2 bank shots with ‘lucky kiss’. Kim Jin-ah (Hana Card), who won the victory, was also confused. But she smiled broadly at her joy of reaching the round of 16.메이저놀이터
Kim Jin-a won a dramatic 2-1 come-from-behind victory over Hida Orie (SK Rent-a-Car) in the SK Rent-A-Car PBA-LPBA World Championship Group D final match held at JTBC Studio in Goyang-si, Gyeonggi-do on the 7th and advanced to the round of 16.
Kim Jin-ah was tied with Hida and Oh Soo-jung with 2 wins and 1 loss, but tied with Hida in set gains and losses (+2) and became the first in the group in average. It is an anti-war drama directed by Kim Jin-ah, who was in jeopardy after losing the first game in the group stage.
After giving away the first set of the match against Hida, Kim Jin-ah balanced the score 11-3 in 5 innings with concentration in the second set. Kim Jin-ah’s average in the second set was 2.200, which is not easy even for male players. 6 high runs.
Kim Jin-ah overcame her crisis by promising her fighting spirit even in her climax in the third set. His determination was evident in the way he clenched his fists in her seat. In the end, she took a 7-3 lead with a bank shot, and was taken aback by Hida’s 3-hit counterattack, but ended the set at 9-6 with a bank shot in the 7th inning.
Jina Kim’s last bank shot was aimed at a ball far away, and after the cue ball hit the first ball, it missed her second ball slightly. But her first target ball came a long way back and hit her cue ball lightly, and she managed to score a lucky bank shot. Returning to her seat, Kim Jin-ah put her hands together and smiled broadly.