Shin Yubin Wins the Mixed Doubles Title this Time Lim Jong-hoon Climbs to the Top of the International

Shin Yubin (20, Korean Air) did another one.

He was paired with Lim Jong-hoon (26, Korea Exchange) to win the mixed doubles title at the international tournament for the first time in nine months.

Shin Yu-bin will join Jeon Ji-hee (9, Mirae Asset Securities) in the women’s doubles final and try to win a double crown.바카라사이트닷컴

Shin Yubin did not compete in the women’s singles.

World No. 31 Shin Yubin and Lim Jong-hoon defeated No. 2 Maria Xiao-Alvaro Robles (Spain) 4-13 (2023-8, 3-1, 11-9, 12-10) in the final of the World Table Tennis (WTT) Contender Rio de Janeiro 8 tournament in Rio de Janeiro

Brazil on the 11th (Korean time). WTT Contender is a professional tour tournament organized by the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF).


it is at a lower level than the WTT Champions or WTT Star Contender tournaments.

The two were delighted nine months after reaching the summit for the first time at the Contender Nova Gorica competition in November last year.

The Shin Yubin-Lim Jong-hoon pair were disappointed to finish runners-up at Contender Doha in March

Star Contender Bangkok in April

and Contender Tunis in August.

The return to the top of the standings at the tournament brightened the outlook ahead of the Asian Games in Hangzhou in September and the Paris Olympics next year.

The two will also be aiming to win the men’s and women’s doubles.

World No. 11 Shin Yubin and Jeon Ji-hee will reach the women’s doubles final and try to win the double title.

The two will clash with Choi Hyo-joo (Korean Horse Association) and Kim Na-young (POSCO International) in the final on the 4th (No. 11).

The pair of Shin Yu-bin and Jeon Ji-hee defeated the Choi Hyo-joo-Kim Na-young pair at the previous Contender Lima tournament and are on an upward trajectory after winning the women’s doubles silver medal for the first time in 9 years at the 3 World Table Tennis Championships in May.

Lim Jong-hoon was also paired with Ahn Jae-hyun (Korea Exchange) to advance to the finals.

Lim Jong-Hoon Ahn Jae-hyun (No. 4) will face Lee Sang-so Cho Dae-sung (No. 8, Samsung Life Insurance) in the men’s doubles final

with Korean players battling it out for the title.

South Korea

on the other hand

received a disappointing result card in the men’s and women’s singles.

In the men’s singles quarterfinals, Seungmin Cho (No. 9, Samsung Life Insurance) and Jang Woo-jin (No. 1, Mirae Asset Securities) were knocked out by Japan’s Sora Matsushima and Matthias Falk (Sweden), respectively.

Lee Eun-hye (No. 2, Korean Air) and Kim Na-young (No. 14)

who reached the top eight in the women’s singles

were also eliminated after losing to Burna Takahashi (Brazil) and Linda Berström (Sweden)


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