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      World Tour Grand Finals 2017

      The prestigious World Tour Grand Finals sponsored by Seamaster begins on the 14th December and concludes on the 17th December. The Grand Finals is held in city of Astana, Kazakhstan with a total prize money of $1,000,000. As the year comes to a close we get to look forward to the worlds best players battle it out $100,000 in the men's and women's singles!

      NOW LIVE: Dimitrij Ovtcharov vs Fan Zhendong! Live streaming here: https://tv.ittf.com/livestream/ittf-...able-1/1052965 or Facebook below:




      The spectacular Grand Finals is fast approaching, we love this time of the year! World Number 3 Dimitrij Ovtcharov leads the Men's Singles Seedings as this event is using the World Tour Standings list. Theres a lot on stake this week, if Dimitrij Ovtcharov wins one match at the Grand Finals he will become the new world number 1!

      Main Draw

      Coming soon..

      Live matches from the World Tour Grand Finals can be watched on the ITTF Live Streaming here.


      Men's Singles Seeds

      Germany's Dimitrij Ovtcharov, the World #2 has qualified into the World Tour Grand Finals as as the #1 seed.


      Dimitrij Ovtcharov no.1 seed - Photo by: ITTF Flickr

      01) Dimitrij Ovtcharov
      02) Timo Boll
      03) Fan Zhendong
      04) Lin Gaoyuan
      05) Xu Xin
      06) Tomokazu Harimoto
      07) Simon Gauzy
      08) Vladimir Samsonov
      09) Kenta Matsudaira
      10) Fang Bo
      11) Koki Niwa
      12) Wong Chun Ting
      13) Masaki Yoshida
      14) Yuya Oshima
      15) Chuang Chih Yuan
      16) Kirill Gerassimenko

      Reserve players
      17) Marcos Freitas
      18) Paul Drinkhall
      19) Kristian Karlsson


      Women Singles Seeds


      Chen Meng enters the World Tour Grand Finals as the #1 seed - Photo by: ITTF Flickr

      01) Chen Meng
      02) Wang Manyu
      03) Kasumi Ishikawa
      04) Mima Ito
      05) Yuting Gu
      06) Chen Xingtong
      07) Zhu Yuling
      08) Feng Tianwei
      09) Sakura Mori
      10) Shan Xiaona
      11) Hina Hayata
      12) Miu Hirano
      13) Han Ying
      14) Doo Hoi Kem
      15) Hitomi Sato
      16) Cheng I-Ching

      Reserve players
      17) Miyu Kato
      18) Honoka Hashimoto

      Here we go TT World, what a week we have in store! The recent world events have seen some epic battles with Dimitrij recently defeating Fan Zhendong and Timo Boll taking out China's Ma Long. Last years winner Ma Long will not be participating in this years World Tour Grand Finals,it's all to play for! Dima only needs to win one match and then he will go into January 2018 as the new World Number 1! Will anyone stop him, Fan Zhendong will be looking to seek revenge. Of course Timo is in fine form at the moment winning the recent T2 Grand Finals defeating Dima 3-1.

      In the womens event Chen Meng leads the seedings. Will Chen go all the way? Chen Xingtong is in superb form right now having won the recent Swedish Open, a lot of players to look out for.

      A fantastic event to follow, be sure to get involved on the TTD discussions.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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      How comes no Ma Long guys? Not played enough events?

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      yes, he did not play enough events.

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      Koki Niwa or maybe Timo Boll - I hope one of them take the title.

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      FZD will take this one

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      Dima is my man for this one

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      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U0BH1Tjff8I
      Even the Minions are going to watch!

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      I think FZD will win this tine and Dima will be the new World #1.

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      The draw is now live!


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      Perhaps Timo can win. One can only hope I think Xu Xin actually has a pretty good chance if his RPB is as good or better than it was during the Swedish Open.

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      It seems Niwa Koki won give any chance to Dima to play with chinese . Nice games a head

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      I must say, this pool of players is exciting. No guaranteed outcome on who's gonna get the title. My best two bets are already facing on the first round, Dima and Koki.
      Don't forget footwork.

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      Hopefully we will see Fan vs Boll in semis

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      Quote Originally Posted by Garrison View Post
      Hopefully we will see Fan vs Boll in semis
      Nowadays TT is great because you never know who is going to win. I think Boll have quite easy road to semis and Lin too. Month ago I would say the same about Fan but he lost to XX who he beat easily many Times in the past.
      Anyway if Timo faces Fan it will be really hard for him since Fan is very powerfull player and faster then Ovtcharov on his feet.
      I still hope for Niwa-Boll final .

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      This Grand final is a total mystery. If Niwa is on fire and Dima not that much, then the german star might fall. LGY might even win the event, but he might lose in the first round, he isn't as consistent as FZD or XX or even Timo. XX seems to be in a good shape, but he might be the easiest to beat from CNT for foreigners. FZD is the favourite but Dima, XX, Timo, LGY both has a chance to beat him.
      Last edited by ajtatosmano2; 12-13-2017 at 05:37 PM.

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      Round One (of 16) looks awesome.
      Dima vs Koki
      Kirill vs Tomo
      Simon vs Bo
      Yoshida vs Guoyang
      Zhendong vs Chiyuan
      Kenta vs Xin
      Vladi vs Chuntin
      Oshima vs Timo

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      I have no idea how Oshima and Yoshida are in the draw !!!

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      Koki Niwa please beat Dima

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      Dan in the intro post you got Dima as the world no3 and right away he is suddenly world no 2.. so is he 2 or 3?

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      Anyways, I could not be more happy about the men singles draw!!!
      Fang Bo vs. Lin Gaoyuan as well as Fan Zhendong vs. Xu Xin early in the draw!
      Possible Timo vs Fan and Dima vs. Lin, this is incredible!
      I also love Kirill vs. Tomo, yes!

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