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    Posted: 01/23/2011 at 6:14pm

Jun Mizutani vs. Kazuhiro Chan (Final- JSports with commentary, as well as summaries from the routes to the final for both players)


Kasumi Ishikawa vs. Hiroko Fujii (Final)


Matsudaira/Niwa vs. Mizutani/Kishikawa (Final)


Wakamiya/Fujii vs. Abe/Ono (Final)


Jun Mizutani vs. Taku Takakiwa


Kazuhiro Chan vs. Seiya Kishikawa


Taku Takakiwa vs. Kenji Matsudaira


Taku Takakiwa vs. Kenta Matsudaira


Kazuhiro Chan vs. Ryusuke Karube


Wakamiya/Fujii vs. Etsuzaki/Fukuoka


Kaii Yoshida vs. Yuichi Tokiyoshi


Kaii Yoshida vs. Kazuhiro Chan


Kaii Yoshida vs. Hiromitsu Kasahara


Kenji Matsudaira vs. Ryusuke Sakamoto


Jun Mizutani vs. Takanori Shimoyama 


Jun Mizutani vs. Koki Niwa


Kan Yo vs. Koki Niwa


Ai Fukuhara vs. Kasumi Ishikawa (J-Sports, with commentary)


Taku Takakiwa vs. Kenta Matsudaira


Kasumi Ishikawa vs. Yuko Watanabe



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Wonderful! Thank you very much!
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Thanks! Very good videos!
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Did you guys notice, by the way, that the umpires announce everything in English?
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Wow, the quality of this videos is great! Thanks a lot lixiao!
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updated. And im glad you enjoy them, this user has many more videos from the Japan league that I am sure you will enjoy.
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I forgot to post this, but I thought you would all like this. Every 5th issue of the year, takkyu okoku publishes the equipment of the top 16 men and women. Once that comes out, I will be sure to publish it all. Its kind of sad though, since in this new age everyone just uses butterfly because its the only stuff that seems to be playable.
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liXiao....is it what they ACTUALLY use or just the advertiser's statements?

I've been watching omax's videos for a while, he seems to cover the main Japanese events.


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Originally posted by LobbedYoud0wn LobbedYoud0wn wrote:

liXiao....is it what they ACTUALLY use or just the advertiser's statements?

I've been watching omax's videos for a while, he seems to cover the main Japanese events.

No, its always very accurate I can assure you. The also come out every year with a book called "Table Tennis Goods" where they take a look at the players actual paddle, as well as taking detailed pictures of their grips, and often having them tell stories about their setup.

I have more videos coming soon for you all!
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Originally posted by liXiao liXiao wrote:

... since in this new age everyone just uses butterfly because its the only stuff that seems to be playable.


??? are you kidding ???

what about 50% (or even more) of elite players who do not use Btfy equipment, not to mention us, poor saps, who do just fine (at least as good as our peers) without any expensive stuff?
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Originally posted by liXiao liXiao wrote:

Originally posted by LobbedYoud0wn LobbedYoud0wn wrote:

liXiao....is it what they ACTUALLY use or just the advertiser's statements?

I've been watching omax's videos for a while, he seems to cover the main Japanese events.

No, its always very accurate I can assure you. The also come out every year with a book called "Table Tennis Goods" where they take a look at the players actual paddle, as well as taking detailed pictures of their grips, and often having them tell stories about their setup.

I have more videos coming soon for you all!
lixiao,there is a top junior girl  that plays with short pips,dont know if  she is morizono  what pips is he using?  are you sure that tasei is using raystorm NOW?
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Originally posted by JimT JimT wrote:

Originally posted by liXiao liXiao wrote:

... since in this new age everyone just uses butterfly because its the only stuff that seems to be playable.


??? are you kidding ???

what about 50% (or even more) of elite players who do not use Btfy equipment, not to mention us, poor saps, who do just fine (at least as good as our peers) without any expensive stuff?

Well I was more or less speaking about in Japan. Companies like TSP, even Nittaku, have almost no place in the market to compete with the tenergy series. It's kind of tragic what the glue ban did to many companies, so much variety in the game is just lost. But even you yourself should no that even the Chinese cannot deal with the glue ban. Wang Liqin, Chen Qi, Zhang Jike, all have butterfly blades and rubbers. I mean I understand that most people at OUR level can't have what we always want for equipment, but I wasn't really talking about us. 
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Originally posted by bbkon bbkon wrote:

Originally posted by liXiao liXiao wrote:

Originally posted by LobbedYoud0wn LobbedYoud0wn wrote:

liXiao....is it what they ACTUALLY use or just the advertiser's statements?

I've been watching omax's videos for a while, he seems to cover the main Japanese events.

No, its always very accurate I can assure you. The also come out every year with a book called "Table Tennis Goods" where they take a look at the players actual paddle, as well as taking detailed pictures of their grips, and often having them tell stories about their setup.

I have more videos coming soon for you all!
lixiao,there is a top junior girl  that plays with short pips,dont know if  she is morizono  what pips is he using?  are you sure that tasei is using raystorm NOW?

Ahh yes Morizono. She is under contract with Nittaku and they claim she uses Hammond FA Speed. I haven't read anything about her in awhile, but hopefully soon I can report back to you on her, as well as Tasei. Tasei has been using Raystorm for the entirety of his career (he's probably been using it since it came out). He was also featured in an article back when the glue ban first took place, and they interviewed all the top Japanese players as to what they planned to switch to. He was one of three players they interviewed that said that they would not be making any changes to their setups. 

I'm also in the process of updating the videos post. 
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Originally posted by liXiao liXiao wrote:

Originally posted by JimT JimT wrote:

Originally posted by liXiao liXiao wrote:

... since in this new age everyone just uses butterfly because its the only stuff that seems to be playable.


??? are you kidding ???

what about 50% (or even more) of elite players who do not use Btfy equipment, not to mention us, poor saps, who do just fine (at least as good as our peers) without any expensive stuff?

Well I was more or less speaking about in Japan. Companies like TSP, even Nittaku, have almost no place in the market to compete with the tenergy series. It's kind of tragic what the glue ban did to many companies, so much variety in the game is just lost. But even you yourself should no that even the Chinese cannot deal with the glue ban. Wang Liqin, Chen Qi, Zhang Jike, all have butterfly blades and rubbers. I mean I understand that most people at OUR level can't have what we always want for equipment, but I wasn't really talking about us. 
 
i think that coaches get a reward if their 'players play with tenergy,one of the koreans play with narucross in fh(yoon****)
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I really like the game of the kid in this video who is playing against Kenji:



I've seen him in another video playing against Seiya Kishikawa. He has very good spin, especially on serves and bh loops.



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Masaharu YOSHIMURA  is a 17 year old high school student.

Last year at the the All Japan Championships, he played with Kishikawa at Rd16 and showed a great performance.
He could have almost beaten Kishikawa. 
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Though Kishikawa didn't do that well this year, losing badly to Chan.
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Originally posted by liXiao liXiao wrote:

Originally posted by bbkon bbkon wrote:

Originally posted by liXiao liXiao wrote:

Originally posted by LobbedYoud0wn LobbedYoud0wn wrote:

liXiao....is it what they ACTUALLY use or just the advertiser's statements?

I've been watching omax's videos for a while, he seems to cover the main Japanese events.

No, its always very accurate I can assure you. The also come out every year with a book called "Table Tennis Goods" where they take a look at the players actual paddle, as well as taking detailed pictures of their grips, and often having them tell stories about their setup.

I have more videos coming soon for you all!
lixiao,there is a top junior girl  that plays with short pips,dont know if  she is morizono  what pips is he using?  are you sure that tasei is using raystorm NOW?

Ahh yes Morizono. She is under contract with Nittaku and they claim she uses Hammond FA Speed. I haven't read anything about her in awhile, but hopefully soon I can report back to you on her, as well as Tasei. Tasei has been using Raystorm for the entirety of his career (he's probably been using it since it came out). He was also featured in an article back when the glue ban first took place, and they interviewed all the top Japanese players as to what they planned to switch to. He was one of three players they interviewed that said that they would not be making any changes to their setups. 

I'm also in the process of updating the videos post. 
know the equipment of other male/female short pip player   like konishi?
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