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    Posted: 06/09/2009 at 1:50am
2009 Japan Open, Wakayama, JPN, Jun 11 - Jun 14

Videos:

From Me (IceObsession, Beanny46):

MS-SF: Yoshida Kaii vs Oh Sang Eun
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tQvtbAvodSg

MS-SF: Werner Schlager vs Patrick Baum
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_7eGwtasea0

MS-R16: Kenta Matsudaira vs Yoshida Kaii
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W6PZact9exY
 
MS-F: Oh Sang Eun vs Patrick Baum
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YHdHVMEUwcI

MS-QF: Jun Mizutani vs Oh Sang Eun
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yu4dZJmr7nY

From JimT and Others:

Jun Mizutani vs Alexey Smirnov
http://www.megaupload.com/?d=EZY31BJD

Kenta Matsudaira vs Kaii Yoshida
http://www.megaupload.com/?d=HC8BED3O

Joo Se Hyuk vs Lars Hielscher (54 min)
http://www.megaupload.com/?d=IV32I4K4

Werner Schlager vs Bastian Steger
http://www.megaupload.com/?d=JUUUH9UO

Oh Sang Eun vs Kaii Yoshida
http://www.megaupload.com/?d=47WBDPQA

Sayaka Hirano vs Park Mi Young
http://www.megaupload.com/?d=LY14WJLJ


UEDA Jin (JPN) vs. OVTCHAROV Dimitrij (GER)
http://www.megaupload.com/?d=NLL925PI

OH Sang Eun (KOR) vs. BAUM Patrick (GER)
http://megaupload.com/?d=8YQJ6LON

Park Mi Young vs Yuka Ishigaki
http://www.megaupload.com/?d=1GPAKEHV


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Looks like Japan is sending out the big guns! Not surprising of course... after all, this is on their home soil.
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Originally posted by Cyrilix Cyrilix wrote:

Looks like Japan is sending out the big guns! Not surprising of course... after all, this is on their home soil.


Yeap, agreed. I feel quite sad that Feng Tianwei and Wang Yue Gu has been cancelled from this tournament. CryCryCry
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Where are the Chinese players?
 
The Korean & Japanese are sending their main players but China did not even send their second echelon players.
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women's side stacked with JPN, if they don't get top 3, it's a travestyCry
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The Chinese have to play in the Superleague; same for Feng Tianwei.
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Where is Kenta?
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he is not seeded, also lee jung woo comeback to pro tours, but no ryu again 
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Kenta is playing but his world ranking doesn't put him among the top 16 seeds.

17 BAUM Patrick   GER M 61
5/26/2009 5:57:55 PM
18 MATSUDAIRA Kenta   JPN M 62
5/15/2009 3:59:05 AM
19 KISHIKAWA Seiya   JPN M 68
5/26/2009 5:54:30 PM
20 HIELSCHER Lars   GER M 81
5/15/2009 3:16:46 AM
21 TAKAKIWA Taku   JPN M 90
5/15/2009 4:40:08 AM
22 WOSIK Torben   GER M 94
5/15/2009 3:23:41 AM
23 KOSOWSKI Jakub   POL M 100
5/15/2009 3:45:24 AM

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Men's Doubles Seeded Players:

Name Sex Ranking Partner   Update
1 KISHIKAWA Seiya   JPN M 68 MIZUTANI Jun   JPN
5/26/2009 5:54:30 PM
2 MA Liang ^   SIN M 125 YANG Zi   SIN
5/26/2009 5:54:46 PM
3 OVTCHAROV Dimitrij   GER M 13 STEGER Bastian   GER
5/26/2009 5:55:01 PM
4 OH Sang Eun   KOR M 14 YOON Jae Young   KOR
5/26/2009 5:55:16 PM
5 MONTEIRO Joao   POR M 50 SMIRNOV Alexei   RUS
5/26/2009 5:55:36 PM
6 MATSUDAIRA Kenji   JPN M 126 UEDA Jin   JPN
5/26/2009 5:57:23 PM
7 BAUM Patrick   GER M 61 HIELSCHER Lars   GER
5/26/2009 5:57:55 PM
8 KIM Jung Hoon   KOR M 39 LEE Jin Kwon   KOR
6/7/2009 10:37:43 PM


Women's Doubles Seeded Players:

Name Sex Ranking Partner   Update
1 SUN Bei Bei   SIN W 30 YU Meng Yu   SIN
5/26/2009 5:50:52 PM
2 DODEAN Daniela   ROU W 33 SAMARA Elizabeta   ROU
5/26/2009 5:51:39 PM
3 FUKUHARA Ai   JPN W 31 ISHIKAWA Kasumi   JPN
5/26/2009 5:52:06 PM
4 PARK Mi Young   KOR W 20 SEO Hyo Won   KOR
5/26/2009 5:52:29 PM
5 HIRANO Sayaka   JPN W 25 HIURA Reiko   JPN
5/26/2009 5:52:49 PM
6 LEE Eun Hee   KOR W 40 PARK Young Sook   KOR
5/26/2009 5:53:14 PM
7 KIM Jung Hyun   KOR W 104 SEOK Ha Jung   KOR
5/26/2009 5:53:40 PM
8 FUJINUMA Ai   JPN W 69 TASEI Mikie   JPN
5/26/2009 5:54:05 PM

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Originally posted by IceObsession IceObsession wrote:

Men's Doubles Seeded Players:

Name Sex Ranking Partner   Update
1 KISHIKAWA Seiya   JPN M 68 MIZUTANI Jun   JPN
5/26/2009 5:54:30 PM
2 MA Liang ^   SIN M 125 YANG Zi   SIN
5/26/2009 5:54:46 PM
3 OVTCHAROV Dimitrij   GER M 13 STEGER Bastian   GER
5/26/2009 5:55:01 PM
4 OH Sang Eun   KOR M 14 YOON Jae Young   KOR
5/26/2009 5:55:16 PM
5 MONTEIRO Joao   POR M 50 SMIRNOV Alexei   RUS
5/26/2009 5:55:36 PM
6 MATSUDAIRA Kenji   JPN M 126 UEDA Jin   JPN
5/26/2009 5:57:23 PM
7 BAUM Patrick   GER M 61 HIELSCHER Lars   GER
5/26/2009 5:57:55 PM
8 KIM Jung Hoon   KOR M 39 LEE Jin Kwon   KOR
6/7/2009 10:37:43 PM


Women's Doubles Seeded Players:

Name Sex Ranking Partner   Update
1 SUN Bei Bei   SIN W 30 YU Meng Yu   SIN
5/26/2009 5:50:52 PM
2 DODEAN Daniela   ROU W 33 SAMARA Elizabeta   ROU
5/26/2009 5:51:39 PM
3 FUKUHARA Ai   JPN W 31 ISHIKAWA Kasumi   JPN
5/26/2009 5:52:06 PM
4 PARK Mi Young   KOR W 20 SEO Hyo Won   KOR
5/26/2009 5:52:29 PM
5 HIRANO Sayaka   JPN W 25 HIURA Reiko   JPN
5/26/2009 5:52:49 PM
6 LEE Eun Hee   KOR W 40 PARK Young Sook   KOR
5/26/2009 5:53:14 PM
7 KIM Jung Hyun   KOR W 104 SEOK Ha Jung   KOR
5/26/2009 5:53:40 PM
8 FUJINUMA Ai   JPN W 69 TASEI Mikie   JPN
5/26/2009 5:54:05 PM

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both Timo and Samsonov keep on skipping tournaments. Perhaps Timo is still not at 100% but Vladi is right there in the neighborhood and he still wouldn't play Japan Open... strange.

No Kreanga, Maze, Persson, Primorac, Suss.. too bad
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Originally posted by JimT JimT wrote:

both Timo and Samsonov keep on skipping tournaments. Perhaps Timo is still not at 100% but Vladi is right there in the neighborhood and he still wouldn't play Japan Open... strange.

No Kreanga, Maze, Persson, Primorac, Suss.. too bad


I just know Feng Tianwei withdrawn from the tournament because she needs to compete in the CTTSL. But for Wang Yue Gu, I still don't know why she withdrawn from both the China and Japan Open.
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The players also have obligations in their leagues, and sometimes they just need a break... Ryu had surgery on his ankle, I think. Boll is just back from injury and had to play in the German league finals, which conflicted with the China Open; and what's the point for him to fly over just for the Japan Open if the Chinese aren't there? For Ovtcharov on the other hand, that's an opportunity to get some bonus points and maybe even a ProTour win.

I'm surprised at Samsonov though since he's in Asia already and the Spanish league should be over.

Some other non-Chinese Asians also have to play Superleague: Kim Kyung Ah, Tie Yana, Cheung Yuk...
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Hope Schlager will win men's final.I think he'll meet Joo again ^^ in the final.
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Originally posted by JimT JimT wrote:

both Timo and Samsonov keep on skipping tournaments. Perhaps Timo is still not at 100% but Vladi is right there in the neighborhood and he still wouldn't play Japan Open... strange.

No Kreanga, Maze, Persson, Primorac, Suss.. too bad


i, too, am curious about what's going on with vladi.  he pulled out of the belarus open a few weeks back, which, on paper at least, should have been an easy win and an easy chance to pick up bonus points.

he goes and plays the china vs. the world event and then doesn't play the japan open, where, again, he would be the top seed and would have a good chance to pick up bonus points.

so, where is he going to play next--he's gonna go all the way to africa to play the MOROCCAN OPEN, which is next month.  and there he will be one of only 2 players in the top-100!!

it just doesn't add up in my book...
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Wally Green is finally back on the ProTour!

Also playing doubles with Thomas Keinath.

Group 11
1  10:45 11/6/2009  HAN Ji Min   KOR

 vs

 GREEN Wally    USA 11-4, 11-6, 11-6, 11-3,-,-, -  4-0  HAN Ji Min

2  13:00 11/6/2009  OYA Hidetoshi   JPN

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 GREEN Wally    USA 11-5, 11-7, 11-5, 11-5,-,-, -  4-0  OYA Hidetoshi

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Wally must be a big star in Japan, no wonder he traveled to the tournament:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wbAazWxWXkQ
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That's nice! Wally, if you are reading this - did you need USATT to sign off on this? how does that work? also, dude, just out of curiosity - what is the tournament fee? I presume you were in Japan on your own, so tickets/hotel that's on you anyways...

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Originally posted by takaaki takaaki wrote:


i, too, am curious about what's going on with vladi.  he pulled out of the belarus open a few weeks back, which, on paper at least, should have been an easy win and an easy chance to pick up bonus points.

he goes and plays the china vs. the world event and then doesn't play the japan open, where, again, he would be the top seed and would have a good chance to pick up bonus points.

so, where is he going to play next--he's gonna go all the way to africa to play the MOROCCAN OPEN, which is next month.  and there he will be one of only 2 players in the top-100!!

it just doesn't add up in my book...


I wonder if they pay him more..
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Could be he is still not feeling 100% in terms of equipment. Also he is supposed to move again, to play for a Russian club from now on, he is leaving Cajagranada. Although I have no idea where his family actually lives... I doubt that they move across Europe all the time...
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well, when he was playing for charleroi, they lived there. and i think a heard that, at least at one time, they were living in england.

anyhow, i, too, can't imagine they would have moved to spain in the past year and now to russia (or a hop, skip and a jump away to belarus).

actually, he may have pulled out of the belarus open to play the MASTERS event (higher prize money?) in england which was around the same time.  surprisingly so, i don't recall seeing any mention of that event here on the forum.  he (and persson) played some great matches with england's paul drinkhall, who has really improved in the past year.  there are a few vids from the event posted on youtube.
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Wally and Keini lost their doubles match, 2-3 against a Japanese pair.

Isn't Wally sponsored by Rockstar? And I do think that USATT has to authorize his entry, but if no other US players are interested that doesn't seem to be a problem.

Kenta almost lost to world # 348 (19-17 in the final game!). The adjustment from World All-Stars to ProTour qualifying must be tough...


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Any updates on the Japan Open?
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i have just seen the first game on ittv.
 
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y'know, i was just looking at the rankings and it looks to me like, if ovtcharov can somehow win this event and beat joo in the process, he'll end up in the top-10 next month.  now that would be huge for german TT--2 germans in the top-10!  now when was the last time that happened??
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Originally posted by Ryu_S_M Ryu_S_M wrote:

he is not seeded, also lee jung woo comeback to pro tours, but no ryu again 

ryu is training in Korea to back to his old form, when he was the best.
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Mizutani-Smirnov is so amazing!
Yoshida-Matsudaira kenta is awesome too!
Please, JimT or anyone, upload to megaupload
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Yoshida acted like he just won the finals. lol. Great comeback.
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please i will be very thankful if anybody upload UEDA Jin vs. OVTCHAROV Dimitrij
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