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Koreans dominate ITF 



South Korean compatriots Lim Minseob and top seed Jeong Yeongseok having a ball in the semi-finals yesterday. It was such a weird match as it went to three sets and the number one seed prevailed 6-3 0-6 6-4. It seems both knew each other’s gameplay and they were even laughing and joking after some plays. It wasn’t as tensed as the other quarter-final matches.

It wasn’t meant to be for Linda Leong who celebrated 16th birthday three days ago as she squared a 3-0 lead in the second set before eventually losing in three sets to Park Subin. It was a decisive moment when Park Subin asked for a medical time out when she was 3-0 down in the second set and she won six straight games to make it one set a piece. The Korean won 6-7 6-3 6-1 yesterday.

The father of Linda Leong (in blue) watching the quarter finals yesterday

Linda wasn’t happy with the call made by Subin and it affected her mental game as the game progressed

Yesterday there were a few upsets. South Korean Lee Jeong Heon, 7th seed, beat 2nd seed of the tournament Japanese James Kent in rubber set 6-3 4-6 6-3 in the quarter finals and the match lasted 3 hours 20 minutes.

James Kent was so furious with some of the calls made by the Korean in the quarter-final match yesterday. For your info, there are no linesmen or umpire to officiate all the matches except for the finals. So the calls are based on the integrity of the players. Hence, if a player is unsatisfied with the call, he or she will call upon the tournament official. It happened on numerous occasion during this match. However, if the match between the compatriots especially the Koreans, there weren’t any request for a judgment call.

6th seed Hong Seung Heon made it to the semi-finals as he beat James Kent’s conquerer Lee Jeong Heon earlier this morning. He will face his compatriot and no.1 seed Jeong Yeongseok tomorrow at 9:30am at the National Tennis Centre.

One of my favourite players of the tournament and he is seeded no.3 from Japan, Shinji Hazawa. He had a good tournament and reached the semi-finals. He eventually lost to no.1 seed Jeong Yeongseok earlier this morning 6-3 6-4

The top seed of the tournament Jeong Yeongseok taking a breather and enjoying the shade after every point. His ground strokes are the best I’ve seen so far.

A dispute call late in the game in today’s semi-finals. I salute the integrity of Hazawa (below) as he hardly made any bad calls and only requested for a call for the official.

The finalist for tomorrow as Gwak Mi Ryung has been consistent this week and beat her compatriot Park Subin 6-4 6-4 in the semi-finals today. My favourite lady player now since Joleta of Indonesia has been eliminated. 

Another finalist for the ladies is Shih Hsin-Yuan of Chinese Taipei who won her semi-final match 6-2 6-1 against Hyeran Yung of South Korea earlier this morning

Sixth seed Hyeran Yung ran out of steam as she lost with less resistance this morning



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