Yu Xinguo (second left), the head of Longhua Preparation Team and the secretary of Longhua New District Party Working Committee, and other leaders with Champion of Doubles, You Xiaodi (fourth right), Stojanovic (third right), as well as Second Place Players Han Xinyun (third left) and Zhu Lin (fourth left).
With the final game coming to an end, the eight-day ITF International Women's Tennis Circuit in Longhua New district also came to an end. In the previous doubles final, You Xiaodi / Stoyanovic beat Han Xinyun / Zhu Lin; won the title doubles. In the November 20 singles final, China's Jinhua Peng Shuai reversed the game and won singles title by beating a Romanian star player, Teague.
Doubles final started in the afternoon of November 19 at the Mission Hills Ecological Sports Park tennis center. You Xiaodi / Stojanovic staged a strong start, beating the other team by four. After that, Han Xin Yun / Zhu Lin gradually get back their feelings, chasing from 1 v.s. 5 to 4 v.s. 5, but You Xiaodi / Stowe Janovic no longer wasted opportunities. They eventually won the game with 6-4. During the second game, there were an even more intense competition betweo two teams. Each of made 3 and 3, which broke even. The real competition started when they reached 6-6 level. Youdiao Di / Stojanovic won by 8-6. In the award ceremony, the Longhua District preparatory group leader, Longhua New Party Working Committee Secretary Yu Xinguo, Longhua District preparatory group members Han Dang, Longhua District government preparatory group members Liu Daling, respectively, wished for the first runner-up combination award.
On November 20, the last competition of ITF International Women's Tennis Tournament - Shenzhen Longhua Station highlighted the former doubles champion in the world Peng Shuai against Romania's Teague. Teague easily broke Peng Shuai’s service game, and won the set by 6-3. Teague is still hot in the second set, who frequently played the winning points, and eventually won the set by 7-5. When the game came to the final set, Peng Shuai was more relaxed, who even broke opponents’ two serves and led the game by 4-1. Although Teague won two serves, Peng Shuai took the initiative. In the end, Peng Shuai won the final with 6-4, and won the title singles. It is understood that Peng Shuai is the world's No. 103 singles, whileTeague is ranked as114th in the world.