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Asian Games: All four finalists of men's singles were released, and Lin Yunru lost 3-4 to Huang Zhenting
The men's singles table tennis competition at the Hangzhou Asian Games has entered a critical stage.
In the latest competition, China's Lin Yunru and China's Huang Zhenting faced off in a fierce battle.
However, in this tense confrontation, Lin Yunru finally lost to Huang Zhenting 3-4.
The entire men's singles semifinalist spot was swept by China, Hong Kong and South Korea.
This competition became a true battle for the pinnacle of the East.
Although there seemed to be some unpopularity at first, the strong players of the various delegations managed to advance to this stage.
This highly anticipated showdown saw two top fighters clash with high levels of skill and fighting spirit.
Both physically and technically, both showed extraordinary ability, and there was no clear winner or loser between them.
It is worth noting that in the previous process, many famous players such as Zhang Benzhihe have also been out one after another, which undoubtedly gives other players more opportunities to prove themselves.
For Hong Kong's Huang Zhenting, his victory against Lin Yunru was a surprise breakthrough.
It is worth mentioning that Fan Zhendong, Wang Chuqin and Huang Zhenting have all won medals at the Asian Games, and they have shown strong strength and solid skills to make the audience applaud.
Zhang Benzhihe and other famous players unfortunately lost, but the whole game was still full of tension and excitement.
With all four men's singles semifinals in place, the semifinals are just around the corner.
Among them, Fan Zhendong will face Zhang Yuzhen, while Wang Chuqin will face Huang Zhenting.
These two semi-finals are destined to bring us exciting matchups and attract great attention among table tennis fans around the world.
As one of the most successful table tennis delegations in the previous Asian Games, the Chinese team has attracted much attention in this competition and looks forward to taking home more gold medals.
Each contestant will give their all to win glory for their country.
In this fierce competition, the audience can appreciate the superb skills of the top table tennis players, but also arouse admiration for their hard work and indomitable will.
Regardless of who wins in the end, the tenacity and perseverance shown in each participant is worth learning.
All four outstanding semi-finalists proved that they are among the best, strongest and potential stocks in the world.
Looking forward to these exciting matches to bring us more surprises!
Asian Games: South Korea won the women's team gold medal for the first time in 29 years, and the coaches of the Korean team openly mocked He Bingjiao
Recently, in the women's badminton team competition of the Asian Games held in Hangzhou, the Chinese team lost to the South Korean team in the final.
This is the second time since 1994 that South Korea has won the gold medal in this event in 29 years.
Regrettably and outrageously, however, a sensational incident occurred after the match – a South Korean women's singles coach and his players reportedly openly mocked China's He Bingjiao.
This game is undoubtedly a huge blow for China.
During the whole process, the Chinese team lost 6 consecutive games without winning a single game, and finally lost.
Chen Yufei's defeat to An Zhiying and the defeat of the Fan Chen combination to Bai Haona/Li Shaoxi became one of the important reasons for this failure.
But the most concerned and condemned is that He Bingjiao was easily defeated by Jin Jiaen, and was also insulted by the opposing coach.
As an excellent athlete and Olympic champion, in such a high-pressure environment, He Bingjiao's mentality may have been seriously affected.
However, this does not mean that opponents and coaches have the right to publicly humiliate her.
Sportsmanship should be a representation of fairness, friendship and respect, and such behaviour should not be tolerated in the world of sport.
The Chinese badminton team has always been one of the most powerful forces in Asia and even the world, and has made countless remarkable achievements in the past few decades.
However, in competitive sports, there is a perception that victory and defeat are the norm, and failure does not fully define a team or individual.
We should learn to accept defeat and learn from it.
In contrast, South Korea is far ahead of other Asian countries and regions since winning the women's team gold medal in 1994.
Their 29-year wait to reach the top again shows their long-term commitment to the development of badminton.
But it's worth pondering whether you can keep your posture right after winning? What kind of state of mind do we ask our players to have? What qualities do we expect from coaches? Also, as a spectator and the media, how should you be impartial in reporting and commenting on the competition?
This incident has brought a wake-up call to the Asian Games and the entire badminton community.
Whether winners or losers, all participants need to reflect deeply and maintain respect and attention to the spirit of competition.
In future competitions, we look forward to seeing more fair competition, friendship and cooperation and mutual respect between opponents.
This will also become the driving force to promote the further development and growth of badminton to meet challenges and improve its own strength.
Ryukyu players stepped on the Japanese flag at the Asian Games, and Japan was embarrassed
Recently, at the Asian Games in which Asian countries participated, the actions of the Ryukyu delegation attracted widespread attention.
A group of athletes wearing Ryukyu team uniforms reportedly inadvertently stepped on the Japanese flag spread on the ground while accepting the medal.
This image was captured by the camera and quickly spread, provoking a great response.
As a special ethnic zone, Ryukyu has always been proud of its unique cultural and historical background.
However, in the past few decades, due to many political and historical reasons, the local people have resisted Japanese rule and have independent demands.
It is the collective perception cultivated based on this combination of internal and external factors that created this incident.
The first thing to make clear is that "stepping on" the Japanese flag is not simply the result of an uncontrolled or lack of sensitivity to the behavior of individual players.
This gesture is both a memory and reflection on the suffering of past history and a strong expression of the current political status quo.
The challenges and embarrassments caused by the Ryukyu delegation's actions are hard to face.
In international stadium unions, similar acts such as "stepping on" the national flag are widely regarded as uncivilized, insulting and even illegal from both moral and legal aspects.
However, the collective turn of the Ryukyu players without facing the Japanese flag impressed the audience and became a very representative event during the period of rising nationalist sentiment in other parts of Asia, such as South Korea and China.
Today, the act of "stepping on" the Japanese flag is so loud that more attention from around the world is focusing on long-standing unresolved issues on the islands, potentially inspiring broader discussion and action.
Japan is also embarrassed by the move.
They face the challenge of how to deal with similar events and the pressure of public opinion.
On the one hand, Japan needs to face up to the demands of the Ryukyu people in terms of history, culture, and autonomy, and actively seek reasonable solutions. On the other hand, the complex and sensitive geopolitical relations among Asian countries make it imperative for Japan to take into account multiple factors and properly handle them without exacerbating other ethnic issues or leading to internal divisions.
The deep challenges and embarrassment caused by Ryukyu athletes stepping on the Japanese flag at the Asian Games have forced us to re-examine the long-standing but rarely hidden issues in East Asia.
This event gave us an opportunity to reflect on and explore ways to resolve issues of racial identity, such as the right to autonomy for the Ryukyus, and contribute to the promotion of stability and prosperity throughout East Asia.
Asian Games: Women's singles final lineup released, Sun Yingsha defeated Shin Yubin Wang Yidi lost to Hina Hayada
In the women's singles semifinals of the table tennis event at the Asian Games, China's Sun Yingsha and Wang Yidi faced South Korea's Shin Yubin and Japan's Hina Hayada, respectively.
In the end, Sun Yingsha swept her opponent 4-0 to win, while Wang Yidi lost to Hina Hayata in a hard-fought seven-game match.
This women's singles semifinal is actually the result of the Chinese table tennis team not being able to win the championship and runner-up.
As a top team, in the past few Asian Games, the Chinese team has been able to seize the gold medal position in the women's team, men's team and various sports.
However, there were some surprises in this year's competition.
The first is the contest between Sun Yingsha and Shin Yubin.
As one of the new generation of players, Sun Yingsha showed her excellent skills and stable performance.
Putting pressure on her opponent from the start, she said goodbye to Shin Yubin with a 4-0 victory.
This match showed Sun Yingsha's all-round strength in attack and defense.
The other semi-final was a fierce battle between Wang Yidi and Hina Hayada.
The two players fought inextricably, and after seven rounds, Hina Hayata defeated Wang Yidi with a steady play.
Despite her excellent performance, Wang Yidi has lost to Hina Hayata for the second time in a row and may have more difficulty qualifying for the women's singles event at the Paris Olympics.
For the Chinese table tennis team, this result is certainly not ideal.
They had expected to win all the gold medals and show the world their dominance and prowess.
However, in competitive sports, "dark horses" often appear and add more excitement and uncertainty to the game.
Although it did not advance to the final, the Chinese delegation still had one achievement to celebrate - Dadi won the bronze medal in the women's singles.
As the only foreign player in the Chinese team to be shortlisted for the top four, Dadi achieved good results in the Asian Games and added a medal to the Chinese table tennis team.
Both players have shown great strength and stable play, and the battle between them is sure to be exciting.
No matter what challenges they face, they are able to maintain their confidence and take on new competitions.
At the same time, we also expect the Chinese players in other projects to achieve better results and achieve better results in the remaining time.
After all, behind every failure lies more valuable lessons and lessons.
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