JAKARTA - Singapore's Feng Tianwei lost her last-16 women's singles match at the Asian Games on Friday (Aug 31), falling 13-11, 11-9, 12-10, 11-8 to South Korea's Jeon Ji-hee.
The Singaporean, who was the defending bronze medallist from the 2014 edition, had lost to the same opponent during the women's team quarter-finals at the Jakarta International Expo on Monday.
After the match, a disappointed Feng said: "Today, I feel my performance was average. The main thing is, the opponent was playing more ferociously, I couldn't keep up with her pace.
"From this competition, I saw some areas in which I'm still lacking, so moving forward, I have to train hard to address these. (For example,) I must be more aggressive."
She was joined at the exit by compatriot Gao Ning, who fell 4-1 to China's Lin Gaoyuan.
But Yu Mengyu advanced to the quarter-finals after a 4-3 win over Hong Kong's Doo Hoi Kem. She will play Chinese Taipei's Cheng I-ching at 6pm (Singapore time) on Friday.