Kwon Soon-woo (25, Dangjin City Hall) lost in the men’s professional tennis (ATP) tour Adelaide International 2nd Preliminary Final, but took the right to participate in the finals as a ‘lucky loser’.
Kwon Soon-woo lost 1-2 (5-7, 6-3, 3-6) to Thomas Machach (Czech Republic, world number 115) in the singles preliminary final of the ATP 250 Series Adelaide International 2nd Round held in Adelaide, Australia on the 9th.
Kwon Soon-woo, who started the first qualifying round last week, the season opener, won both the first and second rounds and succeeded in advancing to the finals.
However, he was eliminated after losing 0-2 (2-6 1-6) to Jack Draper (UK, world No. 42) in the first round of the finals.
Kwon Soon-woo, who challenged the second tournament, lost in the second round of the preliminary round, but advanced to the finals as a lucky loser. Among the finalists for this tournament, Sebastian Corda (USA, world No. 31) and Nishioka Yoshihito (Japan, world No. 33) announced that they would not participate in the tournament due to injury. 스포츠토토
In the end, the two dropouts were given a chance to compete in the finals, and Kwon Soon-woo got lucky with Christopher O’Connell (Australia, world ranking 79th).
In the first round of the finals, Kwon Soon-woo will reunite with Mahachi, whom he faced in the finals of the preliminary round. In the first round, Kwon Soon-woo advances to the second round and challenges revenge.
In the second round of the Adelaide International, Andrei Rublev (Russia, world No. 6) got the top seed.
Meanwhile, TV channel SPOTV ON and sports OTT service SPOTV NOW will broadcast live satellites of major matches of the second round of the Adelaide International. It will also be broadcast live on SPOTV ASIA (Spotv Asia). Sporty Asia is a channel broadcasting to 13 countries in Southeast Asia and broadcasts tennis grand slam tournaments such as Wimbledon and US Open, men’s professional tennis ATP tour, motorcycle racing competition MotoGP (GP), WTT (World Table Tennis) table tennis competition, and BWF ( World Badminton Federation) badminton competition, International Sports Climbing (IFSC), Sports Climbing World Cup, etc. are provided.