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Replay (in case you missed it):  Crystal Wang (USA) vs Huang Fanzhen (CHN)
(Huang Fanzhen is one of the three players in China's team playing team event.)



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Originally posted by Tiggs_1 Tiggs_1 wrote:

Kanak will have a tough time getting past second round. He will probably play China's Yu Heyi who regularly plays against China's top players
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Thanks for the video.

Kanak Jha (#1 seed) has made tremendous improvement in the past year, he is in his best shape right now.
But to win this event is very difficult, he has to beat 3 Chinese players to win:

Round 16.
Semi Final.
Final.
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Nikhil Kumar (USA) will have no problem to get into the Main Draw. (facing an easy hurdle.)
Sharon Alguetti (USA), Jeremy Hazin (CAN) and Ivy Liao (CAN), all three players have one more hurdle to jump before getting into the Main Draw.
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Live Streaming.
Sharon Alguetti (USA), 10:30 PM US Eastern, Thursday night, Table-1
Jeremy Hazin (CAN), 11:15 PM US Eastern, Thursday night, Table-1
Other players, no live streaming.



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These unseeded North America players advance to the Main Draw:

Nikhil Kumar (USA), Sharon Alguetti (USA), Rachel Yang (USA), and Jeremy Hazin (CAN).
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All unseeded players were gone in the first round of the Main Draw. (R-32).
Two seeded players, Kanak Jha and Amy Wang, survived the R-32 (first round), and advanced to R-16.

Kanak Jha will face his first serious test:  Playing against Yu Heyi (CHN).  Table 1, shortly after Friday mid-night.
                                                            12:30 PM US Eastern. (or early Saturday morning 00:30 AM).


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A very interesting post earlier by Tiggs_1 is being reproduced below:

Kanak will have a tough time getting past second round. He will probably play China's Yu Heyi who regularly plays against China's top players

https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=yu+heyi

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How the #1 seed plays in the first round of the Main Draw.

Shi Xunyao (#1 seed, girls) playing in R-32
https://youtu.be/xetXqkNFn2M?t=2076 

Jha Kanak (#1 seed, boys) playing in R-32
https://youtu.be/xetXqkNFn2M?t=7151

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Live streaming just started.

But for Kanak Jha (USA) vs Yu Heyi (CHN), it will be many hours from now. Will be on table 1.
     (Shortly after Friday mid-night, 12:30 PM US Eastern or early Saturday morning 00:30 AM).
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Adriana Diaz has great difficulty playing against a chopper.
That chopper (Soma Yumeno) also has a deadly BH.
Table 1.
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After this match is over, the next match will be Jha Kanak (USA) vs Yu Heyi (CHN).


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Poor Kanak. Who's the one sitting in the bench?
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My jaws are on the floor after that point between Pletea and Yu. What a way to close that 3rd set.
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Pletea has the makings of a star.  Disciplined, aggressive counterlooping backhand. Very tough to get a ball past him
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Just wish his attitude was a bit better cause sometimes he acts like a brat
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Hi,

Pletea and Truls are the best male prospects outside Asia.  A dream match would be Pletea vs Truls.

There were many excellent matches we were not able to watch at this World Championships.  The configuration used was eight tables, however they only video displayed two.  I anticipated this tournament would allow us a better understanding of the top up-and-coming young champions, but it was not to be as we missed so very much.  I do not understand the ITTF standards here.  Where is the quality sense of marketing and promotion potential around the world via the recorded videos?

What a great opportunity it was to be able to get a snapshot of these future champions; an opportunity lost. 

I do not understand the ITTF standards here.

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Originally posted by DonnOlsen DonnOlsen wrote:

Hi,

Pletea and Truls are the best male prospects outside Asia.  A dream match would be Pletea vs Truls.

There were many excellent matches we were not able to watch at this World Championships.  The configuration used was eight tables, however they only video displayed two.  I anticipated this tournament would allow us a better understanding of the top up-and-coming young champions, but it was not to be as we missed so very much.  I do not understand the ITTF standards here.  Where is the quality sense of marketing and promotion potential around the world via the recorded videos?

What a great opportunity it was to be able to get a snapshot of these future champions; an opportunity lost. 

I do not understand the ITTF standards here.

Thanks,


I like Truls and Pletea, tooo. Always think they have more potential to develop into a top player than Harimoto.
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<font size="3" color="#0033ff">Hi,
<font size="3" color="#0033ff">
<font size="3" color="#0033ff">Pletea and Truls are the best male prospects outside Asia.  A dream match would be Pletea vs Truls.
<font size="3" color="#0033ff">
<font size="3" color="#0033ff">There were many excellent matches we were not able to watch at this World Championships.  The configuration used was eight tables, however they only video displayed two.  I anticipated this tournament would allow us a better understanding of the top up-and-coming young champions, but it was not to be as we missed so very much.  I do not understand the ITTF standards here.  Where is the quality sense of marketing and promotion potential around the world via the recorded videos?
<font size="3" color="#0033ff">
<font size="3" color="#0033ff">What a great opportunity it was to be able to get a snapshot of these future champions; an opportunity lost. 
<font size="3" color="#0033ff">
<font size="3" color="#0033ff">I do not understand the ITTF standards here.
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<font size="3" color="#0033ff">Thanks,


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Originally posted by zeio zeio wrote:

Poor Kanak. Who's the one sitting in the bench?
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Kanak Jha vs Yu Heyi was a disappointment.
Kanak won the first game, and was way ahead early in the 2nd game.
Some how, Kanak managed to lose that 2nd game.
From there, Kanak was going down the hill, and lost the match, 1-4.

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Originally posted by DonnOlsen DonnOlsen wrote:

<font size="3" color="#0033ff">Hi,
<font size="3" color="#0033ff">
<font size="3" color="#0033ff">Pletea and Truls are the best male prospects outside Asia.  A dream match would be Pletea vs Truls.
<font size="3" color="#0033ff">
<font size="3" color="#0033ff">There were many excellent matches we were not able to watch at this World Championships.  The configuration used was eight tables, however they only video displayed two.  I anticipated this tournament would allow us a better understanding of the top up-and-coming young champions, but it was not to be as we missed so very much.  I do not understand the ITTF standards here.  Where is the quality sense of marketing and promotion potential around the world via the recorded videos?
<font size="3" color="#0033ff">
<font size="3" color="#0033ff">What a great opportunity it was to be able to get a snapshot of these future champions; an opportunity lost. 
<font size="3" color="#0033ff">
<font size="3" color="#0033ff">I do not understand the ITTF standards here.
<font size="3" color="#0033ff">
<font size="3" color="#0033ff">Thanks,


They have played many times but not yet at senior level. I expect both to become top 20 players so they will play many times in the future.
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Originally posted by skip3119 skip3119 wrote:

Adriana Diaz has great difficulty playing against a chopper.
That chopper (Soma Yumeno) also has a deadly BH.
Table 1.
====================
In the semi-final, Shi Xunyao will play Soma Yumeno.
I think Soma is a worthy opponent to Shi.
Soma could give Shi a hard time.
However Shi is expected to win.
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Originally posted by skip3119 skip3119 wrote:

Originally posted by zeio zeio wrote:

Poor Kanak. Who's the one sitting in the bench?
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Kanak Jha vs Yu Heyi was a disappointment.
Kanak won the first game, and was way ahead early in the 2nd game.
Some how, Kanak managed to lose that 2nd game.
From there, Kanak was going down the hill, and lost the match, 1-4.


He choked, but his lack of power, especially on the forehand side, was exposed.
I like putting heavy topspin on the ball...
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Originally posted by NextLevel NextLevel wrote:

Originally posted by skip3119 skip3119 wrote:

Originally posted by zeio zeio wrote:

Poor Kanak. Who's the one sitting in the bench?
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Kanak Jha vs Yu Heyi was a disappointment.
Kanak won the first game, and was way ahead early in the 2nd game.
Some how, Kanak managed to lose that 2nd game.
From there, Kanak was going down the hill, and lost the match, 1-4.
He choked, but his lack of power, especially on the forehand side, was exposed.
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I watched it live.
After Kanak won the first game, then early in the 2nd game - Kanak was playing so well, I thought Kanak was going to beat Heyi pretty bad.  Instead, Kanak lost.

Thanks for the insightful thoughts.
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Did you watch Adriana Diaz vs Soma Yumeno?
Soma is a great chopper and with a deadly BH.
Soma is probably the only player who has a chance to beat Shi Xunyao.
But I wouldn't bet on it.

(Somehow, that video is no longer available for replay: Adriana Diaz vs Soma Yumeno.  ITTF official channel screwed up on that.)
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Originally posted by NextLevel NextLevel wrote:

Originally posted by skip3119 skip3119 wrote:

Originally posted by zeio zeio wrote:

Poor Kanak. Who's the one sitting in the bench?
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Kanak Jha vs Yu Heyi was a disappointment.
Kanak won the first game, and was way ahead early in the 2nd game.
Some how, Kanak managed to lose that 2nd game.
From there, Kanak was going down the hill, and lost the match, 1-4.


He choked, but his lack of power, especially on the forehand side, was exposed.
 
I agree Kanak lacks power and has gone pretty much as high as he will get unless he is able to either increase this or is able to play more off the bounce/close to the table style to rush his opponents.  

Why do you say he choked?  Is it because he led 5-1 in game 2 and lost that game?  That is not a big lead at all.  In game 1 Kanak was down early and won that game by a comfortable score.  Did the Chinese player choke that game?

I watched the game live but did not get sense that Kanak choked.  Kanak pretty much kept playing the same way throughout the match and became increasing inconsistent (due to his opponents power and placement) in staying in the rallies after the early lead in game 2.
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Originally posted by NoFootwork NoFootwork wrote:

Originally posted by NextLevel NextLevel wrote:

Originally posted by skip3119 skip3119 wrote:

Originally posted by zeio zeio wrote:

Poor Kanak. Who's the one sitting in the bench?
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Kanak Jha vs Yu Heyi was a disappointment.
Kanak won the first game, and was way ahead early in the 2nd game.
Some how, Kanak managed to lose that 2nd game.
From there, Kanak was going down the hill, and lost the match, 1-4.


He choked, but his lack of power, especially on the forehand side, was exposed.
 
I agree Kanak lacks power and has gone pretty much as high as he will get unless he is able to either increase this or is able to play more off the bounce/close to the table style to rush his opponents.  

Why do you say he choked?  Is it because he led 5-1 in game 2 and lost that game?  That is not a big lead at all.  In game 1 Kanak was down early and won that game by a comfortable score.  Did the Chinese player choke that game?

I watched the game live but did not get sense that Kanak choked.  Kanak pretty much kept playing the same way throughout the match and became increasing inconsistent (due to his opponents power and placement) in staying in the rallies after the early lead in game 2.

The second game he had a 6-1 lead and it became 7-7.  If you watch the flow, everything just became loose.  He was required to stay in the rally and he just couldn't serve or return serve to do so.  The increasing inconsistency was due to the opponent realizing that Kanak could not threaten him.   This would not have been the case had he won that second game, which he really could have won.  After that, Kanak raised his level of risk and that pretty much tanked the match.
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Originally posted by skip3119 skip3119 wrote:

Originally posted by NextLevel NextLevel wrote:

Originally posted by skip3119 skip3119 wrote:

Originally posted by zeio zeio wrote:

Poor Kanak. Who's the one sitting in the bench?
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Kanak Jha vs Yu Heyi was a disappointment.
Kanak won the first game, and was way ahead early in the 2nd game.
Some how, Kanak managed to lose that 2nd game.
From there, Kanak was going down the hill, and lost the match, 1-4.
He choked, but his lack of power, especially on the forehand side, was exposed.
=================
I watched it live.
After Kanak won the first game, then early in the 2nd game - Kanak was playing so well, I thought Kanak was going to beat Heyi pretty bad.  Instead, Kanak lost.

Thanks for the insightful thoughts.
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Did you watch Adriana Diaz vs Soma Yumeno?
Soma is a great chopper and with a deadly BH.
Soma is probably the only player who has a chance to beat Shi Xunyao.
But I wouldn't bet on it.

(Somehow, that video is no longer available for replay: Adriana Diaz vs Soma Yumeno.  ITTF official channel screwed up on that.)

Yes, I watched that match.  Soma was so consistent, it was amazing.  Definitely a threat to beat anyone who doesn't have the precision of placement and power to play through her.
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Anyone found the match between Kanak and Yu Heyi on youtube? I couldn't find it.
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Originally posted by pipboy76 pipboy76 wrote:

Anyone found the match between Kanak and Yu Heyi on youtube? I couldn't find it.

Oh, no, it's not on youtube.  Probably won't be.  Part of the beauty of the video dimension of this tournament is that not only did they only stream two of the eight tables, the replay provided was just a subset of the matches on the two tables.

I know what some are thinking about my thoughts when I use the phase "ITTF Standards," as in wondering what idiot would pose such an inquiry as that.  I confess.
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Originally posted by DonnOlsen DonnOlsen wrote:

Originally posted by pipboy76 pipboy76 wrote:

Anyone found the match between Kanak and Yu Heyi on youtube? I couldn't find it.


<font size="3" color="#0033ff">Oh, no, it's not on youtube.  Probably won't be.  Part of the beauty of the video dimension of this tournament is that not only did they only stream two of the eight tables, the replay provided was just a subset of the matches on the two tables.
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<font size="3" color="#0033ff">I know what some are thinking about my thoughts when I use the phase "ITTF Standards," as in wondering what idiot would pose such an inquiry as that.  I confess.


I am 95% sure it is on youtube, just look at the link I posted it is at an earlier point in the livestream. I will find it if I get a chance.
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Originally posted by NextLevel NextLevel wrote:

I am 95% sure it is on youtube, just look at the link I posted it is at an earlier point in the livestream. I will find it if I get a chance.
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The match of Kanak Jha vs Yu Heyi should be in "Table 1, Day 7 Afternoon". See link below.
But it is not, ITTF screwed up somewhere.
(Adriana Diaz vs Soma Yumeno should be in that link too, but it is not.)

Something is amiss.



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Coming up (table 1):  Shi Xunyao vs Soma Yumeno.

If any player in this tourney can give Shi problems, it will be Soma.
Soma is a great chopper with a deadly BH.

But I think Shi will win this match and this tournament.
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