ITTF World Team Table Tennis Championships Finals Busan 2024

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Yes, apparently CNT is considering replacing Ma Lin with Tony to coach the women's team to new heights.

Remember, CNT has so much special treatment that it is almost impossible even for elite players to beat them. Only players outside top 150 have a chance to win matches against them.
China won, you can stop your tantrum now, gosh, how old are you?
 
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WYD demonstrates how to get 1.4 billion people to turn on her.

王艺迪真的喜欢专挑大赛或者是高级一点的商业赛书 (WYD really has a knack for losing in major comps or relatively high-level commercial comps)
https://tieba.baidu.com/p/8898106995

Man, WYD's naivety is off the charts.

啊,这很难评!! (Ah, this is difficult to comment!!)
https://tieba.baidu.com/p/8889714446
(Caption at the top: A Prodigy as Well)
WYD: Wasn't I WR2 when they entered me for Asian Games 2022, and yet I got chewed out?!
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Source video (likely taken after national championships where WYD defended her WS title and Jiangsu won WT according to the speculation of the Tieba's mod):
https://weibo.com/5238598230/NFpEj0sKm
And the poster's comment:

I really want to interview Wang Yidi about how she felt aggrieved when she lost to Japan on the National Day with someone else’s spot? Do you dare to pat on your chest and say that your spot was earned fair and square? Didn't you know how you came to be ranked 2nd in the world at that time? Drank too much Maotai and really thought it was by virtue of results? At the Asian Games, on behalf of the CTTA, you gave a silver medal to the Japanese as a gesture of host! Wang Yidi, how generous you are! After all, you, Wang Yidi, has contributed so much to Hayata’s accomplishment!

昨天迪吃饭视屏谁发出来的 (Who posted WYD's dining video yesterday)
https://tieba.baidu.com/p/8889819398

今天的《乒乓世界》登载了王艺迪的2023…… (Table Tennis World published today an article on WYD's 2023...)
https://tieba.baidu.com/p/8878070973
 
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If you're gonna dish it, then you can take it.
If players outside 150 can win matches against top Chinese players, then it isn't "nearly impossible" as you claim.
Funny when I talked to you about how good HT is, when he beat 2 CNT players (WR1 and WR2) in 2022, how you been dodgy that fact. Everyone on TTD can be the witness of this.

And with the Indians, no single player took 2 and here you are with your tantrums.
If you willing to debate or discuss, I will entertain you, but you obvious just want to throw your tantrums, so go ahead. I'm not going to waste my time
 
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I was just curious and browsed ITTF stats and saw this:


2023 - ITTF-ATTU Asian Championships, Pyeong Chang (KOR)
MUKHERJEE Ayhika (IND) vs CHEN Xingtong (CHN)
WS Main Draw - R32 | 2 - 3 (11:2 11:6 8:11 9:11 3:11 )

Total point score was 42 x 41
So Ayhika actually won more points against CXT
 
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2023 ITTF-ATTU Asian Championships, Pyeong Chang (KOR) ITO Mima (JPN) MUKHERJEE Ayhika (IND) WT Main Draw QuarterFinal 3 - 0 11:7 15:13 11:8 ITO Mima


2023 WTT Contender, Tunis (TUN) MUKHERJEE Ayhika (IND) NAGASAKI Miyu (JPN) WS Main Draw R16 0 - 3 5:11 9:11 10:12 NAGASAKI Miyu

2023 WTT Contender, Tunis (TUN) MUKHERJEE Ayhika (IND) WANG Xiaotong (CHN) WS Main Draw R32 3 - 0 11:8 11:3 11:2 MUKHERJEE Ayhika

2023 Asian Games, Hangzhou (CHN) ZENG Jian (SGP) MUKHERJEE Ayhika (IND) WT Qualification 3 - 1 7:11 11:2 11:7 12:10 ZENG Jian

2023 WTT Star Contender, Bangkok (THA) YANG Ha Eun (KOR) MUKHERJEE Ayhika (IND) WS Qualification QR64 3 - 2 7:11 8:11 11:6 11:8 11:8 YANG Ha Eun


2022 WTT Contender, Muscat II (OMA) MUKHERJEE Ayhika (IND) MITTELHAM Nina (GER) WS Main Draw R32 0 - 3 9:11 8:11 9:11 MITTELHAM Nina

2022 WTT Feeder European Summer Series, Budapest (HUN) LEE Ho Ching (HKG) MUKHERJEE Ayhika (IND) WS Main Draw R32 2 - 4 12:10 4:11 8:11 11:6 9:11 10:12 MUKHERJEE Ayhika

2022 WTT Feeder, Otocec (SLO) MUKHERJEE Ayhika (IND) BERGSTROM Linda (SWE) WS Main Draw R32 3 - 4 11:3 11:7 5:11 9:11 11:6 7:11 7:11 BERGSTROM Linda

2022 WTT Feeder, Fremont (USA) MUKHERJEE Ayhika (IND) CHENG I-Ching (TPE) WS Main Draw R16 1 - 4 9:11 7:11 5:11 11:9 6:11 CHENG I-Ching

2022 WTT Star Contender, Doha (QAT) MUKHERJEE Ayhika (IND) KIM Hayeong (KOR) WS Qualification QR32 2 - 3 11:9 10:12 11:6 7:11 5:11 KIM Hayeong

2022 WTT Contender, Doha (QAT) MUKHERJEE Ayhika (IND) PAVADE Prithika (FRA) WS Qualification QR64 2 - 3 11:5 9:11 12:14 11:8 3:11 PAVADE Prithika

2022 Singapore Smash, Singapore (SGP) MONTEIRO DODEAN Daniela (ROU) MUKHERJEE Ayhika (IND) WS Qualification QR64 0 - 3 4:11 8:11 10:12 MUKHERJEE Ayhika


Seems like this player knows a thing or two about playing high level table tennis.
Despite her low world ranking, which I suspect is from lack of oppurtunity to collect points (since there isn't much tournament partipation from ITTF stats), she has a very respectable win and loss against some reputable players.
 
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took part in 7 WTT in 2023. So many Qualification outs, but many of them were against much higher level players and loosing in the decider.

She only had 96 points, should she get an extra 50 or 90 points, that would push her to WR120~100.
India being in Asia is also one of this countries that can't benefit from continental point gifts.

I always tell players, it is important to know how you won and how you lost. and I think with Ayhika, it is a clear fact that, she may not have the WR on paper, or enough "wins", but if you look at how she lost (and was so close to winning so many), she is actually a very respectable opponent, especially she has good results against CNT in both singles and doubles.

So it is very important to look at stats and go deeper than just whining for the sake of whining.

Sun Tzu said "Know the enemy and know yourself in a hundred battles you will never be in peril. When you are ignorant of the enemy but know yourself, your chances of winning or losing are equal. If ignorant both of your enemy and of yourself, you are certain in every battle to be in peril."

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Malaysia ( aka Albino Unicorns ) is now leading two games versus Canada. MAS player won both MS#1 & MS#2.

CAN MS#1: Edward Ly.
CAN MS#2: Eugene Wang.
what a pity that our Malay friends couldn't seal it.
granted Eugene Wang is no longer the fearsome Wang Zhen of 10 years ago, but Edward is in good nick and on paper Canada is stronger by far.
A pity Malaysia didn't finish it off 3-0 and let Canada come back 3 at the end.

I actually wonder, what is stopping Malaysia from becoming a stronger TT country. It has a huge TT population, and has everything, but the players just need to move up 1 more level, then they up there with the rest.

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AUT 1-3 HKG
Polcanova 3-1 Zhu Chengzhu
Mischek 0-3 DHK
Liu Jia 0-3 Lee Ho Ching
Polcanova 1-2 -> 2-3 DHK
G3 45, 85, 811
G5 35, 45 DHK served into the net and TO for DHK, 65, 67, 77, 78, 88, 811
Interesting stats for DHK (82% win rate in G5) and Polcanova (38% win rate in G5)

FRA 3-1 DEN
F. Lebrun 2-0 -> 3-2 Groth
Gauzy 2-1 -> 2-3 Lind
A. Lebrun 3-0 Rasmussen
F. Lebrun 3-0 Lind
G1 810 TO for Lind, 1210
 
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AUT 1-2 HKG
Polcanova 3-1 Zhu Chengzhu
Mischek 0-3 DHK
Liu Jia 0-3 Lee Ho Ching
Polcanova 1-2 DHK
G3 45, 85, 811

FRA 1-1 AUT
F. Lebrun 2-0 -> 3-2 Groth
Gauzy 2-1 -> 2-3 Lind
A. Lebrun 0-0 Rasmussen
according to WTT website

Gauzy and Lind played in the Canada vs Malaysia match too.

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AUS 2-3 KAZ
Lay Jian Fang (much better known by her maiden name 洪劍芳), turning 51 in March, got 2 points in vain...

Calderano and Lily Zhang: That's why we don't play here. Have had enough carrying the team...
 
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