Who do you think will win the Korea Open 2013 - ITTF World Tour4

  • Xu Xin

    Votes: 45 91.8%
  • Gao Ning

    Votes: 1 2.0%
  • Koki Niwa

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Kim Minseok

    Votes: 1 2.0%
  • Patrick Baum

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Cho Eonrae

    Votes: 1 2.0%
  • Andrej Gacina

    Votes: 1 2.0%
  • Patrick Franziska

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Jung Youngsik

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Other (Post Below)

    Votes: 0 0.0%

  • Total voters
    49
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GAC Group 2014 ITTF World Tour, Korea Open (Super) 11 June 2014 - 15 June 2014, Incheon City, Korea Republic

The Gac Group 2014 ITTF World Tour, Korea Open will commence this week on the 11th June and will be held in city of Incheon. China's Xu Xin the recent China Open Men's Singles finalist leads the Men's Singles Seedings.

Total number of entries so far is: 187

Main Draw

Men's Singles
Women's Singles
Men's Doubles
Women's Doubles

Live matches from the Korea Open can be watched in the ITTF Live Streaming which has playback on demand with integrated chat with TableTennisDaily members!

China's Xu Xin, the World #1 has entered the Korea Open as the #1 seed.

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Xu Xin no.1 seed - Photo by: ITTF Facebook Page


Men's Singles Seeds

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Host Nations Kim Minseok enters the tournament as the #4 seed - Photo by: Magdy El-Dakroury

01) Xu Xin
02) Gao Ning
03) Koki Niwa
04) Kim Minseok
05) Patrick Baum
06) Cho Eonrae
07) Andrej Gacina
08) Patrick Franziska
09) Jung Youngsik
10) Alexander Shibaev
11) Sharath Kamal Achanta
12) Lee Jungwoo
13) Adrien Mattenet
14) Steffen Mengel
15) Emmanuel Lebesson
16) Lee Sangsu

For full Men's entries click here.


Women Singles Seeds

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Feng Tianwei enters the tournament as the #1 seed - Photo by: Zimbo

01) Feng Tianwei
02) Seo Hyowon
03) Kasumi Ishikawa
04) Ai Fukuhara
05) Yu Mengyu
06) Lee Ho Ching
07) Han Ying ^
08) Sayaka Hirano
09) Shan Xiaona ^
10) Jeon Jihee ^
11) Yang Haeun
12) Doo Hoi Kem
13) Yu Fu ^
14) Ng Wing Nam
15) Miu Hirano
16) Irene Ivancan

For full Women's entries click here.

Live matches from the Korea Open can be watched in the ITTF Live Streaming which has playback on demand with integrated chat with TableTennisDaily members!

We can use this thread as a means to display all the latest results, videos and news from this spectacular World Tour event! What are your predictions from each event.
 
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I thought Ma Long is the world's no. 1? and Xu Xin is worlds no. 2? :)

Xx is wr1 and ml is wr2.

In my first post i asked why china is only sending 1 player.
As to fang bo having the strength of the top 10,i doubt that he will win or even come close to winning(i doubt he will even make 1/4 finals)
 
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Xx is wr1 and ml is wr2.

In my first post i asked why china is only sending 1 player.
As to fang bo having the strength of the top 10,i doubt that he will win or even come close to winning(i doubt he will even make 1/4 finals)

But look at here (http://www.ittfranking.com/gen/world/worldM_en.htm).. Ma long is still the no.1..... hehe. don't want to argue at any point.... Just wanna correct any if there are to be corrected :)
 
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Xx is wr1 and ml is wr2.

In my first post i asked why china is only sending 1 player.
As to fang bo having the strength of the top 10,i doubt that he will win or even come close to winning(i doubt he will even make 1/4 finals)

In fact 2 weeks ago Fang Bo took his first victory over Xu Xin and was very close to beat Fan Zhendong. Of course his experience in international tournaments is not huge, but still he is very strong. He can win whole tournament.
 
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I thought Ma Long is the world's no. 1? and Xu Xin is worlds no. 2? :)

In fact 2 weeks ago Fang Bo took his first victory over Xu Xin and was very close to beat Fan Zhendong. Of course his experience in international tournaments is not huge, but still he is very strong. He can win whole tournament.

We will just have to wait and see:)
 
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Fang Bo is clearly good enough to make 1/4 (quarter finals)
Fang Bo is more likely to make it to 1/2 (semi final), anything lower than that, is considered a failure for a player of his capabilities.
That is based on the players taking part in this years Korean Open

And China has plenty of players taking part (yes, many are not in top 10, but may be in the future)
Don't be suprised if one of these youngsters make it to 1/4 and knock out some seeds on the way there
 
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