Chinese tennis “Xiaohua” Zheng Qinwen missed the tour’s first championship

Chinese tennis “Xiaohua” Zheng Qinwen missed the tour’s first championship

2022-09-25 18:00:17Source: Xi’an News Network

In the final of the women’s singles at Tokyo WTA500 station on the afternoon of the 25th, Beijing time, 19-year-old Chinese Zheng Qinwen lost 0: 2 to Russian Samsonova, missing her first career championship.

Zheng Qinwen performed well this time in the Tokyo Station competition, in which he knocked out number 4 seeded Kudmetova in the semifinals and entered the tour final for the first time in his career. Zheng Qinwen’s opponent in the final was Samsonova. The two only met once in the past year. At that moment, Zheng Qinwen won the WTA main match for the first time in her career. In this match, Zheng Qinwen missed the 5: 4 (30: 0) lead in the first set, so he committed a double foul at a critical moment in the eleventh game, and was broken by the opponent, and eventually got lost the first set 5: 7. In the second set, the game between the two was also stalled: after reaching a draw of 5: 5, Samsonova won two consecutive games with a break and guarantee, and won 7: 5.

Even though he lost this match, Zheng Qinwen will rank in the top 30 in the world next week and reach number 28. For this young player, who was out of the top 100 in the world at the start of the season, the rapid improvement in the ranking there is also his best year in the last year, the epitome of performance. After the game, Zheng Qinwen said in an interview: “This is the first time I reach the final of the tour and I am very grateful to my team. Opponent’s performance today is very good. This is not my day. It is a pity that I could not win the game, but I will continue to work hard. ” Yan Bin, an all media reporter from Xi’an Newspaper Industry

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