g Shixian, 〓newly crown●ed in China ma○sters, overcam○e Xia Jingyun 19-21,■ 21-13, 21-17, ○putting Jia●ngsu 2-1 ah●ead."Even I lo●st in the first s◆et, my confidence 〓is built up■ and in the ●second and■ decider I played● better," s●aid Wang.
Sun〓 Xiaoli and Cheng S●hu left no chance◆s slip away ●as they outlaste●d Zhang Jiewen〓 and Yao Guojun◆ 17-21, 21-16, 21-●16 to wrap up the● 3-1 victory for● Jiangsu."In the de●cider, even we
○trailed by a ●large margin in the ■first half◆, we didn't lose ●our confidenc◆e. when we ●level
ed th■e score at 14-1○4, I knew we are th●e champions," said〓 Cheng.Unfortunatel◆y, they didn't sho
w ●their national 〓team playma●king skills in t〓his match. W●ang Yimei's 〓heavy spikes lost t●heir punch aga■inst Tianjin. M●istakes and incon〓siste
nt play f■rom Liaoning 〓gave Tianji●n more oppo◆rtunities, and ●Tianjin took the fir■st set 25-12, an■d the second ●set 25-19.◆Liaoning fought ●back
in the thir〓d set, finding i◆ts form with a 2●5-22 win, but ■it was too ●late. Tianjin clinc●hed the match in a〓 hard fought ●final set whi◆ch ended
26-24○, and successfully〓 defended th■eir title.&○nbsp; QIN○GDAO, East China,◆ Oct. 9 (Xinh■ua) -- Olympic an●d world champion L●in Dan c