“I learned a lot from the tournament,” said Woori Bank Women’s Basketball’s Park Ji-hyun, who finished second to Japan’s Toyota Antelopes in the final of the Park Shinja Cup International Tournament. I will continue to practice hard,” she said, vowing to put the disappointment of the runner-up finish behind her in the regular season.
“I didn’t expect to make it to the final, I always have the mindset of doing my best in each game, but I think I got lucky,” Park said to reporters after losing the final on the 3rd.
Park Ji-hyun said, “Since I came to the final, I wanted to win, but I think my body was tired,” and vowed to practice hard in the future with the income from the tournament.
Regarding her match-up with Toyota’s Mai Kawai, she said, “I’m just grateful for the opportunity to practice with her,” before adding, “I didn’t play great today, and I think I lost the match-up because my team lost in the end.”
As for the Japanese players she faced in the tournament, she said, “Their fighting spirit and shooting touch are very good. I feel like they are a step up in every aspect,” he said, adding, “Especially Toyota, all the players played their roles well in their respective positions, so it wasn’t one-sided.”
When Woori Bank coach Lee Sat-woo praised Park Ji-hyun, saying, “He has grown so much,” Park was embarrassed to say, “I think it’s the highest praise.”
“The words of the coach are good advice and motivation,” he said, adding, “I want to be a player who reciprocates good words rather than just accepting 카지노 them.”