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    Posted: 07/21/2012 at 9:35pm
Here is a higher quality version I was at first experimenting to see if I could track the ball in various ways to make it easier to see.  Gave up after the first few points.  


It's just the first game 11:9 in HD.  

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(ms-f) XU Xin - ZHANG Jike [Full match/Chinese]


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(ws-f) DING Ning - LIU Shiwen [sets: half-3rd, 4th, 5th/Chinese]

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"Guo Yue will be injured and Liu Shiwen will replace her :)"
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No chance at all. The one who plays the team event cannot be replaced according to the ITTF rule for Olympic games. That's why Guo Yue withidrew from the the open to avoid any possible injury (or worsen her existing injury).

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According to the below link, Liu is 3 to 2 in the finals against Ding, not that much advantage Liu is said to have. The problem with Liu is she lost more to foreign players. This is a big no-no to any Chinese national player no matter how many times she/he can beat the best team mate. 
 


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Originally posted by skip3119 skip3119 wrote:

my impression is until a couple years ago, liu would win more often.. after that ding has been winning more.. overall maybe ding 60-40, haha just guessing.
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Well, if I have to take a guess, I will also guess that Ding won more.
I agree with you on that.
 
Too time consuming to dig out all the records.


nah... i think liu shiwen's record against ding ning is overwhelmingly in favor of liu shiwen. Her quick attacks always confounds Ding Ning's defence... However, Ding Ning won in the most important occasion - the WTTC 2011, which made all the difference to her career....
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my impression is until a couple years ago, liu would win more often.. after that ding has been winning more.. overall maybe ding 60-40, haha just guessing.
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Well, if I have to take a guess, I will also guess that Ding won more.
I agree with you on that.
 
Too time consuming to dig out all the records.
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Originally posted by skip3119 skip3119 wrote:

Liu Shiwen beat Ding Ning in this korea Open.
They played against each other in the past.
What was their records of win / loss against each other?
 
Sorry to have asked this question, it will be too time-consuming to find out.
Please just ignore this post.  Or, forum moderator can delete it.
 
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my impression is until a couple years ago, liu would win more often.. after that ding has been winning more.. overall maybe ding 60-40, haha just guessing
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Liu Shiwen beat Ding Ning in this korea Open.
They played against each other in the past.
What was their records of win / loss against each other?
 
Sorry to have asked this question, it will be too time-consuming to find out.
Please just ignore this post.  Or, forum moderator can delete it.
 
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Guo Yue will be injured and Liu Shiwen will replace her :)
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Originally posted by ZApenholder ZApenholder wrote:


First Guo Yan got injured and didn't complete her game,now Guo Yue is injured and gave a WO to Liu Shiwen in singles, and doubles to the Korean pair of Lee and ParkWhat is going on....



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Janus, appreciate you can load the full match chinese of the Men's and Women's final. Thank you for your continued contribution to this forum.
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Janus, will you be uploading the women's final onto YouTube?  Dare I say, it was one of the best women's matches I have seen in a very long time.  Liu Shiwen seems to have greatly improved in recent times.

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Any chance of getting the entire Men's Final video up on YouTube???
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Chan Kazuhiro really reminds me of Ma Long. Especially his FH and at some times BH as well O_O 
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Men's Final


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Men's Doubles Final



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Originally posted by kenneyy88 kenneyy88 wrote:

was there any video of Fang Bo?

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You guys know that Chan Kazuhiro has also overcame Ma Long? In 2010 i think, an impressive 3-0 victory full of impossible reflex shots close to the table!
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Zhang Jike looked unmotivated to me. He looked bored, and lack of footwork and offensive shots, and still he managed to win...
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The Zhang Jike - Xu Xin final is truly amazing! Reminds me of the Australian Open Djokovic-Nadal final... there was one shot where Zhang Jike did an inside-out FH loop, with the ball way below the table and on the right side of the table! It's like the shot Wang Liqin did to Timo Boll in the 2006 WTTTC! :O :O :O 
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Just got to check the tournament after two rounds and OMG this tournament is CRAZY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

persson over fang bo
Lee sang su over ma long

then to see my man Chan Kazuhiro into the Semis!

this is the best tournament I think I've seen in a long time! not only that, but the one match i watched of Kazu vs Sang Su was a level of intensity i haven't seen since the speedglue days. 

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Persson was a pleasure to listen to, lots of charisma that guy. "The young boy crying is a Zhang Ji Ke fan, trying to distract Wang Hao. Oh look it worked" LOLOLOLOLOLO
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ITTF knows that John Burgess (the English guy who's commentating in Korea) isn't the best - that's why they hired new people last year and didn't use him at all for the Worlds. I guess they didn't have enough money to send the European commentators to Asia, so they're using Burgess again (he lives in Singapore). They often try to pair him up with an expert, like Jorgen Persson tonight.

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Most sports commentary is done by two people,  first you have the straight play by play guy,  he talks the majority of the time.  Next to the play by play guy you have the colour guy,  this person chimes in on occasion with some quirky comment.

The guy doing the Korean open is a colour commentator, little knowledge of the game and non stop quirky comments.  If they team him up with the former English coach commentator he will be tolerable giving his quirky comments once in a while,  but not have him talk non stopDead


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