Ju Wenjun of China won the tiebreak at the Women's World Chess Championships to retain her title.
China's defending champion Ju Wenjun defeated Russian challenger Aleksandra Goryachkina for the second game in a row to move within one victory of reclaiming her title at the Women's World Chess Championship.
Russia's Aleksandra Goryachkina has taken a one-point lead over China's Ju Wenjun at the Women's World Chess Championship, after winning the eighth game in Vladivostok.
The second game in the 2020 Women's World Chess Championship has ended in a second draw in Shanghai.
The Women's World Chess Championship Match in Shanghai started with a draw between defending champion, China's Ju Wenjun, and the challenger, Russia's Aleksandra Goryachkina.