[Kyodo News, Paris, October 10] The highly anticipated wheelchair tennis event for Japanese players at the Tokyo Paralympic Games next year has a historic moment. In the women's singles final of the French Open in Paris on the 9th, Yui Kamiji (26) won the final with Momoko Otani (25), winning the French Open women's singles championship for the first time in two years. The first match between Japanese players in the singles finals of the Four Grand Slams shows that Japan has improved its strength, and it also brings positive factors to the Tokyo Paralympic Games.
[共同社，巴黎，10月10日]备受期待的明年日本东京残奥会日本选手轮椅网球比赛具有历史性意义。在9日在巴黎举行的法国公开赛女单决赛中，Yui Kamiji（26）与Momoko Otani（25）赢得了决赛，这是两年来首次赢得法国公开赛女单冠军。在四大满贯单打决赛中，日本选手之间的首场比赛表明，日本实力不断增强，也为东京残奥会带来了积极因素。
After winning the bronze medal in the Rio Olympics, Shangdi is sure to win the Tokyo Paralympics tickets. She said that "the finals between Japanese players in the four Grand Slam tournaments are like a dream. It would be great if it can be achieved at the Paralympic Games next year." The main reason for the great progress of Shangdi pointed out that "the holding of the Tokyo Paralympic Games has a great impact", and the fact that the increase in attention has caused support from companies and other parties is also a driving factor.
Otani, who had participated in tennis competitions at the National High School Comprehensive Sports Competition in Tochigi’s high school, became ill and relied on wheelchairs after graduation. He started wheelchair tennis at the age of 21. She said that she was "very happy to have achieved the final with Shangji (Yuyi)", and "sees it as an opportunity and wants to improve her strength" for the one-year postponement of the Tokyo Olympics due to the new crown epidemic. The two people who are expected to win cards in the doubles match promote each other. (Finish)