Kwon Soon-woo (26, Dangjin City Hall), who became the first Korean tennis player to win his second ATP tour, said, “I did my best without thinking about the record.”

Kwon Soon-woo defeated Roberto Bautista Agut (26th, Spain) in the final of the 2nd round of the ATP Tour Adelaide International (total prize money: $642,735) held in Adelaide, Australia on the 14th, 2-1 (6-1) after a bloody battle of 2 hours and 42 minutes. 4 3-6 7-6 <7-4>) and won the championship.

Kwon Soon-woo, who won his second championship in 1 year and 4 months, surpassed Orion Tennis Team coach Lee Hyeong-taek, who won the Adidas International once in January 2003, and became the record holder for the most wins on the Korean ATP Tour.

Kwon Soon-woo, who took a ‘big step’ in Korean tennis, said he was unaware of this and focused only on the game.

Kwon Sun-woo met with local reporters after the game and said, “I didn’t think about the record part. It would be nice if it was Korean history, but I thought it would be rather burdensome to think about it. Today, I just did my best as much as I could.” 카지노

Soon-Woo Kwon seemed to be frustrated by Tomas Machachi (Czech Republic) in the preliminaries, but thanks to a player who did not participate in the finals, he joined the finals as a ‘lucky loser’.

Then, in the first round of the finals, he insulted Mahachi in a good way, and then went on a winning streak to win the championship.

It is very rare for a lucky loser to win an ATP tour event, and Kwon Soon-woo’s victory this time is the 10th case ever.

Kwon Soon-woo said, “It was difficult to meet the player who beat me in the preliminary round again in the final round.”

He continued, “I gained confidence while defeating my opponent.

Kwon Soon-woo also said, “I was nervous because today’s performance was worse than yesterday or the previous game, but since it was the final, I did not want to give up until the end. As a result, the result was good.”

Kwon Soon-woo’s serve was stronger than last year.

Kwon Soon-woo said, “I tried to increase the success rate by watching the course without strength for speed, but I was rather strong.”

The Adelaide International is a prelude to the first major tournament of the new year, the Australian Open, which opens on the 16th.

Kwon Soon-woo, who gained momentum by winning this tournament, will face Christopher Eubanks (USA) in the first round of the Australian Open.

Kwon Soon-woo faced Eubanks once last year and won 2-1 (7-6<8-6> 1-6 6-4).

Kwon Soon-woo said, “I don’t think Daejin-woon is good. If you’re a player who plays in the finals of a major tournament, there won’t be a big difference in performance.”

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