On July 10th, Beijing time, the 2019 ITTF Australian Open began the final round of women's singles qualification. The female table tennis devil Sun Yingsha, in the match against Singapore player Zeng Jian, was accidentally hit by a 11-2 crit, but in the end she still advanced 4-1 and advanced to the race.
That round was unexpectedly beaten and beaten, actually Sun Yingsha reflects unstable physical fitness and state. After participating in the Korean Open, Sun Yingsha rushed to Australia non-stop. Due to flight problems, she failed to even participate in the pre-match training, so she went into the qualifying game. She got on the table right after getting off the plane. After the first round, she said frankly. : "The legs are shaking."
Fortunately, facing Zeng Jian in the second round, she still passed the level in extremely difficult circumstances. In the past two Opens, Yingsha Sun has performed very well. After this time, she is expected to play the role of the big dark horse again.
Facing Zeng Jian, Sun Yingsha was actually in the first game The game was very easy and won with 11-3 soldiers without blood. But in the next game, the situation on the court suddenly changed. On the one hand, Sun Yingsha's own initiative errors increased, which gave Zeng Jian too many opportunities to score easily. On the other hand, Zeng Jian also took advantage of the situation to play better and better. In the end, she won the second game with a big score of 11-2, and the battle between the two sides became 1-1.
Such an unexpected big loss, obviously Sun Yingsha did not expect.After all, the national table tennis devil still has a complete advantage in strength. In the subsequent third game, Sun Yingsha quickly recovered her form 11-4, leading 2-1 by a big score.
In the last two games, Sun Yingsha did not give her opponent any chance After winning two rounds again, he beat his opponent 4-1 by a big score and advanced to the race. Regarding her final position in the race, the results will not be released until all the qualifying matches are over.