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‘Wimbledon U-14 champion’ Jo Se-hyuk, how much has he grown?… ‘Adult stage sensation’ Lee Seo-ah also pays attention 

On July 10th of last year, Jo Se-hyuk (15, Namwon Base Sports Club) emerged like a comet by becoming the first Wimbledon U-14 men’s singles champion. How much has he grown since then?

Jo Se-hyuk, who went to the IMG Academy in the United States for training last February with the support of the Korea Tennis Association, will participate in the domestic junior competition.

The 67th Jangho Hong Jong-moon Cup Junior Tennis Tournament will be held at the Jangho Tennis Center in Jangchung, Jung-gu, Seoul for four days starting on the 12th.

It is a competition founded in 1957 by Jangho Hong Jong-moon (the late), who served as president of the Korea Tennis Association in the 1960s and 1970s, to foster and support junior players.토토사이트

Based on their achievements in domestic and international competitions and the Korean junior ranking, 16 men and women will be invited and a tournament will be held to determine the men’s and women’s singles champions. The winner receives $5,000 (approximately 6.6 million won) for overseas competition expenses, and the runner-up receives $3,000.

Kim Jang-jun (17, Orion) was assigned to the men’s singles No. 1 seed this year. Kim Yu-jin (18, Bucheon SC) received the first seed in the women’s division.

Lee Seo-ah (16, Chuncheon SC), who caused a sensation by reaching the singles quarterfinals at the 2023 International Tennis Federation (ITF) Yeongwol International Women’s Tennis Tournament held last week, is also drawing attention as she appears as the 4th seed.

Seo-Ah Lee, who competed as a wild card at the time, showed her spirit by defeating her third seed, Ivanova Dasha (USA), with a set score of 2-0 (6-2, 6-1).

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