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    World Team Table Tennis Championships 2016

    World Team Table Tennis Championships sponsored by Perfect, 28 Feb - 06 Mar 2016, Malaysia


    The World Team Table Tennis Championships is just around the corner with the action beginning in Kuala Lumpur on Sunday 28th February and concluding on Sunday 6th March 2016.

    Live matches from the World Team Table Tennis Championships 2016 can be watched in our ITTF Live Streaming which has integrated chat with TTD members.

    What a year 2016 has been so far with recent World Tours. The next major event in store for the table tennis World will be the upcoming World Team Table Tennis Championships! Reigning World team champions China, won the championships in 2014 defeating Germany in the final by 3 matches to 1. Dimitrij Ovtcharov was the player taking a match against China in the Final defeating Zhang Jike in 3 straight sets. Can Germany go closer this year and defeat China or can another team pose a threat on the formidable Chinese National Team?

    Which country will be crowned this years Men's and Women's Team World Champions?


    Dimitrij Ovtcharov recorded exceptional 3-0 win over Zhang Jike in 2014 World Team Champs!

    So I'm sure everyone is looking forward to the World Team Table Tennis Championships 2014! Lets get things under way! Who have you voted in the TTD WTTTC 2016 poll?

    Men's Team Seedings


    Chinese National Men's Team Champions 2014 in Tokyo - photo by: Remy Gros

    Schedule - Groups - Championship Division - Second Division - Third Division

    Team and players

    01) China - (Ma Long, Zhang Jike, Xu Xin, Fan Zhendong, Fang Bo, Liang Jingkun)
    02) Germany - (Dimitrij Ovtcharov, Timo Boll, Ruwen Filus, Bastian Steger, Patrick Franziska)
    03) Japan - (Jun Mizutani, Koki Niwa, Maharu Yoshimura, Yuya Oshima, Kenta Matsudaira)
    04) Korea Republic - (Joo Se Hyuk, Jung Youngsik, Lee Sangsu, Jang Woojin, Jeong Sangeun)
    05) Portugal - (Marcos Freitas, Tiago Apolonia, Joao Monteiro, Joao Geraldo, Chen Diogo)
    06) Hong Kong - (Ho Kwan Kit, Tang Peng, Jiang Tianyi, Lam Siu Hang, Wong Chun Ting)
    07) Austria - (Chen Weixing, Robert Gardos, Daniel Habesohn, Stefan Fegerl, Dominik Habesohn)
    08) Sweden - (Kristian Karlsson, Par Gerell, Mattias Karlsson, Anton Kallberg)
    09) France - (Simon Gauzy, Emmanuel Lebesson, Quentin Robinot, Benjamin Brossier, Tristan Flore)
    10) Chinese Taipei - (Chen Chien-An, Chiang Hung-Chieh, Liao Cheng-Ting, Yang Tzu-Yi, Lin Yun-Ju)
    11) Russia - (Alexander Shibaev, Kirill Skachkov, Alexey Liventsov, Grigory Vlasov, Mikhail Paikov)
    12) Poland
    13) Croatia
    14) Belarus
    15) Greece
    16) Denmark
    17) Czech Republic
    18) England
    19) Romania
    20) Ukraine
    21) Italy
    22) Singapore
    23) Korea DPR
    24) Malaysia

    Full list of Men's teams here.


    Women's Team Seedings


    Chinese National Women's Team Champions of 2014 in Tokyo. Photo by: cntv.cn

    In 2014 the Chinese National Women's team won the World Team Championships posting a 3-0 victory over host nations Japan. Who will be crowed this years Women Team Champions?

    Schedule - Groups - Championship Division - Second Division - Third Division

    Team and players

    01) China
    02) Japan
    03) Netherlands
    04) Hong Kong
    05) Singapore
    06) Korea Republic
    07) Germany
    08) Chinese Taipei
    09) Korea DPR
    10) Romania
    11) Austria
    12) Poland
    13) Russia
    14) Ukraine
    15) Czech Republic
    16) Hungary
    17) Spain
    18) Thailand
    19) France
    20) USA
    21) Belarus
    22) Sweden
    23) Brazil
    24) Malaysia

    Full list of Women's teams here.

    This is going to be a fantastic tournament so lets get started by discussing the seeds. We can use this discussion as a means to display all the latest results, news, and more from this spectacular event! What are your predictions from each division?

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    Surprising french team
    It's good to see Tristan Flore at this event.

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    China(mens) is gonna win 3-0 in finals, and each chinese player is gonna win 3-0.
    German team is weak this time and Chinese are getting stronger and stronger.

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    Anyone have the odds of China losing in the final? The sport would become so famous if China lost, there would be world wide news reports.

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    The question is NOT who will win..
    The question is:
    WHO WILL BE SECOND AND THIRD ???
    That is the real question, as from the beginning till the end everybody knows who will win it..
    So I guess we need a new poll ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michal_Z
    The question is NOT who will win..
    The question is:
    WHO WILL BE SECOND AND THIRD ???
    That is the real question, as from the beginning till the end everybody knows who will win it..
    So I guess we need a new poll ;-)
    The problem is, you and a lot of other guys are misunderstanding the poll. The question is not who is going to win the tournament, the question is who YOU WANT to win it. If everyone got that right I doubt China would have that much votes.

    I voted for Germany but any other Europe team winning the WTTTC would be so great as well. Unfortunately there is hardly any chance that this will happen

    Anyway, looking forward to that great event. I love it, watching live streams, compilations and everything

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    07) Austria - (Chen Weixing, Robert Gardos, Daniel Habesohn, Stefan Fegerl, Dominik Habesohn)
    Due to illness, Daniel Habesohn won't be able to play. He will be replaced by Werner Schlager Fantastic!

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    I voted for Austria because I want to see Schlager play well! I'm looking forward to seeing him again

    Lucky for China, New Zealand aren't in the championship division or i'd be going after Ma Long :P hah

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    The Italian players involved in WTTC will be:
    Mihai Bobocica, Leonardo Mutti, Marco Rech, Alessandro Baciocchi and Niagol Stoyanov.

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    Official post from Dima's FB page.

    Unglaublich harte und schwere Entscheidung für mich: Aufgrund von Rückenproblemen muss ich meinen Start bei den #ITTFWorlds2016 absagen. Im Olympiajahr will ich nichts riskieren. In den nächsten Wochen werde ich ein Reha-Programm absolvieren und hoffe, dass ich danach wieder voll belastbar bin!


    Very bitter and very hard decision. I have to withdraw from the World Championchips in Malaysia due to heavy back problems. Now I will try to recover as soon as possible and to come back even stronger. #RoadtoRio

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    What a shock this decision is
    Can't believe he plays unimportant events like Energis Master, Swiss Open etc. but then is not 100% fit for a World Championship -.-

    #justtabletennisthings

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xylit
    What a shock this decision is
    Can't believe he plays unimportant events like Energis Master, Swiss Open etc. but then is not 100% fit for a World Championship -.-

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xylit
    The problem is, you and a lot of other guys are misunderstanding the poll. The question is not who is going to win the tournament, the question is who YOU WANT to win it. If everyone got that right I doubt China would have that much votes.

    I voted for Germany but any other Europe team winning the WTTTC would be so great as well. Unfortunately there is hardly any chance that this will happen

    Anyway, looking forward to that great event. I love it, watching live streams, compilations and everything
    Yep. It is funny. Either everyone wants China to win, or most people misread the question the poll is asking.

    I would love to see anyone win aside from China. That is not likely to happen. But, it still would be great for the sport for any other country to win.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UpSideDownCarl
    Yep. It is funny. Either everyone wants China to win, or most people misread the question the poll is asking.

    I would love to see anyone win aside from China. That is not likely to happen. But, it still would be great for the sport for any other country to win.
    LOL I totally misread the question... I would like to see the best team win. Unfortunately since the glory of Sweden in 2000, China has been superior to all of their opponents (I think 7 times since 2000). I really hope for any upsets for the men teams the ones I think would have a chance now would be Japan, Germany, Portugal, Sweden, Austria and for the women teams I only see Japan, Korea or DPRK as compititors.
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    Please edit the first post: Japan (FUKUHARA Ai (c), ISHIKAWA Kasumi, ITO Mima, HAMAMOTO Yui, +1 I forgot lel)

    EDIT: also someone's out from austria, so SCHLAGER WILL BE PLAYING !!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xylit
    The problem is, you and a lot of other guys are misunderstanding the poll. The question is not who is going to win the tournament, the question is who YOU WANT to win it. If everyone got that right I doubt China would have that much votes.

    I voted for Germany but any other Europe team winning the WTTTC would be so great as well. Unfortunately there is hardly any chance that this will happen

    Anyway, looking forward to that great event. I love it, watching live streams, compilations and everything
    sh!t! You are right, I didnt see that, damn!
    Then my vote goes to Japan, because Ovtcharov is not playing..

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    Ovcharov, Chuang and now also Par Gerell. Par is replaced by Jon Persson.

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