Facing the Korean player An Xiying who bravely saved 4 decisive points in the previous top 4 match and finally defeated Chinese Taipei star Tai Tzu-ying, Chen Yufei’s match record is superior (the last 10 matches between Chen An and Shuangshu, Chen Yufei recorded 8 wins and 2 losses), but An Xiying played significantly better in the first game, and took the first game with 21:17. Chen Yufei fought back after adjusting her status in the second game, and established a lead early and pulled back a victory at 21:10.
In the final decisive game, An Xiying took advantage of Chen Yufei’s unstable position to lead 5:1 in the early stage. After Chen Yufei, who was behind, took the initiative to score at the net many times to recover the lost ground, An Xiying accelerated the pace again and took the initiative, taking the lead twice. Advantages to 12:7 and 17:13. Chen Yufei, who did not give up, took advantage of An Xiying’s many offensive mistakes, and once again caught up to a 17:17 tie. However, Chen Yufei’s two strong attack mistakes later became the fatal injury. An Xiying finally won the deciding game with 21:19, becoming the champion of the All England Championship for the first time. .
The mixed doubles final earlier on the same day was also staged in the China-Korea battle. Zheng Siwei/Huang Yaqiong of the Chinese team won Xu Chengzai/Cai Yujung 21:16, 16:21, 21:12. As for the South Korean women’s doubles, Kim So Young/Kong Hee Yong won the title.
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