Who do you think will win the Polish Open 2015?

  • Ma Long

    Votes: 24 36.4%
  • Xu Xin

    Votes: 16 24.2%
  • Fan Zhendong

    Votes: 13 19.7%
  • Zhang Jike

    Votes: 9 13.6%
  • Jun Mizutani

    Votes: 1 1.5%
  • Dimitrij Ovtcharov

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Marcos Freitas

    Votes: 1 1.5%
  • Chuang Chih Yuan

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Koki Niwa

    Votes: 1 1.5%
  • Other (Post Below)

    Votes: 1 1.5%

  • Total voters
    66
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The Polish Open ITTF World Tour sponsored by GAC Group begins on the 21st October and concludes on the 25th October. This major World Tour event is held in city of Warsaw, Poland. Newly world Cup champion Ma Long leads the Men's Singles Seedings.

Total number of entries so far is: 326

Main Draw

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

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

China's Ma Long, the World #1 has entered the Polish Open as the #1 seed.

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Ma Long no.1 seed - Photo by: ITTF


Men's Singles Seeds

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China's Zhang Jike enters the Polish Open as the #4 seed - Photo by ITTF.com

01) Ma Long
02) Xu Xin
03) Fan Zhendong
04) Zhang Jike
05) Jun Mizutani
06) Dimitrij Ovtcharov
07) Marcos freitas
08) Chuang Chih Yuan
09) Koki Niwa
10) Yan An
11) Tang Peng
12) Wong Chun Ting
13) Gao Ning
14) Tiago Apolonia
15) Kenta Matsudaira
16) Yuto Muramatsu
17) Li Ping
18) Bastian Steger
19) Andrej Gacina
20) Tianyi Jiang
21) Omar Assar
22) Patrick Franziska
23) Stefan Fegerl
24) Quadri Aruna
25) Adrien Mattenet
26) Ruwen Filus
27) Steffen Mengel
28) Kaii Yoshida
29) Masato Shiono
30) Li Hu
31) Daniel Gorak
32) Jakub Dyjas


Women Singles Seeds

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Ding Ning enters the Polish Open as the #1 seed - Photo by: Reuters

01) Ding Ning
02) Liu Shiwen
03) Zhu Yuling
04) Li Xiaoxia
05) Kasumi Ishikawa
06) Ai Fukuhara
07) Feng Tianwei
08) Chen Meng
09) Wu Yang
10) Mima Ito
11) Han Ying
12) Shan Xiaona
13) Hirano Miu
14) Jiang Huajun
15) Sayaka Hirano
16) Yuka Ishigaki
17) Elizabeta Samara
18) Yana Tie
19) GeorginaPota
20) Hitomi Sato
21) Mengyu Yu
22) Lee Ho Ching
23) Petrissa Solja
24) Li Qian
25) Misako Wakamiya
26) Yang Xiaoxin
27) Tetyana Bilenko
28) Kristin Silbereisen
29) Jiaduo Wu
30) Lin Ye
31) Katarzyna Grzybowska


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

What an incredible event this is going to be! The top 5 seeds in the men's singles are the current top 5 best players in the world, taken from the recent 2015 October ITTF World Ranking List! Will in form Ma Long, the recent winner at the Men's World Cup maintain momentum and win the event? Ma Long has not lost a single set since the round of 16 at the World Cup in Sweden. Fan Zhendong reached the final in good form, perhaps the number 3 seed will go all the way this time around. Xu Xin will be looking to get into the limelight. Grand Slam champion Zhang Jike will be determined to make a good comeback from his recent shoulder injury. Germany's Dimitrij Ovtcahrov defeated Jun Mizutani at the World Cup to claim the Bronze Title. Dima will certainly give his all to take out the big guns. A fantastic event to follow, be sure to get involved on the TTD discussions and join us in the live chat in the ITTF Live Streaming!

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 believe Zhang Jike could win, but i think it's a low chance due to his poor performances recently.
My favorite player is indeed Zhang Jike. Ma Long will probably win.
 
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This looks like a very very promising tournament!
So many matches to look for!
But in general I guess this is all about Ma Long´s motivation.. He just won the World Cup, if he doesnt feel like winning, he can let some matches go.. Maybe he will lose to some chinese colleague, if he will not be willing to use his A tactics for the match. Still - very excited to have this full tournament (meaning full of great players)!
 
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Tomokazu Harimoto the 12 year old from Japan has done it again becoming the youngest every player to qualify into the main draw of a World Tour!

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I really like the way Jon Persson is looping the chops of Yuto Muramatsu. Granted, he's 2-3 down now, but the movement of his body is smooth and effortless and the ball travels very quickly and is low. A joy to watch, IMHO :)

EDIT: Persson turned it around! That's a great win for him. IMHO, he's been improving in leaps and bounds lately. Since he came back from 3-4 more or less wasted years with a serious knee injury, he's made great and steady progress. :)
 
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Great win for Jon Persson, but probably an even better one for Mattias Karlsson who beat Yan An 4-3 to move into the last 32. It's a similar story with Karlsson as with Persson because he has also improved a lot since returning after breaking his foot last year. Going from strength to strength, his backhand has become even more solid and powerful and he has transformed his shortpips forehand into a real weapon now. It's good to see a different style shaking up the order now and then :)
 
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Fergel won against Freitas 4-2. Well played Fergel but it was really a bad day for Freitas.
That's a good win for Fegerl. He's been good since the Euros.

Another good win for Mattias Karlsson as well. Surprisingly he beat Steffen Mengel 4-1 quite comfortably and will play Jakub Dyjas (who benefited from Ma Long's withdrawal) tomorrow.
 
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