‘Tennis sign’ Kwon Soon-woo breaks the world’s 15th place

Kwon Sun-woo (26, Dangjin City Hall, 84th in the world rankings), the ‘signboard of Korean tennis’, defeated the world’s 15th-ranked player to advance to the quarterfinals of the Men’s Professional Tennis (ATP) Tour.

Kwon Soon-woo beat Carreño Busta (Spain, 15th place) with a set score of 2-1 (3-6, 6-4, 6 -4) and achieved a come-from-behind victory. Kwon Soon-woo enjoyed a thrilling come-from-behind victory over Busta, who participated as the overall second seed in this tournament. Busta is a player who reached the semifinals of the US Open in 2017 and 2020, and was considered a strong candidate to win this tournament.

Soon-Woo Kwon had a tight match with Busta in the beginning of the first set. Kwon Soon-woo pursued Booster by recording game scores of 1-2 and 2-3, but Booster did not allow a turnaround. In the end, Kwon Soon-woo lost 9 games and lost 1 set in a situation where he was trailing 3-5.

Kwon Soon-woo succeeded in reversing the atmosphere in the second set. Kwon Soon-woo showed a sharp serve in the second set and led the game score 5-4. Then, in 10 games, he led the opponent’s double fault and turned the game to the starting point. 메이저사이트

In the third set, the start was uneasy. Kwon Soon-woo gave up one game, which was his sub game. However, he immediately chased after 1-1 and succeeded in reversing 5-4. After winning the opponent’s sub game in 10 games, they completed a 2-1 come-from-behind victory. Kwon Soon-woo showed off his sharp serve skills by recording 11 serve aces in the game.

Kwon Soon-woo, who reached the quarterfinals, also competes with Michael Emer (24, Sweden, 77th), who beat Mackenzie Macdonald (USA, 63rd in rankings) in the round of 16 to advance to the semifinals.

Meanwhile, Kwon Soon-woo will participate in the Australian Open, the first major tournament of the season starting in Melbourne, Australia on the 16th.

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