Carolina Marín, fourth seeded at the Thailand Open, lost in the semifinals to the South Korean An Se Youngfirst favorite of the tournament and number 2 in the world ranking.
After 44 minutes of the game, the score reflected the superiority of the Asian player, 21-16 y 21-12with few options for Huelva who could not close the differences that An Se Young established in the two sets from the beginning of both.
“Right now I’m very upset with myself because of the many mistakes I’ve made on the track. Faced with this type of player who only keeps the steering wheel in play, it’s difficult, because they get the points through my mistakes,” she explained. Marin in submitted statements. “I have to work on these situations, the sensations on the court and now all I have to do is rest and prepare for the next tournament in Singapore,” she concluded after the defeat in the semifinals in Thailand.
With this victory, the south korean undoes the tie that both players had in their confrontations and goes on to dominate 5-4.
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