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Original title: Sports Industry Breakfast 10.16 | National Yu Uber Cup 3-0 Thailand finals against Japan FPX upset and stop the S11 group stage

Xin Chou Year, September 11th Saturday

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The national feather women’s team successfully revenges Thailand 3-0 and reaches the Uber Cup final for the 18th time

In the early morning of October 16, Beijing time, the 2021 Uber Cup semi-final was held in Aarhus, Denmark. With the outstanding performance of Chen Yufei, Chen Qingchen/Jia Yifan, and He Bingjiao, the second-seeded Chinese team swept the Thai team 3-0 and successfully avenged the defeat to their opponents in the previous semi-finals. This is how the Chinese team entered the game. The Uber Cup final will be played against the Japanese team at 1 am on October 17.

Women’s singles: Chen Yufei 5-2 (retired) IntanonWomen’s Doubles: Chen Qingchen/Jia Yifan 2-0 (21-15, 21-10) Putita/RavindaWomen’s singles: He Bingjiao 2-0 (21-15, 21-16) Li Meihua

This is the 18th time the Chinese team has reached the Uber Cup final since it participated in the Uber Cup for the first time in 1984. In fact, from 1984 to the present, only a 2-3 loss to Thailand in the semi-finals of the previous competition has failed to win the finals.

The other semi-final was also played between a pair of old opponents. An Siying defeated Akane Yamaguchi of the Japanese team 2-0 (21-14, 21-7) in the first match, and the South Korean team scored 1 point first. But after that, Yuki Fukushima/Matsumoto, Sayaka Takahashi, Misaki Matsumoto/Nana Matsuyama did not win one game each. The Japanese team defeated the South Korean team 3-1. The final will be a contest between the Chinese team and the Japanese team.

Upset!Lost in the second round of the group stage, FPX stopped in the S11 group stage

Xin Chou Year, September 11th Saturday

Trending

The national feather women’s team successfully revenges Thailand 3-0 and reaches the Uber Cup final for the 18th time

In the early morning of October 16, Beijing time, the 2021 Uber Cup semi-final was held in Aarhus, Denmark. With the outstanding performance of Chen Yufei, Chen Qingchen/Jia Yifan, and He Bingjiao, the second-seeded Chinese team swept the Thai team 3-0 and successfully avenged the defeat to their opponents in the previous semi-finals. This is how the Chinese team entered the game. The Uber Cup final will be played against the Japanese team at 1 am on October 17.

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Women’s singles: Chen Yufei 5-2 (retired) IntanonWomen’s Doubles: Chen Qingchen/Jia Yifan 2-0 (21-15, 21-10) Putita/RavindaWomen’s singles: He Bingjiao 2-0 (21-15, 21-16) Li Meihua

This is the 18th time the Chinese team has reached the Uber Cup final since it participated in the Uber Cup for the first time in 1984. In fact, from 1984 to the present, only a 2-3 loss to Thailand in the semi-finals of the previous competition has failed to win the finals.

The other semi-final was also played between a pair of old opponents. An Siying defeated Akane Yamaguchi of the Japanese team 2-0 (21-14, 21-7) in the first match, and the South Korean team scored 1 point first. But after that, Yuki Fukushima/Matsumoto, Sayaka Takahashi, Misaki Matsumoto/Nana Matsuyama did not win one game each. The Japanese team defeated the South Korean team 3-1. The final will be a contest between the Chinese team and the Japanese team.

Upset!Lost in the second round of the group stage, FPX stopped in the S11 group stage

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