Kwon Soon-woo (61st, Dangjin City Hall), a star of Korean men’s tennis, unfortunately lost in the first round of the Davis Cup, a national competition.
Kwon Soon-woo lost 토토사이트 to Jiju Berris (115th) in the 1st singles match against Belgium at the Olympic Park Indoor Tennis Stadium in Songpa-gu, Seoul on the 4th (4th 1 doubles) against Belgium. 6-7 <6-8>).
With Kwon Soon-woo, who had hoped for a certain ‘one-win card’, lost, South Korea inevitably had a tougher fight in the remaining games. On this day, in the second singles, Hong Seong-chan (237th, Sejong City Hall) and David Gopin (41st) face off.
The winner of this matchup will advance to the Davis Cup Finals, equivalent to the round of 16 in the world. On the other hand, the losing side will be pushed to World Group Qualifier 1. Korea, which has advanced to the world’s round of 16 four times so far, in 1981, 1987, 2007 and 2022, will advance to the round of 16 for the second year in a row following last year.
Soon-Woo Kwon won the first set easily and started off in a good mood. After running away with an early game score of 4-0, he won his first set 6-1. However, things started to get tangled in the second set. He broke the serve game first in a 4-4 tie situation, and eventually gave up the second set at 4-6.
The third set was a close match that went all the way to a tie-break. Even in the tie-break, they won the game 3-0 in the first half. However, after that, they gave up 4 points in a row and were reversed.
Kwon Soon-woo, who regrouped, added 3 points in a row and ran away to 6-4, but struggled against the opponent’s aggressive offensive and conceded 4 runs, eventually taking a knee.