Reporter Park Dae-ro = The new team, Hwaseong City Hall, which was evaluated as the weakest in the table tennis National League, won a come-from-behind victory over strong championship candidate Sancheong-gun Office.
Hwaseong City Hall defeated last season’s winner Sancheong-gun Office with a match score of 3-2 in the first round of the 2023 Dunamu Korea Professional Table Tennis League (KTTL) Men’s National League held at Studio T (Gwanggyo Gymnasium), a table tennis stadium in Suwon, Gyeonggi Province on the 26th. .
Hwaseong City Hall caused a blue wave by catching Sancheong-gun Office, the winning team of the 2022 season, in the first game of its founding.
Sancheong-gun Office finished second in the regular league last year, but it is a powerhouse that achieved a come-from-behind victory by winning two wins in the championship match through the playoffs with the one-two punch of Cheon Min-hyeok and Cho Jae-jun. Sancheong-gun Office is also counted as one of the top three this season along with Seoul City Hall and Incheon Facilities Corporation.
On the other hand, Hwaseong City Hall recruited general manager Kim Hyeong-seok, who served as the national women’s table tennis coach, and established a men’s and women’s team early this month. Hwaseong City Hall, which failed to secure excellent players due to the urgent founding schedule, has been evaluated as the lowest in the league. 스포츠토토
Match 1 and 2 were all won by Sancheong-gun Office. Cho Jae-Jun showed off his skills and dismissed Park Min-Jun 2-0. In the second match, Oh Min-seo beat Ha Seong-bin 2-1.
Paran started with 3 matches. Hwaseong City Hall Lim Gyu-hyeon and Park Min-jun won a come-from-behind victory over Sancheong-gun Office Oh Min-seo and Kim Soo-hwan, famous for their strong doubles, 2-1 (6-11 11-8 11-8).
Then, Seongbin Ha of Hwaseong City Hall, who was the top player in his college days, won another come-from-behind victory by defeating Jae-Jun Cho by 11-7 in the last two games in a 4-match ace match.
Lim Gyu-hyun of Hwaseong City Hall, who started 5 matches, quickly adapted to Cheon Min-hyeok’s skillful play and completed a come-from-behind victory 2-1 (9-11 11-5 11-7).
The men’s and women’s national leagues, which put the honor of their hometown on the line, started their two-month schedule from the 25th. Games are held at 3:00 and 7:00 p.m., 6 days a week, except Tuesdays. On weekends, an 11 a.m. game is added.