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    Posted: 01/14/2019 at 6:10am
I've just red the astonishing story of Jimmy Buttler.
He won the U.S. National Table Tennis Championship in 2014 ,21 years after his previous win!
At 44 years old, after 15 years away from the game (severe muscle problems), he had again become the best table tennis player in the United States, having  won the U.S. men’s singles championship, in 2014.
Amazing story.

Is he stil playing? Any news from USA?



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Well done by him! But i think the story is kind of sad too. That he can win at that age with 15 years away from the game because of injuries is really sad and not good PR for American tabletennis i think. 

He has a nice backhand punch i think and seems to have good feeling but i do not think he seems to be so good, maybe he was the first time he won. But that he can win 2014 just show how terrible low the level of tabletennis is in United States. I would proably play a close game with him and would have good chances at winning and i barely play anymore since i do mostly part time coaching and i was not so successfull as a player either. 

I thought the level was much higher nowadays since there seem to be alot of asian coches living in the United States. Hopefully the level is much higher now. 

Regardless of the level in the US i do think it is really impressive by him to be able to come back and play so well after so many years without playing because of injuries. 
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I don’t remember who play in US open 2014. But it’s fair to say that to win any US Open, you would need to be good enough to beat any top 100 WR fairly easy.
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Top 100 wr would have a very good chance of winning the us open. The USA isn't a very strong county at a pro level
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To put my comment into perspective Eugene Wang the recent winner has a wr of 178. He was previously 58 a few years ago mind
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No you don’t have a good chance if you barely make the top 100. EW. when he actively plays, is in the middle of the top 100.
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Is thought US Open and US Nationals was to different tournaments? feel that US Open would be harder to win. 

I do not think Butler is or ever was very close to top 100 in the world, but maybe im wrong. But i would agree that you proably need to be a pretty high level to win US Open. Maybe the competition was not so good when Butler won. I also think Eugene Wang seems to be a much better player. 

i do not want to talk negative about Butler, i think he is a pretty good player but i do not think he should win the US Nationals when he is so old, havent played in ages and seem to have problems with injuries. I also do not talk negative about tabletennis in the US, but it is something seriously wrong when he can win. It would be more okay if he won in his prime. 
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Lula, 

That no-good Der_Echte from TTD sez you might be a tiny bit wrong on this one. (about Butler's former WR)

The same guy sez he agrees with your position that it is not very favorable for a TT nation to have such older players completely dominate the national TT championship.

This has been the case for many years in USA.

Still,, there are examples in Europe where this is so... and Der_Echte agrees with you.

Look at Belgium, Slovenia, Croatia, and your OWN COUNTRY for such examples...


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Khanak Jha, who play(s) (ed) professionally in Sweden, is WR 50ish and didn't make it to the finals this year. That might say something.

There are also MANY ex-pros retired from international comps, who may have beards so long they touch the floor, who if they choose to compete again, would defeat WR20 players.

Joo Se Hyuk is one of that class, even without the beard. Dude would crush any of those players in US Open.

Ditto for CWX if he payed in this one.
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yeah, i am not saying im correct! Everyone should have their own opinon. 

What was his best ranking? I still find it difficult to see him being in the top 100 but i might be wrong. But Dan semiller have been ranked pretty high? and i have also trouble seeing that. It is hard to judge fairly when you only see them on video. Butler do not look special, but i can imagine he was very safe in his prime. It looks like Semiller learned to play tabletennis in a garage or something but he was proably very nasty with that anti. 

I think all players that are not asian often start to play a little later so many peak after they are 30 years of age. So you are proably correct about that.

But i think it is hard to compare Waldner and Persson to Butler, because ther are proably some of the best players ever and did not have a break for several years. 

I understand that you could be older and still be pretty good, but still this guy if it is true did not play for over 15 years and seemed to have alot of problems with injuries. And he wins it!  I also not think he seemed to be that good nowdays, but it is hard judge watching videos only. Again, i do not consider Butler to be bad but i think there should be other better players in the US. 

It is good that the level seems to be higher this year! who won this year?  I think it should be higher level since alot of good asian coaches seems to move to the US so they would be able to develop good players. I also think that if these guys would compete themselves the level would be alot higher. 

I have understood that the tabletennis culture in the US is not very large, so it may not be so many organized practice groups with good coaches. I find it interesting how some Americans still become pretty good and have pretty good technique. Lika Dubina, Semiller, Butler, Khanak and proably other that i do not know of. Did they were lucky to have a good coach? or did they went to europe or asia? Or are they proof that you still can become very good depsite not having so good opportunities? 

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i think it was the nationals that he won .not the open
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No one here so far knows who Jim Butler is??? Okay, here's the rundown. 
  • 4-time U.S. Men's Singles Champion (1990, 1992, 1993, 2014) - at the Nationals, not the Open.
  • Former world #70
  • Rated in low 2700s for many years
  • Member of USATT Hall of Fame
  • Defeated reigning World Men's Singles Champion Jan-Ove Waldner in a league match in Sweden
  • Circa 2010-2015 he played hardbat on the side, and became the top U.S. hardbat player.
When he won in 2014, it was before the rise of players like Kanak Jha and Yijun Feng, and at a time when the USA Men's Team was rather weak, even compared to today. It was still an amazing feat. 

At his peak, Jim had a great backhand smash, great blocking, great serves, and great ball control/touch/consistency - and probably did these specific things better than any current USA player. He could also fish down the best. He didn't really develop his backhand loop until relatively late in his career, when it became a pretty strong against pushes. He was weaker on the forehand side, but "2600" weak. He is also just a touch under 6'5" tall. 
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Sounds like Lula is correct, it was an amazing personal story for Butler but not a good advertisement for US TT. I think Kanahk Jha would prevent any similar story happening in the near future though. And there is a lot more potential kids coming through the US system. It was a lull in talent for them.
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the tournament jimmy butler won is the US nationals, probably only for USA citizens.
US open is where they have all the foreign players, like rosskopf, fang bo, chen weixing, eugene wang, etc.
they are different tournaments.

kanak jha should be able to destroy jimmy butler today, and he (kanak) doesn't even play 1st bundesliga.
even when USA plays torunaments as a team like the panamerican games, I've never seen jimmy butler in one of those.
so I'm not sure he's seen as the best of USA.

he did play with waldner though!!!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TJ-7snNTYeM


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I seem to recall Waldner was Swedish national champion at age 45.  What does that say about Swedish table tennis?  

The correct answer in my opinion is that Waldner is insanely talented and happened to be the best player that day in the competition.  Jimmy Butler was an incredible player, ranked 70th in the world when the rankings were a lot more accurate, who was sidelined by injuries for a long time.  I think he was also North American champion in his mid 40s as well. 

Older athletes are performing quite well these days.  Tom Brady, Kim Collins, lots of marathon runners from Kenya and Ethiopia, Vlady and some guy named Timo something or other to name a few.  He Zhiwen is also playing quite well at 56.  Just because an older athlete is successful, doesn't mean the other players are bad or an association is weak, it just means that athlete is just that good.     
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Also for those of you who don't know who Dan Seemiller is:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Danny_Seemiller

Super nice guy, very smart and awesome player.  If you don't want to read the link he was #19 in the world at one time. 
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That is not good for swedish tabletennis either. I am not saying that you can not be good at an older age or that Butler were not very good in his prime. I still think some of you are missing that he was pretty old, had a break for 15 years and had proably alot of problem with his body since it seem like he stopped playing due to injuries. But if he played hard bat Maybe that could be considered practicing tabletennis.

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Originally posted by Lula Lula wrote:

That is not good for swedish tabletennis either. I am not saying that you can not be good at an older age or that Butler were not very good in his prime. I still think some of you are missing that he was pretty old, had a break for 15 years and had proably alot of problem with his body since it seem like he stopped playing due to injuries. But if he played hard bat Maybe that could be considered practicing tabletennis.


IIRC, similar discussion happened right after he won the Nationals with the same points of view expressed then: on one hand a great achievement for an older athlete, but on the other hand a sign that current crop of younger players are not that good yet.  Both are right, I think.
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The topic is very misleading.  I clicked because I thought you were talking about the NBA star Jimmy Butler.  CLICKBAIT!
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Originally posted by Lightspin Lightspin wrote:

I seem to recall Waldner was Swedish national champion at age 45.  What does that say about Swedish table tennis?  

The correct answer in my opinion is that Waldner is insanely talented and happened to be the best player that day in the competition.  Jimmy Butler was an incredible player, ranked 70th in the world when the rankings were a lot more accurate, who was sidelined by injuries for a long time.  I think he was also North American champion in his mid 40s as well. 

Older athletes are performing quite well these days.  Tom Brady, Kim Collins, lots of marathon runners from Kenya and Ethiopia, Vlady and some guy named Timo something or other to name a few.  He Zhiwen is also playing quite well at 56.  Just because an older athlete is successful, doesn't mean the other players are bad or an association is weak, it just means that athlete is just that good.     

not a fair comparison.
waldner is seen as one of the greatest players in history.
butler, did he ever participate in olympic games? world championships?
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Originally posted by Lightspin Lightspin wrote:

Also for those of you who don't know who Dan Seemiller is:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Danny_Seemiller

Super nice guy, very smart and awesome player.  If you don't want to read the link he was #19 in the world at one time. 

I find it very impressive that he could become so good with such a strange technique. Shows that you do not need to have perfect technique. 

Was he number 19 in the world before or after you had to have two colors on the racket? 
It must have been very difficult to play against him when he was allowed to have two red rubbers. He is and was a good player but i doubt he would have reached the same success with rubbers with two colors. But maybe he kept on playing well even with two colors, but it must have been alot more difficult for him i think. 

I used to had a coach that played successfully at a very high level before with anti and two red rubbers, but he had a hard time when the two color rule came. 
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https://www.teamusa.org/usa-table-tennis/athletes/Jimmy-Butler

https://www.teamusa.org/USA-Table-Tennis/History/Hall-of-Fame/Profiles/Jim-Butler

In the Olympics in 1992 and 1996.  Played in the world championships numerous times.  Led the USA to a bronze in the World Team Cup in 1995. 
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Originally posted by pingpungpeng pingpungpeng wrote:

Originally posted by Lightspin Lightspin wrote:

I seem to recall Waldner was Swedish national champion at age 45.  What does that say about Swedish table tennis?  

The correct answer in my opinion is that Waldner is insanely talented and happened to be the best player that day in the competition.  Jimmy Butler was an incredible player, ranked 70th in the world when the rankings were a lot more accurate, who was sidelined by injuries for a long time.  I think he was also North American champion in his mid 40s as well. 

Older athletes are performing quite well these days.  Tom Brady, Kim Collins, lots of marathon runners from Kenya and Ethiopia, Vlady and some guy named Timo something or other to name a few.  He Zhiwen is also playing quite well at 56.  Just because an older athlete is successful, doesn't mean the other players are bad or an association is weak, it just means that athlete is just that good.     

not a fair comparison.
waldner is seen as one of the greatest players in history.
butler, did he ever participate in olympic games? world championships?
A big yes to both. Jim Butler was on the U.S. Olympic Team in 1992 and 1996, and was on the USA Team at the Worlds throughout the 1990s. He was also on the U.S. Men's Team (Butler, Cheng Yinghua, David Zhuang) that shocked the world by making it to the semifinals at the 1995 World Team Cup. Jim was named the tournament MVP, though that was controversial as Cheng actually had a slightly better record (including a win over world #1 Waldner), and many thought they should have been co-MVPs. But they both knocked off a whole series of top world-class players, as did Zhuang. 
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Okey! That was impressive! 

I think he would look better when he used to be so good, but then again he had a break for 15 years. And maybe he do not play so fancy with crazy hard loops and stuff so it do not look so impressive. He seems to be very safe and i do like his backhand punch. I think waldner was pretty good at the backhand punch to be i feel it is a little forgotten in todays tabletennis so it is nice to see that Butler use is so effective. I think it would be a pretty good shot with the new ball. 

I have nothing personal against Butler, so i hope he do not get offended if he see this thread Smile I saw a short interview and he seems to be a nice guy. 

Anyone know what he did during the 15 years break? still in tabletennis as a coach or not at all in the tabletennis world? 
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Yeah he is amazing for doing it, and i'm glad that its such a great event for him, never doubting that.
But when I talk about USA top pro level I only mean current. Not past. 

Butler was awesome ITTF 70 is better than i'd ever have a chance at even if i played only tt 8 hours a day for the rest of my life, but he isn't that guy now.
I also agree that Kanak should be a good shout against all but maybe saying that top 100wr would be beaten easy might be a bit wrong. I'd have Drinkhall above kanak currently (biased though) and he is 110 and definitely beat butler.
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Butler still has a very good game.  He beat Jishan Liang (~2630) at a prelim event at the Cary Cup here in Morrisville last March, 9, 4, 10.  Was a joy to see him play.
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Lula, you should have a trawl through the Swedish League records and tell us how well Butler did as a player.
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Originally posted by mhnh007 mhnh007 wrote:

No you don’t have a good chance if you barely make the top 100. EW. when he actively plays, is in the middle of the top 100.
This is a slightly exaggerated statement about EW...


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One thing that does not get mentioned about Jim Butler is how sound he is both in terms of tactics and strategy.  Compared to many modern day players he has a comparatively limited tool set, but what tools he has/had he always used exceedingly well.  I first saw him play in mid-90s when he was around his peak and one thing that was really impressive was that he got to use that crazy backhand of his a lot.  Everyone knew to avoid it like the plague, but he always structured the game to fit his strengths.

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Okay, did not know that! Tabletennis is not so important! Good that he seems to feel better! and good that he can enjoy tabletennis again. 
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