Kwon Soon-woo’s regretful come-from-behind loss “I threw the opponent’s racket? I’ve seen it once…” 2 consecutive losses on the first day of Korea

Kwon Soon-woo (61st place, Dangjin City Hall), the ‘signboard of Korea’s tennis’, suffered a disappointing come-from-behind defeat. Korea gave up two games and was driven to the brink.

Soon-Woo Kwon won 1-2 (6-1 4-6 6) 메이저사이트 to Berris (115th) in 1 singles match against Belgium in the 2023 Davis Cup finals (4 singles, 1 doubles) held at the indoor tennis court at Olympic Park in Songpa-gu, Seoul on the 4th. -7) and lost.

The Davis Cup, a national competition, is won by winning 3 out of 5 matches. Korea sent ‘Ace’ Soon-Woo Kwon first, aiming for a win. Unfortunately, however, he lost to Veris and bowed his head.

Kwon Soon-woo announced a pleasant start with a landslide victory in the first set. However, he struggled with the opponent’s strong serve in the second set and faltered. In the end, the second set was lost 4-6. The match went back to square one.

Last 3 sets. Kwon Soon-woo took a double match point with a 6-4 lead. However, he got down on his knee while allowing three points. The match was over in 2 hours and 15 minutes.

According to the Korea Tennis Association, after the game, Kwon Soon-woo admitted defeat neatly at an official press conference, saying, “I’m sorry to the team for not being able to play the role of an ace.

Regarding the difference between the first set and the second and third sets, he said, “In the beginning of the first set, my opponent made a lot of mistakes. He looked back at Pain, saying, “I came out aggressively and did well aggressively.

On this day, many fans came to the stadium to support Kwon Soon-woo. He expressed his sincerity, saying, “I should have raised the atmosphere as much as you cheered for me… but overall it was a very disappointing game.”

He said of Berth, “The serve is good. The backhand is flawless, but there are no mistakes. The forehand is aggressive, but there are many misses.”

At the beginning of the game, Berris threw away his racket after allowing Kwon Soon-woo to score consecutively. Kwon Soon-woo also observed this opponent. He said calmly, “I saw the opponent throw the racket once. I’m watching my teammates after the point, so it doesn’t affect me too much.”

Kwon Soon-woo will play a three-single match against David Gopin (41st) on the 5th. He said, “I want to play while having fun. I want to play a game that I enjoy rather than having stress and pressure.”

Meanwhile, in the second singles match that followed, Hong Seong-chan lost 0-2 (4-6 2-6) against Gopin. Korea, who suffered two defeats on the first day, plans a counterattack on the 5th from the edge of the cliff.

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