Seo Seung-jae, Chae Yoo-jung win first Malaysia Masters match…Kim Ga-eun, Shim Yoo-jin through first round

South Korean mixed doubles aces Seo Seung-jae (Armed Forces Athletic Corps) and Chae Yoo-jung (Incheon International Airport) claimed their first win at the Badminton World Federation (BWF) Malaysia Masters.

The pair defeated England’s Gregory Myers and Jenny Moore 2-0 (23-21 21-8) in the first round (Round of 32) of the BWF World Tour Super 500 Series Malaysia Masters mixed doubles on Thursday in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Seo Seung-jae and Chae Yoo-jung have had a strong showing at the Sudirman Cup, the World Badminton Mixed Championships, which concluded in Suzhou, China, on Nov. 21. As per the tournament rules, mixed doubles was the first event to take place and the duo won both the quarterfinals and semifinals to lead Korea to the final.

In the final, they fought hard against China’s world No. 1 pair of Zheng Tsuwei and Huang Yaechung, but fell short 1-2 (21-18 20-22 8-21).

After the Sudirman Cup, Seo Seung-Jae and Chae Yu-Jung competed in the Malaysia Masters. After a strong start to the tournament, the pair will face the Chinese Taipei pair of Yang Po-hsuan and Hu Ling-fang in the quarterfinals.

Kim Won-ho (Samsung Life Insurance)-Jung Nae-eun (Hwasun County Government) also defeated Malaysia’s Chan Peng Soon-Choo Ai Si 2-0 (21-8 21-15) in the first round of mixed doubles. Kim Won-ho and Jung Na-eun will face Japan’s Kyohei Yamashita and Naru Shinoya in the round of 16.

Kim Ga-eun (Samsung Life) came from behind to defeat Thailand’s Ratchanok Intanon 2-1 (15-21 21-14 21-18) in the first round. Shim Yoo-jin (Incheon International Airport) also advanced to the second round with a 2-0 (21-14 21-7) victory over Rian Tan (Belgium).먹튀검증

Jeon Hyuk-jin (Yonex), who reached the men’s singles main draw after qualifying, was eliminated in the first round with a 1-2 (21-16 26-28 11-21) loss to Rasmus Jemke (Denmark).

Meanwhile, SPOTV, SPOTV ON and sports OTT service SPOTV NOW will provide satellite coverage of key matches at the Malaysia Masters. It will also be broadcast live on SPOTV ASIA. SPOTV Asia is broadcast in 13 countries across the Southeast Asian region and offers a wide range of content, including tennis Grand Slam events Wimbledon and the US Open, the men’s ATP Tour, motorcycle racing event MotoGP, World Table Tennis (WTT) table tennis events, BWF badminton events and the International Federation of Sport Climbing (IFSC) Sport Climbing World Cup.

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