Chinese Taipei Biggest Winner at French Open – Tai and Lee/Lee lifted the title
The end of October is a good week for Chinese Taipei. Women’s Singles player Tai Tzu Ying won the Superseries title at French Open, which was her fourth Superseries champion in 2017. In addition, Chinese Taipei Men’s Doubles pair Lee Yang/Lee Jhe Huei lifted their first Superseries title in Paris.
The Queen Tai Tzu Ying took the crown.
Lee Yang / Lee Jhe Huei earned the first Superseries title in their career
Tai Tzu Ying, as a dominated player in Women’s Singles who just suffered shoulder injury last month. However, the queen showed her power and dominance on court again at French Open. It was impressed that she took only 10 minutes to beat Japanese player Akane Yamaguchi in first game. Finally, the artist on court won the championship in 31 minutes, which was her first title at French Open.
Tai Tzu Ying dominated on the court, who took only 31 minutes to lift the title.
Lee Yang/ Lee Jhe Huei, a current World No.8 pair in Men’s Doubles reached the first Superseries finals at French Open. They faced experienced Danish Mathias Boe and Carsten Mogensen, but the young pair was afraid of nothing. They attacked fiercely and saved a game point in second game. The desire of championship made them strong, and eventually won the first Superseries title of their career.
Lee Jhe Huei / Lee Yang did it well at French Open.
The Denmark Open winners Lee So Hee/Shin Seung Chan were still in a great form. They reached finals twice in a row recently. This time, the pair won the silver medal.
Korean Women's Doubles pair Shin Seung Chan / Lee So Hee reached finals twice in a row recently.
Although Korean Men’s Singles player Son Wan Ho and Women’s Singles player Sung Ji Hyun didn’t perform well in Paris, the young stars Jeon Hyeok Jin and Lee Jang Mi had breakthroughs at French Open. Jeon Hyeok Jin won the match against World No.5 Chou Tien Chen. Besides, Lee Jang Mi beat the Olympics gold medalist Carolina Marin. Both of the young Korean players reached quarterfinals this time.
Final result of VICTOR stars these two weeks in Europe was three champions, a silver medal and two bronze medals.
Korean Women's Singles player Lee Jang Mi beat Carolina Marin at French Open.