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      Quote Originally Posted by Loopadoop View Post
      R64 women's singles

      Seeds starting to fall

      #3 Elizabeth Samara goes down
      Anyone can win this event. Both mens and womens is very open.

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      Gardos leading Shibaev 3-2 in games.

      Shibaev wins the 6th 11-2. Into a deciding game.

      5-1 Shibaev in the 7th.

      Shibaev wins 11-6.
      Last edited by Jonathan_; 09-20-2018 at 07:52 PM.

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      what a time out for Dyjas, he was down 3:4 in 3rd set and after time out took 8 points in a row.

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      what a situation with umpire with dyjas and carvalho in 4th set.
      Dyjas was leading 6:5 and after exchange carvalho send the ball to the side Edge of the table, ball drop down and the judge gave point for Dyjas and it was 7:5 and a minute later after towel break carvalho was talking that the point supposed to be for him Dyjas rejected but somehow umpire changed his decision and the point went back for carvalho with the score 6:6.

      Can anybody explain how is it possible??????

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      Results from Day 3 (Thu 20 September 2018):

      Men's Singles

      Round of 64:

      [1] Timo Boll 4:1 Lionel Weber [55]
      [35] Can Akkuzu 4:2 Lubomir Pistej [26]

      [47] Joao Geraldo 4:2 Cedric Nuytinck [29]
      [10] Liam Pitchford 4:2 Nandor Ecseki [52]

      [13] Daniel Habesohn 4:1 Jesus Cantero [54]
      [69] Marek Badowski 4:1 Kirill Skachkov [23]

      [31] Panagiotis Gionis 4:1 Hunor Szocs [39]
      [48] Anders Lind 4:3 Mattias Falck [7]

      [5] Patrick Franziska 4:2 Zsolt Peto [97]
      [22] Bojan Tokic 4:1 Alexandre Robinot [44]

      [17] Alvaro Robles 4:0 Yaroslav Zhmudenko [75]
      [12] Tiago Apolonia 4:2 Cristian Pletea [68]

      [57] Martin Allegro 4:0 Andrej Gacina [16]
      [28] Jon Persson 4:3 Tobias Rasmussen [73]

      [18] Benedikt Duda 4:1 Lubomir Jancarik [37]
      [3] Simon Gauzy 4:1 Pavel Platonov [58]

      [4] Marcos Freitas 4:0 Tomas Tregler [62]
      [20] Stefan Fegerl 4:1 Tomislav Pucar [33]

      [30] Wang Yang, SVK 4:0 Samuel Walker [43]
      [14] Ricardo Walther 4:0 Callum Evans [101]

      [11] Kou Lei, UKR 4:0 Niagol Stoyanov [42]
      [41] Benedek Olah 4:3 Tristan Flore [19]

      [24] Darko Jorgic 4:0 Vildan Gadiev [94]
      [8] Kristian Karlsson 4:0 Andreas Levenko [51]

      [6] Jonathan Groth 4:2 Yevhen Pryshchepa [61]
      [65] Diogo Carvalho 4:1 Jakub Dyjas [27]

      [25] Ovidiu Ionescu 4:1 Ewout Oostwouder [66]
      [15] Emmanuel Lebesson 4:3 Frane Kojic [64]

      [9] Vladimir Samsonov 4:1 Mihai Bobocica [38]
      [77] Truls Möregård 4:1 Pavel Sirucek [32]

      [40] Alexander Shibaev 4:3 Robert Gardos [21]
      [2] Dimitrij Ovtcharov 4:1 Robin Devos [53]


      Women's Singles


      Round of 64:

      [1] Sofia Polcanova 4:1 Danielle Konsbruck [80]
      [63] Irina Ciobanu 4:2 Hana Matelova [17]

      [18] Natalia Partyka 4:2 Ruta Pauskauskiene [58]
      [12] Britt Eerland 4:0 Alina Nikitchanka [73]

      [15] Petrissa Solja 4:2 Nadezhda Bogdanova [65]
      [55] Shao Jieni, POR 4:1 Alex Galic [31]

      [19] Maria Xiao, ESP 4:1 Tetyana Bilenko [34]
      [8] Georgina Pota 4:1 Oceane Guisnel [70]

      [6] Matilda Ekholm 4:0 Kornelija Riliskyte [96]
      [43] Stephanie Loeuillette 4:2 Viktoria Pavlovich [21]

      [26] Yana Noskova 4:1 Sara Ramirez [77]
      [9] Han Ying, GER 4:0 Karin Adamkova [50]

      [52] Izabela Lupulesku 4:1 Ni Xia Lian, LUX [10]
      [100] Aneta Kucerova 4:2 Rachel Moret [27]

      [46] Mateja Jeger 4:0 Dora Madarasz [30]
      [49] Margaryta Pesotska 4:1 Elizabeta Samara [3]

      [4] Bernadette Szocs 4:0 Li Fen, SWE [53]
      [42] Laura Gasnier 4:2 Sarah De Nutte [25]

      [24] Szandra Pergel 4:1 Dana Cechova [36]
      [16] Nina Mittelham 4:2 Sabina Surjan [94]

      [13] Polina Mikhailova 4:1 Aikaterini Toliou [56]
      [38] Tin-Tin Ho, ENG 4:1 Debora Vivarelli [32]

      [35] Amelie Solja 4:1 Galia Dvorak [28]
      [5] Li Qian, POL 4:0 Lisa Lung [64]

      [7] Fu Yu, POR 4:0 Jamila Laurenti [89]
      [37] Daniela Monteiro Dodean 4:2 Kristin Lang [22]

      [29] Katarzyna Grzybowska-Franc 4:1 Valeria Shcherbatykh [82]
      [11] Liu Jia, AUT 4:1 Linda Bergström [40]

      [14] Sabine Winter 4:0 Karoline Mischek [62]
      [20] Ganna Gaponova 4:0 Ozge Yilmaz [71]

      [47] Sofia-Xuan Zhang, ESP 4:1 Barbora Balazova [23]
      [2] Li Jie, NED 4:0 Anastasia Kolish [92]

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      Quote Originally Posted by Sali View Post
      what a situation with umpire with dyjas and carvalho in 4th set.
      Dyjas was leading 6:5 and after exchange carvalho send the ball to the side Edge of the table, ball drop down and the judge gave point for Dyjas and it was 7:5 and a minute later after towel break carvalho was talking that the point supposed to be for him Dyjas rejected but somehow umpire changed his decision and the point went back for carvalho with the score 6:6.

      Can anybody explain how is it possible??????
      i suppose the umpire cant change after give the point....hummm, strange decision.

      I just saw the situation, I would give Dyjas the point.
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      Dima is going to play Shibaev. Will Alexander be red-carded or only get a yellow one this time?

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      Quote Originally Posted by Ilia Minkin View Post
      Dima is going to play Shibaev. Will Alexander be red-carded or only get a yellow one this time?
      Wow...what happened last time??

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      Young Truls Moregard vs Old Vladi ..... The game I was waiting for . This boy Truls has a bright future . Really like to see him in upper rounds but he's got experienced Vladi ..

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      Dima and Vladi matches are going to be interesting

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      Wow...what happened last time??
      Temperament issues?

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      Liam has took out his first hurdle

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      Are the later stages going to be televised? Eurosport etc..

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      Karakasevic in mixed doubles now...

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      Quote Originally Posted by TTHopeful View Post
      Dima and Vladi matches are going to be interesting
      I think the Shibaev and Dima match will be interesting. Last time they played, there was a lot of tension. Shibaev was very much in Dima's face. IMHO, I think Shibaev has bad temperament.

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      So much time wasting in Dima-Shiba match.

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      Is Dan commentator? Sound's like his voice on Diogo Carvalho's game.
      "Table Tennis is a perfect combination of violent action taking place in a atmosphere of total tranquility"

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      In the Freitas - Fegerl match right now he definitely is.
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      Is Dan commentator? Sound's like his voice on Diogo Carvalho's game.

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      Freitas-Fegerl is a match worth the final.

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      In the Freitas - Fegerl match right now he definitely is.
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