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    Posted: 06/23/2018 at 7:14am
Copying VladCellar's posts from Korea Op to Australian Op Wink

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
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from VladCellar in Korean Op thread:

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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Thank you...Smile

Japanese women - 19 participants ....
In other words, Chinese women and Japanese women make up half of all women claimed ....Shocked


Edited by VladCeller - 06/23/2018 at 8:16am
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ZJK is in this one, too.
Lately, ZJK is in more world tours than anyone of these three:  ML, FZD and XX.
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....Lately, ZJK is in more world tours than anyone of these three:  ML, FZD and XX...

LSW - a complete analogy ....
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Curious information about WD and Mixed .....
JNT , WD - while no one ....Mixed -  only Ishikawa and  YOSHIMURA Maharu...
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Copy from VladCeller about Australian Op from another thread :)
“Curious..Australia Open ...CNT has made a serious substitution ....Replacement of these five players by second-tier players ...“

Korea Op & Australian OP is only a week apart.
There is also Asian Games in Jakarta 8/18 - 9/2.
May be fear of fatigue/injuries + preparations.

'readjusted'/missing players: FZD, LGY, WCQ, XF
                                          ZYL, CM, WMY, SYS, CXT
These players are also NOT on Bulgaria OP 8/16 -8/19 list.
(That’s also probably why only Ding Ning is participating in Bulgaria Op leading 2nd tier CNT)

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FZD prioritizes the Asian Games rather than the Australian Open due to a short time.
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Ma Long has withdrawn from Australian Op, due to knee injuries.
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Originally posted by Tempest/Comet Tempest/Comet wrote:

07/21/18
Ma Long has withdrawn from Australian Op, due to knee injuries.


Sad to hear especially after what happened last year at the Australian Open.
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Originally posted by skip3119 skip3119 wrote:

ZJK is in this one, too.
Lately, ZJK is in more world tours than anyone of these three:  ML, FZD and XX.
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Oops, ZJK's name disappeared.
Don't know the reason why.
I did see his name on the list, back then.
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No luck with the group ....Shocked

1 - Hashimoto Homoka
2 - Li Jiayi (CHN)
3 - Fan Siqi (CHN)
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Deleted, incorrect, I misread.

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The corrected one reads:
Yu Ziyang beat Cho Daeseong, 4-3.


Edited by skip3119 - 07/24/2018 at 8:21am
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Wow, if anyone planned and paid to go to Australia to watch all the big CNT names in action, it's going to be one huge let down.
I remember going to Philadelphia from the west coast, for World Cup 2016 to watch in real life DN & LSW.
After HUGE and irreversible expenses and commitment, they withdrawn from the tournament. I still remember the bitter taste in my mouth.
Of course I was well compensated when I witnessed Hirano made history.
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Arinobu (2017 US Open champ) against Apolonia: https://youtu.be/sTdUP5u-HEE 
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Originally posted by patrickhrdlicka patrickhrdlicka wrote:

Arinobu (2017 US Open champ) against Apolonia: https://youtu.be/sTdUP5u-HEE 

A lot of serve-hiding by both players (Apolonia blatantly with his hand, Arinobu with his head). They just don't call such stuff.
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Jang Woojin already out in the qualification round.... no happy tomorrow.
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Great match:  Jang Woojin vs Yu Ziyang.
Worth to watch the replay, both players played very well.
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https://bornanblob.blob.core.windows.net/ittf-web-results/html/TTE2824/brackets.html

Mimа Ito, if it comes to the quarterfinals, will have to play with someone from Chinese women ....
HE Zhuojia or LI Jiayi.....Disapprove
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Curious ... It seems to me that recently in ITTF some strange seeding in the qualifying rounds?
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Originally posted by skip3119 skip3119 wrote:

Great match:  Jang Woojin vs Yu Ziyang.
Worth to watch the replay, both players played very well.
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Granted, it's only a qualification match. But, it is a very good match.
Sure surprised at the outcome. (I watched it live.)

Before the match started, I thought that a particular player should win easily.
Darn, I was wrong. Still scratching my head.
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Originally posted by skip3119 skip3119 wrote:

Originally posted by skip3119 skip3119 wrote:

Great match:  Jang Woojin vs Yu Ziyang.
Worth to watch the replay, both players played very well.
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Granted, it's only a qualification match. But, it is a very good match.
Sure surprised at the outcome. (I watched it live.)

Before the match started, I thought that a particular player should win easily.
Darn, I was wrong. Still scratching my head.



Woojin overrated?
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Originally posted by piligrim piligrim wrote:

Originally posted by skip3119 skip3119 wrote:

Originally posted by skip3119 skip3119 wrote:

Great match:  Jang Woojin vs Yu Ziyang.
Worth to watch the replay, both players played very well.
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Granted, it's only a qualification match. But, it is a very good match.
Sure surprised at the outcome. (I watched it live.)
Before the match started, I thought that a particular player should win easily.
Darn, I was wrong. Still scratching my head.
Woojin overrated?
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Jang Woojin played very well, he returned many impossible shots.
(Even though, Yu Ziyang won.)
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THe first three games that Jang Woojin lost were all at dues points when he was ahead. He seemed to be nervous there. But men, he has such good footwork, like RSM.

Edited by kindof99 - 07/25/2018 at 11:49am
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For Yu Ziyang, not sure whether he can beat DO tomorrow. But he made it to the KO stage this time.
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Originally posted by piligrim piligrim wrote:

Originally posted by skip3119 skip3119 wrote:

Originally posted by skip3119 skip3119 wrote:

Great match:  Jang Woojin vs Yu Ziyang.
Worth to watch the replay, both players played very well.
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Granted, it's only a qualification match. But, it is a very good match.
Sure surprised at the outcome. (I watched it live.)

Before the match started, I thought that a particular player should win easily.
Darn, I was wrong. Still scratching my head.



Woojin overrated?



Flash in the pan

Edited by mykonos96 - 07/25/2018 at 3:29pm
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Deleted, due to incorrect estimate of the starting time of live streaming.

Edited by skip3119 - 07/25/2018 at 7:48pm
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It looks like the live streaming will start at 8 PM (US Eastern)
(Their time is 14 hours ahead of US Eastern.)
Actually 10 AM Thursday there, should be 8 PM Wednesday here. (I just made a mistake earlier.)

I think the following match will start at 1:40 AM Thursday (US Eastern), on table 2
Ovtcharov Dimitrij vs Yu Ziyang

Too late to watch it live, I'll watch the replay.


Edited by skip3119 - 07/25/2018 at 7:46pm
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Hi,

As an ITTF Platinum event, as with all the ITTF tour events, there are documented standards for lighting, included those tables designated for live streaming.  I'm curious what happened in this tournament, as between the pronounced shadows and the very uneven lighting, this level of presentation for the audience and the playing conditions for the players on the live streaming tables is far below what other tournaments have attained.

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Originally posted by DonnOlsen DonnOlsen wrote:

Hi,

As an ITTF Platinum event, as with all the ITTF tour events, there are documented standards for lighting, included those tables designated for live streaming.  I'm curious what happened in this tournament, as between the pronounced shadows and the very uneven lighting, this level of presentation for the audience and the playing conditions for the players on the live streaming tables is far below what other tournaments have attained.

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