Peep that doesn’t hurt! Victory march Shin Yubin, growing AG dream

February 10, 2023 0 Comments

 Shin Yu-bin (19) of ‘Beep’ blows the whistle of the victory march after debuting in the professional table tennis league.

Shin Yu-bin won two matches against the Korean Racing Association in the women’s Korea League match of the ‘2023 Dunamu Korea Professional Table Tennis League (KTTL)’ held at Suwon Table Tennis Stadium Studio T (Gwanggyo Gymnasium) on the 9th.

Shin Yu-bin faced Choi Hyo-joo, the “ace” of the Horse Association, in the two singles matches. Shin Yu-bin, who had been dragged 2-5 in the first game due to a mistake, turned around with a powerful backhand topspin and won 12-10. In the second game, Shin Yu-bin, who was relaxed, dominated the game with a powerful forehand attack and brought it to 11-4.

He also laughed at the 4-game singles ace match. Shin Yu-bin, who met Seo Hyo-won of ‘defense table tennis’, showed off her attack power and won one game. In the second game, they won 15-13 after a deuce battle.

On the 5th, in the match against POSCO International, Shin Yu-bin, who defeated Na-young Kim and Ha-eun Yang 2-0, won all 4 matches without giving up a single game in her professional debut. In the women’s singles rankings, she jumped to 10th at once.

This is the first time for Shin Yu-bin, who had to go through a long rehabilitation period due to two surgeries due to a wrist stress fracture injury, to participate in the professional league launched last year. It has been about 1 year and 5 months since he appeared on the domestic table tennis stage.

Shin Yu-bin, who cried a lot because she was unable to participate in the national team selection match while clinging to rehabilitation, won her first two gold medals at an international competition at the end of last year, and won the right to participate in all events by participating in the 2023 Durban World Championship Asian regional qualifiers.

Shin Yu-bin, who has risen to 19th in the world rankings, has also recovered a lot of wrists. The strength of the lower body has improved, so you can move more actively, and the attack range has been further expanded. It seems that the true value of Shin Yu-bin, who is not in pain, is being revealed.

If this is the case, you can look forward to Shin Yu-bin’s 2023 year. Shin Yu-bin, who played an active part as the youngest national table tennis player in the history of Korean table tennis at the Tokyo Olympics, can aim for a medal as the Asian Games in Hangzhou are postponed for a year.

Recently, Shin Yu-bin said, “(Last year) I cried a lot토토사이트. (The Asian Games are postponed, etc.) Now I feel like they are helping me. She has not yet become the (AG) national representative, but as much as her fans have waited for her, she will definitely repay her with good grades.”

Shin Yu-bin, whose body has become stronger and mentally strong, is raising the expectations of table tennis fans.

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