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      Damn. Jiaji Wu is in the lead. 2 x 1

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      Wu Jiaji is up 3-2!!!

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      Wow!! COME ON HUGOOOOO!!!! 3 x 3

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      HUGO IS THE CHAMPION OF THE 2019 PAN AMERICAN GAMES!!!
      AND A BACKFLIP TO CELEBRATE!!
      What a legend.





      Tough game though, not gonna lie.


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      Wow Hugo got in the winning mindset and completely dominated the 7th game, 11-2, to take the win!

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      What a killer. Hugo was not my favorite but he really deserved this win. Good job!

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      Men Singles

      Gold Hugo Calderano Brazil WR 6
      Silver Wu Jiaji Dominican Republic WR 648
      Bronze Kanak Jha USA WR 33
      Bronze Eugene Wang Canada WR 237
      Last edited by Loopadoop; 08-09-2019 at 01:09 AM.

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      USA teams men and women advance to semifinals.

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      Any live stream from this competition ?

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      Quote Originally Posted by PiZa View Post
      Any live stream from this competition ?
      Some TV there, I don't have a link.

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      Quote Originally Posted by NextLevel View Post
      Mizuki Oikawa was one of the players who beat out Wu Jiaji in the group stage at the Croatian Open as one example. Mizuki Oikawa beat Timo Boll in the German league.

      Kanak's rating is partly enhanced by his result in North American events. Same with Heming Hu, who is Oceania champ and WR 75 despite having no significant world tour performances.

      I wonder what you will write when Juan Liu wins the US trials. You will make it sound like an upset of monumental proportions, won't you, given that she has no ranking but is beating ItTf top 100 players easily?
      I feel like it would have been a significant upset if Kanak *had* beaten Wu Jiaji, lol. Although perhaps Wu's level has dropped since he left the CNT.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Trismegistus View Post
      I feel like it would have been a significant upset if Kanak *had* beaten Wu Jiaji, lol. Although perhaps Wu's level has dropped since he left the CNT.
      My view, Jha tends to play conservatively, early in some matches, probably if he has never played them before, this causes him to get behind, he usually comes back but sometimes he doesn't, so he gets beaten or upset by a player with a worse world ranking.

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      USA Teams
      Men win semifinal 3-1
      Women lose semifinal 2-3

      Lily Zhang lost the 5th deciding match match 0-3

      ....
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      I was not expecting that at all! Melanie Diaz won the last match against Bruna Takahashi to win the gold to Puerto Rico.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Loopadoop View Post
      My view, Jha tends to play conservatively, early in some matches, probably if he has never played them before, this causes him to get behind, he usually comes back but sometimes he doesn't, so he gets beaten or upset by a player with a worse world ranking.
      Wu Jiaji took 3 games off Calderano. Kanak couldn't take 1. LEt's keep some perspective here.
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      Men Team Final

      USA 3-2 ARG

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      Quote Originally Posted by NextLevel View Post
      Wu Jiaji took 3 games off Calderano. Kanak couldn't take 1. LEt's keep some perspective here.
      That indicates he was playing at a high level for this tournament. His #648 World Ranking history doesn't show him playing at that level.

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