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    Jonathan Groth - Funny Olympic Training

    This is from a danish TV show, that I really wanted to share with a worldwide audience, as I find it hilarious

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    Lol,that's great,it was a shame he was drawn against Ma long though!

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    Lol,that's great,it was a shame he was drawn against Ma long though!
    Yeah it really was a shame. But he had an amazing qualification following up to the event, beating the likes of Simon Gauzy, Adrian Crisan and Robert Gardos.

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    Was this on Denmark National TV? How popular is table tennis in Denmark, did Maze help popularize it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TTHopeful
    Was this on Denmark National TV? How popular is table tennis in Denmark, did Maze help popularize it?
    Yes it was on National television as part of a series.

    In terms of popularity, it certainly is a sport that is played by many in Denmark, but it's definitely handball and football that is the most popular sports.

    Maze helped table tennis A LOT in Denmark, as he gained lots of media attention in danish television due to his big talent for the sport.

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