Shin Ji-ae ‘The Second Coming of the Final Queen’… US Women’s Open runner-up

Shin Ji-ae ‘The Second Coming of the Final Queen’… US Women’s Open runner-up

Women’s golfer Shin Ji-ae showed her back on the last day of the US Women’s Open and took the joint runner-up.

In the women’s singles round of 16 at the Wimbledon tennis tournament, Ukrainian national Svitolina defeated her war partner Belarus.

Shin Ji-ae made a birdie on the 18th hole and raised her fist.

Jiae Shin, a 35-year-old veteran who competed in the US Women’s Open for the first time in four years, showed what she looked like in her prime, dubbed ‘Final Queen’, by driving her birdies on her final day.

By tying 5 birdies and 1 bogey, she reduced four strokes and finished runner-up at 6 under par.

Kim Hyo-joo, who started with a tie for the lead on the first day and raised expectations for her second major victory in 9 years, lost two strokes on the final day and was pushed back to a tie for 6th place.

Jeon In-ji recorded her second hole-in-one in a major tournament this year.

The victory went to Ellison Kofuz, who recorded a 9-under-par 279.

Starting with Pak Se-ri in 1998, Korean players who showed a strong side in this competition failed to win the championship for three consecutive years.

Ukraine’s Svitolina scored a sub ace against Belarusian Azaranka, her country’s war opponent, to decide the victory.

Svitolina, who had announced her determination that “she would play for her country,” stretched out on her coat for her joy.

She, Svitolina, declared that she would not shake hands with players from enemy countries. As if conscious of Azaran Kagai, she left the court without shaking hands and was even booed by the crowd.

<Elina Svitolina / Ukrainian tennis player> “I think the organizers should state that Ukrainian players do not have to shake hands with Russian and Belarusian players.”

Svitolina will face world number one Sibiong Tech in the quarterfinals.


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