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    Posted: 10/21/2011 at 10:14am
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It's  interesting to see this :  MA Lin CHN  -ROBINOT Quentin FRA  1-4
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Cocorico ! Vive la France !
Incredible, unbelievable, never seen before ! Ma Lin loosing first round of a pro tour, can't remember...Robinot was still junior few weeks ago. 2010 junior european champ and runner up this year against another...french junior 1st year, Tristan Flore.
There must have been an upset or something, I can't see how Ma Lin could have lost on a regular basis. If not, it's the performance of the year, no doubt !
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Wow, a big surprise, Ma Lin must be injured or something?
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Originally posted by jcdi jcdi wrote:

Cocorico ! Vive la France !
Incredible, unbelievable, never seen before ! Ma Lin loosing first round of a pro tour, can't remember...Robinot was still junior few weeks ago. 2010 junior european champ and runner up this year against another...french junior 1st year, Tristan Flore.
There must have been an upset or something, I can't see how Ma Lin could have lost on a regular basis. If not, it's the performance of the year, no doubt !


lol the guy is excited. The other guy from France, Simon Gauzy, also beat Yoshida Kaii...
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Originally posted by jcdi jcdi wrote:



Cocorico ! Vive la France !
Incredible, unbelievable, never seen before ! Ma Lin loosing first round of a pro tour, can't remember...Robinot was still junior few weeks ago. 2010 junior european champ and runner up this year against another...french junior 1st year, Tristan Flore.
There must have been an upset or something, I can't see how Ma Lin could have lost on a regular basis. If not, it's the performance of the year, no doubt !


Actually Ma Lin lost in the first round of the Austrian Open a few Weeks ago against ~120 wr Livenstov from Russia.

Still a very impressive upset nonetheless!
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Originally posted by thepongcast thepongcast wrote:


Actually Ma Lin lost in the first round of the Austrian Open a few Weeks ago against ~120 wr Livenstov from Russia.

Still a very impressive upset nonetheless!
 
Didn't know that. Thanks for the info.
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I think it's obvious by now that Ma Lin is very, very close to retirement now. Judging by WLQ's lack of international appearances, his days are numbered too
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Originally posted by liang1983 liang1983 wrote:

sad for Ma Lin

Personally I love it. Just sayin.
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Originally posted by dingyibvs dingyibvs wrote:

I think it's obvious by now that Ma Lin is very, very close to retirement now. Judging by WLQ's lack of international appearances, his days are numbered too


WLQ is playing right now against Kenji Matsudaira - live on itTV.
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Originally posted by jcdi jcdi wrote:

Originally posted by thepongcast thepongcast wrote:


Actually Ma Lin lost in the first round of the Austrian Open a few Weeks ago against ~120 wr Livenstov from Russia.

Still a very impressive upset nonetheless!
 
Didn't know that. Thanks for the info.


Actually that happened on Harmony China Open in front of the home crowd...

it's Liventsov, not Livenstov but that's splitting hairs I guess...
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Originally posted by JimT JimT wrote:

Actually that happened on Harmony China Open in front of the home crowd...

it's Liventsov, not Livenstov but that's splitting hairs I guess...

I stand corrected, you're right!

Ma Lin played fairly well in the Chinese League and events beforehand.  It's a bit strange with the drop off. He was playing through injuries near the end of the league season I believe.
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Simon Gauzy beat Kaii Yoshida and now defeated Par Gerell - he is still 16 yrs old! will be 17 in a few days.
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Among other relatively interesting upsets - unknown (to me) Japanese player Maharu Yoshimura beat Lebesson, Kirill Skachkov defeated Gao Ning, and Kamal Achanta defeated Li Hu.
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Niwa Koki beat the last hope of Swedes - Jens Lundquist, 4-3. And Quentin Robinot (victor over Ma Lin) lost to Yang Zi in the 7th...

From Europe only Skachkov and Gauzy remain among Top 16... and unfortunately they will now play each other, and then the victor will face Ma Long... and we all know how that is going to end. Cry
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Simon Gauzy vs Junga Hwa Seo
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Originally posted by JimT JimT wrote:

Niwa Koki beat the last hope of Swedes - Jens Lundquist, 4-3. And Quentin Robinot (victor over Ma Lin) lost to Yang Zi in the 7th...

From Europe only Skachkov and Gauzy remain among Top 16... and unfortunately they will now play each other, and then the victor will face Ma Long... and we all know how that is going to end. Cry
Robinot beat Ma Lin, so Gauzy will for sure beat Ma Long, if he beats SkachkovWink
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Kinda sad to see Ma Lin's career whimpering to an end, he and his doubles partner Wang Hao lost in the first round of the doubles too.
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WLQ still looking kinda solid. Kenji moves like the ghost of a banshee. Didn't matter.
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Originally posted by dingyibvs dingyibvs wrote:

I think it's obvious by now that Ma Lin is very, very close to retirement now. Judging by WLQ's lack of international appearances, his days are numbered too
+1 I think you're right. Time for the new generation to take over completely.  
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seems like quentin didn't even qualify, he was a lucky loser LOL

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From round 16, Ma Long get a very good seeding...
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i watched theSimon Gauzy vs Junga Hwa Seo video? best of 5 games?
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I have not heard this female player before until now - Yang Yang (CHN).
 
She won the qualification group, won the Round 64, then in Round 32 she beat the highly ranked player Tie Yana of Hong Kong (ITTF: #11, Ratings Central: #18).
 
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Yang Yang just came out of nowhere and beat Tie Yana.
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itTV has her match when she played in the qualification group.
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Yang Yang is one of the important players on the Bayi team of the CTTSL, so she's not out of nowhere,  and beating Tie Yana is not a surprise.
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(ms-R32) WANG Liqin - MATSUDAIRA Kenji [Full Match|ShortForm]

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Guo Yue looks to have slipped and be injured winning the final point of the first set Ouch
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CHAN Kazuhiro JPN MATSUDAIRA Kenji JPN  
 12:15 - 22/10/2011   Table 4  4-3: CHAN Kazuhiro MATSUDAIRA Kenji
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Originally posted by TTNoobie TTNoobie wrote:

Guo Yue looks to have slipped and be injured winning the final point of the first set

Ouch


Right, Guo Yue looks hurt, but win finally.
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