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    Posted: 06/12/2018 at 11:19am
VladCeller's post from another thread:

By the way, the JNT in the Korea Open stated  (mixed) :

HARIMOTO Tomokazu    -   HAYATA Hina
MORIZONO Masataka    -   ITO Mima   


Edited by skip3119 - 06/12/2018 at 11:43am
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Prominent young players:  Harimoto Tomokazu, Ito Mima and Lin Yun-Ju.
Plus the good ol' ZJK.
All have entered this Korea Open.

Let's keep track how they do.

*** Update:  I don't see Ma Long and Fan Zhendong, at this moment.
                    China has 10 players from men's side entered.


Edited by skip3119 - 06/12/2018 at 11:32am
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Korea Open is over a month away, so there may be changes to who's gonna play..
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Originally posted by ZingyDNA ZingyDNA wrote:

Korea Open is over a month away, so there may be changes to who's gonna play..


Oh sure....Smile
Nevertheless, the initial applications of CNT and JNT are interesting ....Embarrassed
I think that the compositions of these two teams (for example, for JNT known pre-compositions for both Open Korea and the Australian Open) show some tendency .....
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Entry deadline for singles:  June 17.  (Only 5 days left.)
Entry deadline for doubles:  June 27.
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On the women side....29 players from Korea !!!!!
Out of 102 players, only Lisa Lung, G Dvorak, Li Jie, Yu Fu, Shao Jieni, Balazova will represent non Asian countries....only 6 out of 102 for a platinium open ! I have never seen this, no Germans, No Russians, no Romanians....


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For the first time, I see that China announced its players to the Challenge Open Nigeria (August 2018).

And with the declared Chinese players the chances of getting at least a quarterfinal in "Open Korea" are small, even for the Japanese ....



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"...represent non Asian countries....only 6 out of 102 for a platinium open" - and 3 of these came from China.
"...no Germans, No Russians, no Romanians...." and no reason for Europeans to participate either, considering all the expenses against zero returns.
It's going to be another CNT feast with maybe a dash of wasabi, probably from semi-final up.
And it's unlikely to improve in the foreseeable future for Women players west of the Urals.
Such a regrettable situation.
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Originally posted by Tempest/Comet Tempest/Comet wrote:

It's going to be another CNT feast with maybe a dash of wasabi, probably from semi-final up. 
And it's unlikely to improve in the foreseeable future for Women players west of the Urals.

Nice.

They should fire the idiot who writes for the ITTF and hire you!

I'm sure the ITTF is getting what it pays for, however.
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Originally posted by Tempest/Comet Tempest/Comet wrote:

"...represent non Asian countries....only 6 out of 102 for a platinium open" - and 3 of these came from China.
"...no Germans, No Russians, no Romanians...." and no reason for Europeans to participate either, considering all the expenses against zero returns.
It's going to be another CNT feast with maybe a dash of wasabi, probably from semi-final up.
And it's unlikely to improve in the foreseeable future for Women players west of the Urals.
Such a regrettable situation.
what do u mean" 3of these came from China"?
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LI Jie(NL), FU Yu & SHAO Jieni (Por) are Chinese-born European representatives, hence.
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Originally posted by VladCeller VladCeller wrote:

Originally posted by ZingyDNA ZingyDNA wrote:

Korea Open is over a month away, so there may be changes to who's gonna play..


Oh sure....Smile
Nevertheless, the initial applications of CNT and JNT are interesting ....Embarrassed
I think that the compositions of these two teams (for example, for JNT known pre-compositions for both Open Korea and the Australian Open) show some tendency .....



CNT announced the composition of the team at Australia Open .....
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DING Ning    
LIU Shiwen
ZHU Yuling
CHEN Meng
WANG Manyu
SUN Yingsha
CHEN Xingtong
GU Yuting
CHE Xiaoxi
LI Jiayi

Shocked
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I didn't even know there's an Australian Open. It's also one of the "Platinum" events, which I figure is the most important of the tours? It's also within a week from the Korean Open, also a Platinum event. Seems too close?

Anyhoo it's rare to see CNT send so many people down there

Originally posted by VladCeller VladCeller wrote:

CNT announced the composition of the team at Australia Open .....
WS:

DING Ning     
LIU Shiwen
ZHU Yuling
CHEN Meng
WANG Manyu
SUN Yingsha
CHEN Xingtong
GU Yuting
CHE Xiaoxi
LI Jiayi

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Originally posted by Tempest/Comet Tempest/Comet wrote:

"...represent non Asian countries....only 6 out of 102 for a platinium open" - and 3 of these came from China.
"...no Germans, No Russians, no Romanians...." and no reason for Europeans to participate either, considering all the expenses against zero returns.
It's going to be another CNT feast with maybe a dash of wasabi, probably from semi-final up.
And it's unlikely to improve in the foreseeable future for Women players west of the Urals.
Such a regrettable situation.


You are naive to believw that losing European participants have zero returns. By your logic only the top 4 seeds should be participatimg.

It is fun to play against the chinese top players. Europwans get exposure playing with much higher level than they are used to. Especially true for juniors. Australia is a beautiful country and has unique offerings interms nature. Also some top europeans may catch some top chinese playing their b game and there is always hope. Anyeay, there are other returns if you think about it.

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But is the return worth the investment? Australia is a long way from Europe. There's gonna be expensive long flights and jet lag to overcome. If it's a big event like World Cup (not the soccer one) or WTTC, yeah it's worth it but not a pro tour IMO.

Originally posted by shaks shaks wrote:

Originally posted by Tempest/Comet Tempest/Comet wrote:

"...represent non Asian countries....only 6 out of 102 for a platinium open" - and 3 of these came from China.
"...no Germans, No Russians, no Romanians...." and no reason for Europeans to participate either, considering all the expenses against zero returns.
It's going to be another CNT feast with maybe a dash of wasabi, probably from semi-final up.
And it's unlikely to improve in the foreseeable future for Women players west of the Urals.
Such a regrettable situation.


You are naive to believw that losing European participants have zero returns. By your logic only the top 4 seeds should be participatimg.

It is fun to play against the chinese top players. Europwans get exposure playing with much higher level than they are used to. Especially true for juniors. Australia is a beautiful country and has unique offerings interms nature. Also some top europeans may catch some top chinese playing their b game and there is always hope. Anyeay, there are other returns if you think about it.

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Australia Open, a tournament of high rank ....
Entry for participation in singles-until July 24 ....
Regarding the possible extension of the deadline for recording - ITTF has not yet notified ....
A total of 60 women participants?

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Both Korea Open and Australia Open belong to World Tour Premium,
that commands higher ranking points. (For ITTF ranking purpose.)
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Thank you....

Who can explain?
ITTF World Ranking Regulations
...3.9.4.
If a seeded player loses in the first round at an ITTF World Tour,ITTF Challenge Series or ITTF World Junior Circuit, without winning  a single match,shall receive the half of the points of the first round.

FENG  Tianwei - 2018 - World Tour, Japan Open, Kitakyushu - los in R32...Nevertheless, 900 points are added, not half (in the rating list for July 2018) ....Why?

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Ya, it should be 450 points.
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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DOO Hoi Kem,SAMARA Elizabeta  - the same ....Question

Does this mean that this rule item no longer applies?It's not like the random mistake of the compilers of the rating .....

ITTF World Ranking Regulations
...3.9.4.
If a seeded player loses in the first round at an ITTF World Tour,ITTF Challenge Series or ITTF World Junior Circuit, without winning  a single match,shall receive the half of the points of the first round.


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Originally posted by zeio zeio wrote:

Ya, it should be 450 points.



By the way, ITTF corrected the results ... Corrected ....
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To think it wasn't done automatically...
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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USA has 2 players entered this Korea Open:

Ma Jinbao, USATT 2730.
Chen Baiyu.  (Can not find any info about this player.)
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Chen Baiyu.  (did find a little bit info about this player).
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Can not find Chen Baiyu's USATT rating.
He did play US Open quite a few times (something like 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017.)




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That’s Bob Chen
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Originally posted by kyle90 kyle90 wrote:

That’s Bob Chen
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Heard Bob Chen a lot, but never heard Chen Baiyu.
Checked US Open results for a few years, indeed Chen Baiyu is Bob Chen.
You just nailed it.

Chen Baiyu (widely known as Bob Chen):  USATT is 2693.
He entered the 2018 Korea Open.

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Curious..
Australia Open ...CNT has made a serious substitution ....Replacement of these five players by second-tier players ...


However, Ding Ning declared in Bulgaria Open .....
(it has already been announced that in Bulgaria Open - the entire Japanese women's top ....)

11 ZHU Yuling CHN W


- -
Replaced 2018-07-10 09:58
12 CHEN Meng CHN W


- -
Replaced 2018-07-10 09:58
13 WANG Manyu CHN W


- -
Replaced 2018-07-10 09:59
14 SUN Yingsha CHN W


- -
Yes 2018-07-10 10:00
15 CHEN Xingtong CHN W


- -
Replaced 2018-07-10 09:59


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Originally posted by skip3119 skip3119 wrote:

USA has 2 players entered this Korea Open:
Ma Jinbao, USATT 2730.
Chen Baiyu.  (known as Bob Chen, USATT 2693)
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Ma Jinbao plays both regular event and U-21. (At 2730, he may have a shot at U-21.)
Chen Baiyu (known as Bob Chen) plays only regular event.


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These 2 players in 2018 Korea Open, has played against each other before.
Ma Jinbao vs Bob Chen (Chen Baiyu).
2017 California State Open.  (12-1-2017 to 12-3-2017)



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