Macao tournament Li Xuerui missed the womens singles top four missing 2018 people fourth crowns

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 Macao tournament Li Xuerui missed the womens singles top four missing 2018 people fourth crowns


Since her comeback this year, Li Xueli has won three low-level championships, the Lingshui Masters Competition, the United States and Canada Competition. Because of her weak opponents, she also has the opportunity to climb the top and improve her ranking points. In the quarter-finals, Li Xueli met Canadian Chinese competitor Li Wenshan. They had two matches this year. In the American and Canadian competitions in June, the two sides met for two consecutive weeks. Li Xueli won the two back-to-back competitions and finally won the championships.

After the 11-level draw, Li Xuelis mistakes increased. Li Wenshan gradually controlled the situation and stepped up the offensive until the end of the game. Li Xueli lost the first game by 15-21. Li Xueli was still in poor condition in the first half of the second inning, scoring 6 points in a row until 7-11 to achieve a counter-surpass, but he fell passive again when he entered the middle stage. Despite reaching 18-level at 15-18:00, Li Xueli failed to continue to exert pressure, losing 3 points to 18-21 and losing two games to Li Wenshan.

In another womens singles quarter-final, Han Yue won 21-12 and 21-16 straight sets against Ji Shuting in the civil war between the two Chinese players. In the semi-finals, Han Yues opponent will be Zhang Yanyi from Hongkong, China. In the mens singles 1/4 finals, Zhou Zeqi faced Wu Jialang in Hong Kong, China. He lost one game in 15-21, pulled two sets in 21-14 and 21-19, and became the only national badminton player to reach the top four. Zhao Junpeng faced Lu Jiahong in Taipei, China, and lost two games in succession to 16-21 and 20-22, the latter becoming Zhou Zeqis semi-final opponent. Facing veteran Korean general Lee Hyun-yi, Lu Guangzu was beaten by his opponents in 21-15 and 22-20 rounds in 21-14, but failed to win the top four. Source: NetEase sports writer: Leon editor in charge: Liu Jie _NS6529

In another womens singles quarter-final, Han Yue won 21-12 and 21-16 straight sets against Ji Shuting in the civil war between the two Chinese players. In the semi-finals, Han Yues opponent will be Zhang Yanyi from Hongkong, China. In the mens singles 1/4 finals, Zhou Zeqi faced Wu Jialang in Hong Kong, China. He lost one game in 15-21, pulled two sets in 21-14 and 21-19, and became the only national badminton player to reach the top four.

Zhao Junpeng faced Lu Jiahong in Taipei, China, and lost two games in succession to 16-21 and 20-22, the latter becoming Zhou Zeqis semi-final opponent. Facing veteran Korean general Lee Hyun-yi, Lu Guangzu was beaten by his opponents in 21-15 and 22-20 rounds in 21-14, but failed to win the top four.