国乒黑马韩公赛“落马”留下遗憾 澳大利亚公开赛重拾状态求突破

时间:2019-07-14 来源:www.goodcausecharity.com

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The game came too fast, the Korean Open ended, the Australian Open followed, and it was a Platinum Open, and its importance is self-evident. On July 9th, the Australian Open opened in Kuala Lumpur. In the first round, there will be a player who is familiar and unfamiliar with Guoping.

Some people may have guessed it. What Xiaobian wants to say is actually Sun Wen. He said that he is familiar and unfamiliar. It is because he was before the World Table Tennis Championships. He can be said to be obscure and his name is light, but he is in the World Table Tennis Championships. With a 4-0 sweep of Zhang Benzhihe, 4-1 won the South Korean star Li Shangxuan, 4-2 Lectra China's national singles champion Liang Jingkun scored a battle, became the national table tennis World Table Tennis Championships.

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However, in the Korean Open, which ended, Sun Wen was “falling off” early and failed to play the role of Guoping’s big black horse. In the second round of the qualifying round, he lost the Japanese player Ji Cunzhen Qing 3-4, and even did not enter the race, it was even more difficult to fight Zhang Benzhi. It’s a pity that it’s a shame that Sun Wen, who finally got the chance, couldn’t grasp it. It’s clear that Zhang Benzhi, who has gradually become known as a Japanese ping-pong, has lost the love and is far weaker than Zhang Ben. Zhihe’s Yoshimura is really sunny.

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In this Australian Open, the first round of the qualifying round, Sun Wen once again welcomed the Japanese players. Although not a well-known player, but also defeated Liu Dingshuo, it also has a certain strength. I hope that Sun Wen will seize the opportunity and come step by step. The so-called rice is to be eaten bit by bit, and the road has to go step by step. I hope this is the beginning of his achievements in copying the World Table Tennis Championships and even surpassing the World Table Tennis Championships!

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