Kwon Soon-woo (697th) was eliminated in the first round of the men’s singles at the Australian Open tennis tournament, the first major tournament of the season (total prize money of 86.5 million Australian dollars, about 76.1 billion won).
Kwon Soon-woo lost to Lukasz Klein (163rd, Slovakia) 1-3 (6-7<0-7> 6-4 6) in the first round of the men’s singles final on the third day of the Australian Open tennis tournament held in Melbourne, Australia on the 16th, after a close match of 3 hours and 10 minutes. -7<3-7> lost 3-6).
Kwon Soon-woo, who competed in practice for the first time in about four months since the Davis Cup, a national competition held in September last year, was unable to overcome the tie-breaks in the first and third sets and failed to advance to the second round.
Kwon Soon-woo was eliminated in the first round at the Australian Open for two consecutive years, and recently lost three consecutive major tournaments.
Kwon Soon-woo, who was eliminated in the first round at the Australian Open and US Open last year, did not participate in the French Open and Wimbledon.His most recent major victory is advancing to the second round of the 2022 US Open.
Kwon Soon-woo, who lost the first set without winning a single point in the first set tiebreak, steadily maintained each other’s serve game in the second set, and then won the opponent’s serve game with a game score of 5-4, bringing the game back to square one.
However, in the third set, he conceded a point on his first serve in the tiebreak and was dragged down to 0-3. He later followed up with two points with his own serve, but was unable to overcome the early inferiority and ended up losing the third set with a score of 3-7.
Kwon Soon-woo had 3 double faults in his serve game in the 4th set when the game score was 3-4, ultimately giving him the game and failing to take the game to the 5th set. 19가이드03