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    Posted: 02/09/2011 at 7:50am
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Looks like an all chinese tournament, but there is hope for the Europeans: Timo Boll also plays.
Wang Liqin will defend the title, Zhang jike is Runner-up.
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i LOVE these video threads....make watching the entire tournament highlights quite enjoyable

however....personal pet peeve....when people spoil the ending by saying stuff like

"wow...wang liqin takes it"

or

"timo boll 11-5 in the 5th...amazing game"

SPOILER ALERT!!!!!! lol
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote beeray1 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 02/09/2011 at 4:30pm
yeah I'd agree. Lets keep the spoilers out of the video thread.
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Well, probably the strongest tournament of this year apart from the WC, and surely stronger then next Olympics LOL. I think that Timo Boll and the rest of Chinese have pretty well chances to win this because Chen Qi isn't present.
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This tournament is better than any Olympics game. What's the point of having tt in Olympics? 
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looks like former world junior champion LI HU is the latest chinese addition to the singapore nat'l team.

this is his 1st pro tour event since he lost his rating/ranking back in '05...  love that FH hook loop kill...
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First videos...

Alexey LIVENTSOV vs Li Hu
http://www.megaupload.com/?d=FU8SAR31

Alexey LIVENTSOV vs Tomas KONECNY
http://www.megaupload.com/?d=ZFWGQSGK

Kirill SKACHKOV vs Philipp FLORITZ
http://www.megaupload.com/?d=232174ZB

Thomas KEINATH vs Mikhail PAYKOV
http://www.megaupload.com/?d=WA2C0W22

Tomas KONECNY vs LI Hu
http://www.megaupload.com/?d=EZCRYD7P

ZHANG Rui vs Yana NOSKOVA
http://www.megaupload.com/?d=X4CQOOMO
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Any YouTube videos???
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Zhang Rui to play Lee Eun Hee! When was the last time we saw two penholders go at it? I hope some one records it.
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The matches with Li Hu should be very interesting. Singapore recently attracted around five or six new players from China. Li Hu (22) and Zhan Jian (28) are the two most promising players. Both were former national team members and won junior championships. The other new players are all under 20 and some are as young as 15. 
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Originally posted by opinari opinari wrote:

The matches with Li Hu should be very interesting. Singapore recently attracted around five or six new players from China. Li Hu (22) and Zhan Jian (28) are the two most promising players. Both were former national team members and won junior championships. The other new players are all under 20 and some are as young as 15. 
I watched Li Hu's matches today, he is pretty far away from prime time. Maybe it is just qualification, but the power, intensity and skill level are simply not there...compared with top 20 of course. Let's see if he will surprise in the next round, I highly doubt it.
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Originally posted by jdzhao jdzhao wrote:

Originally posted by opinari opinari wrote:

The matches with Li Hu should be very interesting. Singapore recently attracted around five or six new players from China. Li Hu (22) and Zhan Jian (28) are the two most promising players. Both were former national team members and won junior championships. The other new players are all under 20 and some are as young as 15. 
I watched Li Hu's matches today, he is pretty far away from prime time. Maybe it is just qualification, but the power, intensity and skill level are simply not there...compared with top 20 of course. Let's see if he will surprise in the next round, I highly doubt it.
  how come li hu is gonna play his 100% if he is longer exposed to the very best players and coaches  in china
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jeez, watching Thomas Keinath makes me want to laugh, he's so stiff. Sometimes I am amazed how some playing styles can look so ugly))))
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So sad and pathetic that Jang Song Man got knocked out in the groups...he's supposed to be like a top 30 player, makes me lose faith in short pips chopping...
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Originally posted by Leatherback Leatherback wrote:

i LOVE these video threads....make watching the entire tournament highlights quite enjoyable

however....personal pet peeve....when people spoil the ending by saying stuff like

"wow...wang liqin takes it"

or

"timo boll 11-5 in the 5th...amazing game"

SPOILER ALERT!!!!!! lol
 
 
its shows timo 's back's hurting again   (oh no my hero is losing but i cant take it..)
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did the ITTF server or feed crash on anyone else a few mins ago during Boll's 3 game?
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its back................less a game and a half. 

Hope it was not interrupted for later playback.
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Please, is it possible to see live games on itTV for free ??
I cant find it !i??
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marcos....      ITTF VID PAGE HERE 

At the top of the page just click on  MAIN      then on the left click the LIVE.  Wink

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WLQ's draw is very unfortunate.. he will have to go trough XX (Round of 16), WH (Quarter), and Ma Long (Semi), only to get to the final. Where other favourites like Ma Lin, Zhang Jike, or Timo Boll will wait.. Personally IMO, WLQ will last until the quarter final. Though I do hope he hits form to win it.
Interesting also to see that Ma Lin can meet Timo in the quarter. If that happens, we'll see whether Ma's lost at their recent match is a fluke.. Wink
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wow... Chuang lost, and Suss lost to Kuzmin (unexpected for me, really), and Gardos was just demolished 4-0 by Chan Kazuhiro.

Too bad Zhan Jian had to play Mizutani in the very first round - that must have been quite a match...
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Great to see a chinese player from the B team, they are all very entertaining and worth the top...
Like Yingchao, Zhou Bin, Qiu yike, WJJ, Li Ping...
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Originally posted by ttCrawsaive ttCrawsaive wrote:

Great to see a chinese player from the B team, they are all very entertaining and worth the top...
Like Yingchao, Zhou Bin, Qiu yike, WJJ, Li Ping...


Especially Li Ping Smile He is the only Chinese player that is using "normal" rubbers lol
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Originally posted by cls2222 cls2222 wrote:

Originally posted by ttCrawsaive ttCrawsaive wrote:

Great to see a chinese player from the B team, they are all very entertaining and worth the top...
Like Yingchao, Zhou Bin, Qiu yike, WJJ, Li Ping...


Especially Li Ping Smile He is the only Chinese player that is using "normal" rubbers lol
Where do you see these players???

btw, the Chinese thinks Li Ping is using 'inferior' rubbers.. LOL
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Originally posted by JimT JimT wrote:

wow... Chuang lost

Heh, Power to the short people with funky blades!

Also not sure if anyone noticed before, I didn't when scouring the groups, but a Canadian made it to the main draw, Eugene Wang, lost to Kenta 4-0 though... that's hillarious though, he only had to win 1 match to make it to the draw, the other guy in his 3 man group dropped out.

Originally posted by JimT JimT wrote:

Too bad Zhan Jian had to play Mizutani in the very first round - that must have been quite a match...

Well luckily for you ITTF recorded it.


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li hu v. oh sang eun, anybody??

also, persson v. eloi...


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Originally posted by JimT JimT wrote:

wow... Chuang lost, and Suss lost to Kuzmin (unexpected for me, really), and Gardos was just demolished 4-0 by Chan Kazuhiro.

Too bad Zhan Jian had to play Mizutani in the very first round - that must have been quite a match...


i'm not surprised by chuang losing, he plays in france and he regularly loses to lower players, as he did back when he was playing in germany.

as for suess, he's not playing at a 100%, so i'm not surprised at that one either.

the big surprise for me was chan blanking gardos.  i did think chan had a good chance to upset gardos, but i was thinking it would go the full 7 games.

also, though i figured mizutani was gonna win in the end, i was expecting zhan to give him more of a game and was suprised at the relative ease mizutani had against him.

also, looking at the draw, it looks like we're headed towards a boll-ma lin quarterfinal, barring any upsets.  i can't wait!!
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16 players, 6 Chinese, 4 Koreans, 3 Germans, 1 Japanese, 1 from Singapore and 1 from Sweden, sounds about right...
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Originally posted by Jonan Jonan wrote:

Also not sure if anyone noticed before, I didn't when scouring the groups, but a Canadian made it to the main draw, Eugene Wang, lost to Kenta 4-0 though... that's hillarious though, he only had to win 1 match to make it to the draw, the other guy in his 3 man group dropped out.
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