Chinese teenage players shine at Australian Open
17-year-old Wu Yibing from Hangzhou, China is in action in the second round matches of the junior boys' singles at the 2017 Australian Open. Wu, seeded No.1 at the tournament, defeated Finn Bass from Great Britain 3-6 6-3 6-2 and is now in the last 16.
Another 16-year-old, wild card Yuan Chengyiyi from Guilin, snatched her second victory at her first Grand Slam appearance. In all, six Chinese teenagers, two boys and four girls, are featured in the main draws. Five of them, including all four girls, made it into the second round.
- Editor:Albert | Source: Ecns.cn
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