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      Quote Originally Posted by SFF_lib View Post
      Does that mean Xu Xin has earned a men's single ticket in the Tokyo Olympic?
      Simple answer is no.

      The Asian Championship is a team qualification event for 2020 Tokyo Olympics, meaning the winners in the Men's Team and Women's Team shall qualify for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics Team Events.

      And each team event qualifier will automatically qualify 2 spots for the Men’s Single and Women’s Single respectively. But it will be up to the national team/association to decide who to play.
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      Men's Singles

      Round of 128 (selected results):

      [1] Xu Xin 3:2 Wang Tai-Wei (11:8, 11:2, 9:11, 13:15, 11:3)
      An Ji Song, PRK 3:2 Wong Chun Ting [7] (11:5, 11:5, 4:11, 4:11, 12:10)


      Round of 64 (selected results):

      [6] Jang Woojin 3:1 Harmeet Desai (7:11, 11:2, 11:5, 11:5)
      [10] Jeoung Youngsik 3:0 Ham Yu Song, PRK (11:5, 11:5, 11:8)
      Manav Vikash Thakkar 3:2 Kazuhiro Yoshimura [12] (10:12, 11:13, 16:14, 11:4, 11:9)
      Takuya Jin 3:2 Achanta Sharath Kamal [13] (4:11, 11:5, 7:11, 11:6, 14:12)
      An Ji Song, PRK 3:0 Kim Minhyeok (11:2, 11:5, 11:6)
      Liao Cheng-Ting 3:2 Kirill Gerassimenko (12:10, 8:11, 11:7, 9:11, 11:8)


      Round of 32 (selected results):

      [3] Lin Gaoyuan 3:0 Yukiya Uda (11:6, 11:4, 11:7)
      [5] Liang Jingkun 3:1 Ho Kwan Kit (11:7, 9:11, 11:1, 11:5)
      [10] Jeoung Youngsik 3:1 Nima Alamian (10:12, 11:5, 11:8, 11:4)
      [11] Sathiyan Gnanasekaran 3:1 Noshad Alamiyan (8:11, 11:7, 11:6, 11:5)
      [14] Chen Chien-An 3:0 Amalraj Anthony (11:6, 11:8, 11:8)
      An Ji Song 3:0 Peng Wang-Wei (11:6, 13:11, 11:3)
      Liao Cheng-Ting 3:0 Manav Vikash Thakkar (11:9, 11:6, 11:3)


      Round of 16:

      [1] Xu Xin 3:1 Maharu Yoshimura [15] (7:11, 11:8, 11:2, 11:5)
      [8] Lee Sangsu 3:2 Takuya Jin (9:11, 11:7, 8:11, 11:7, 11:5)

      [10] Jeoung Youngsik 3:2 Liang Jingkun [5] (9:11, 4:11, 11:6, 11:4, 11:7)
      [4] Tomokazu Harimoto 3:0 Chen Chien-An [14] (11:5, 11:9, 12:10)

      [3] Lin Gaoyuan 3:0 An Jaehyun [16] (11:9, 11:8, 11:9)
      [11] Sathiyan Gnanasekaran 3:0 An Ji Song (11:7, 11:8, 11:6)

      [9] Wang Chuqin 3:2 Jang Woojin [6] (12:10, 11:13, 11:1, 5:11, 11:5)
      [2] Fan Zhendong 3:0 Liao Cheng-Ting (11:4, 11:5, 11:4)


      Quarter-finals:

      [1] Xu Xin 3:0 Lee Sangsu [8] (11:7, 11:6, 11:3)
      [4] Tomokazu Harimoto 3:0 Jeoung Youngsik [10] (11:8, 11:7, 11:5)

      [3] Lin Gaoyuan 3:1 Sathiyan Gnanasekaran [11] (11:7, 11:5, 8:11, 11:8)
      [2] Fan Zhendong 3:0 Wang Chuqin [9] (11:8, 12:10, 11:6)


      Semi-finals:

      [1] Xu Xin 3:0 Tomokazu Harimoto [4] (11:4, 11:9, 11:9)
      [3] Lin Gaoyuan 3:0 Fan Zhendong [2] (11:7, 11:6, 11:3)


      Final:

      [1] Xu Xin 3:1 Lin Gaoyuan [3] (11:6, 6:11, 11:2, 11:8)


      Source: https://www.ittf.com/tournament/5068...championships/

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      Women's Singles

      Round of 128 (selected results):

      Zhu Chengzu, HKG 3:0 Suthasini Sawettabut (11:8, 11:3, 11:6)


      Round of 64 (selected results):

      [3] Wang Manyu 3:0 Pyon Song Gyong, PRK (11:5, 11:8, 11:3)
      [4] Liu Shiwen 3:1 Minnie Soo Wai Yam (11:6, 8:11, 11:9, 11:3)
      [6] Kasumi Ishikawa 3:2 Kim Nam Hae, PRK (13:11, 12:10, 10:12, 7:11, 11:6)
      [9] Doo Hoi Kem 3:0 Yang Haeun (11:3, 12:10, 11:7)
      [10] Feng Tianwei 3:1 Kim Jinju, PRK (4:11, 11:3, 11:7, 11:6)
      Ayhika Mukherjee 3:2 Chen Szu-Yu [15] (6:11, 11:7, 9:11, 11:7, 11:9)
      Lee Ho Ching 3:0 Lin Ye, SGP (11:6, 11:9, 11:7)
      Saki Shibata 3:1 Cheng Hsien-Tzu (8:11, 11:7, 11:3, 11:9)


      Round of 32 (selected results):

      [1] Chen Meng 3:0 Zhu Chengzhu (11:6, 11:8, 11:9)
      [2] Ding Ning 3:2 Cha Hyo Sim (7:11, 5:11, 11:4, 12:10, 11:7)
      [3] Wang Manyu 3:1 Yu Mengyu (9:11, 11:3, 11:9, 11:6)
      [4] Liu Shiwen 3:1 Saki Shibata (11:6, 8:11, 11:5, 12:10)
      [5] Sun Yingsha 3:0 Lee Eunhye (11:9, 11:8, 11:9)
      [6] Kasumi Ishikawa 3:0 Manika Batra (11:9, 11:8, 11:4)
      [7] Miu Hirano 3:2 Liu Hsing-Yin (11:8, 11:6, 6:11, 6:11, 11:1)
      Shin Yubin 3:2 Cheng I-Ching [8] (11:2, 12:10, 9:11, 7:11, 11:8)
      [10] Feng Tianwei 3:1 Archana Girish Kamath (11:9, 11:9, 9:11, 11:4)
      Lee Ho Ching 3:1 Suh Hyowon [11] (3:11, 12:10, 14:12, 11:8)
      [13] Hitomi Sato 3:0 Madhurika Patkar (11:6, 11:9, 11:4)
      [14] Jeon Jihee 3:1 Sutirtha Mukherjee (14:12, 12:10, 9:11, 11:5)


      Round of 16:

      [1] Chen Meng 3:0 Miyu Kato [16] (11:3, 11:7, 11:5)
      [10] Feng Tianwei 3:0 Shin Yubin (11:9, 11:6, 11:8)

      [6] Kasumi Ishikawa 3:1 Lee Ho Ching (9:11, 11:9, 11:5, 16:14)
      [4] Liu Shiwen 3:1 Kim Song I [12] (11:9, 11:13, 11:4, 11:7)

      [3] Wang Manyu 3:0 Jeon Jihee [14] (11:4, 11:6, 11:8)
      [5] Sun Yingsha 3:0 Hitomi Sato [13] (11:5, 11:5, 11:3)

      [7] Miu Hirano 3:1 Doo Hoi Kem [9] (11:8, 10:12, 11:6, 11:7)
      [2] Ding Ning 3:1 Ayhika Mukherjee (11:5, 11:13, 11:4, 11:9)


      Quarter-finals:

      [1] Chen Meng 3:0 Feng Tianwei [10] (11:6, 11:7, 11:8)
      [4] Liu Shiwen 3:0 Kasumi Ishikawa [6] (11:7, 11:8, 11:4)

      [5] Sun Yingsha 3:0 Wang Manyu [3] (11:9, 11:7, 13:11)
      [2] Ding Ning 3:0 Miu Hirano [7] (11:8, 13:11, 11:4)


      Semi-finals:

      [4] Liu Shiwen 3:1 Chen Meng [1] (11:9, 12:14, 11:2, 11:4)
      [5] Sun Yingsha 3:1 Ding Ning [2] (11:3, 11:1, 7:11, 11:9)


      Final:

      [5] Sun Yingsha 3:0 Liu Shiwen [4] (14:12, 11:8, 13:11)



      Source: https://www.ittf.com/tournament/5068...championships/


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      Men's Doubles

      Round of 32 (selected results):

      Ri Jong Sik/Ham Yu Song, PRK 3:1 Jeoung Youngsik/Lee Sangsu [3] (12:10, 10:12, 11:6, 11:9)


      Round of 16 (selected results):

      Lam Siu Hang/Ng Pak Nam, HKG 3:2 Yukiya Uda/Kazuhiro Yoshimura [7] (7:11, 11:4, 14:12, 8:11, 12:10)
      Maharu Yoshimura/Shunsuke Togami 3:0 Nima Alamian/Noshad Alamiyan [8] (11:4, 14:12, 11:7)


      Quarter-finals:

      [1] Fan Zhendong/Xu Xin 3:0 Jang Woojin/Cho Daeseong [5] (11:4, 11:7, 11:8)
      Maharu Yoshimura/Shunsuke Togami 3:1 Wong Chun Ting/Ho Kwan Kit [4] (13:15, 11:9, 12:10, 11:7)

      Lam Siu Hang/Ng Pak Nam, HKG 3:1 Ri Jong Sik/Ham Yu Song, PRK (6:11, 11:6, 11:8, 11:5)
      [2] Liang Jingkun/Lin Gaoyuan 3:2 Sathiyan Gnanasekaran/Achanta Sharath Kamal [6] (11:6, 10:12, 11:7, 8:11, 11:7)


      Semi-finals:

      [1] Fan Zhendong/Xu Xin 3:2 Maharu Yoshimura/Shunsuke Togami (4:11, 10:12, 11:6, 11:6, 11:5)
      [2] Liang Jingkun/Lin Gaoyuan 3:2 Lam Siu Hang/Ng Pak Nam, HKG (11:5, 11:8, 9:11, 8:11, 11:4)


      Final:

      [2] Liang Jingkun/Lin Gaoyuan 3:1 Fan Zhendong/Xu Xin [1] (6:11, 11:9, 11:8, 11:7)


      Source: https://www.ittf.com/tournament/5068...championships/


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      Women's Doubles

      Round of 16 (selected results):

      Minnie Soo Wai Yam/Zhu Chengzhu 3:0 Yu Mengyu/Lin Ye [8] (11:5, 13:11, 11:7)


      Quarter-finals:

      [1] Chen Meng/Wang Manyu 3:0 Yang Haeun/Jeon Jihee [7] (11:3, 11:4, 11:9)
      [3] Miu Hirano/Kasumi Ishikawa 3:0 Minnie Soo Wai Yam/Zhu Chengzhu (11:2, 14:12, 13:11)

      [5] Saki Shibata/Hitomi Sato 3:1 Doo Hoi Kem/Lee Ho Ching [4] (11:8, 11:9, 6:11, 12:10)
      [2] Ding Ning/Zhu Yuling 3:1 Chen Szu-Yu/Cheng Hsien-Tzu [6] (11:4, 11:8, 8:11, 11:7)


      Semi-finals:

      [1] Chen Meng/Wang Manyu 3:1 Miu Hirano/Kasumi Ishikawa [3] (6:11, 11:7, 11:7, 11:5)
      [2] Ding Ning/Zhu Yuling 3:0 Saki Shibata/Hitomi Sato [5] (11:6, 11:7, 11:2)


      Final:

      [2] Ding Ning/Zhu Yuling 3:0 Chen Meng/Wang Manyu [1] (11:9, 11:4, 11:5)


      Source: https://www.ittf.com/tournament/5068...championships/


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      Mixed Doubles

      Round of 16 (selected results):

      Cho Daeseong/Shin Yubin 3:0 Chen Chien-An/Chen Szu-Yu [5] (11:7, 11:7, 11:6)


      Quarter-finals:

      [1] Xu Xin/Liu Shiwen 3:0 Ho Kwan Kit/Lee Ho Ching [8] (11:8, 11:3, 11:5)
      [4] Lee Sangsu/Jeon Jihee 3:0 Shunsuke Togami/Saki Shibata [7] (11:3, 11:2, 12:10)

      [3] Wong Chun Ting/Doo Hoi Kem 3:1 Yukiya Uda/Miyu Kato [6] (11:7, 11:6, 2:11, 11:6)
      [2] Wang Chuqin/Sun Yingsha 3:1 Cho Daeseong/Shin Yubin (11:5, 4:11, 11:4, 11:9)


      Semi-finals:

      [1] Xu Xin/Liu Shiwen 3:2 Lee Sangsu/Jeon Jihee [4] (4:11, 7:11, 12:10, 11:6, 11:6)
      [2] Wang Chuqin/Sun Yingsha 3:1 Wong Chun Ting/Doo Hoi Kem [3] (11:7, 11:6, 11:13, 13:11)


      Final:

      [1] Xu Xin/Liu Shiwen 3:1 Wang Chuqin/Sun Yingsha [2] (11:7, 7:11, 11:7, 11:7)


      Source: https://www.ittf.com/tournament/5068...championships/



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      FZD looks increasingly ordinary when playing against top quality opponents. No special trick up his sleeve to get out of tough situation. Same game play for all seasons. Even his normal power game is not effective because he misses so many of his bread and butter shots. Will he go Zhu Yuling way ? Time will tell...

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      Quote Originally Posted by zeio View Post
      You're telling me WMY/LGY is worse than ZYL/LJK?
      I can't say with surety since I'm not on the team but considering LGY was sidelined for the semis and finals, it seems he isn't regarded as highly as the others. Also if you remember, he was omitted from Korean Open for absolutely no reason and at a time whereby he was only 5 points apart from FZD (then ranked number 1) after having won the Hungarian and Hong Kong Opens so you really can't help but think there is something else at play (e.g. favouritism). As for WMY, she didn't win any individual event (Singles, Doubles) except for Team so being sidelined is unsurprising, particularly since SYS is taking over her spot as the seemingly invincible/unbeatable newbie recently just as WMY had in (the first half of) 2018. Just my two-cents.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Janard View Post
      I can't say with surety since I'm not on the team but considering LGY was sidelined for the semis and finals, it seems he isn't regarded as highly as the others. Also if you remember, he was omitted from Korean Open for absolutely no reason and at a time whereby he was only 5 points apart from FZD (then ranked number 1) after having won the Hungarian and Hong Kong Opens so you really can't help but think there is something else at play (e.g. favouritism). As for WMY, she didn't win any individual event (Singles, Doubles) except for Team so being sidelined is unsurprising, particularly since SYS is taking over her spot as the seemingly invincible/unbeatable newbie recently just as WMY had in (the first half of) 2018. Just my two-cents.
      I personally don't read too much into it. Check out the group photos from WTTC 2019, taken from the CTTA official site.

      Before
      http://www.ctta.cn/xwzx/ppxw/2019/0409/230761.html



      After
      http://www.ctta.cn/xwzx/ppxw/2019/0429/232089.html


      Then, the CTTA has just released the revised lineups for the Swedish and German Opens. More like the pecking order that the public would expect, but still not necessarily representing the Olympic selections.

      http://www.ctta.cn/xhgg/qttz/2019/0923/291002.html
      中国乒协关于对近期赛事参赛名单进行动态调整的公告
      2019-09-23 14:15中国乒乓球协会

        鉴于今年9-12月国际乒联世界巡回赛、亚洲锦标赛和世界杯等赛事安排密集,结合国家队奥运备战实际情况并针对运动员防伤防病等综合因素的考虑,经国家队教练组商议后,决定对近期国家队参赛人员名单进行动态调整,调整后的参赛名单如下:

        瑞典站参赛名单:

        男单14人:许昕、樊振东、林高远、梁靖崑、王楚钦、方博、闫安、孙闻、于子洋、周启豪、刘丁硕、赵子豪、张煜东、徐海东

        女单13人:丁宁、刘诗雯、陈梦、王曼昱、朱雨玲、孙颖莎、王艺迪、陈幸同、顾玉婷、张瑞、刘斐、钱天一、刘炜珊

        男双2对:许昕/樊振东,林高远/梁靖崑

        女双2对:丁宁/陈梦,王曼昱/孙颖莎

        混双2对:许昕/刘诗雯,林高远/王曼昱

        德国站参赛名单:

        男单14人:许昕、樊振东、林高远、梁靖崑、王楚钦、方博、闫安、孙闻、于子洋、周启豪、刘丁硕、赵子豪、张煜东、徐海东(其中闫安、张煜东、徐海东3人未接受报名,在候补人员名单)

        女单10人:陈梦、王曼昱、孙颖莎、王艺迪、陈幸同、顾玉婷、张瑞、刘斐、钱天一、刘炜珊

        男双2对:樊振东/林高远,许昕/梁靖崑

        女双2对:陈梦/顾玉婷,王曼昱/孙颖莎

        混双2对:许昕/孙颖莎,王楚钦/王曼昱

        女子世界杯参赛名单:

        刘诗雯、朱雨玲

        附件:2019年9-12月主要赛事时间安排

        中国乒乓球协会

        2019年9月23日

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      http://sports.sina.com.cn/others/pin...u6740682.shtml
        对比起一年后的奥运会,马琳说:“这个比赛只是体力累,奥运会是压力大,脑子累,精力累,奥运会的赛程可能不会这么紧张,现在说奥运会还远一些,我觉得从现在开始,对于混双选手都是一个不断摸索和磨合的过程,虽然混双他们拿了世界冠军,但是他们混双的对手毕竟不是单打,相对陌生一些,我觉得慢慢会越来越好。”
      Compared with the Olympic Games a year later, Ma Lin said: "This tournament is just physically exhausting. The Olympics is stressful, tiring for the brain, and tiring for the mind. The Olympic schedule may not be so tight. It's still a bit early to speak about the Olympics now. I feel from now on, it is a process of continuous exploration and break-in for the XD players, although they won the WTTC in XD, their XD opponents are not the singles after all, whom are relatively unfamiliar, I feel it will get better and better."

      https://www.tv-tokyo.co.jp/tabletenn...09/006115.html
      また張本は、まだ1度も勝ったことのない許キンに対し、「出足はいい入りができて1ゲーム目を取れたんですけど、そこから相手のサーブがなかなか取れず、4ゲーム目の最後になって、やっとチキータが入るようになりました」とレシーブが思うようにいかなかったことを明かした。特に流れを持って行かれた第2ゲーム、7オールから5連続ポイントされた場面についてこう振り返る。

      「その前の6オールで相手がサーブをバック前に出してきて、それは自分が得意のボールだったので(ポイントできた)。次はフォア前に来るとわかっていたけど回転が強くて、(左利きの)相手のバック側にチキータしたボールも自分のフォア側に返って来るのがわかっていたのに取れなかった。1球の質のレベルが違いました」

      許キンは現在29歳。16歳の張本とは一回り以上、年が離れているが、たとえベテランと呼ばれるようになっても「以前ほど動けない中で一撃で決めて来る」と張本は言う。許キンの一撃といえば粘り強いラリーの中で繰り出す強烈なペンドライブ型のフォアハンドだ。「大事なところで絶対にフォアハンドを使ってくる。それがわかっていても取れないほどの威力」と張本。さらに許キンのサーブに関しても、「軌道が本当に低くて短いので、来る場所がわかっているのに手が出ない状況でした」と説明している。

      まさに衰え知らずの許キン。彼を打ち砕く手立てを張本はどう考えているのだろう?

      「1ゲーム目を取るのは必ずですけど、2ゲーム目の出だしから慣れられてしまうので、1ゲーム目を取って2ゲーム目も押し切って、相手を緊張させることが大事。ゲームカウント1-1に並ばれると相手も開き直ってくるので、大量リードしないと難しいと思います」

      張本は19日から男子シングルスに臨む。2回戦からの登場となり、ベスト8までは中国人選手とあたらない組み合わせだ。

      「ベスト8までは絶対に負けない。順調に行けば梁靖崑選手とメダル決定戦であたる可能性があるので、そこを突破して、(決勝で)許キン選手にリベンジしたい気持ちはあります」と自身初の選手権大会メダル獲得に意欲を燃やした。
      http://sports.sina.com.cn/others/pin...u6776648.shtml
        张本智和此前一次都没赢过许昕,他说:“虽然一开始还不错,拿到了第一局,但是此后就再也接不好对手的发球了。第四局好不容易才反手能适应打回来。”但是接发球却还是不能像自己想的那样有效果。

        特别是第二局,出现了7平被连续拿5分的场面,张本智和说:“6平的时候,我知道对手的发球会打反手,这是我比较舒服的位置,下一个球他就会回正手,只是回来的球旋转太厉害,对手是左手反手弹这一下肯定是我的正手,但是我就是事先能读解也没法打回去,因为球的质量水平太不一样了。”

        许昕现在29岁,张本是16岁,作为老将,张本说:“他不像以前那样跑动了,而是一击就决定比分。”确实许昕在拉力中这种强烈的正手一击能力,是作为直拍选手的强项。张本说:“关键时刻,他绝对用正手,但是就是知道他会用,也没有办法抵挡他的威力。”

        对于许昕的发球,张本智和说:“球的路线真的又低又平,就是知道来的位置,也很难对应。”

        面对许昕,张本也在考虑如何战胜他的方法。张本说:“第一局能拿一定要先拿,第二局被对手适应了后,也要压上去打,让对手紧张起来,如果比分变成1比1的话,对手就会觉得自己有了对应措施,所以不大比分领先的话,很难赢。”

        19日开始进入男子单打比赛,张本会从第二轮开始登场,直到8强前都不会碰到中国选手。

        张本智和说:“到八强我肯定不会输,进8强后,会和梁靖崑打,决定是否能够获得奖牌。如果突破了的话,希望再次挑战一下许昕。”
      In Harimoto's interview with TV Tokyo after the team final, he said that despite taking the G1, he couldn't receive XX's serve well afterward. His chiquita got around it in the 4th game, but it still didn't go as expected.
      G2 in particular, where he lost the next 5 after 7:7[7:6]. Before 6:6, XX would serve to his BH, where he was good at returning. He knew the next one would go for his FH, yet the spin was so strong. He knew XX's chiquita would come back to his FH, but he just couldn't return it due to the difference in quality.

      Harimoto added that XX doesn't run like he used to now, and instead goes for winners. He will definitely use his FH when necessary, given its threat even if you could see it coming. On XX's serve, he said the trajectory was so low and short, that he couldn't get around it even if he knew where it would land ahead of time.

      On how to beat XX, he said, taking G1 is a must, and even if he adapts in G2, press on hard. If the game count becomes 1-1, he'd find a way back in. It's difficult unless you have a big lead.

      "I will not lose before QF. Will meet LJK in SF if all goes well. I want to breakthrough and settle the score with XX in the final."

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      Quote Originally Posted by zeio View Post
      I personally don't read too much into it. Check out the group photos from WTTC 2019, taken from the CTTA official site.

      Then, the CTTA has just released the revised lineups for the Swedish and German Opens. More like the pecking order that the public would expect, but still not necessarily representing the Olympic selections.

      http://www.ctta.cn/xhgg/qttz/2019/0923/291002.html
      True, they can say something but also nothing. Interestingly though, assuming the following article from Sohu is reliable:

      今天中国乒协宣布调整10月国乒参赛名单,主要就是丁宁、刘诗雯、朱雨玲不参加德国公开赛。中国女乒主教练李隼在接受《乒乓世界》采访时说:“今年女队接下来的重点比赛是女子世界杯、世界杯团体赛和年终总决赛,尤其世界杯团体赛,更是重中之重。女子世界杯单打和世界杯团体都很重要。尤其是世界杯团体,在东京,又是奥运赛制,第一次将双打作为团体赛第一场。丁宁、刘诗雯、朱雨玲不参加德国公开赛,利用这段时间,除了身体的休整,也会根据世界杯团体赛比赛任务的不同,进行技术上的增补。”

      李隼的这一席话说得很明确了,11月6日-11月10日在东京代代木综合竞技馆举行的乒乓球团体世界杯,中国女乒的参赛阵容就是丁宁、刘诗雯、朱雨玲,而且很有可能是刚获得亚锦赛女双冠军的丁宁和朱雨玲配合打女双。
      IMO then, the four possible line-ups are:

      1) LSW-CM-SYS: This has been tested during ATTC2019 as we all know. Possibly the most logical in terms of overall ability and for the future (with some luck CM might still go to Paris 2024 and SYS perhaps reaching as far as 2028). Main downside is there wasn't any doubles to test the waters and LSW has never partnered SYS (as far as I know), CM/SYS's doubles hasn't achieved much while pairing LSW and CM (twice and won on both occasions) means making SYS the lead Singles (not sure if CNT will risk letting a young player take the very decisive matches 2 and 4).

      2) DN-LSW-ZYL: This trio is what the above article was alluding to, with DN/ZYL playing doubles and LSW as lead Singles for Team World Cup. This is the most tried-and-tested arrangement after Rio 2016 and before all three experienced meteoric falls in their respective careers, with LSW being the only one who has bounced back.

      3) DN-LSW-CM: A parallel version of (2) except DN to pair CM for doubles (intended partnership for both Swedish and German Opens) and LSW as lead Singles. Even with DN pulling out of GO, CM is still paired with a leftie.

      4) DN-LSW-SYS: This completely cuts off the 'mid-gen ladies, leaving SYS the only one with Olympics experience (whatever that means) by 2024 and also pushing her to be lead Singles since the DN/LSW doubles is an established one.

      Not sure, just rambling.

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      Random noob question:

      Why did it take so long for XX to master the RPB having Wang Hao himself available in the coach's team? Didn't they let WH available enough for Xu Xin?

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      Quote Originally Posted by lVegita View Post
      Random noob question:

      Why did it take so long for XX to master the RPB having Wang Hao himself available in the coach's team? Didn't they let WH available enough for Xu Xin?
      Coaching is not the Same thing as playing. Wang Hao and Xu Xin are very different players. While this is also specularion, the fact that Chen Qi is now Xu Xin's coach and is getting through to him technically shows that we sometimes teach best what we don't/didn't really do.
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      Yes, sure, but I was thinking more about the technique itself. Xu Xin could have his own coach, but couldn’t Wan Hao be useful assisting with the RPB alone?

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      Quote Originally Posted by lVegita View Post
      Yes, sure, but I was thinking more about the technique itself. Xu Xin could have his own coach, but couldn’t Wan Hao be useful assisting with the RPB alone?
      I had good vibes about WH as a coach but after he pretty much destroyed FZD and Xu Fei, it is safe to say that a great player is not necessarily great coach material.

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      Quote Originally Posted by drunix80 View Post
      I had good vibes about WH as a coach but after he pretty much destroyed FZD and Xu Fei, it is safe to say that a great player is not necessarily great coach material.
      Had good vibes about him and I still think he's okay, I think we should cut him some slack, When FZD was playing very well during 2017 and Majority of 2018 he was FZD's coach, I just think it's just the path that perhaps FZD chose in terms of style with the gap at the top being very close , his style can be very vulnerable, And since late 2017 that's he's steadily become more forehand oriented his backhand has fluctuated a lot, it seems like his backhand thrives on his confidence and the flow of the match, the tighter it gets in the match the worse it becomes nowadays, ML has this issue with his backhand too, Fan tactical acumen and adapting on the fly is very poor too, Since he's a bit more forehand dominant now one would think he'll work more on turning the corner and 3rd balls like XX to avoid uncertain backhand battles against backhand dominant top players, but he'll keep to being subjugated and error prone in backhand rallies and trying to rally and often losing his balance or getting out of position that top players outrally him frequently now, His backhand looks super impressive and his looping is amazing in training videos but matchday comes and he looks lost, Also His Timing is often off, Where Wang Hao comes in is especially about Xue Fei, I know not everybody is destined to be Olympic and World Champion but with Xue Fei as WH's protege, he's basically reached nowhere, Same as some other talents in the team that may not necessarily be the best players in the world but can and should definitely play better, I'm not faulting the system, but I feel personal and thorough man to man coaching will bring out a lot more in them

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      Found this gem on Sohu (Google translate)
      " On the day, Xu Wei, (Xu Xin) who is participating in the Asian Championships, announced that his wife Yao Yan had succeeded in producing a child and upgraded to be a dad. "

      http://www.sohu.com/a/342637443_4937...ex_pagerecom_4

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      Quote Originally Posted by Shine View Post
      Had good vibes about him and I still think he's okay, I think we should cut him some slack, When FZD was playing very well during 2017 and Majority of 2018 he was FZD's coach, I just think it's just the path that perhaps FZD chose in terms of style with the gap at the top being very close , his style can be very vulnerable, And since late 2017 that's he's steadily become more forehand oriented his backhand has fluctuated a lot, it seems like his backhand thrives on his confidence and the flow of the match, the tighter it gets in the match the worse it becomes nowadays, ML has this issue with his backhand too, Fan tactical acumen and adapting on the fly is very poor too, Since he's a bit more forehand dominant now one would think he'll work more on turning the corner and 3rd balls like XX to avoid uncertain backhand battles against backhand dominant top players, but he'll keep to being subjugated and error prone in backhand rallies and trying to rally and often losing his balance or getting out of position that top players outrally him frequently now, His backhand looks super impressive and his looping is amazing in training videos but matchday comes and he looks lost, Also His Timing is often off, Where Wang Hao comes in is especially about Xue Fei, I know not everybody is destined to be Olympic and World Champion but with Xue Fei as WH's protege, he's basically reached nowhere, Same as some other talents in the team that may not necessarily be the best players in the world but can and should definitely play better, I'm not faulting the system, but I feel personal and thorough man to man coaching will bring out a lot more in them
      I also heard in some forum that Chinese coaches are attributing FZD's form on his video gaming addiction. Not sure how true though.

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      Should FZD retire?

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