Seoul Open Semifinalist Jeong Yoon-seong, with a wild card, challenges to the finals at the same time in singles and doubles today

Jung Yoon-seong (ranked 363, Uijeongbu City Hall), who is competing in the Men’s Professional Tennis (ATP) Seoul Open Challenger, advanced to the semifinals in both singles and doubles. In a tournament he entered after receiving a wild card, he had a proper accident.

Jeong Yun-sung defeated Australia’s Linky Hijikata (141st) 2-0 (6-2 6-3) in the singles quarterfinals on the 5th day of the tournament held at the Olympic Park tennis court in Seoul on the 28th.

Jung Yun-seong will compete in the second match of the semi-finals, which starts at noon on the 29th, and challenge Australia’s Aleksandar Vukic (142nd, Australia) to the first final of the Challenger tournament.

Prior to the Jung Yun-seong game, a singles semifinal match between Buyunchao Cutter (242nd, China) and Uchiyama Yatsudaka (277th, Japan) will be held.

Jung Yun-seong’s best singles performance at the ATP Challenger event was the semifinals, which he has experienced twice.ㅋㅋㅋ벳

Jung Yun-seong and Bukic met once in 2019 and Bukic won 2-0, but there are many prospects that this time it will be different. After the semifinals were confirmed on the 28th, Jeong Yoon-seong, who was interviewed, expressed his determination to reach the first final in singles, saying, “I will focus more on singles.”

In the quarterfinals of the doubles match with Shimizu Utah (Japan), Jung Yun-seong defeated Andrew Harris-John Patrick Smith (above Australia) 2-0 (6-4 6-3) to advance to the semifinals.

In the semi-finals, which will be the last game on the 29th, the group Jung Yoon-seong and Shimizu will face the Arjun Cade-Purabraya (above India) group.

Meanwhile, Hong Seong-chan (194th, Sejong City Hall), who challenged to the semifinals with Jung Yun-seong, lost to Buwin Chao Cutter 0-2 (4-6 4-6).

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