French Open / 16-year-old “old and young match” sparks new sparks Veteran Xie Shuwei’s mentality becomes the key | French Open | Sports

Xie Shuwei teamed up with the 16-year-old “Golden Flower” Wang Xinyu from mainland China to make a magical journey and reached the top 4 of the French Open women’s doubles. …

Chinese women’s tennis player Xie Shuwei returned to the battlefield after a year and a half. After her comeback in April this year, the French Open is the first Grand Slam of her return. Together with the 16-year-old “Golden Flower” Wang Xinyu from mainland China, she played a magical journey, ” Taiwan Strait Combination” Taiwan time yesterday night, the following 15-seeded Russian combination Veronika Kudermetova/Liudmila Samsonova broke into the top 4 without losing a set, setting a record Wang Xinyu, who achieved the best personal result, also shared the influence of “predecessors” on herself.

The 37-year-old Xie Shuwei has outstanding qualifications in doubles. She has been on the “world queen” and has held four Grand Slam women’s doubles gold cups, including the French Open gold cup in 2014 with the mainland “Golden Flower” Peng Shuai. Returning to the clay court Grand Slam, Xie Shuwei, who is currently ranked 286 in doubles, said that the most important thing in doubles is to be “happy”. Attitude has a big impact on 21-year-old Wang Xinyu.

“I have adjusted my mentality and accepted my imperfection.” Wang Xinyu mentioned that sometimes I can’t feel the ball when serving the ball. Infected by Xie Shuwei, I can now accept my on-the-spot state instead of self-resentment and self-resentment. confrontation.

Xie Shuwei and her Czech partner Barbora Strycova, who came back after childbirth, started from the Madrid Women’s Tennis Championship in April, but Strycova did not participate in the French Open. Xie Shuwei invited Wang Xinyu to co-shoot in the Rome Women’s Tennis Championship. “ “Reported that Xie Shuwei just wanted to find young teammates, “She runs on the baseline, and I will be responsible for eating the ball in front of the net!”

A total of 2 Chinese women’s players entered the top 8 of the French Open. Zhan’s sisters Zhan Yongran/Zhan Haoqing lost to Canada’s Leylah Fernandez (Leylah Fernandez)/USA Taylor Townsend (Taylor Townsend) in two 3:6, and missed the top 4. The new “Channel Group” composed of Xie Shuwei will continue to break through. The top four will compete with the sixth seeded American Nicole Melichar-Martinez/Australian Ellen Perez for the final ticket.

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