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    Posted: 08/19/2019 at 11:09pm
Originally posted by blahness blahness wrote:

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sorry guys, but watched first two games on the ITTF hilight on youtube of the men's final, didn't see too many (if any) FH winners by HT - this is not to say he didn't improve on that front (did not bother with comparisons) - but isn't that what matters, winning FH points against top opponents?

I think highlights don't tell the whole story... Harimoto always has a BH oriented game so most of his points should always come from that wing, the FH is more to be a sufficient threat that people will still prefer going to his BH. Previously it looked like his FH movement was just too slow so in fast rallies if people hit to his FH he didn't have the speed to cover them and had to resort to blocking or stepping back to counterloop which is not his game. There were a couple of super fast rallies in the final that involved Zhao Zihao hitting it to Harimoto's FH and he handled them superbly (in the past he would have lost his position very fast in this types of situations). 

It's still a work in progress but it is already looking good!

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Originally posted by pongfugrasshopper pongfugrasshopper wrote:

Though not as famous as his CNT-A compatriots, Zhao Zihao has beaten Lin Yun Ju (2019 Hungarian Open) and took out 3 top-20 players in this tournament ... Gauzy, Dima, and Aruna.  So he's a very formidable opponent.  Best not to look at world ranking especially when it comes to CNT members that do not regularly play ITTF tournaments.
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Agree with you.
Zhao Zihao has a world ranking of 110.
He deserve top 30, I guess.
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Originally posted by tom tom wrote:

sorry guys, but watched first two games on the ITTF hilight on youtube of the men's final, didn't see too many (if any) FH winners by HT - this is not to say he didn't improve on that front (did not bother with comparisons) - but isn't that what matters, winning FH points against top opponents?

I think highlights don't tell the whole story... Harimoto always has a BH oriented game so most of his points should always come from that wing, the FH is more to be a sufficient threat that people will still prefer going to his BH. Previously it looked like his FH movement was just too slow so in fast rallies if people hit to his FH he didn't have the speed to cover them and had to resort to blocking or stepping back to counterloop which is not his game. There were a couple of super fast rallies in the final that involved Zhao Zihao hitting it to Harimoto's FH and he handled them superbly (in the past he would have lost his position very fast in this types of situations). 

It's still a work in progress but it is already looking good!
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Though not as famous as his CNT-A compatriots, Zhao Zihao has beaten Lin Yun Ju (2019 Hungarian Open) and took out 3 top-20 players in this tournament ... Gauzy, Dima, and Aruna.  So he's a very formidable opponent.  Best not to look at world ranking especially when it comes to CNT members that do not regularly play ITTF tournaments.
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"TH's FH was sufficient to get ZZ to avoid it and trying to pressure TH's BH instead" ----- That would be one hell of a stategy Confused
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TH's FH was sufficient to get ZZ to avoid it and trying to pressure TH's BH instead.  Good luck with that, I'd have remarked if I'd been present, and the rest is history.
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sorry guys, but watched first two games on the ITTF hilight on youtube of the men's final, didn't see too many (if any) FH winners by HT - this is not to say he didn't improve on that front (did not bother with comparisons) - but isn't that what matters, winning FH points against top opponents?
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Originally posted by skip3119 skip3119 wrote:

No Chinese top players are in this Bulgaria Open, nor in the upcoming Czech Open.
Japan's top players are in both.

Well, these Chinese top players are in Los Angeles, CA.
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Zhao did wrong give all the time to Harimoto BH
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Originally posted by blahness blahness wrote:

You have to adjust the magnitude of the stroke depending on the incoming ball but stroke fundamentals are similar. A better look of his improved stroke is the finishing FH powerloop at 8:32...with a much reduced arm backswing but still with the fundamentals of hip and thoracic rotation.





Yes, but I don't think these were the shots that he had problems with when people complained about his forehand.  I agree that the arm closer to the body is an improvement. 
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Originally posted by jackwong23 jackwong23 wrote:

Originally posted by mykonos96 mykonos96 wrote:

Originally posted by jackwong23 jackwong23 wrote:

Originally posted by amateur amateur wrote:

Originally posted by mykonos96 mykonos96 wrote:

Originally posted by amateur amateur wrote:

Originally posted by kindof99 kindof99 wrote:

Zhao zhihao beat Dimo last year

Ovtcharov himself said they had had 2 matches: 1 in 2015, and 1 last year. He said he won both, narrowly. Dima's usually very good about remembering his matches and his opponents. So you may want to back up your claim with more details.

Cant add anything else  I have the video somewhere i m not 100% sure but he lost to a young penholder in cttsl maybe he wasnt zihao

That was Fan Shengpeng. See 2015 CTTSL thread in this forum.

The guy obviously made up the match
which did not exist to support his argument . LOLLOL

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Originally posted by mykonos96 mykonos96 wrote:

Originally posted by jackwong23 jackwong23 wrote:

Originally posted by amateur amateur wrote:

Originally posted by mykonos96 mykonos96 wrote:

Originally posted by amateur amateur wrote:

Originally posted by kindof99 kindof99 wrote:

Zhao zhihao beat Dimo last year

Ovtcharov himself said they had had 2 matches: 1 in 2015, and 1 last year. He said he won both, narrowly. Dima's usually very good about remembering his matches and his opponents. So you may want to back up your claim with more details.

Cant add anything else  I have the video somewhere i m not 100% sure but he lost to a young penholder in cttsl maybe he wasnt zihao

That was Fan Shengpeng. See 2015 CTTSL thread in this forum.

The guy obviously made up the match
which did not exist to support his argument . LOLLOL

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You have to adjust the magnitude of the stroke depending on the incoming ball but stroke fundamentals are similar. A better look of his improved stroke is the finishing FH powerloop at 8:32...with a much reduced arm backswing but still with the fundamentals of hip and thoracic rotation.




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Originally posted by blahness blahness wrote:

Originally posted by NextLevel NextLevel wrote:

Originally posted by blahness blahness wrote:

Originally posted by pongfugrasshopper pongfugrasshopper wrote:

Congratulations Harimoto!  He's really shown growth in this tournament.  His forehand has obviously improved considerably, but did everyone notice the beautiful spinny, arcing backhand to close out game 4?  

Lol and everyone doubted that he could retrain his FH movement when I said he was obviously working on it, he done it in just a few months post WTTC.... sometimes you just need to execute to silence the doubters and haters...

It is still a work in progress and it broke down for significant parts of the match vs Takuya Jin.  The footwork isn't always sharp as well.  That said, it is all headed in the right direction though it is becoming more conventional.  We just need to see it tested against better and better players.
He is still using thoracic rotation rather than waist (so still unconventional in TT), however the stroke is a lot tighter with the elbow being much closer to the body to allow for a faster and more stable stroke.

Yes, but his hip rotation is relatively limited even against backspin balls.  And the second forehand in this sequence is hardly an example of thoracic rotation - it is the traditional use of the back muscles that characterizes most high level TT.


Or here

https://youtu.be/X8i2bncy4qo?t=148

Or here

https://youtu.be/X8i2bncy4qo?t=315


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Originally posted by jackwong23 jackwong23 wrote:

Originally posted by amateur amateur wrote:

Originally posted by mykonos96 mykonos96 wrote:

Originally posted by amateur amateur wrote:

Originally posted by kindof99 kindof99 wrote:

Zhao zhihao beat Dimo last year

Ovtcharov himself said they had had 2 matches: 1 in 2015, and 1 last year. He said he won both, narrowly. Dima's usually very good about remembering his matches and his opponents. So you may want to back up your claim with more details.

Cant add anything else  I have the video somewhere i m not 100% sure but he lost to a young penholder in cttsl maybe he wasnt zihao

That was Fan Shengpeng. See 2015 CTTSL thread in this forum.

The guy obviously made up the match
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Originally posted by amateur amateur wrote:

Originally posted by mykonos96 mykonos96 wrote:

Originally posted by amateur amateur wrote:

Originally posted by kindof99 kindof99 wrote:

Zhao zhihao beat Dimo last year

Ovtcharov himself said they had had 2 matches: 1 in 2015, and 1 last year. He said he won both, narrowly. Dima's usually very good about remembering his matches and his opponents. So you may want to back up your claim with more details.

Cant add anything else  I have the video somewhere i m not 100% sure but he lost to a young penholder in cttsl maybe he wasnt zihao

That was Fan Shengpeng. See 2015 CTTSL thread in this forum.

The guy obviously made up the match
which did not exist to support his argument . LOLLOL


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Originally posted by NextLevel NextLevel wrote:

Originally posted by blahness blahness wrote:

Originally posted by pongfugrasshopper pongfugrasshopper wrote:

Congratulations Harimoto!  He's really shown growth in this tournament.  His forehand has obviously improved considerably, but did everyone notice the beautiful spinny, arcing backhand to close out game 4?  

Lol and everyone doubted that he could retrain his FH movement when I said he was obviously working on it, he done it in just a few months post WTTC.... sometimes you just need to execute to silence the doubters and haters...

It is still a work in progress and it broke down for significant parts of the match vs Takuya Jin.  The footwork isn't always sharp as well.  That said, it is all headed in the right direction though it is becoming more conventional.  We just need to see it tested against better and better players.
He is still using thoracic rotation rather than waist (so still unconventional in TT), however the stroke is a lot tighter with the elbow being much closer to the body to allow for a faster and more stable stroke.
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No Chinese top players are in this Bulgaria Open, nor in the upcoming Czech Open.
Japan's top players are in both.
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Originally posted by blahness blahness wrote:

[QUOTE=pongfugrasshopper]Congratulations Harimoto!  He's really shown growth in this tournament.  His forehand has obviously improved considerably, but did everyone notice the beautiful spinny, arcing backhand to close out game 4?  

Lol and everyone doubted that he could retrain his FH movement when I said he was obviously working on it, he done it in just a few months post WTTC.... sometimes you just need to execute to silence the doubters and haters...
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 He has won to players under  top 10 he should have won zhao 4  0 .do you think is gonna win with the full house of top players. Btw HT has improved the power of his screaming
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Originally posted by blahness blahness wrote:

Originally posted by pongfugrasshopper pongfugrasshopper wrote:

Congratulations Harimoto!  He's really shown growth in this tournament.  His forehand has obviously improved considerably, but did everyone notice the beautiful spinny, arcing backhand to close out game 4?  

Lol and everyone doubted that he could retrain his FH movement when I said he was obviously working on it, he done it in just a few months post WTTC.... sometimes you just need to execute to silence the doubters and haters...

It is still a work in progress and it broke down for significant parts of the match vs Takuya Jin.  The footwork isn't always sharp as well.  That said, it is all headed in the right direction though it is becoming more conventional.  We just need to see it tested against better and better players.
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Originally posted by pongfugrasshopper pongfugrasshopper wrote:

Congratulations Harimoto!  He's really shown growth in this tournament.  His forehand has obviously improved considerably, but did everyone notice the beautiful spinny, arcing backhand to close out game 4?  

Lol and everyone doubted that he could retrain his FH movement when I said he was obviously working on it, he done it in just a few months post WTTC.... sometimes you just need to execute to silence the doubters and haters...
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Originally posted by mykonos96 mykonos96 wrote:

Originally posted by amateur amateur wrote:

Originally posted by kindof99 kindof99 wrote:

Zhao zhihao beat Dimo last year

Ovtcharov himself said they had had 2 matches: 1 in 2015, and 1 last year. He said he won both, narrowly. Dima's usually very good about remembering his matches and his opponents. So you may want to back up your claim with more details.

Cant add anything else  I have the video somewhere i m not 100% sure but he lost to a young penholder in cttsl maybe he wasnt zihao

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Originally posted by amateur amateur wrote:

Originally posted by kindof99 kindof99 wrote:

Zhao zhihao beat Dimo last year

Ovtcharov himself said they had had 2 matches: 1 in 2015, and 1 last year. He said he won both, narrowly. Dima's usually very good about remembering his matches and his opponents. So you may want to back up your claim with more details.

Cant add anything else  I have the video somewhere i m not 100% sure but he lost to a young penholder in cttsl maybe he wasnt zihao


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Congratulations Harimoto!  He's really shown growth in this tournament.  His forehand has obviously improved considerably, but did everyone notice the beautiful spinny, arcing backhand to close out game 4?  
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I think Adam is tired of Harimoto's scream now too. Join the anit-fan of Harimoto.
What makes you say that? I didn't see the match so i don't know if he said anything about it or not.
I watched the match and heard nothing from Adam to indicated that he's tired of Harimoto's cho's or anything anti-Harimoto.  
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Apart from the virus thing, the tournament seems to have been well-run and successful. They even made an effort to find Bulgarian interpreters who could translate from Japanese and Chinese.
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Originally posted by kindof99 kindof99 wrote:

I think Adam is tired of Harimoto's scream now too. Join the anit-fan of Harimoto.
What makes you say that? I didn't see the match so i don't know if he said anything about it or not.
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