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    Posted: 04/11/2010 at 11:50pm
starts this tuesday, april 15, at 7:30 pm, beijing time or 1:30 pm CET or 7:30 am ET.   it's a 2-day event, tuesday and thursday, starting at the same time on both days.  and CCTV5 will carry it live.

representing asia this time around will be: wang liqin (yay!!), joo se hyuk, mizutani jun, cheung yuk and yang zi.

and the european team will be: samsonov, maze, ovtcharov, schlager and persson.

go here to see the matchups: http://www.ettu.org/public/Image/Beijing_match_order2.pdf

enjoy!!

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Jonan Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 04/11/2010 at 11:55pm
Well this should be more interesting. Kinda funny though "Allstars" from Asia not including the current top ranked player in the world, reigning world champion, or reigning olympic champion...but hey, it'll be more competitive.

Looks like pretty good matchups all around though.
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I see Europe team has a good chance to win.
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whos choose the player?

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yea can watch wang liqin winning again!!!!
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Originally posted by ErikaT ErikaT wrote:

yea can watch wang liqin winning again!!!!

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Intresting matches, does somebody already knows what the matches will be in Belgium, Mons? (12-13 october)
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Joo joins ! woohoo ! Joo vs Schlager would be interesting but I would rather watch Joo vs Maze than Joo vs Persson -.-
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Let's see what form Vladi is in... he hasn't played a tournament in a long time now. Although this is again an exhibition match, so I am not sure if we can look at it and properly judge their forms before Moscow.
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Originally posted by JimT JimT wrote:

Let's see what form Vladi is in... he hasn't played a tournament in a long time now.


Is two weeks a long time? (Volkswagen Cup, lost in 7 to Mizutani)

He's also been playing in the ETTU Cup with the Orenburg club (currently in semifinals).
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wow!!  that's right!!  evidently, like jim, i completely forgot.  i wonder why??

it's like samsonov has become totally irrelevant, despite the fact that he's a top-10 player.
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Originally posted by amateur amateur wrote:

Originally posted by JimT JimT wrote:

Let's see what form Vladi is in... he hasn't played a tournament in a long time now.


Is two weeks a long time? (Volkswagen Cup, lost in 7 to Mizutani)

He's also been playing in the ETTU Cup with the Orenburg club (currently in semifinals).


No I meant a ProTour or similar event. I was unclear there... Cry
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Originally posted by takaaki takaaki wrote:

wow!!  that's right!!  evidently, like jim, i completely forgot.  i wonder why??

it's like samsonov has become totally irrelevant, despite the fact that he's a top-10 player.


I wouldn't be surprised if he changed his rubbers again, and then decided to wait until Moscow... not to mention he played a few matches in Russian Superleague, in Euro club matches, but I think he is biding his time till Moscow, trying to time his peak form for that. Perhaps after WTTC he will start playing ProTour again
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Originally posted by JimT JimT wrote:

I wouldn't be surprised if he changed his rubbers again, and then decided to wait until Moscow... not to mention he played a few matches in Russian Superleague, in Euro club matches, but I think he is biding his time till Moscow, trying to time his peak form for that. Perhaps after WTTC he will start playing ProTour again


Hopefully he's spending most of his time coaching his team mates since it's a team competition. They would probably make it further if he focused on that rather than him adjusting to a new rubber.
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cheung yuk vs otcharov = 0-3
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Wang Ligin vs. Michael Maze is on cctv5 right now. Wang just won the first set 11-9.
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anywhere you can follow Wang Ligin Maze, beside television??
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any scores please
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2-2 wlq and maze
maze got match point, but wlq managed to equalize it
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m maze vs WLQ = 3-2 (12-10 last set)
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Michael won, he was better in my opinion.
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Great win for Maze :-) 3-2
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maze initiated to attack with his bh flick a lot against WLQ short serve

maze deserved to win .....
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Samsonov beat Mizutani 3-2.
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Wang Lq played quite poor..too many unforced errors
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videos of Maze - Wang would be great :)
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Originally posted by david93 david93 wrote:

Wang Lq played quite poor..too many unforced errors


i'm not so sure about that.  i think maze played him really smart today.  he forced wlq to hit a lot of backhands and then he hooked his forehand out wide to wlq's backhand which he had a problem with.

i wonder--is this the 1st time he's beaten him??  cuz on the few occasions i've seen maze play him, it's been an easy win for wlq.
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Its probably the first time Maze beat Liqin, but, Liqin is a shadow of himself compared to a few years ago and he doesnt step around to his forehand as quick or as often as he used to. Good win nontheless.
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Originally posted by takaaki takaaki wrote:


Originally posted by david93 david93 wrote:

Wang Lq played quite poor..too many unforced errors
i'm not so sure about that. i think maze played him really smart today. he forced wlq to hit a lot of backhands and then he hooked his forehand out wide to wlq's backhand which he had a problem with.i wonder--is this the 1st time he's beaten him?? cuz on the few occasions i've seen maze play him, it's been an easy win for wlq.


Of course Maze didn't play bad, he had a good tactic...
But you won't say that a WLQ in average shape would have lost against Maze playing like this?!
Maze definitely didn't play the best match of his life...
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