Jurin, who defeated Jang Soo-jeong, won the Thailand Open tennis women’s singles title

 Ju-rin (29, China) won the women’s professional tennis (WTA) tour Thailand Open (total prize money of $ 259,303) in singles.

Jurin defeated Lesha Churenko (100th place, Ukraine) 2-0 (6-4 6-4) in the singles final on the final day of the tournament held in Hua Hin, Thailand 먹튀검증on the 5th (local time).

Zurin, who reached the top of the WTA Tour singles for the first time in her life, received her $31,000 prize money (approximately 38 million won).

Zurin jumped from her world ranking of 54 to her personal best of 41.

Jurin defeated Sujeong Jang (Daegu City Hall) 2-0 (6-4 7-6 <8-6>) in the round of 16 of the tournament.

At that time, Jang Soo-jeong lost after a tie-break because she couldn’t keep her serve game in a situation where she was ahead with a game score of 6-5 in the second set.

Afterwards, Jurin won 2-0 in all three matches in the quarterfinals, semifinals, and finals, and never went to deuce.

Sujeong Jang later moved to Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates (UAE) and competed in the preliminary round of the WTA Tour Mubadala Abu Dhabi Open (total prize money: $780,637), but lost 1-1 to Magdalena Frech (104th, Poland) in the first round of the preliminary round on the 5th. 2 (6-4 5-7 2-6).

Sujeong Jang increased her ranking to 143 by advancing to the round of 16 at the Thailand Open from her world ranking of 149 the previous week.

Meanwhile, at the WTA Tour Lyon Open (total prize money: $259,303), which ended in Lyon, France on the 5th, Alicia Parkes (51st, USA) defeated Caroline Garcia (5th, France) on the home court 2-0 (7-6). <9-7> 7-5) and won the championship.

Her 2000-born Parks also won her first personal WTA Tour singles title.

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