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      On December 2, the youngest bronze medalist in the history of Men's World Cup, 18-year-old Chinese Taipei teenager Lin Yun-Ju returned to his hometown and was picked up by his sponsors at the airport.

      The young man admits that this is the first time he has been picked up by so many people. Fortunately, the coach has already informed him in advance to prepare him psychologically. Speaking of this trip to Chengdu, he expressed that the most impressive match was against the Olympic champion Ma Long in the bronze medal match.

      However, he also modestly stated that Ma Long was not playing at 100% after a knee surgery, which slowed him down, and he took the initiative, but was a bit conservative afterwards. He finally won by relying on active attacks and variations. He hopes that this win will be a good start.

      As his coach, Chiang Peng-Lung analyzed the pros and cons of his disciple in the interview at the airport: "Serving, receiving, and 3rd ball are his strengths, which must be maintained. The next step is his power. At present, this aspect is relatively inadequate, so they (opponents) are slowly starting to use some new variations and tactics to play him."

      It is worth mentioning that the best result of Chinese Taipei players in the Men's World Cup before was Chiang Peng-Lung's 4th place in the 2001 World Cup. Witnessing his disciple breaking his record, Chiang Peng-Lung is optimistic, "he will probably set a lot of new records. After all, he is only 18 years old."

      It is reported that Lin Yun-Ju will go to the training center on the 5th to prepare for the WTGF, starting on the 12th of this month in Zhengzhou, in hopes of getting the XD berth with Cheng I-Ching for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

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