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Thomas Cup Lu Guangzu reverses Wilma Guoyu 3-1 India wins 3 consecutive victories_Shi Yuqi

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Original title: Thomas Cup Lu Guangzu reverses Wilma Guoyu 3-1 India wins 3 consecutive victories

On October 14, Beijing time, the 2021 Thomas Cup will continue in Aarhus, Denmark. In the focus of Group C for the first place in the group, the Chinese team beat the Indian team 3-1. Lu Guangzu defeated Velma 2-1 in the third singles match and scored a key 1 point for the national feathers. Prior to this, the Chinese team first defeated Tahiti 5-0 and then defeated the Netherlands 5-0. As a result, the Chinese team won the first place in the group and advanced to the knockout round with three consecutive victories.

Men’s singles: Shi Yuqi 2-0 (21-12, 21-16) Slicante

In this game, the national badminton single is Shi Yuqi, the latest world ranking No. 10 in men’s singles. The Indian team also sent the team’s current strongest former world No. 1 Srikans to play. Srikans is ranked 14th in the latest world ranking. Prior to this, the two played against Shi Yuqi 5 times with 1 win and 4 losses at a disadvantage. The last time the two met was in the Asian Championships team match in February 2018, when Shi Yu lost 1-2 in three games.

In the first game of the game Srikens started 4-2, Shi Yuqi immediately played a 5-0 spurt to overtake the score 9-4. Shi Yuqi entered the technical timeout of the game with 11-6, and then he quickly extended the lead to 17-7. Shi Yuqi easily won the game 21-12 and took a 1-0 lead in the game. In the second game, Srikans still played very tenaciously. Shi Yuqi scored 9 points in a row when he was 8-10 behind to achieve a 17-10 lead. Srikans chased the score to 14-18, and Shi Yuqi ended the fight 21-16.

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Shi Yuqi said after the game: “This is my first game. I have watched his teammates match in the stands before. This arena has good ball speed and lighting. Srikan was once the number one in the world, so I attach great importance to this game. .”

Men’s Doubles: He Jiting/Zhou Haodong 0-2 (14-21, 14-21) Lanji Reddy/Xie Ti

He Jiting/Zhou Haodong is ranked 1159 in the latest world rankings, and the Indian team Ranji Reddy/Xieti is ranked 10th in the world in the latest men’s doubles. In the first game, He Jiting/Zhou Haodong briefly took a 5-4 lead, and then was completely suppressed by their opponents. Ranji Reddy/Xieti entered the technical timeout with 11-7, and then took a 15-10 lead. Guoyu’s He Jiting/Zhou Haodong once chased the score to 13-16, and Ranji Reddy/Xieti then completely controlled the situation and took the lead 21-14. In the second round, Ranchi Reddy/Xieti took the lead 9-4 first. In the mid-game, He Jiting/Zhou Haodong chased the score to 13-17. Ranchi Reddy/Xieti won the second game with the same score of 21-14. .

Men’s singles: Lu Guangzu 2-1 (14-21, 21-9, 24-22) Wilma

Lu Guangzu, who is about to 25 years old, ranked 27th in the world in men’s singles, and Wilma was just 28th in the world rankings. The two had previously faced each other three times, with Lu Guangzu winning 1 win and 2 losses. The last time the two played against each other was the Singapore Open in April 2019. Lu Guangzu lost to his opponent 15-21 and 18-21.

In the first game of the game, Lu Guangzu finally lost 14-21 with a 7-2 lead at the start. Lu Guangzu lost 5 points in a row after chasing the score to 14-16, which caused him to lose the game. Velma took a 4-2 lead in the second game. Lu Guangzu quickly controlled the scene after a 9-6 lead. He rewritten the game score to 1-1 with 21-9. In the deciding game, the two people competed fiercely. Lu Guang’s ancestors took the lead 9-6, and Velma overtook the score 16-13 and scored the field point 20-17. Lu Guangzu saved 4 consecutive points from the cliff and defeated his opponent 24-22, helping the Chinese team to rewrite the big score to 1-1.

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After the match, Lu Guangzu commented on the 73-minute reversal of the fierce battle. He said: “After the first game started 7-2, the opponent continued to chase points. At 13-13, he made a mistake first, which led to the loss of points too fast to 14-21. Lost. At 13-13 in the deciding game, I wanted to make some wonderful shots in front of the net, but there were continuous active errors. In addition to the pressure of the score, I was a bit messy. Fortunately, I was able to fight at 17-20. Come out and use tactics rationally, so it’s reversed.”

Men’s Doubles: Liu Cheng/Wang Yilyu 2-0 (26-24, 21-19) Ajun/Capilla

In the fourth men’s doubles, Guo Yu continued to field the 2017 National Games champion Liu Cheng/Wang Yilyu, and the two are not yet ranked in the world. The Indian combination Ajun/Kapila is ranked 46th in the world.

Liu Cheng/Wang Yilyu fell behind 3-9 shortly after the start of the game, and the Indian combination expanded their lead by 17-9 in the middle game. Liu Cheng/Wang Yilu was very tenacious to catch the score to 19, Ajun/Kapila won the game 20-19 first, Liu Cheng/Wang Yilu then tied the score to 20-20, Liu Cheng/Wang Yilu finally ended with 26- 24 won the game. In the second game, the opponent first took a 5-3 lead, and Liu Cheng/Wang Yilu then overtook the score 9-6. After entering the midgame, Ajun/Kapila once again led 16-13. Liu Cheng/Wang Yily won the match point 20-18 and sealed the victory 21-19. (Red)Return to Sohu to see more

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