China News Agency, Beijing, May 1st. On May 1st, local time, the 2022 Badminton Asian Championships ended in the Philippines.

The Chinese badminton team won three gold medals in women's singles, mixed doubles and women's doubles.

  The Badminton Asian Championships is an important task for Guoyu this year.

Out of the goal of training newcomers, Guoyu's men's and women's singles events are dominated by teenagers.

  In women's singles, the Tokyo Olympic champion Chen Yufei was absent from the event, and Guoyu sent four people, He Bingjiao, Wang Zhiyi, Han Yue, and Zhang Yiman to compete.

In the end, the "post-00" teenager Wang Zhiyi passed the test and entered the Asian Championships final for the first time in his career.

In the final, against the powerful Japanese star Akane Yamaguchi, although Wang Zhiyi lost the first game at 15:21, he quickly adjusted his state of play and pulled two cities in a row at 21:13 and 21:19, and finally reversed and defeated Akane Yamaguchi to win the championship.

  Winning the Asian Championships for the first time, Wang Zhiyi admitted that it was a bit unbelievable. Before the competition, he did not expect to achieve such a result.

"This game is very difficult. The opponent is at the top level. I have a good mentality. I went to attack her and prepared for difficulties."

  The mixed doubles final was once again between two top pairs of national feathers.

In the Tokyo Olympics final, Zheng Siwei/Huang Yaqiong lost to teammates Wang Yilyu/Huang Dongping, and then the two were once paired.

Partnering again, the two of them had a tacit understanding and won the championship by defeating Wang Yilu/Huang Dongping 21:17 and 21:8 in the final that day.

  This is Zheng Siwei/Huang Yaqiong's first championship in more than two years.

After the game, the two said that the process of the game was very difficult, and it was not easy to get points, and they would prepare for the Thailand Open next.

  The women's doubles gold medal was won by Chen Qingchen/Jia Yifan. They beat the Japanese duo Iwanaga Ling/Nakanishi Takiya 2:0. The scores of the two games were 21:11 and 21:15 respectively.

  Unfortunately, the overall strength of the Chinese men's team is still weak, and they failed to enter the finals.

In the men's singles, Chen Long and Shi Yuqi were absent. The best of the four young players was Weng Hongyang. He lost 0:2 to Malaysia's Li Zijia in the semifinals and missed the final.

In the end, Li Zijia won the championship by defeating the famous Indonesian player Jonathan 2-0.

  In men's doubles, none of the three pairs of national feathers advanced to the semi-finals.

The Indonesian duo Rianto/Jacob defeated the famous Malaysian players Xie Dingfeng/Su Weiyi 2:0 to win the championship.