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Badminton Kim Won-ho and Jeong Na-eun advance to Malay Open mixed doubles finals

World No. 22 Hyon Kai Teri defeated Tan Wei Han in the semifinals.

Won-ho Kim (Samsung Life Insurance) and Na-eun Jeong (Hwasun County Office), ranked 7th in the world in badminton mixed doubles, defeated the Singapore group and advanced to the finals of the ‘Malaysia Open’.

Kim Won-ho and Jeong Na-eun defeated world number 22 Hiyong Kai Teri and Tan Wei Han (Singapore) with a game score of 2-0 (21-16 21-16) in the mixed doubles semifinals of the tournament held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on the 13th (Korean time). won and advanced to the finals.

Kim Won-ho and Jeong Na-eun are ahead in their head-to-head record with 2 wins in 2 matches.

Kim Won-ho and Jeong Na-eun, who advanced to the semifinals by defeating world number one Zheng Shiwei and Huang Yachong (China) in the quarterfinals the previous day, cruised all the way to the finals.

The final opponent has not yet been determined. The winner of the match between world No. 2 Yuta Watanabe and Arisa Higashino (Japan) and No. 5 Zhang Zhenfang and Wei Yaxin (China) will advance to the finals.

Kim Won-ho and Jeong Na-eun, who went into the break with the first game tied at 11-10, later widened the score gap thanks to Jeong Na-eun’s active net play. Kim Won-ho’s smash also showed its power.

Afterwards, they made repeated mistakes and allowed the team to trail by one point, but the opponent’s attacks were caught in the net one after another and they escaped the crisis. Kim Won-ho and Jeong Na-eun, who maintained the score difference, comfortably took one game.

In the second game, the score was 11-10 in a close game. As Kim Won-ho’s powerful smash hit the opponent’s court, the tide began to turn towards Korea. Kim Won-ho and Jeong Na-eun, who used the court widely and made their opponents commit mistakes, comfortably won two games and won. 19가이드03



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