Jeong Hyeon, first win after returning from injury in Busan, another bubble
Jeong Hyeon, who wrote the ‘Australian Open토토사이트 Semifinals Myth’, tried to win his first singles match after returning from injury at a tournament with a deep relationship, but unfortunately lost.
Jung Hyun won the first round (Round of 32) of the Men’s Professional Tennis (ATP) Busan Open Challenger singles held at the tennis court in Geumjeong Sports Park in Busan on the 9th, after a bloody battle of 2 hours and 34 minutes against Yasutaka Uchiyama (World Ranking 240th) of Japan, 1- lost by 2 As a result, Chung Hyeon was eliminated in the first round of two consecutive tournaments after returning from a back injury. Jeong Hyeon lost 0-2 to Jordan Thompson (80th, Australia) in the first round of the Seoul Open Challenger last month, his first comeback in two years and seven months.
Jung Hyeon rose to stardom at the 2018 Australian Open singles by reaching the semifinals, the highest score for a Korean player. However, due to a back injury in 2020, he stopped his touring activities and devoted himself to rehabilitation. The last time Chung Hyun won an ATP tournament was a victory against Baptiste Cripart (France) in the first round of the French Open qualifying round in September, two years and eight months ago.
Chung Hyeon has a deep relationship with the Busan Open. Hyeon Chung made a name for himself on the world stage by winning the 2015 Busan Open Singles Championship. The first tournament in which he lifted the championship cup on the adult stage in Korea was the Busan Open. Even after becoming a world-class player, Jeong Hyeon showed extraordinary affection for the Busan Open.