Chileans beat a team that had ever faced and, after the victory, managed to seal a historic step in this category.
Targeted Marco Nunez may say they are already among the 50 best in the world in table tennis. Chileans managed to hold a final victory and keep the win over the United States.
The games were well played and national did not give up. After losing to Saudi Arabia, the team managed to assert their game and beat Scotland by 3 to 1. In addition, to surprise of many, they stopped on the way to the favorite in this category, Indonesia, and face to Americans.
Still, the Chileans did not fail and managed to keep the win 3 to 1. Felipe Olivares defeated 3-0 Kanak Jha, Gustavo Gómez won 3-0 to Victor Liu, and again Olivares, demonstrating its internationally, beat Feng Yijun by 3 to 1. Thus, national division sealed their passage with the US team he had ever faced.
After the result, the national coach, Marcos Nunez, was very happy with the result and performance of their manager. “I am calm and happy. We know it is an important level that exists in this sport achievement. We have a very young team, with an average of 21 years. Indonesia We beat a team with a history, we had never won the United States. The goal was to move up in weight, it was difficult but we made it and we also keep the ladies in Division 2 “.
Thus Chile played tomorrow the final of Division 3 to Luxembourg, and incidentally, will join the select group of the best 50 teams in the world.
US l Bud Collins, the most important journalist of history for tennis and maybe for any sport, died Friday at 86 years old in Brookline (Massachusetts) after more than half a century of trade. Boston Globe columnist since 1963, was among the first professionals to break barriers between journalistic methods. He made the leap to television in the early ‘ 70s and since then, until a few years ago, was the image of the Grand Slam in the United States through CBS, NBC and ESPN but also the great world reference Press Tennis and global ambassador for the sport.Throughout his career he supported the seriousness and rigor with pleasantness. The colorful costumes and professionalism with which reigned in newsrooms all the world was a reflection of his understanding, living and doing live tennis: jovial, entertaining, surprising and fun, but also accurate and rigorous. He lived the transition from amateur to the Open Era world, baptized shot back that gave Ilie Nastase on his shoulder when he faced a balloon as “Bucharest Backfire” and called Pancho Gonzalez as “the man who would choose to be played my lifetime” . It was the voice of the successes of a John McEnroe who finished sharing microphones with him, like a Chris Evert at which somehow mentored and other stars who saw his first steps.
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