China News Service, June 10th. On the evening of June 9, China Golden Flower Xu Yifan announced on social media that he would withdraw from the 2021 grassland season and return to China to prepare for the Tokyo Olympics.

  Xu Yifan wrote on social media: “For the honor of the motherland, to better prepare for the Olympics, and to watch the Olympic dream of Chinese athletes fighting on behalf of their country in front of the TV since I was young, I hope I will stand here again this time. The stage."

  Prior to this, Wang Qiang and Zheng Saisai also announced that they would return to China to prepare for the Tokyo Olympics.

Zheng Saisai said in a statement: “Being able to represent the country in the Olympic Games is an honor and a responsibility. In order to comply with the country’s epidemic prevention requirements and the national team’s overall plan for preparing for the Olympics, I will return to China as soon as possible and stay in isolation. After the end, we will prepare for the sprint."

  At the French Open, Wang Qian regretfully stopped in the second round of the women's singles.

After the French Open trip, she did not start the grass season as in previous years, but decided to return to China to prepare for the Tokyo Olympics.

  Wang Qiang revealed that under the general environment of this year's epidemic, in order to meet the country's epidemic prevention requirements and the training plan of the Tokyo Olympics, she has decided to withdraw from grass competitions including Wimbledon.

"Although you can't participate in the grass season, the ranking will drop a little, but it is incumbent to play for the country."

  In the 2018 Jakarta Asian Games, Wang Qiang won the women's singles championship and also qualified for the Tokyo Olympics.

This will be Wang Qian's second time in the Olympic Games.

In the first round of the 2016 Rio Olympic Games women's singles, she lost 1:2 to the Russian star Kuznetsova.

Data map: Wang Qiang in the game.

Photo by China News Agency reporter Chen Jimin

  It is reported that the Chinese Women's Network will go to Rizhao, Shandong Province for a one-month closed training camp from mid-June to mid-July.

The Tokyo Olympics tennis competition will start on July 24, with a total of 5 gold medals in men's and women's singles, men's and women's doubles and mixed doubles.