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Kuaiman defeated Zhu Chengzhu in straight sets to easily advance to the main match of the WTT Singapore Tournament_Match_China Hong Kong_Women’s Singles

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Kuaiman defeated Zhu Chengzhu in straight sets to easily advance to the main match of the WTT Singapore Tournament_Match_China Hong Kong_Women’s Singles

Original title: Kuaiman defeated Zhu Chengzhu in three straight games to easily advance to the main match of WTT Singapore

On March 9, Beijing time, the WTT (World Table Tennis Professional League) Singapore Grand Slam started the third round of the women’s singles qualifying round. Chinese player Kuai Man faced Zhu Chengzhu from Hong Kong, China. In the end, Kuai Man won three consecutive games, 3-0 (11-5, 11-5 and 11-7) victory over his opponent to advance to the main match.

In the first game, Kuaiman quickly established a 4-1 lead. In the middle game, the two men attacked and defended each other, and the Chinese players always had the upper hand. In the end, Kuaiman hit a forehand straight line, 11-5 first in the next game.

The second game was relatively stalemate. The two sides fought 1 and 3 draws. In the middle game, Kuaiman scored four points in a row and walked away. In the end, the 18-year-old Chinese teenager won another victory with the same score of 11-5.

In the third game, Kuaiman still took the initiative. After entering the middle game, the opponent had little power to fight back. After Zhu Chengzhu returned the serve, Kuaiman won the final victory 11-7 and advanced to the women’s singles main match.

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