Red flag in round of 16′ Coach Park Seung-gyu “Players did their best… We will definitely win in doubles”

Correspondent Moon Dae-hyun = As the Korean men’s tennis team lost one after another to Belgium national team players in the Davis Cup singles, red flags were turned on to advance to the round of 16 for the second year in a row, and coach Park Seung-gyu foretold a rebound in the remaining games.

Kwon Soon-woo (61st, Dangjin City Hall) lost 메이저놀이터 to Jiju Berris (115th) in the first singles match held at the Olympic Park indoor tennis court in Songpa-gu, Seoul on the morning of the 4th. .

In the second singles match held shortly thereafter, Hong Seong-chan (237th, Sejong City Hall) was completely defeated by David Gopin (41st) 0-2 (4-6 2-6).

In the Davis Cup, where 3 out of 5 matches (4 singles, 1 doubles) are won, Korea expected at least 1 win and 1 loss, but Kwon Soon-woo collapsed in the first game, and the plan was twisted. Here, Hong Seong-chan faced a difficult phase as he could not make a reversal.

In the doubles match to be held on the 5th, if Song Min-gyu (doubles 147th, KDB Industrial Bank)-Nam Ji-seong (doubles 152nd, Sejong City Hall) group fails to defeat Yoran Bligen (53rd)-Sander Gillet (55th) Instead of advancing to the final round of 16, they go down to World Group Qualifier 1.

Head coach Park Seung-gyu, who held a press conference after finishing the two singles matches on the first day, said, “The players did their best, but it seems that the opponent’s condition was better than ours.”

Director Park said, “There is a side that the atmosphere is down as Kwon Soon-woo unfortunately lost in the first singles. Although Hong Seong-chan lost, I think he showed his skills as much as possible.” I made up my mind.

He continued, “The Belgian doubles team has been working together for a long time, but Song Min-gyu and Nam Ji-sung are also good.”

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