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Originally posted by VladCeller VladCeller wrote:


.....Only 3 players have ever won 3 titles and Ito is the 1st one to do it twice in a row. (zeio)

<span ="tlid-translation translation"><span title="" =""> Is it possible to clarify ....</span></span>
<span ="tlid-translation translation"><span title="" ="">Does it mean triple crowns for some year?</span></span>
<span ="tlid-translation translation"><span title="" =""><span ="tlid-translation translation"><span title="" ="">From what year XD play?</span></span></span></span>
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Triple crowns - XD, WD and WS.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote DonnOlsen Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 2 hours 19 minutes ago at 8:41am
Originally posted by kindof99 kindof99 wrote:

Oshima just beat Harimoto 4:3

Hi,

Today, January of 2019, Harimoto is an outstanding player.  The next Olympics is 2020, a short time away.  I do not think there is enough time for him to develop in all the facets of the game sufficiently to win the 2020 Olympics Men's singles crown.  

His Olympics are 2024 and 2028.  That said, he is a contender, among many, in 2020 for an individual medal. [A team medal is a lock.]

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.....Only 3 players have ever won 3 titles and Ito is the 1st one to do it twice in a row. (zeio)

 Is it possible to clarify ....
Does it mean triple crowns for some year?
From what year XD play?

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Still using Moristo SP.

http://www.nittaku.com/topics/detail.php?id=1250

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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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Sorry, I do not know....
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Originally posted by VladCeller VladCeller wrote:


Only 3 players have ever won 3 titles and Ito is the 1st one to do it twice in a row. (zeio)



Is she using the new moristo?
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Only 3 players have ever won 3 titles and Ito is the 1st one to do it twice in a row. (zeio)


Edited by VladCeller - Yesterday at 1:57am
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Ito-Kihara 4-1
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Oshima Vs Harimoto


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Oshima was playing out of his mind and could have closed it in the 5th but let Harimoto back into it. Gutsy finish though
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Originally posted by kindof99 kindof99 wrote:

Oshima just beat Harimoto 4:3

some morons would say Harimoto is overrated.LOL

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Oshima just beat Harimoto 4:3
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Originally posted by KiwiPong KiwiPong wrote:

I tried NHK but could not find any live stream on the website though :<
p.s thanks for posting the results :)


You would need to have access to the NHK BS1 and Eテレ channels, which means you need to be in Japan, or pay for some sort of subscription service to watch the livestream.


Edited by shinchan1506217 - 01/19/2019 at 11:06pm
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Men's semi:

harimoto Vs Oshima

Mizutani  Vs Uda

Not sure who are going to advance yet.
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WF is Mima Ito vs Miyuu Kihara Shocked
Aurora ST: Rhyzm / Talent OX
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It looks like that Harimoto won the mens double title.
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WOMEN’S SINGLESSF1234567
伊藤 美誠(Ito, Mima) - Winner411111111---
早田 ひな(Hayata, Hina)07979
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Originally posted by VladCeller VladCeller wrote:

WD -  Ito/Hayata vs. Sato/Hashimoto 3:0
(11/5,11/6,14/12)

Final - Ito/Hayata vs.  Shibata Saki/Odo Satsuki.....

11/3-11/9-12/14-11/6






What about men singles?
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I tried NHK but could not find any live stream on the website though :<
p.s thanks for posting the results :)
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WD -  Ito/Hayata vs. Sato/Hashimoto 3:0
(11/5,11/6,14/12)

Final - Ito/Hayata vs.  Shibata Saki/Odo Satsuki.....

11/3-11/9-12/14-11/6



Edited by VladCeller - 01/19/2019 at 2:47am
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Hayata-Shibata 4:0 !
11-4/11-8/11-8/11-7

SF-1 - Ito - Hayata !

KIHARA Miyuu - SATO Hitomi 4:3 !

SF-2 - MORI Sakura - KIHARA Miyuu
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SF and F matches will not be livestreamed by labolive (jtta). I believe NHK is the best way to live stream those matches.
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Ito - Ando Minami 4:1
Hayata - Shibata 4:0

SF-1 20/1  Ito - Hayata

SF-2 Mori Sakura -
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For some reasons the video links stopped working....:<
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They still have Women's and Men's Doubles today(Day 6)

http://live.jtta.or.jp/timetable/6

Use Google Chrome and there is a translator to view in English which might help get around
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They are at the (at least) QF if not SF I believe. The doubles are concluded.
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It is quite confusing to use day 1 to day 5. Why not january 16.... Who knows what day are they playing now? 
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Round of 8 (7th round):
Harimoto v Yoshimura M.
Oshima v Tazoe H.
Machi v Kizukuri
Niwa v Mizutani


Edited by shinchan1506217 - 01/18/2019 at 2:29pm
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Originally posted by zeio zeio wrote:

Live streaming for all 22 tables on JTTA site @ http://live.jtta.or.jp/

Day 1 starts at 10:00, Japan Standard Time.
Day 2, 3, 4 start at 08:30.
Day 5, 6, 7 start at 09:00.

Main draw for:
XD starts on Day 1, at 16:50
Ito/Morizono, 5201
Yoshimura/Ishikawa, 5217

WD starts on Day 4, at 14:00
Ito/Hayata, 4401
Ishikawa/Hirano, 4407
Sato/Hashimoto, 4408

MD starts on Day 4, at 14:35
Mizutani/Oshima, 3401
Harimoto/Kizukuri, 3406

WS starts on Day 4, at 15:10
Ito, 2401
Maeda, 2404
Hashimoto, 2405
Ando, 2408
Shibata, 2412
Hayata, 2413
Ishikawa, 2416
Kato M, 2420
Nagazaki, 2421
Mori, 2424
Sato, 2425
Hirano, 2432

MS starts on Day 4, at 16:50
Harimoto, 1401
Yoshimura M, 1406
Oshima, 1409
Hirano Y, 1411
Morizono M, 1416
Matsudaira KT, 1417
Togami, 1422
Kizukuri, 1423
Matsudaira KJ, 1424
Niwa, 1427
Ueda, 1430
Mizutani, 1432

Yukiya Uda will start on Day 3, at 14:45, 1214.


Where s the results of. MS?
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