two singles in Tunisia, and reached the semifinals of four doubles in a row, including winning Lagos and Zagreb, picked the “first game” as the most memorable game in July. 토토사이트

It was the round of 32 match against Taiwan's Li Yu-jun, who gave up two games first and won three games after a deuce battle, and won a new 3-2 match, and neither fans nor media remembered. The expected answers were to beat “Chinese newcomer” Liakker for the second consecutive time, to turn “Japanese ace” Miyu Nagasaki, the first final against “Harimoto's sister” Miwa, and a showdown with “world's No. 1” Sun Ying-sha, but they missed it well. I asked why. “The game was the worst. “What kind of table tennis have I played?” We've got a problem. There is no answer if you type it like this. I just thought, ‘I can never beat the players above.'”

Shin Yu-bin was focusing on the content, not the results. “I kept winning the world championships and was missing out on looking back on myself. After the first game, I had a meeting with Coach Adjirae for two or three hours. It's time for reflection. Table tennis requires three things: body, mental, and technology, but there was no space to fill the skills because it was hard for the body and mind,” he explained. Shin Yu-bin changed her mind and eventually won the tournament. “I woke up after the first game was a mess. There hasn't been a worse one since. Little by little, my performance started to go up.”


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