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    View Poll Results: Who do you think will win the Korea Open 2017?

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    • Jeoung Youngsik

      35 20.35%
    • Chuang Chih Yuan

      6 3.49%
    • Timo Boll

      57 33.14%
    • Koki Niwa

      41 23.84%
    • Marcos Freitas

      5 2.91%
    • Simon Gauzy

      7 4.07%
    • Lee Sang Su

      1 0.58%
    • Kenta Matsudaira

      13 7.56%
    • Mattias Karlsson

      4 2.33%
    • Other (Post Below)

      3 1.74%
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      Korea Open 2017

      This week will see the Korea Open with in form Jeoung Youngsik entering as the number 1 seed who current sits at number 8 in the world rankings. The Chinese National Team, Dimitrij Ovtcharov and Jun Mizutani have all not entered however this tournament will be a spectacular with the brilliant line up which you can see below. The Korea Open begins on the 18th April and concludes on the 23rd April. This World Tour event is held in the city of Incheon, Korea. Lets see what's in store in the line up below:

      Total number of entries so far is: 136

      Main Draw

      Men's Singles
      Women's Singles
      Men's Doubles
      Women's Doubles

      Live matches from the Korea Open can be watched in the ITTF Live Streaming which has playback on demand with integrated chat with TableTennisDaily members!

      Korea's Jeoung Youngsik, the World #8 has entered the Korea Open as the #1 seed.


      Jeoung Youngsik enters as the no.1 seed - Photo by: ITTF Flickr


      Men's Singles Seeds


      Timo Boll enters Korea as the #3 seed - Photo by: ITTF Flickr

      01) Jeoung Youngsik
      02) Chuang Chih Yuan
      03) Timo Boll
      04) Koki Niwa
      05) Marcos Freitas
      06) Simon Gauzy
      07) Lee Sang Su
      08) Kenta Matsudaira
      09) Mattias Karlsson
      10) Yuya Oshima
      11) Yuto Muramatsu
      12) Maharu Yoshimura
      13) Chen Chien An
      14) Kristian Karlsson
      15) Ruwen Filus
      16) Jonathan Groth


      Women Singles Seeds


      Feng Tianwei enters the Korea Open as the #1 seed - Photo by: ITTF World

      01) Feng Tianwei
      02) Kasumi Ishikawa
      03) CHeng I- Ching
      04) Mima Ito
      05) Miu Hirano
      06) Mengyu Yu
      07) Xiaona Shan
      08) Petrissa Solja
      09) Jihee Jeon
      10) Hitomi Sato
      11) Suh Hyowon
      12) Hina Hayata
      13) Jian Zeng
      14) Misaki Morizono
      15) Haeun Yang
      16) Sakura Mori


      For full player entries click here.


      Live matches from the Korea Open can be watched in the ITTF Live Streaming which has playback on demand with integrated chat with TableTennisDaily members!

      The line up for this years Korea Open is awesome and makes for a very open tournament! Players are all preparing and looking to find form for the World Championships this year! A fantastic event to follow, be sure to get involved on the TTD discussions and join us in the live chat in the ITTF Live Streaming!

      We can use this thread as a means to display all the latest results, videos and news from this spectacular World Tour event! What are your predictions from each event.

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      Finally a tournament where are a plenty of players capable of take the gold medal!
      And Niwa can avenge his loss to Sangeun in doubles.
      Last edited by ajtatosmano2; 04-17-2017 at 08:47 PM.

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      Looking forward to it! Hopefully Kristian Karlsson takes a Gold medal

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      Hi - Thanks for posting all this info.

      On the women's side, Mui is playing at a level above everyone else in the world atm. Can she keep it up?

      Cheers!

      ...Dave...
      Last edited by TableTennisDaily; 04-17-2017 at 10:59 PM.

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      If Miu won it again this time, she's the SH.....real deal.
      Don't forget footwork.

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      Miu will have a tough time against chinese born defenders

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      Talking about an exciting tournament. All the 16 seeded men players are pretty competitive against one another

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      Not necessarily who I think WILL win... but who I'd be rooting for most:

      Kenta for men's

      Suh and Yang for women's

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      I actually think Timo Boll will take this one. Big tournament!

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      Korea Open 2017 Matches Shedule:
      https://tabletennis.guide/shedule.php
      P.S. I voted for Niwa.

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      Anybody from Korea attending the tournament ?? Looking for a partner to gang along.

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      Man, these big hitters always come when I have to study for exams. This blows Any reason given for Dima, Jun, CNT not entering?

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      Let's go Timo!

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      Man, these big hitters always come when I have to study for exams. This blows Any reason given for Dima, Jun, CNT not entering?
      They prefer preparing for WTTC as korea open is no platinum event I guess.

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      I'm voting for Simon GAUZY

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      Timo Boll

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      I'm rooting HARD for Vladi and he's NOT EVEN IN!

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      Giving Woojin Jang (KOR) an outside chance

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      I hope Jung Youngsik wins and is playing closer to his max potential. He is Korea's best chance of beating the chinese. Except for well Jeong Sanguen now .
      Enter the Hero

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