Hangzhou, 9 Sep (ZXS) -- The Hangzhou Asian Games will produce 27 gold medals on 28 September, and swimming, gymnastics, shooting, martial arts and other venues are still the "main production areas" of the gold medals of the Chinese delegation. The Chinese men's basketball team and the Chinese women's football team both ushered in the second game of this Asian Games, and the two teams that won the first game are looking forward to consecutive victories.

Another 7 gold medals in the swimming competition. "Queen of Butterflies" Zhang Yufei and "Frog King" Qin Haiyang will compete for the champion in their respective events. At this Asian Games, Zhang Yufei and Qin Haiyang, who are both multi-taskers, are expected to become multi-gold kings and are the main contenders for MVP (Most Valuable Athlete). A few days ago, Zhang Yufei said in an interview with the media that she and Qin Haiyang were secretly competing for MVP.

In the swimming competition on the day, Zhang Yufei and 18-year-old Chinese teenager Cheng Yujie will compete for the gold medal in the women's 50m freestyle, while Japan's defending champion and six-time Asian Games gold medalist Rikako Ikee will compete together, but her strength has been greatly reduced due to injury. Qin Haiyang, who won three gold medals in the men's breaststroke at this year's World Championships, will defend his title as the "king frog" in the men's 6m breaststroke final.

In the women's 200m breaststroke, London Olympic medley champion Ye Shiwen will compete with 20-year-old Zhu Leiju. 1500m freestyle champion and 20-year-old Fei Liwei will once again compete for gold in the men's 800m freestyle.

The women's 4x200m freestyle relay is the dominant event of the Chinese swimming team. At the Tokyo Olympics, the Chinese team won the championship and broke the world record, and this time it should be able to achieve the seventh consecutive Asian Games championship on the doorstep. In the men's 4x100m freestyle relay, the Chinese team lost to Japan at the last Asian Games and finished second, missing out on three consecutive championships, and this time it intends to return to the dominance.

Gymnastics will produce 5 individual gold medals. With most of the main players of the main opponent Japan absent, the Chinese team is expected to reach the top in the three men's events of pommel horse, floor exercise and rings. Tang Qianjing and Zuo Tong, who are in the top two places on uneven bars in the qualifying round, are expected to add another gold to the Chinese team.

At last year's World Championships, Chinese gunner Liu Jinyao won two individual and team gold medals in the men's 10m air pistol, and this time he will continue to compete with his teammates for the Asian Games double.

In the fencing competition, the Chinese women's foil team will compete for the team gold medal. At this year's Asian Championships and the last Asian Games, the Chinese women's flower team lost to the Japanese team and won the runner-up. Now the Chinese team, led by this year's Asian Games women's flower individual gold medalist Huang Qianqian and this year's Asian Championship champion Chen Qingyuan, will strive to get rid of the title of "Asia's second oldest".

Two gold medals will be awarded on the closing day of taekwondo, with China's Zhou Zeqi and Song Zhaoxiang competing in the women's over 67kg and men's over-80kg category, respectively. Both have the strength to win medals and will fight for gold this time.

In the final of the men's beach volleyball group, the Chinese team faced the Qatar team. At the last Asian Games, the Chinese beach men's volleyball team, which was once the Asian hegemon, did not win a medal, setting the worst record in the Asian Games, and this time the Chinese beach men's volleyball team intends to be famous for the gold medal.

The final day of the wushu competition will produce the champion of the 7 levels of sanda. The five players sent by the Chinese team have all reached the semifinals, and if nothing else, they should win the gold medal in the competition.

Go will feature the men's individual semifinals and finals, with China's Ke Jie taking on Japanese players in the semifinals. This is the second time that Go has become an official competition of the Asian Games after 13 years, with three events: men's and women's teams and men's individual events. At the 3 Asian Games in Guangzhou, the South Korean team won all three gold medals.

The badminton competition kicked off with the men's and women's team 1/8 finals on the first day. At the last Asian Games, the Chinese badminton team defeated the host Indonesian team to win the men's team gold medal, but the women's team lost to the Japanese team and became the runner-up, missing out on the women's team championship for six consecutive years.

The Chinese men's basketball team and the Chinese women's football team will both welcome the second match of the group stage of this Asian Games, with the Chinese men's basketball team playing Chinese Taipei and the Chinese women's football team facing Uzbekistan. Both teams faced Mongolia in the opening match, winning 89:50 and 16:0 respectively. (End)