Lucky Loser’ Kwon Soon-woo, a regenerated knight, became the first Korean player to win two ATP tours!
Kwon Soon-woo (84th, Dangjin City Hall), a Korean male tennis player, wrote the first record.
On the 14th (Korean time), Kwon Soon-woo beat Roberto Autista Agut (26th, Spain) with a set score of 2-1 (6- 4 3-6 7-6 (7-4)) and built a golden pagoda.
This is the second time Kwon Soon-woo has won the ATP Tour, and is also the first Korean player to win the ATP Tour twice. Previously, Kwon Soon-woo lifted the ATP Tour championship trophy for the first time at the Astana Open in September of last year.바카라
With this, Kwon Sun-woo set the record for the most wins on the Korean ATP Tour, beating Lee Hyeong-taek (current coach of the Orion Tennis Team), who won once at the Adidas International in January 2003.
Previously, Kwon Sun-woo was defeated by Tomas Machác (115th, Czech Republic) in the second round of the preliminary round and was frustrated to advance to the finals, but there were players who did not participate in the finals and boarded the finals as a “lucky loser”. And in the first round of the finals, he met Mahasi again and succeeded in revenge.
He then defeated Pablo Carreño Busta (Spain), ranked 15th in the world, and reached the final by defeating Jack Draper (40th, England) in the semifinals.
Kwon Soon-woo, who made it to the finals, succeeded in overtaking the opponent by breaking from the first serve game in the first set, and eventually won the game through a pressure match. In the second set, Autista Agood counterattacked once.
However, at the end of the tight rally in the third set, Bautista Agood’s serve went off the court and Kwon Soon-woo laughed at the end.
Kwon Soon-woo, who won the championship, will receive 97,760 dollars (approximately 121.41 million won) in prize money.
Kwon Soon-woo, who reaped great results at the Adelaide tournament, is about to compete in the first major tournament of the new year, the Australian Open, on the 16th.