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      Japan National Championships 2019

      This year they will be held from January 14th to 20th in Osaka, thats why no Japanese player will show up in the ITTF Hungarian Open.


      Last year, in the Men's final, Harimoto ended Mizutani's reign while Ito also won her first crown in Women's finals and also won Doubles and Mixed Doubles to be a triple champion !


      here is the official site http://www.japantabletennis.com/zennihon2019/

      Lets post links and discuss here !

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      Possible options in the W.S.
      (my opinion may be wrong ...)

      To go to the top four, Mima Ito will need to play with Miyu Maeda, and if she wins either with Ando Minami or Hashimoto Honoka ...


      To get into the top four, Miu Hirano will have to beat Morizono Mizuki, and then Sato Hitomi.

      To get into the top four, Kasumi Ishikawa will have to beat Hayata Hina, then Marina Matsuzawa or Shibata Saki.

      the fourth participant is either Kato Miyu or Nagasaki Miyu ...

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      the level is very high and there is also an extra special prize to the winner:
      a participation in the World Championships in Hungary later this year

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      Suppose Mima Ito wins ...But she, after all, without this victory guarantees herself participation in Hungary ....

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      for WTTC, they will choose
      - the winner of Japan National Championships
      - the winner of the Qualification Tournament (they merged this event with the Top12 for this time)
      - basically the 3 best ranked players

      if there is some slots available because one of the 3 best ranked players wins 1 or 2 of the first listed events, they will attribute 1 or 2 wild cards [probably to a young promising player]

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      If Harimoto and Mima win the National Champs and Top 12 (Which they probably will..) I hope Yukiya Uda gets one of the wild cards. He seems very promising for me.

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      I would like Hina Hayata to come to Hungary ....
      How big are her chances of becoming the winner of a qualifying tournament?

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      Quote Originally Posted by Vlad Celler View Post
      I would like Hina Hayata to come to Hungary ....
      How big are her chances of becoming the winner of a qualifying tournament?


      https://www.tabletennisdaily.com/for...fiers-in-Japan


      Ok it was the first round, there is a second round coming. I thought she already won the qualifying tournament.
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      Live streaming for all 22 tables on JTTA site @ http://live.jtta.or.jp/

      Day 1 starts at 10:00, Japan Standard Time.
      Day 2, 3, 4 start at 08:30.
      Day 5, 6, 7 start at 09:00.

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      Quote Originally Posted by zeio View Post
      Live streaming for all 22 tables on JTTA site @ http://live.jtta.or.jp/

      Day 1 starts at 10:00, Japan Standard Time.
      Day 2, 3, 4 start at 08:30.
      Day 5, 6, 7 start at 09:00.
      Wow. Even for WTTC ITTF doesn't stream that many. Should definitely take note. Props to JTTA.
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      Main draw for:
      XD starts on Day 1, at 16:50
      Ito/Morizono, 5201
      Yoshimura/Ishikawa, 5217

      WD starts on Day 4, at 14:00
      Ito/Hayata, 4401
      Ishikawa/Hirano, 4407
      Sato/Hashimoto, 4408

      MD starts on Day 4, at 14:35
      Mizutani/Oshima, 3401
      Harimoto/Kizukuri, 3406

      WS starts on Day 4, at 15:10
      Ito, 2401
      Maeda, 2404
      Hashimoto, 2405
      Ando, 2408
      Shibata, 2412
      Hayata, 2413
      Ishikawa, 2416
      Kato M, 2420
      Nagazaki, 2421
      Mori, 2424
      Sato, 2425
      Hirano, 2432

      MS starts on Day 4, at 16:50
      Harimoto, 1401
      Yoshimura M, 1406
      Oshima, 1409
      Hirano Y, 1411
      Morizono M, 1416
      Matsudaira KT, 1417
      Togami, 1422
      Kizukuri, 1423
      Matsudaira KJ, 1424
      Niwa, 1427
      Ueda, 1430
      Mizutani, 1432

      Yukiya Uda will start on Day 3, at 14:45, 1214.
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      Quote Originally Posted by zeio View Post
      Main draw for:
      XD starts on Day 1, at 16:50
      Ito/Morizono, 5201
      Yoshimura/Ishikawa, 5217

      WD starts on Day 4, at 14:00
      Ito/Hayata, 4401
      Ishikawa/Hirano, 4407
      Sato/Hashimoto, 4408

      MD starts on Day 4, at 14:35
      Mizutani/Oshima, 3401
      Harimoto/Kizukuri, 3406

      WS starts on Day 4, at 15:10
      Ito, 2401
      Maeda, 2404
      Hashimoto, 2405
      Ando, 2408
      Shibata, 2412
      Hayata, 2413
      Ishikawa, 2416
      Kato M, 2420
      Nagazaki, 2421
      Mori, 2424
      Sato, 2425
      Hirano, 2432

      MS starts on Day 4, at 16:50
      Harimoto, 1401
      Yoshimura M, 1406
      Oshima, 1409
      Hirano Y, 1411
      Morizono M, 1416
      Matsudaira KT, 1417
      Togami, 1422
      Kizukuri, 1423
      Matsudaira KJ, 1424
      Niwa, 1427
      Ueda, 1430
      Mizutani, 1432
      Yukiya Uda will start on Day 3, at 14:45, 1214.
      Thanks for providing when the various events start. What do the numbers after the player's names mean?

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      I think the number of the match.

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      Those are match numbers on the brackets. Take 1401, for example, 1 = Men's Singles, 4 = 4th round, 01 = Match 1.

      1 = MS, 2 = WS, 3 = MD, 4 = WD, 5 = XD, 6 = JB, 7 = JG

      You can use that number to look up the match table @ http://live.jtta.or.jp/match. The time shown will be adjusted to your time zone.

      MS
      http://www.japantabletennis.com/zenn...20181207ms.pdf
      WS
      http://www.japantabletennis.com/zenn...20181207ws.pdf
      MD
      http://www.japantabletennis.com/zenn...md20181220.pdf
      WD
      http://www.japantabletennis.com/zenn...20181213wd.pdf
      XD
      http://www.japantabletennis.com/zenn...0181207mwd.pdf
      JB
      http://www.japantabletennis.com/zenn...sj20190107.pdf
      JG
      http://www.japantabletennis.com/zenn...12/wsj1210.pdf
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      now watching table 18, Mixed Doubles to watch Harimoto Miwa the young sister of Tomokazu (still an elementary school 4th grader) !!! she 's playing with a young player called Hoshi (?)

      They're playing against very good players, Kazuhiro Chan and Misaki Morizono.
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      XD - apparently, Ito-Morizono vs Nagasaki-Harimoto?
      It will be interesting to see ...

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      Quote Originally Posted by Vlad Celler View Post
      XD - apparently, Ito-Morizono vs Nagasaki-Harimoto?
      It will be interesting to see ...
      not sure but I think Semis have not been played yet

      MORIZONO/ITO vs TAZOE/HAMAMOTO
      UEMURA/ABE vs HARIMOTO/NAGASAKI

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      Your opinion, who will be in the final?

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      Quote Originally Posted by Vlad Celler View Post
      Your opinion, who will be in the final?
      it would be a great surprise if it wasn't MORIZONO/ITO vs HARIMOTO/NAGASAKI

      never even heard about UEMURA and ABE. They must be young players

      In the final I think MORIZONO/ITO will win they are a more balanced team I believe.

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