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Sudirman Cup-China reversal of Denmark 3-2 into the top 4 men’s singles and men’s doubles

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Original title: Sudirman Cup-China team 3-2 reversal Denmark into the top 4 men’s singles and men’s doubles lose points

On October 1, Beijing time, the 17th Sudirman Cup in 2021 entered the quarter-finals in Vantaa, Finland. In the case of losing points in the men’s doubles and men’s singles, the Chinese team narrowly defeated the Danish team 3-2 to enter the semi-finals of this competition. In this game, Guoyu sent a new combination of He Jiting/Zhou Haodong in the men’s doubles. They played three games and finally lost 1-2 with regret. In the third men’s singles game, Shi Yuqi, who had just recovered from an injury, lost 0-2 to the Tokyo Olympic men’s singles champion Ansailong.

He Jiting/Zhou Haodong 21-17 16-21 19-21 Rasmussen/Segao

Previously in the group stage, the Chinese team narrowly defeated the Thailand team 3-2 in the first place in Group A. The men’s doubles combination of He Jiting/Tan Qiang lost 1-2 to Suber/Gederun and lost the first point. In this match against the Danish team, Guo Yu made adjustments in the men’s double selection and arranged for the 23-year-old Zhejiang rookie Zhou Haodong to partner with He Jiting. The two did not have a world ranking because they were paired temporarily. The men’s doubles combination Rasmussen/Sergau, who played for the Danish team, has just been paired. The latest men’s doubles world ranking of this pair is 1466.

He Jiting/Zhou Haodong started the game with momentum, and they entered the technical timeout with a 11-5 lead. In the midgame stage, despite their opponents’ constant pursuit of points, He Jiting/Zhou Haodong still took the lead with 21-17. After the two-pair combination fought to 15 in the second game, the Danish team Rasmussen/Serge gradually took the initiative, and they evened the game 21-16. In the deciding game, He Jiting/Zhou Haodong lost the game 19-21 with a 16-11 lead. The men’s doubles took 87 minutes for He Jiting/Zhou Haodong to lose 1-2, which was a pity.

Chen Yufei 18-21 21-8 21-17 Mia

In the second women’s singles, Guo Yu dispatched the strongest Olympic women’s singles champion Chen Yufei in the team, and Chen Yufei, ranked 2nd in the world, played against Mia, ranked 12th in the world. In the previous confrontation between the two, Chen Yufei had a record of 5 wins and 1 loss against Mia. However, in the first game of the game, Chen Yufei was in a sluggish state, and his opponent won 21-18. In the passive position, Chen Yufei won the next two games 21-8 and 21-17, and achieved a major reversal 2-1.

Chen Yufei said after the match: “The first men’s doubles battle was hard and I was defeated. I was a little nervous because of pressure. I was a little anxious to play in the first game. I slowly adjusted back to the next two games to strengthen my confidence and conviction.” Mia said after the game. “Every time I play against Chen Yufei, I strictly follow the tactics set by the coach and strive to play in a good state. I played well in the first game, very difficult in the second game, and in the third game, I behaved very ups and downs, either. A good ball, and then I lose points. If I can win the game, I can extend the team’s lead to 2-0. That’s a great thing. I’m sorry I didn’t do it.”

Shi Yuqi 17-21, 14-21 Ansailong

The subsequent men’s singles was Shi Yuqi vs. Ansailong. The best result of the 25-year-old Shi Yuqi was the 2018 All England Open men’s singles champion and the 2018 World Championships men’s singles runner-up. The 27-year-old Ansailong was the new Olympic men’s singles gold medal. Winner. Shi Yuqi’s men’s singles ranks 10th in the world and Ansailong is ranked 5th in the world. Prior to this, Shi Yuqi was 1 win and 5 losses against Ansailong. After a 45-minute contest, Shi Yuqi lost to his opponent 17-21, 14-21, and the Chinese team fell behind by 1-2 at this time.

On October 1, Beijing time, the 17th Sudirman Cup in 2021 entered the quarter-finals in Vantaa, Finland. In the case of losing points in the men’s doubles and men’s singles, the Chinese team narrowly defeated the Danish team 3-2 to enter the semi-finals of this competition. In this game, Guoyu sent a new combination of He Jiting/Zhou Haodong in the men’s doubles. They played three games and finally lost 1-2 with regret. In the third men’s singles game, Shi Yuqi, who had just recovered from an injury, lost 0-2 to the Tokyo Olympic men’s singles champion Ansailong.

He Jiting/Zhou Haodong 21-17 16-21 19-21 Rasmussen/Segao

Previously in the group stage, the Chinese team narrowly defeated the Thailand team 3-2 in the first place in Group A. The men’s doubles combination of He Jiting/Tan Qiang lost 1-2 to Suber/Gederun and lost the first point. In this match against the Danish team, Guo Yu made adjustments in the men’s double selection and arranged for the 23-year-old Zhejiang rookie Zhou Haodong to partner with He Jiting. The two did not have a world ranking because they were paired temporarily. The Danish team’s men’s doubles combination Rasmussen/Sergau has just been paired recently. The latest men’s doubles world ranking of this pair is 1466.

He Jiting/Zhou Haodong started the game with momentum, and they entered the technical timeout with a 11-5 lead. In the midgame stage, despite their opponents’ constant pursuit of points, He Jiting/Zhou Haodong still took the lead with 21-17. After the two-pair combination fought to 15 in the second game, the Danish team Rasmussen/Serge gradually took the initiative, and they evened the game 21-16. In the deciding game, He Jiting/Zhou Haodong lost the game 19-21 with a 16-11 lead. The men’s doubles took 87 minutes for He Jiting/Zhou Haodong to lose 1-2, which was a pity.

Chen Yufei 18-21 21-8 21-17 Mia

In the second women’s singles, Guo Yu dispatched the strongest Olympic women’s singles champion Chen Yufei in the team, and Chen Yufei, ranked 2nd in the world, played against Mia, ranked 12th in the world. In the previous confrontation between the two, Chen Yufei had a record of 5 wins and 1 loss against Mia. However, in the first game of the game, Chen Yufei was in a sluggish state, and his opponent won 21-18. In the passive position, Chen Yufei won the next two games 21-8, 21-17, and achieved a major reversal 2-1.

Chen Yufei said after the match: “The first men’s doubles battle was hard and I was defeated. I was a little nervous because of pressure. I was a little anxious to play in the first game. I slowly adjusted back to the next two games to strengthen my confidence and conviction.” Mia said after the game. “Every time I play against Chen Yufei, I strictly follow the tactics set by the coach and strive to play in a good state. I played well in the first game, very difficult in the second game, and in the third game, I behaved very ups and downs, either. A good ball, and then I lose points. If I can win the game, I can extend the team’s lead to 2-0. That’s a great thing. I’m sorry I didn’t do it.”

Shi Yuqi 17-21, 14-21 Ansailong

The subsequent men’s singles was Shi Yuqi vs. Ansailong. The best result of the 25-year-old Shi Yuqi was the 2018 All England Open men’s singles champion and the 2018 World Championships men’s singles runner-up. The 27-year-old Ansailong was the new Olympic men’s singles gold medal. Winner. Shi Yuqi’s men’s singles ranks 10th in the world and Ansailong is ranked 5th in the world. Prior to this, Shi Yuqi was 1 win and 5 losses against Ansailong. After a 45-minute contest, Shi Yuqi lost to his opponent 17-21, 14-21, and the Chinese team fell behind by 1-2 at this time.Return to Sohu to see more

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