Sabalenka Wins Second Consecutive Australian Open Tennis [sport]

Arina Sabalenka (2nd place, Belarus) won her second consecutive women's singles title at the Australian Open tennis tournament (total prize money of 86.5 million Australian dollars, approximately 76.1 billion won).

Sabalenka defeated Zheng Qinwen (15th, China) 2-0 (6-3 6-2) in 1 hour and 16 minutes in the women's singles final on the 14th day of her competition held in Melbourne, Australia on the 27th.

Sabalenka, who won her first major singles title in this tournament last year, successfully defended her title.

The prize money for winning the competition is 3.15 million Australian dollars, or 2.77 billion won in Korean currency. 카지노사이트원

It has been 11 years since Sabalenka won the Australian Open women's singles for two consecutive years since Viktoria Azaranka (22nd, Belarus) in 2012 and 2013.

Sabalenka has reached the semifinals or higher in six consecutive major tournaments from the 2022 US Open to this tournament, establishing a 'two-strong system' in women's tennis with Iga Sibiontech (1st place, Poland).

In particular, Sabalenka won the tournament without losing a single set while playing 7 games.

Sabalenka has won the Australian Open women's singles without loss in two years since Ashley Barty (Australia) in 2022.

When Arina Sabalenka won the Australian Open last year, she only lost one set to her opponent in the final.

Sabalenka won the event, but her world ranking will remain at No. 2 next week, while Chung Chin-won moves up to No. 7.

As soon as the game started, in just 11 minutes, Arina Sabalenka took the lead by leading the game 3-0.

Sabalenka, who reached the singles finals of a major tournament for the third time, dominated the atmosphere from the beginning by dominating Chung Chin-won, who reached the finals of her first Grand Slam tournament.

In addition, Chin-won Jeong had a triple break point at 0-40 during the opponent's serve game with the game score of 0-2, but missed the opportunity to turn the game around by failing to take the game.

Jeong Chin-won, who lost the first set 3-6, committed three double faults in the first serve game of the second set and allowed a break, bringing on a struggle.

The lead was 30-0, but two double faults came out in a row to make it 30-30. Sabalenka's serve return score and Chung Chin-won's double fault again allowed Sabalenka to break.

Sabalenka, who widened the gap with the game score to 2-0 from the beginning of the second set, solidified the victory by once again serving the opponent at 3-1.

Jeong Qin-won, who reached the singles finals of a major tournament as a Chinese player 10 years after the 2014 champion Lina (China), received support from many Chinese fans, but was unable to withstand the heavy attacks of Sabalenka, whose strength is strength.

As Jeong Chin-won, who ranked first in the number of serve aces in the tournament, he had to strictly protect his serve game and plan a counterattack in the opponent's serve game, but the game did not go as planned, with 6 double faults at every critical point and a first serve success rate of only 53%.

However, Chung Qin-Won, born in 2002, became the second Chinese player to enter the top 10 in the singles world rankings after Li Na, who rose to second place in the world, and this was a tournament that confirmed her potential for future development.
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Former SSG Coach Kim Won hyeong, I Wasn’t Good Enough [sport]

Former SSG Coach Kim Won hyeong “I Wasn’t Good Enough… I Understand the Club’s Decision”

“The manager is in a responsible position… The club must have made a difficult decision.”

SSG Landers coach Kim Won-hyung (51) visited the professional baseball SSG Landers office in Incheon on the 31st and met with team officials.

The moment he finished talking with SSG general manager Kim Seong-yong, coach Kim Won-hyung's status became 'former coach.' 온라인카지노사이트

Immediately after being notified of his dismissal by professional baseball SSG Landers, former coach Kim Won-hyung said in a phone call "I wasn't good enough.

This season, the team didn't perform as well as expected, so this is what happened."

Former coach Kim Won-hyung said, “I was notified by the club today.

Since the club made that decision, I have no choice but to follow it.”

“The club must have made a difficult decision,” he said calmly.

He then added, “Please refrain from making hasty speculations regarding the background of the dismissal.”

He added, “I think the club made the decision because the results were not good.”

SSG will discuss replacing the manager starting on the 30th. started, and on the 31st, general manager Kim Seong-yong gave a ‘notice of dismissal’ to former manager Kim Won-hyung.

Despite the sudden notice, former manager Kim Won-hyung did not want the arrow to be pointed at the club.

He said, “My capabilities were not enough,” and “I will rest and cool my head for the time being.”

“I would like to thank the players who have worked with me and the fans who have supported me,” he said, adding, “I hope that the players and coaches will not be upset, will do well in the final training, and have a good next season as well.”

After taking office as head coach of the SK Wyverns in November 2020, former coach Kim led the team without wavering even amid the storm of the club's sale.

SSG, which acquired the SK club, inherited the terms of coach Kim's contract, and former coach Won-hyung Kim tied the longest winning streak since the opening of the 2022 season (10 consecutive wins), tied the most wins in club history (88 wins), and achieved the KBO League's first 'wire to wire'.

He was recognized for his leadership by setting various milestones such as wire-to-wire (maintaining first place from the opening game to the end).

SSG said it would strengthen coach Kim Won-hyung's leadership and renewed his contract for a total of 2.2 billion won for three years, the highest treatment for an active coach during last year's Korean Series.

Coach Kim repaid the club's trust by leading the team to a combined championship.

SSG also achieved good results this year, finishing in 3rd place with 76 wins, 65 losses, 3 draws, and a winning percentage of 0.539 in the regular season.

However, SSG lost three games in the semi-playoffs against NC Dinos and exited the fall stage.

SSG revealed the reason for the manager's dismissal, saying, "It was not because of performance, but the club's choice to pursue change and innovation."

Former coach Kim Won-hyung calmly accepted the club's decision, saying, "A coach is in a position of responsibility.

I think he takes responsibility."
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