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Boll wins Zhou Qihao to send China Men’s Table Tennis World Championships first defeat, Zhang Benzhi and upset and eliminated

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Original title: Boll wins Zhou Qihao to send China Men’s Table Tennis World Championships first defeat Zhang Benzhi and upset and eliminated

On the morning of November 25th, Beijing time, the men’s singles event of the 2021 Houston World Table Tennis Championships continued the second round of competition. Chinese new-generation player Zhou Qihao played against German star Boll. The two previously met in the first round of the 2019 German Open. As a result, Boll won 4-2.

In today’s game, Zhou Qihao lost the first two games 8-11 and 6-11. In the third game, the Chinese teenager fought back and tied the score at 5 with an unfavorable situation of 1-5. After that, the two men attacked and defended each other. Eleven won the crucial third game 11-8. In the fourth game with 3 draws, Boll turned to the defense and made a good attack. Fortunately, Zhou Qihao was not affected, but instead scored 7 points in a row and finally pulled back 11-5.

Zhou Qihao had the upper hand at the start of the fifth game, but Boll repeatedly performed brilliantly in the middle game, and the Chinese teenager was slightly impatient. Boll took the initiative 9-4. In the critical moment, Zhou Qihao let go of his hands and feet and scored 6 points. Unfortunately, he failed to grasp the opportunity in the next game, and Boll finally sealed the victory 12-10.

In another attention-grabbing men’s singles match, Japanese star Zhang Benchiwa fought hard for seven rounds, leading three times and was equalized by his opponents and finally lost in the final game, 3-4 (11-7, 5-11). , 11-7, 6-11, 11-6, 8-11 and 9-11) lost to Polish player Jakub DYJAS (Jakub DYJAS), missed the top 32 men’s singles. .

In a previous women’s singles match, the No. 2 seed in the first round bye, Chinese player Sun Yingsha 4-0 (11-4, 11-3, 11-9 and 11-3) easily defeated Hong Kong’s Wu Yinglan, Advance to the top 32.

After the game, Yingsha Sun said that this was her first game in the World Table Tennis Championships. She was very happy to be able to compete with such excellent players as Wu Yinglan on the field. At the same time, she would like to thank so many people for cheering for herself today. Go to show you more exciting games,” Sun Yingsha said in the end.

(Sohu Sports Guo Jian/Text)

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