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    Posted: 08/22/2010 at 2:33pm
Semifinals will be played tomorrow, including Koki Niwa vs Simon Gauzy.
http://www.ittf.com/competitions/competitions2.asp?Competition_ID=1756&category=YOG

The live stream includes table tennis on channel 5:
http://www.youtholympicgames.org/

In North America, Universal Sports (digital TV) shows daily highlight shows from several sports, so perhaps table tennis will be featured as well.
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Table tennis is now on Universal (just a few minutes highlights from the early rounds).
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Girls' semifinals have started - live streaming here (channel 5):
http://www.youtholympicgames.org/
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thanks for the link, watching it now.
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The girls final will be Gu Yuting of China against Isabelle Li of Singapore.

Now to the boys - Niwa vs Gauzy about to start!

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They have just finished - Niwa won rather quickly 4-0 in less than 30 minutes
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I saw two of the girls matches and they weren't very exciting, Gu won against Yang 4-1 and Li won the one before that against someone (forgot the name) 4-0 i think (didn't catch the end but know Li won it).
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Hung just beat Lakatos 4-0 in semi finals.  It seemed like Lakatos just didn't know how to handle Hung.
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The European boys were really outclassed in both matches. Should be an excellent final. 
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am watching lakatos (hun) vs gauzy (france) live in indoor stadium now! exciting match, that these 2 boys play well.. more eager to sees the final!!!
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Originally posted by sahiggs100 sahiggs100 wrote:

Hung just beat Lakatos 4-0 in semi finals.  It seemed like Lakatos just didn't know how to handle Hung.
 
hung seems using some yellow handle blade for his rpb cpen.. innerforce cpen?
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Originally posted by amateur amateur wrote:

The European boys were really outclassed in both matches. Should be an excellent final. 


Lakatos finally got himself together in the 4th game - he was really nervous in the beginning. Also when he tried defensive strokes, Hung killed him dead so quickly there was just no chance. Then it was too late...
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Was anyone able to capture the semis or finals?
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The boys' semifinals are available as "video on demand" on http://www.youtholympicgames.org.

Hopefully the final will soon appear there as well. Seems to have been a close and competitive match.
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Originally posted by amateur amateur wrote:

The boys' semifinals are available as "video on demand" on http://www.youtholympicgames.org.

Hopefully the final will soon appear there as well. Seems to have been a close and competitive match.


I wasn't able to capture the video though. Anyone?
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The singles finals (both boys and girls) are now available as video on demand.

The live channel is streaming the first stage of the team event (one boy, one girl; two singles, one doubles).
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just watched the mens finals,  won't spoil it if you haven't seen it but really great match, great job by both Hung and Niwa.  Really enjoyed watching that one.
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hungs is the TBZLF.. its got the spikey yellow strips that are on a TB handle.
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Sorry, I did not see that the thread has been started.
Men's final, good match!
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WS Final

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=PBXXQ2JH
 
MS Final
 
 
I got the video from  http://www.youtholympicgames.org
but the quality is pretty poor.Anyone who can get the HD version?
ps.my megaupload account isn't vip,i don't know how long the video will keep on this site.so download it as soon as possible.
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Originally posted by zheyi zheyi wrote:

Originally posted by sahiggs100 sahiggs100 wrote:

Hung just beat Lakatos 4-0 in semi finals.  It seemed like Lakatos just didn't know how to handle Hung.
 
hung seems using some yellow handle blade for his rpb cpen.. innerforce cpen?

Is it possible to watch this match? I'd like to watch some young RPB player!
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It is rare to find a CPen player from Taiwan.  Most PH players from Taiwan I have seen or met are JPen (good players!).
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Originally posted by Sallom89 Sallom89 wrote:

Originally posted by zheyi zheyi wrote:

Originally posted by sahiggs100 sahiggs100 wrote:

Hung just beat Lakatos 4-0 in semi finals.  It seemed like Lakatos just didn't know how to handle Hung.
 
hung seems using some yellow handle blade for his rpb cpen.. innerforce cpen?

Is it possible to watch this match? I'd like to watch some young RPB player!

i think is the inneforce zhang yining, all the penholder in the junior team from taipei are cpens i think shaolin is talking about 30year old players also there is one from hong kong that is short pips cpen rpb would be nice to know the set up of the junior players
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You are right bbkon.  My Taiwanese and Korean JPen friends are 40+ years old.
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Originally posted by shaolinTT shaolinTT wrote:

It is rare to find a CPen player from Taiwan.  Most PH players from Taiwan I have seen or met are JPen (good players!).


+1

Cpen is rare in Taiwan, even down to college level players (19-22). But it makes sense that some good 14-15 year olds are using RPB cpen.


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