# Shin Yubin, Jeon Jeon-hee, Seo Hyo-won defeat Thailand Women's Table Tennis advances to team event quarterfinals Shin Yubin, Jeon Jeon-hee, Seo Hyo-won win 3-0 over Thailand Don't drop a game and win the quarterfinals to secure the bronze medal The Korean women's table tennis team has advanced to the quarterfinals of the table tennis team event at the Hangzhou 2022 Asian Games. The Korean Women's Table Tennis Team (ranked 5th in the world), [스포츠토토맨](https://www.sportstotomen.com/category/%eb%a8%b9%ed%8a%80%ea%b2%80%ec%a6%9d/) led by Head Coach Oh Kwang-heon, defeated Thailand (ranked 24th) 3-0 in the second match of the Women's Team Pool D at the Gongshu Canal Sports Park Gymnasium in Hangzhou, China on Wednesday (February 22). After clinching first place in [Group D](http://drill.lovesick.jp/drilldata/index.php?sportstotomen22), South Korea advanced directly to the quarterfinals. A win in the quarterfinals would secure the bronze medal. Korea Women's Table Tennis also won the bronze medal in the team event at the 2018 Games. Shin Yubin, ranked No. 8 in the world in women's singles, started the day with a 3-0 (11-3 11-9 11-5) victory over Sutasini Sawetabut, ranked No. 39 in the world. After taking the first game in straight sets, Shin found herself in a tight spot early in the second game after Sutasini switched up her offense and dropped back-to-back points. Tied at 8-8, [토토사이트](https://www.reddit.com/user/betmantoto123/comments/168nnbs/filipino_boxing_hero_pacquiao_pushes_to_qualify/) Shin rallied and capitalized on her opponent's error with a forehand attack. Sutasini's return hit the net and Shin took game two. Trailing in game three, Shin broke through with a powerful forehand winner at 4-4. With the momentum in her favor, she closed out the match by extending her lead. Playing in the second round, World No. 33 Jeon Jeon Hee defeated World No. 67 Orawan Paranang 3-0 (11-4 11-2 11-8). Jeon took the first and second games with ease, using a variety of serves to shake up her opponent. [스포츠토토](http://clients1.google.si/url?q=https%3A%2F%2Fsportstotomen.com) After falling behind early in the third game, Jeon fought back to tie the match at 6-6. With a powerful forehand attack, she broke back for an 8-7 victory. In the third match, World No. 60 Seo Hyo-won defeated World No. 559 Tamolwan Ketkuan 3-0 (11-9 11-8 11-9). After taking games one and two, Seo capitalized on an unforced error to reach match point at 9-9 in game three. Tamolwan's final forehand attack went out of bounds, allowing Seo to close out the match. [섯다](https://www.gostopsite.com/wiki/bbs/board.php?bo_table=casino) ![](https://hackmd.io/_uploads/SJl50Nyl6.png)