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    • China

      40 86.96%
    • Korea Republic

      0 0%
    • Japan

      2 4.35%
    • Germany

      2 4.35%
    • Singapore

      0 0%
    • Hongkong

      0 0%
    • Austria

      0 0%
    • Portugal

      1 2.17%
    • (Other)

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      London 2012 Olympics (Teams)

      London 2012 Olympic Games ,28 July 2012 - 08 August 2012, London, England

      I think we've seen some amazing matches and big surprises the last few days during the Olympic Singles event. But we're just halfway! The Olympic Team event already starts tomorrow. Once again similar to that of Beijing Olympics in 2008, China occupy the top seeded places for the Men's and Women's Team event. The seedings have been based on the most recent ITTF World Ranking List published by the International Table Tennis Federation on Wednesday 4th July 2o12.


      Main Draw

      Men's Teams
      Women Teams

      Live Results and Schedule


      China's team at the Olympics in Beijing, 2008


      Men Teams Seeding:

      1)
      Zhang Jike, Ma Long, Wang Hao
      2) Joo Sae Hyuk, Oh Sang Eun, Ryu Seung Min
      3) Jun Mizutani, Koki Niwa, Seiya Kishikawa
      4) Timo Boll, Dimitrij Ovtcharov, Bastian Steger
      5) Gao Ning, Zhan Jian, Yang Zi
      6) Jiang Tianyi, Tang Peng, Leung, Chu Yan
      7) Robert Gardos, Chen Weixing, Werner Schlager
      8) Marcos Freitas, Tiago Apolonia, Joao Monteiro

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      Men's Teams Profiles


      Women Teams Seeding:

      1)
      Ding Ning, Li Xiaoxia, Guo Yue
      2) Kasumi Ishikawa, Ai Fukuhara, Sayaka Hirano
      3) Feng Tianwei, Wang Yuegu, Li Jiawei
      4) Kim Kyung Ah, Seok Ha Jung, Park Mi Young
      5) Yana Tie, Jiang Huajun, Lee Ho Ching
      6) Wu Jiaduo, Kirstin Silbereisen, Irene Ivancan
      7) Li Jiao, Li Jie, Elena Timina
      8) Ri Myong Sun, Kim Jong, Ri Mi Gyong

      Full List
      Women's Teams Profiles

      TableTennisDaily's promo video for the London 2012 Olympics!



      So now we will finally get to see the other top players! Ma Long, Ryu Seung Min, Koki Niwa, etc... Could they add a surprise to the upcoming Team Event? And in case China continues dominating in London, who will get the Silver and Bronze medal?

      We can use this thread as a means to display all the latest results, videos and news from this spectacular event! What are your predictions for each event?

      Last edited by Steven; 08-02-2012 at 08:34 PM.

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      I no doubt about China will take this one! The video is so awesome! Great work guy Just miss abbey road
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      Now we just try to predict about the runner-up team in the team event. I think German, Korea and Japan have the same opportunities and they all get into semi-final.

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      Do we really need a poll for this? hehehe should be a poll for silver instead
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      I Reckon
      Men:
      1) CHN
      2) KOR
      3) JPN
      4) GER - Steger isnt good enough for this imo lol
      Women:
      1)CHN
      2)SIN
      3)KOR
      4)JPN
      having seen the draw :P
      Last edited by jmillsy2; 08-03-2012 at 04:29 PM.

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      Quote Originally Posted by azlan View Post
      Do we really need a poll for this? hehehe should be a poll for silver instead
      According to the draw it will be Korea, interesting will be Bronze medal

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      Quote Originally Posted by Michal_Z View Post
      According to the draw it will be Korea, interesting will be Bronze medal

      Depends on if they can get past their neighbours from the north :P i think they might manage it though :P

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      I think Japan will surprise us all and take it . Jun Mizutani's performance is great.
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      So only one surprise so far..
      Only surprise of today was that Feng Tianwei lost to LI Qian .. I mean - who would expect that one?
      Lets see now, what in the men teams will happen

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      well... too bad for Portugal :l they will have to face Korea or Korea in the secound round! ^^
      but first, there's the first round ^^
      I just hope they perform well. a medal would be a miracle but who knows? ^^

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      Quote Originally Posted by Michal_Z View Post
      So only one surprise so far..
      Only surprise of today was that Feng Tianwei lost to LI Qian .. I mean - who would expect that one?
      Lets see now, what in the men teams will happen
      i reckoned it would happen- feng may have beaten kim k.a but kim piled herself under way too much pressure and played poor, feng usually sucks against defence (except against park mi young lol :P )
      perssson just blew a match point vs timo...

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      and persson beats boll 3-1! incredible result!
      drinkhall lost 3-1 though down to pitchford now!

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      where can I see germany vs. sweed ???

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      Germany beats Sweden.. only interesting match in men's team. Also, Ai Fukuhara owned Ariel Hsing easily :P Yay

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      Oh my oh my, this tells a lot..
      Timo has some serious problem I think..
      2 losses to euro players, that is not cool .. that is bad..

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      Quote Originally Posted by Michal_Z View Post
      Oh my oh my, this tells a lot..
      Timo has some serious problem I think..
      2 losses to euro players, that is not cool .. that is bad..
      well first was crisan, who is very very good vs boll- 14 wins v timo in bundesliga i think?
      and persson is an old master of the sport, and today he had a very good match, and gave a masterclass- timo didnt do much wrong, he was just comprehensively outplayed.
      he may pick up form, he may not...but that was certainly an emphatic way for jp to say goodbye to the olympics, thats for sure! :P

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      Hmm.. I did not see the match, couldnt find the stream anywhere..
      I hope we get some videos..
      It were not many of them lately

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      lol Gerell Par called a time out at 12:11 with Dimitrij Ovtcharov. And at the end of it Dimitrij started arguing to the umpire that the ball is broken. The swede's coach says: now you say the ball is broken, and the whole altercation starts that lasts at least for 3 minutes

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      China will take gold 110% !
      On second place I think that will be Japan , and third - Germany ))
      I think that Ovtcharov will shine again ! GO DIMA !

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