‘Leave when I clap?’ Volleyball emperor Kim Yeon-kyung, who has settled in first place, is worried about retirement
It is Kim Yeon-kyung, who has risen to the top, but the joy of the lead also briefly expressed her position on retirement.토토사이트
Heungkuk Life Insurance, who had been in second place until now, finally seized the opportunity and rose to the lead. I had several opportunities, but I didn’t take them easily.
On this day, Heungkuk Life’s will was extraordinary. The main gun, Kim Yeon-kyung, is the team’s top scorer with 19 points. Her attack success rate was also very active, recording 63.33%. There was only one crime room.
It was a perfect figure, but Kim Yeon-kyung mentioned the regrettable part first. “I had an opportunity in the middle, but I didn’t take it. She continued to fight for the lead, holding on to second place. I had a chance in the last game, but I missed it. This day was so important. We prepared well, and we were able to win with all the players set their minds.”
I sat in the lead I wanted so much. It is now a position that must be maintained. Kim Yeon-kyung said, “The critical moment is now. There are now 8 games left. Every team has injured players, and it is a moment when they lag behind in terms of physical strength. We have to endure this part well and finish the remaining 8 games. Depending on how you play the game in the future, it will be divided into whether you can keep the lead or not,” he said strongly.
Heungkuk Life Insurance reinforced the setter during the season. Lee Won-jung, who was a member of GS Caltex, was recruited. Recently, Lee Won-jung seems to be melting into the team. How will main striker Kim Yeon-kyung feel?
“It’s getting a lot better than the beginning,” he said. We’re getting to know each other’s styles, and we’ve come to know each other. He’s getting better. It took a long time to find the flow because Lee Won-jeong also didn’t play much at GS Caltex. But now he is finding his rhythm as he enters the main team,” he praised.
There were many challenges to getting to this point. At the time of the confrontation with IBK Industrial Bank on the 11th, there was an opportunity to rise to the lead, but did not catch it. At that time, the set score was 1-3, and it was somewhat uncharacteristic of Heungkuk Life Insurance.
But on this day, the sluggishness at that time was completely washed away. A set score 3-0 shutout victory over Pepper Savings Bank. What changes have there been? Kim Yeon-kyung said, “There was a sense of pressure at the IBK Industrial Bank match. Previously, KGC Ginseng Corporation had an opportunity to lead Gyeonggi-do,” he said, looking back at that time.
“The burden is also a burden, but I have to do what I can, but my performance came out so bad. I did a lot of reflection. I talked a lot based on (Kim) Haeran, and prepared for this game looking back to see if I lacked will or passion.”
This is Kim Yeon-kyung, who has already passed her mid-thirties. It still looks like a volleyball emperor, but if you look at your age, it’s time to worry about retirement. Regarding this, “It would be a lie if I said I had no thoughts at all. The season is going into the second half, and I’m a free agent next year. Everyone is looking forward to it (laughs). Whether I retire or not, I think we’ll talk about it within the season. If you wait, I will coordinate it well and tell you,” she replied cautiously.
Afterwards, “They say it will change to the age of 10,000, but now I am 36 years old. It is true that he has been a volleyball player for a long time. (Retirement) It’s not that I don’t think about it at all. He is talking to the club,” he added.
Even on this day, he is the team’s top scorer and his skills are not deteriorating. It is also a situation that is receiving a lot of love. When asked about the reason for contemplating retirement, “It will be different for each player, but I thought it would be better to put it down when I was in a high position. It has not been decided yet. There are many things I need to talk about with the club, and my thoughts are not organized.”