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      World Team Cup 2015

      2015 World Team Cup,08 Jan 2015 - 11 Jan 2015, Dubai, United Arab Emirates

      What a way to kick start the new year with the World Team Cup! The World Team Cup begins on the 8th January 2015 and concludes on Sunday the 11th January with a prize fund of $270,000 US Dollars!

      China (Xu Xin, Ma Long, Fan Zhendong, Zhang Jike, Fang Bo, Liu Guoliang) lead the Men's Team seedings at the World Team Cup 2015

      Main Draw

      TV Schedule: http://www.ittf.com/World_Events/201...V_Schedule.pdf

      Live matches from the World Team Cup can be watched in the ITTF Live Streaming which has playback on demand with integrated chat!


      Men's Team Entry List

      China, the World #1 have entered the World Team Cup as the #1 seed.


      China champions of the 2014 World Team Championships (Photo by: Xinhua/Li Peng)




      Women's Team Entry List


      China enter the tournament as the #1 seed (Photo by: english.jschina.com



      For full entries click here.

      Live matches from the World Team Cup can be watched in the ITTF Live Streaming which has playback on demand with integrated chat!

      Stay tuned for all the exciting action as we start the 2015 table tennis year with an incredible bang! !

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

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      Interesting no Dmitri or Timo for the German team? Any reason for this that anyone knows?

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      New year start with a Big Bang
      Spare weapon Ma Long personal blade W968 (FH) Neo Hurricane 3 Blue Sponge Tuned (BH) Tenergy 64

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      Also no JSH for Korea???

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      Jun Mizutani?

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      I think China team will win

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      Team China in an exhibition prior to the World Team Cup!

      Photos by: ITTF Facebook Page








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      Cant wait

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      I think that China won't have any opponent to win this 2015 World Team Cup. It is a pitty not to see stars like Boll, Ovtcharov, Mizutani... in their respective teams. However, it's gonna be fun to watch and see what happens!

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      I Can See that some countries do not care about this world cup such as Japan for both women and men team and Germany. So if the strongest opponent to china put their second players it will be boring

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      When first mens' teams will fight? after how many hours?

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      All teams (men and women) sent their B teams, all but singapoure and taipei and China..
      So this is clearly clean sweep for china, I will be really surprised, if China loses a set ..

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      IMO, it's kind of BS that no other country is sending their A sides to the tournament. This is why China deserves every medal or trophy they achieve. They work hard and take every competition seriously. Table tennis matches would be much more interesting that way. Currently, only Timo Boll and Samsonov show any chance of winning against a top Chinese player in form and they are close to retirement. Mizutani has still not fixed his FH and Ovtcharov has a long way to go.

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      when it'll start?

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      Its going on already..
      Right now Japan vs. Romania (women)

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      anyone know where i can watch any recordings of this (everything is blocked at my school)? And i have to agree with everyone else, seems Germany and Japan didn't even care about a CHANCE to win this year...

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      Round 2: China vs Austria

      Match 1: Xu Xin 3:0 Chen Weixing
      Match 2: Zhang Jike 3:0 Robert Gardos
      Match 3: Ma Long/Zhang Jike 3:0 Robert Gardos/Daniel Habesohn

      Live streaming here: http://bit.ly/1iRQipf

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      China are not on Table 1! Annoying!

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      Men's Quarter Final Results:

      China 3:0 Brazil

      Zhang Jike 3-1 Gustavo Tsuboi
      Fan Zhendong 3-0 Hugo Calderano
      Ma Long/Fan Zhendong 3:0 Thiago Monteiro/Gustavo Tsuboi

      Korea 0:3 Chinese Taipei

      Jeong Sangeun 2-3 Chiang Hung-Chieh
      Kim Minseok 2-3 Chen Chien-An
      Kim Donghyun/Jeong Sangeun 2-3 Huang Sheng-Sheng/Chiang Hung-Chieh

      Portugal 3-2 Japan

      Marcos Freitas 3-2 Yuto Muramatus
      Tiago Apolonia 2-3 Yuya Oshima
      Joao Monteiro/Tiago Apolonia 1-3 Masataka Morizono OSHIMA Yuya
      Marcos Freitas 3-0 Masataka Morizono
      Joao Monteiro 3-2 Yuto Muramatsu

      Germany 0:3 Austria

      Ruwen Filus 0-3 Stefan Fegerl
      Steffen Mengel 1-3 Robert Gardos
      Bastian Steger/Steffen Mengel 0-3 Daniel Habesohn/Robert Gardos

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