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    Posted: 06/11/2017 at 11:34am
ZJK will still play, likely for show
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Sex

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Date of Birth
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Update

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U21

Dbl

1MA Long   CHNM1 

10/20/1988

06/08/2017 2:09:46 AM
2FAN Zhendong   CHNM2 

01/22/1997

06/08/2017 2:08:49 AM
3XU Xin   CHNM3 

01/08/1990

06/08/2017 2:08:45 AM
4ZHANG Jike   CHNM4 

02/16/1988

06/08/2017 2:09:45 AM
5OVTCHAROV Dimitrij   GERM5 

09/02/1988

05/22/2017 2:54:02 PM
6WONG Chun Ting   HKGM7 

09/07/1991

06/08/2017 2:11:40 AM
7BOLL Timo   GERM8 

03/08/1981

05/22/2017 2:54:03 PM
8NIWA Koki   JPNM11 

10/10/1994

06/08/2017 2:09:23 AM

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1DING Ning   CHNW1 

06/20/1990

06/08/2017 2:16:43 AM
2LIU Shiwen   CHNW2 

04/12/1991

06/08/2017 2:16:42 AM
3ZHU Yuling   CHNW3 

01/10/1995

06/08/2017 2:17:49 AM
4FENG Tianwei   SGPW4 

08/31/1986

06/16/2017 8:55:34 AM
5CHEN Meng   CHNW5 

01/15/1994

06/08/2017 2:17:51 AM
6ISHIKAWA Kasumi   JPNW6 

02/23/1993

06/16/2017 8:56:48 AM
7HIRANO Miu   JPNW8 

04/14/2000

05/22/2017 3:01:13 PM
8HAN Ying ^   GERW9 

04/29/1983

06/08/2017 2:19:27 AM
9ITO Mima   JPNW10 

10/21/2000

06/08/2017 2:18:17 AM
10SATO Hitomi   JPNW10 

12/23/1997

05/22/2017 3:02:44 PM

Why does JNT still have this pair ???
7HAMAMOTO Yui   JPNW30

07/28/1998

ISHIKAWA Kasumi   JPN05/18/2017 2:08:12 PM

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USA​ Angela Guan is entered in 3 events.
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Yinhe T-2 / 4H Xiom Sig Pro 2 2.0 BH Xiom Omega IV Elite Max
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..... (Can Ishikawa Iasumi win more rounds than Miu? If not, Miu will have higher ranking next month)

Rating is taken at the time of seeding ....
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1  DING Ning CHN / LIU Shiwen CHN 

 
  -             H H   -: DING Ning / LIU Shiwen
   
2  BYE --- --- /    
3  POLCANOVA Sofia AUT / ZHANG Mo CAN   
 10:00 - 22/6/2017   Table 4         H H   -: --- --- /
   
4  HAN Ying ^ GER / SHAN Xiaona ^ GER   
5  LIN Ye ^ SGP / ZHOU Yihan ^ SGP   
 10:00 - 22/6/2017   Table 3         H H   -: --- --- /
   
6  LEE Hyunju KOR / PARK Joohyun KOR   
7  GUAN Angela USA / KUO Chia-Yun TPE   
 10:00 - 22/6/2017   Table 2         H H   -: --- --- /
   
8  DOO Hoi Kem HKG / LEE Ho Ching HKG   
9  CHEN Meng CHN / ZHU Yuling CHN   
 10:00 - 22/6/2017   Table 1         H H   -: --- --- /
   
10  NG Wing Nam HKG / SOO Wai Yam Minnie HKG   
11  CHOI Hyojoo ^ KOR / JUNG Yumi KOR   
 10:40 - 22/6/2017   Table 1         H H   -: --- --- /
   
12  HAYATA Hina JPN / ITO Mima JPN   
13  HAMAMOTO Yui JPN / ISHIKAWA Kasumi JPN   
 10:40 - 22/6/2017   Table 2         H H   -: --- --- /
   
14  HUANG Yu-Chiao TPE / WANG Yi-Ju TPE   
15  CHEN Szu-Yu TPE / HUANG Yu-Wen TPE   
 10:40 - 22/6/2017   Table 3         H H   -: --- --- /
   
16  JEON Jihee ^ KOR / YANG Haeun KOR 
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1  DING Ning CHN  

 
  - 22/6/2017            H H   -: --- ---
   
2  --- --- ---    
3  --- --- ---    
  - 22/6/2017            H H   -: --- ---
   
4  ITO Mima JPN    
5  LI Jie NED    
  - 22/6/2017            H H   -: --- ---
   
6  --- --- ---    
7  --- --- ---    
  - 22/6/2017            H H   -: --- ---
   
8  HIRANO Miu JPN    
9  CHEN Meng CHN    
  - 22/6/2017            H H   -: --- ---
   
10  --- --- ---    
11  --- --- ---    
  - 22/6/2017            H H   -: --- ---
   
12  SATO Hitomi JPN    
13  JEON Jihee ^ KOR    
  - 22/6/2017            H H   -: --- ---
   
14  --- --- ---    
15  --- --- ---    
  - 22/6/2017            H H   -: --- ---
   
16  ZHU Yuling CHN    
17  FENG Tianwei SGP    
  - 22/6/2017            H H   -: --- ---
   
18  --- --- ---    
19  --- --- ---    
  - 22/6/2017            H H   -: --- ---
   
20  ZENG Jian ^^ SGP    
21  DOO Hoi Kem HKG    
  - 22/6/2017            H H   -: --- ---
   
22  --- --- ---    
23  --- --- ---    
  - 22/6/2017            H H   -: --- ---
   
24  HAN Ying ^ GER    
25  ISHIKAWA Kasumi JPN    
  - 22/6/2017            H H   -: --- ---
   
26  --- --- ---    
27  --- --- ---    
  - 22/6/2017            H H   -: --- ---
   
28  SHAN Xiaona ^ GER    
29  HAYATA Hina JPN    
  - 22/6/2017            H H   -: --- ---
   
30  --- --- ---    
31  --- --- ---    
  - 22/6/2017            H H   -: --- ---
   
32  LIU Shiwen CHN  
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Is Angela Guan's match on Table 3, 11:20 PM (US Eastern) today? (U21 women's singles.)
I am not sure.
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Originally posted by skip3119 skip3119 wrote:

Is Angela Guan's match on Table 3, 11:20 PM (US Eastern) today? (U21 women's singles.)
I am not sure.
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No rest for the weary, eh?
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Angela Guan is playing now on table 3.

Edited by skip3119 - 06/19/2017 at 11:21pm
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Originally posted by Fidelio Fidelio wrote:

No rest for the weary, eh?

It will only get worse starting next year.
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I just find out DOO Hoi Kem will play U21 Stern Smile
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Zhang Mo's game holding up pretty good.
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Sun v Kihara
age 16 v 12
1st game, 11:1
2nd, 12:10
3rd, 11:6
4th, 11:2

Edited by zeio - 06/20/2017 at 3:42am
Viscaria FL - 91g
+ Neo H3 2.15 Blk - 44.5g(55.3g uncut bare)
+ Hexer HD 2.1 Red - 49.3g(68.5g 〃 〃)
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Wow, no comment on Sun Yingsha......but just want to say ....devastating first game against Kihara Miyuu.
Signs of a champion, so relax and smooth.

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Whats up, China ?
I just looked at the number of entries for this competition
China......12; 6 men and 6 women
Japan.... 42 participants; 21 men and 21 ladies
South Korea....18; 7 men and 11 ladies
Chinese Taipei.......17; 9 men and 8 ladies
Hong Kong.......13; 6 men and 7 ladies

So, whats up ?

Won too many competitions, no budget, holding back ? Troubles ? Confused

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Originally posted by penholderxxx penholderxxx wrote:

Whats up, China ?
I just looked at the number of entries for this competition
China......12; 6 men and 6 women
Japan.... 42 participants; 21 men and 21 ladies
South Korea....18; 7 men and 11 ladies
Chinese Taipei.......17; 9 men and 8 ladies
Hong Kong.......13; 6 men and 7 ladies
So, whats up ?
Won too many competitions, no budget, holding back ? Troubles ? Confused
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China always sends 12 players, never more than that.
If one player, for some reason can not go, they will have only 11 players.
For some ITTF tournaments, China doesn't send any player,
but they always supports North Korea by sending 12 second-tier players to Pyongyang Open.

Japan always supports ITTF, always sends lots of players.


Edited by skip3119 - 06/20/2017 at 8:27am
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Originally posted by skip3119 skip3119 wrote:

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China always sends 12 players, never more than that.
If one player, for some reason can not go, they will have only 11 players.
For some ITTF tournaments, China doesn't send any player,
but they always supports North Korea by sending 12 second-tier players to Pyongyang Open.

Japan always supports ITTF, always sends lots of players.
SKip3119 is right; last year, no one came to the china Open. China still only sent 12 players to the Open. I remember that an USA tt player was in the main draw, and his double pair was in QF LOL
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When Sun Yingsha advances to the Main Draw, it will be interesting to see where she ends up.
She should not have any problems to win the Qualification matches.
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Originally posted by skip3119 skip3119 wrote:

When Sun Yingsha advances to the Main Draw, it will be interesting to see where she ends up.
She should not have any problems to win the Qualification matches.


what i find strange that there arent players from china in u18 ranking
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Originally posted by bbkon bbkon wrote:

Originally posted by skip3119 skip3119 wrote:

When Sun Yingsha advances to the Main Draw, it will be interesting to see where she ends up.
She should not have any problems to win the Qualification matches.

what i find strange that there arent players from china in u18 ranking
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As far as I can recall, the World Tours have never had U18 events.
The World Tours do have U21 events, but China has never sent players to play in those events.



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Originally posted by skip3119 skip3119 wrote:

Originally posted by bbkon bbkon wrote:

Originally posted by skip3119 skip3119 wrote:

When Sun Yingsha advances to the Main Draw, it will be interesting to see where she ends up.
She should not have any problems to win the Qualification matches.

what i find strange that there arent players from china in u18 ranking
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As far as I can recall, the World Tours have never had U18 events.
The World Tours do have U21 events, but China has never sent players to play in those events.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PFfydVt5u8c
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Originally posted by kindof99 kindof99 wrote:

ZJK will still play, likely for show
Rumor has it that ZJK will not play now because of LGL "promotion." 
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Originally posted by Fidelio Fidelio wrote:

As far as I can recall, the World Tours have never had U18 events.
The World Tours do have U21 events, but China has never sent players to play in those events.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PFfydVt5u8c
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Oops, you found one.  Thanks.
I just don't recall that I have seen one.

In 2013 they held China Open twice, that surprised me also.
China had players in U21, only in June's event, but not the August's event.

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Originally posted by skip3119 skip3119 wrote:

When Sun Yingsha advances to the Main Draw, it will be interesting to see where she ends up.
She should not have any problems to win the Qualification matches.


Yes...Smile
Perhaps , and ZHANG Rui CHN   ?

WS R32: (China vs.Japan)
In the first eight, one clean top Chinese woman, D.N.
(ITO Mima-
If R32 passes, in R16 against DN)Cry

In the second eight-two top Chinese women-C.M. and Z.Y.L.

 
In the third eight there are no pure Chinese women ...
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Although F.T. And Han Ying ....Embarrassed)

 
The last eight is LSV ....

And this without Sun Yingsha and perhaps ZHANG Rui

Best case scenario:
ITO - D.N. in R16
HIRANO - D.N. in QF
SATO - C.M. in R16
ISHIKAWA -  LSV in QF
HAYATA - LSV in R16

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And they can meet in R32 with Sun Yingsha....Shocked

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As it turned out the big test for LJK came a week late.
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Originally posted by zeio zeio wrote:

As it turned out the big test for LJK came a week late.


And he fails it. What a great match by his opponent. Consistent and aggressive.
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More of this to come, most likely.
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Zhang Mo's game is a pain in the butt.

She is like an incarnation of Tie Yana.

No doubt she took WMY to the 7th game.

Edited by zeio - 06/21/2017 at 5:44am
Viscaria FL - 91g
+ Neo H3 2.15 Blk - 44.5g(55.3g uncut bare)
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Is Sun Yingsha in trouble?
Lost first game 7-11.

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