Who do you think will win the Korea Open 2018?

  • Dimitrij Ovtcharov

    Votes: 2 2.8%
  • Lin Gaoyuan

    Votes: 14 19.7%
  • Xu Xin

    Votes: 24 33.8%
  • Wong Chun Ting

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Lee Sangsu

    Votes: 1 1.4%
  • Koki Niwa

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Tomokazu Harimoto

    Votes: 19 26.8%
  • Hugo Calderano

    Votes: 4 5.6%
  • Simon Gauzy

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Other (Post Below)

    Votes: 7 9.9%

  • Total voters
    71
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The ITTF World Tour circuit now moves onto the Korea Open which will take place Daejeon from the 19th to 22nd July 2018.


Main Draw

Coming soon...


Men's Singles Seeds

Germany's Dimitrij Ovtcharov, has entered the Korea Open as the number 1 seed!

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Dimitrij Ovtcharov enters the Korea Open as the no.1 seed - Photo by: ITTF Flickr

01) Dimitrij Ovtcharov
02) Lin Gaoyuan
03) Xu Xin
04) Wong Chun Ting
05) Lee Sangsu
06) Koki Niwa
07) Tomokazu Harimoto
08) Hugo Calderano
09) Simon Gauzy
10) Jun Mizutani
11) Kenta Matsudaira
12) Chuang Chih Yuan
13) Quadri Aruna
14) Jin Ueda
15) Lim Jonghoon
16) Patrick Franziska


Women's Singles Seeds

China's Chen Meng enters the China Open as the number 1 seed.

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China's Chen Meng enters the Korea Open as the #1 seed - Photo by: ITTF Flickr

01) Chen Meng
02) Zhu Yuling
03) Manyu Wang
04) Kasumi Ishikawa
05) Liu Shiwen
06) Mima Ito
07) Miu Hirano
08) Cheng I-Ching
09) Feng Tianwei
10) Chen Xingtong
11) Sun Yingsha
12) Ding Ning
13) Doo Hoi Kem
14) Hitomi Sato
15) Suh Hyowon
16) Hina Hayata


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Women, probably Liu Shiwen, since she is easily the best. If she loses it's pretty much always an off day or luck, she never gets actually outplayed and can (and does) beat players like ding ning 4-0.

Among men, I think Harimoto is a clear favorite, but Lin Gaoyuwan could possibly beat him. Possibly.


That said, the most fun to watch games will be Koki Niwa's, as always, and especially Niwa VS Xu Xin if that happens :)

Also I wish Pitchford was playing because I really wanna see him win tournaments
 
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Probably preparing for the Asian Games
 
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Group 32 is unlucky with two strong chinese players, Liang Lingkun and Wang Chuqin together in one group. So one of both will be automatically eliminated.
 
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Look at that richard mille. The dude probably doesn't even need more bonus from CNT

yes , For sure he's not playing for money in these years specially after he decided to not getting retire but for sure being active in table tennis will bring him more money . yes he is Fond of luxury watches . Even we have a thread for this :confused: longggg time ago .
 
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yes , For sure he's not playing for money in these years specially after he decided to not getting retire but for sure being active in table tennis will bring him more money . yes he is Fond of luxury watches . Even we have a thread for this :confused: longggg time ago .

Funny thing is that some people might think it's a G-shock if they don't know their stuffs in horology
 
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