Jin Ji-wi “I was greedy against Suntory… The game worked out well when I put it down”

1 minute, 20 seconds Read

 Professional volleyball men’s winning team Incheon Korean Air Jumbos middle blocker Jin Ji-wi (30) led the victory in the last match of the group stage of the quarterfinals of the 2023 Asian Men’s Club Volleyball Championship.

On the 19th (local time), Korean Air defeated the 2022-2023 season Mongolian Volleyball League champion Bayanhongor 3-1 (25-25-25) in the last match of Group E in the quarterfinals of the tournament held at ISA Sports City Stadium in Manama, Bahrain. 21 22-25 25-16 25-19).

With this victory, Korean Air was somewhat relieved of the shock of a shutout defeat to Japan’s Suntory Sunbirds the previous day.토토사이트

In an interview after the game, Jin Ji-wi said about the loss the day before, “I think I was greedy. There were parts that didn’t work out because we were all nervous.”

Regarding the physical burden, he expressed confidence, saying, “Although I am in my 30s, age is not a problem, it is a mind problem.” “I can play five more games.”

Regarding the fact that the V-League is given more opportunities to participate than the regular league, Jin Ji-wi said, “In the V-League, one foreign player plays, but here up to two mercenary players can play, so there are many things to see when playing. “It’s a whole new experience,” he said.

A team (Aspiring) from Hong Kong, Jinjiwi’s home country, is also participating in this event. When I asked Jin Ji-wi how he felt about meeting the players from his home country, he said, “I have never been to Hong Kong since I joined.” I had a fun time doing it,” he said.

Similar Posts

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.