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According to article 2, he failed to find an appropriate sponsor in South Korea, so moved to a Taiwan tennis academy. (Maybe they gave some financial support, I guess.)
After that, he suffered injuries. Injury-rehab-Injury-rehab.
He came back to South Korea 2017, and played tennis as a semi-professional player.
However, he was not that good (any more) in 2017.
I guess he had retired this year because he did not appeared in any professional or Korean semi-professional tennis event 2018. Now, even Korean tennis fans are not very interested with him as Hyeon Chung rises.
I couldn't find a thread for South Korean Players, so I made one.
There are no registered professional player and/or junior player of BestNorth Korea, so I would like to use the term "Korea" or "Korean" for "South Korea" or "South Korean". (South Korea is too long!)
2018 Year End ATP Singles...
First Korean to make the final of Jr Grand Slam. Will play Quinzi for the title tomorrow.
Age: 17 (19 May 1996)
Career High ITF Ranking: 7
ATP Ranking: 514
Won a futures title few weeks ago...
Akira "Aki" Santillan Cheering Thread
A talented young tennis player from the Gold Coast. Was born in Japan but has been representing Australia for years. At 15 years of age he won his first junior ITF title this month as well as qualifying for his first futures main draw this week at...
Yuichi has made good progress last year finishing the year close to the top 100.,He joins the blossoming group of players from Japan,inspired thanks to Kei Nishikori.Yuichi played a 50k here in Adelaide Australia,i saw some matches,and was impressed with his aggressive game and net play,He was...
First Indian to win the boys title at the AO, first to win a junior title since Leander Paes won the US Open.
He demolished Georgoudas 6-3 6-1.
Hopefully he starts playing a few more futures events over the next 12 months, there is no challenge for him at the junior level.