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Originally posted by jackwong23 jackwong23 wrote:

Originally posted by VladCeller VladCeller wrote:


Originally posted by VladCeller VladCeller wrote:

Originally posted by VladCeller VladCeller wrote:

The women's team of Japan is
probably praying that they will not meet with PRK in the quarterfinals
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<span id="result_" lang="en"><span>Surprised that Miki Baba did not allow Miu Hirano to play in the subgroup ...</span></span>



<span id="result_" lang="en"><span>Japanese women are playing with Singapore today ...I hope they will win ...Smile
But in the semifinals, with the winner of the match TPE-DPR ..

This is serious ....Disapprove
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Miki Baba has a serious problem ....
In fact, Kim Song I + Cha Hyo Sim vs. Ishikawa Kasumi and Ito Mima ...
Even if the first match, doubles, Japanese win (which I'm not sure) ...
I can not predict the outcome of the match ....
For Japan, at best 50 to 50 ....Perhaps the DPR chances to win the match a little more .....


your prediction was wrong, easy win for Japan


I'm just glad that I made a mistake ....Smile
And I'm happy for Hina Hyata ... She is struggling, gaining experience ...Smile
And in the forecasts I constantly make mistakes ....Embarrassed
Probably very old already, always waiting for the worst ....Embarrassed
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Originally posted by bbkon bbkon wrote:

Originally posted by zeio zeio wrote:

JNT Slayer revived.


I dont know how wct cant destroy any japanese so easily.. maybe jackwong23 is japanese LOL
you need to check wct 's old matches reseults. wct beat Jun Mizutani few times to gain his pts.
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Niwa(6) lost to JYS(102)...

Triple O, Niwa(6), WCT(7), Harimoto(11), yet

WCT > Niwa
WCT > Harimoto
JYS > Niwa
...
jackwong23 << Triple O

Edited by zeio - 02/24/2018 at 2:13pm
Viscaria FL - 91g
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Originally posted by zeio zeio wrote:

Niwa(6) lost to JYS(102)...

Triple O, Niwa(6), WCT(7), Harimoto(11), yet

WCT > Niwa
WCT > Harimoto
JYS > Niwa
...
jackwong23 << Triple O


You are a retart if you really believe in the
ittf ranking system.
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Originally posted by jackwong23 jackwong23 wrote:

Originally posted by zeio zeio wrote:

Niwa(6) lost to JYS(102)...

Triple O, Niwa(6), WCT(7), Harimoto(11), yet

WCT > Niwa
WCT > Harimoto
JYS > Niwa
...
jackwong23 << Triple O


You are a retart if you really believe in the
ittf ranking system.

I don't want get you banned, but I've inadvertently done so to pnachtwey and agentHEX, and they did the same thing as you just did.

Good luck.
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Originally posted by zeio zeio wrote:

Originally posted by jackwong23 jackwong23 wrote:

Originally posted by zeio zeio wrote:

Niwa(6) lost to JYS(102)...

Triple O, Niwa(6), WCT(7), Harimoto(11), yet

WCT > Niwa
WCT > Harimoto
JYS > Niwa
...
jackwong23 << Triple O


You are a retart if you really believe in the
ittf ranking system.

I don't want get you banned, but I've inadvertently done so to pnachtwey and agentHEX, and they did the same thing as you just did.

Good luck.





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No wonder the World Ranking is screwed up.

Edited by zeio - 02/24/2018 at 3:07pm
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What a final game for a team event. 
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jin ueda have very very very big balls - respect what a thrilling match to secure the final ticket
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Jeong was up 10:6 in the last set and still
lost. He had like 6, 7 match points.
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Originally posted by kindof99 kindof99 wrote:

What a final game for a team event. 

And I guessed it right, again.
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@zeio, you are always the man. We all know that.
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Nah, I missed the mark big time when it comes to Harimoto losing match after match because I'm such a retard for believing in the ITTF World Ranking.

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Jeong's odd backhand serves were a strange strategy, couldn't believe how many points he won with them.
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That serve seems to be a strategy of the Korean team. If I don't remember wrongly, Lee Sangsu also used it yesterday against Lebesson.
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Guess what will be the line  out for China and Japan in the final?

Same as usual, Harimoto and FZD be first single player? Will China let ML be the first single?
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Originally posted by kindof99 kindof99 wrote:

Guess what will be the line  out for China and Japan in the final?

Same as usual, Harimoto and FZD be first single player? Will China let ML be the first single?


how much time left to start the final?

Edited by bbkon - 02/25/2018 at 2:24am
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Originally posted by NextLevel NextLevel wrote:

WCT is overrated when he is not playing a Japanese player. Very important caveat.


Maharu and mizutani are actually leading wct in head to head. Wct and Niwa are level in head to head.

Yes, he seems to enjoy playing Japanese players more. This is probably due to the lack of power on their strokes which enabled him to counter tospin in mid court.

However, even against 2nd tier Europeans like Shiebaev, Karlson, Pitchford, Calderano, Freitas, Flore, Gauzy, he would lose most of the time. Hey, He even lost to a 17 year old American ranked 90 in the world.


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What's this blade ?!
Handles looks like Mizutani ZLC, but the logo is from another model...


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Liu Shiweng's serve
no tossing .... no tossing ...no tossing again.
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Originally posted by jackwong23 jackwong23 wrote:

Originally posted by NextLevel NextLevel wrote:

WCT is overrated when he is not playing a Japanese player. Very important caveat.


Maharu and mizutani are actually leading wct in head to head. Wct and Niwa are level in head to head.

Yes, he seems to enjoy playing Japanese players more. This is probably due to the lack of power on their strokes which enabled him to counter tospin in mid court.

However, even against 2nd tier Europeans like Shiebaev, Karlson, Pitchford, Calderano, Freitas, Flore, Gauzy, he would lose most of the time. Hey, He even lost to a 17 year old American ranked 90 in the world.
how is gauzy or Freitas second tier? Also I didn't know Brazil was in Europe. You might want to take a geography class.
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So....Embarrassed

London-2/2018
if we consider every victory - 300 points...
Including, if the couple won - each participant in a pair of 300 points, too ...

World Ranking 3/2018 - General List - Women.
(the calculation is approximate, errors are possible!)


..
3 -ISHIKAWA Kasumi    13830
4 -F.T.                           13520
5 -ITO Mima                  13155
6 -HIRANO Miu              12796
7 -WANG Manyu            11999
8 -CHENG I-Ching         11880
9- D.N                           11730
10-CHEN Xingtong        11712

11-HAYATA Hina            11475
1 -CHEN Szu-Yu            11175
  -DOO Hoi Kem            11039
  -LEE Ho Ching            10960
  -L.S.V.                        10865

Bearing in mind that L.S.V and D.N. declared in Qatar Open ...Perhaps two months later Chinese women from Taipei and Singapore will disappear from the top 10 .....
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Oh, ya. Someone wrote to ITTF and got a reply saying the doubles don't count in Team World Cup
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Originally posted by Tt Gold Tt Gold wrote:

Originally posted by jackwong23 jackwong23 wrote:

Originally posted by NextLevel NextLevel wrote:

WCT is overrated when he is not playing a Japanese player. Very important caveat.


Maharu and mizutani are actually leading wct in head to head. Wct and Niwa are level in head to head.

Yes, he seems to enjoy playing Japanese players more. This is probably due to the lack of power on their strokes which enabled him to counter tospin in mid court.

However, even against 2nd tier Europeans like Shiebaev, Karlson, Pitchford, Calderano, Freitas, Flore, Gauzy, he would lose most of the time. Hey, He even lost to a 17 year old American ranked 90 in the world.
how is gauzy or Freitas second tier? Also I didn't know Brazil was in Europe. You might want to take a geography class.


Timo and Dima are the best players in Europe right now, so they are first tier.

Freitas and Gauzy's level are below the 2 Germans and this make them 2nd tier players?

ability wise, there is nothing seperating Shiebaev, Karlson, Pitchford, Freitas, Flore, Gauzy.

Edited by jackwong23 - 02/25/2018 at 8:07am
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Originally posted by zeio zeio wrote:

Oh, ya. Someone wrote to ITTF and got a reply saying the doubles don't count in Team World Cup


Then, of course, the results will be completely different .... .At the beginning of my previous message, I specifically stipulated, if the results of victories in the pair go to the account of the world rating ...
If this is not so, then everything published is, of course, incorrect and does not make sense to recount ....Unhappy
It's easier to wait for the publication of a new rating list in a few days ...Embarrassed
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London-2/2018

If the results of pair games are not included in the rating, then it will be something like this ...

World Ranking 3/2018 - General List - Women.
(the calculation is approximate, errors are possible!)

..
3 -ISHIKAWA Kasumi    13830
4 -F.T.                           13220
5 -ITO Mima                  13005
6 -HIRANO Miu              12796
7 -WANG Manyu           11949
8 -CHENG I-Ching         11880
9 -CHEN Xingtong         11412
10-CHEN Szu-Yu           11175

11-DOO Hoi Kem           10959
12-HAYATA Hina            10935
13-D.N.                         10530
14-LEE Ho Ching          10549

  -L.S.V.                         9665
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FZD is going to play Harimoto. The first time the two will meet.
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Is the stream down for anyone else?

EDIT: NEVERMIND. After about 5 minutes of not working, it just came on.

EDIT: NEVERMIND. It's not on lol.

EDIT: And... it's on :)


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Originally posted by jackwong23 jackwong23 wrote:

Originally posted by Tt Gold Tt Gold wrote:

Originally posted by jackwong23 jackwong23 wrote:

Originally posted by NextLevel NextLevel wrote:

WCT is overrated when he is not playing a Japanese player. Very important caveat.


Maharu and mizutani are actually leading wct in head to head. Wct and Niwa are level in head to head.

Yes, he seems to enjoy playing Japanese players more. This is probably due to the lack of power on their strokes which enabled him to counter tospin in mid court.

However, even against 2nd tier Europeans like Shiebaev, Karlson, Pitchford, Calderano, Freitas, Flore, Gauzy, he would lose most of the time. Hey, He even lost to a 17 year old American ranked 90 in the world.
how is gauzy or Freitas second tier? Also I didn't know Brazil was in Europe. You might want to take a geography class.


Timo and Dima are the best players in Europe right now, so they are first tier.

Freitas and Gauzy's level are below the 2 Germans and this make them 2nd tier players?

ability wise, there is nothing seperating Shiebaev, Karlson, Pitchford, Freitas, Flore, Gauzy.
so samsonov is not even tier two? Also there can be more than two people in one range.
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Koki is in the zoom the second game!
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