World Youth Table Tennis Championships-2022

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World Youth Table Tennis Championships-2022 - is the next, 19th in a row from the annual table tennis competitions among young men. This year, following the reform of the International Table Tennis Federation, the tournament was divided into two categories: juniors under 19 (U19) and cadets under 15 (U15). The tournament will be hosted by the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) from 4 to 11 December 2022 in Radès, Тунис.
 
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3 teams over 4 in the SF, France is the second best youth nation at the world level with Japan now, 3 teams too. And the 1st european one now. Can’t wait for the U19 boys crunch between France and China ! Go Féfé !!!

On a sad note, where is… Germany ? why isn’t the german system producing talented youth guys and gals anymore ? the DTTB must take action really soon, cos’ in 5 or 6 years it will be really difficult at the senior level if no youth can regenerate the teams !
 
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3 teams over 4 in the SF, France is the second best youth nation at the world level with Japan now, 3 teams too. And the 1st european one now. Can’t wait for the U19 boys crunch between France and China ! Go Féfé !!!

On a sad note, where is… Germany ? why isn’t the german system producing talented youth guys and gals anymore ? the DTTB must take action really soon, cos’ in 5 or 6 years it will be really difficult at the senior level if no youth can regenerate the teams !
Kaufmann Annett, Josephina Neumann - ?
 
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Results from U19 Team Events:

U19 Boys' Team:

Quarterfinals:

[1] France 3:0 Japan
1) Felix Lebrun 3:0 Hayate Suzuki (11:5, 11:9, 11:8)
2) Thibault Poret 3:0 Ryoichi Yoshiyama (11:8, 11:9, 11:3)
3) Hugo Deschamps 3:2 Rikuto Maede (11:9, 15:13, 9:11, 8:11, 13:11)

[7] China 3:1 South Korea [3]
1) Lin Shidong 3:1 Lee Hoyun (11:9, 10:12, 11:7, 11:4)
2) Chen Yuanyu 1:3 Oh Junsung (6:11, 11:7, 5:11, 8:11)
3) Zeng Beixun 3:2 Park Changgeon (15:13, 7:11, 11:4, 9:11, 11:5)
4) Lin Shidong 3:1 Oh Junsung (11:4, 8:11, 11:4, 11:6)

[4] Poland 3:0 Australia [6]
1) Maciej Kubik 3:1 Finn Luu (10:12, 11:9, 11:6, 11:7)
2) Milosz Redzimski 3:1 Nicholas Lum (11:6, 12:10, 7:11, 12:10)
3) Mateusz Zalewski 3:1 Hwan Bae (7:11, 11:7, 11:7, 11:4)

[2] Chinese Taipei 3:2 Romania [5]
1) Kao Cheng-Jui 3:1 Iulian Chirita (11:6, 9:11, 11:6, 11:2)
2) Lin Yen-Chun 1:3 Eduard Ionescu (8:11, 11:5, 5:11, 6:11)
3) Wang Chen-You 0:3 Darius Movileanu (8:11, 8:11, 6:11)
4) Kao Cheng-Jui 3:1 Eduard Ionescu (12:10, 8:11, 11:4, 12:10)
5) Lin Yen-Chun 3:2 Iulian Chirita (6:11, 5:11, 11:7, 11:9, 11:5)

Semifinals:

[7] China 3:2 France [1]
1) Lin Shidong 3:0 Thibault Poret (11:9, 11:3, 11:8)
2) Chen Yuanyu 2:3 Felix Lebrun (11:6, 11:8, 11:13, 11:13, 6:11)
3) Zeng Beixun 3:0 Hugo Deschamps (11:7, 11:7, 11:9)
4) Lin Shidong 1:3 Felix Lebrun (9:11, 5:11, 11:6, 7:11)
5) Chen Yuanyu 3:1 Thibault Poret (11:5, 11:4, 8:11, 11:5)

[2] Chinese Taipei 1:3 Poland [4]
1) Kao Cheng-Jui 0:3 Milosz Redzimski (4:11, 8:11, 6:11)
2) Lin Yen-Chun 1:3 Maciej Kubik (4:11, 15:17, 11:9, 9:11)
3) Li Yan Jun 3:2 Mateusz Zalewski (7:11, 15:13, 5:11, 11:7, 11:8)
4) Kao Cheng-Jui 2:3 Maciej Kubik (15:13, 11:9, 11:13, 10:12, 10:12)

Final:

[4] Poland 1:3 China [7]
1) Maciej Kubik 3:1 Lin Shidong (11:7, 11:2, 9:11, 11:8)
2) Milosz Redzimski 1:3 Chen Yuanyu (6:11, 7:11, 11:6, 3:11)
3) Mateusz Zalewski 0:3 Zeng Beixun (6:11, 8:11, 6:11)
4) Maciej Kubik 2:3 Chen Yuanyu (8:11, 11:5, 10:12, 11:2, 8:11)


U19 Girls' Team:

Quarterfinals:

[6] South Korea 0:3 Japan [1]
1) Lee Daeun 2:3 Miwa Harimoto (8:11, 11:6, 7:11, 11:6, 9:11)
2) Kim Seongjin 1:3 Miyuu Kihara (4:11, 5:11, 13:11, 8:11)
3) Kim Yejin 2:3 Kaho Akae (11:7, 1:11, 11:8, 7:11, 12:14)

[4] China 3:0 USA
1) Kuai Man 3:0 Sarah Jalli (11:5, 11:7, 11:6)
2) Chen Yi 3:0 Sally Moyland (11:4, 11:7, 11:5)
3) Han Feier 3:0 Tiffany Ke (11:1, 11:9, 11:6)

[8] Singapore 1:3 Romania [3]
1) Zhou Jingyi 0:3 Ioana Singeorzan (5:11, 8:11, 8:11)
2) Tan Zhao Yun 0:3 Elena Zaharia (8:11, 6:11, 5:11)
3) Ser Lin Qian 3:0 Luciana Mitrofan (11:7, 11:8, 11:6)
4) Zhou Jingyi 1:3 Elena Zaharia (9:11, 11:9, 9:11, 6:11)

[2] India 2:3 France [5]
1) Yashaswini Ghorpade 3:0 Charlotte Lutz (11:2, 11:6, 11:5)
2) Suhana Saini 0:3 Prithika Pavade (4:11, 4:11, 5:11)
3) Nithya Mani 3:0 Agathe Avezou (11:6, 11:3, 11:8)
4) Yashaswini Ghorpade 0:3 Prithika Pavade (7:11, 8:11, 11:13)
5) Suhana Saini 1:3 Charlotte Lutz (11:7, 8:11, 4:11, 9:11)

Semifinals:

[4] China 3:2 Japan [1]
1) Kuai Man 3:1 Miyuu Kihara (11:6, 11:8, 8:11, 11:2)
2) Chen Yi 0:3 Miwa Harimoto (3:11, 6:11, 6:11)
3) Han Feier 2:3 Haruna Ojio (8:11, 11:8, 11:6, 5:11, 2:11)
4) Kuai Man 3:1 Miwa Harimoto (11:13, 11:8, 11:7, 11:3)
5) Chen Yi 3:2 Miyuu Kihara (9:11, 16:14, 11:7, 8:11, 12:10)

[5] France 3:0 Romania [3]
1) Prithika Pavade 3:0 Ioana Singeorzan (11:8, 11:8, 11:7)
2) Charlotte Lutz 3:1 Elena Zaharia (11:6, 9:11, 11:6, 11:9)
3) Agathe Avezou 3:2 Andrea Teglas (9:11, 11:7, 11:9, 10:12, 11:6)

Final:

[5] France 0:3 China [4]
1) Prithika Pavade 1:3 Chen Yi (8:11, 9:11, 12:10, 8:11)
2) Charlotte Lutz 0:3 Kuai Man (6:11, 5:11, 8:11)
3) Agathe Avezou 0:3 Han Feier (8:11, 4:11, 4:11)
 
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Results from U15 Team Events:

U15 Boys' Team:


Quarterfinals:

[1] France 3:0 USA [7]
1) Flavien Coton 3:0 Darryl Tsao (11:8, 12:10, 11:4)
2) Nathan Lam 3:0 Daniel Tran (11:8, 12:10, 11:9)
3) Antoine Noirault 3:1 Anav Gupta (11:8, 11:6, 8:11, 11:4)

[6] Tunisia 1:3 Australia [4]
1) Wassim Essid 3:1 Won Bae (5:11, 11:3, 12:10, 11:5)
2) Mohamed Khaloufi 0:3 Aditya Sareen (5:11, 3:11, 4:11)
3) Youssef Aidli 2:3 Chulong Nie (6:11, 11:8, 11:9, 5:11, 5:11)
4) Wassim Essid 1:3 Aditya Sareen (6:11, 11:4, 10:12, 7:11)

[3] South Korea 1:3 China [8]
1) Choi Jiwook 2:3 Kang Youde (11:6, 5:11, 8:11, 11:4, 15:17)
2) Kwon Hyuk 3:2 Wen Ruibo (11:7, 7:11, 11:9, 3:11, 11:4)
3) Lee Jungmok 1:3 Huang Xunan (3:11, 12:10, 4:11, 8:11)
4) Choi Jiwook 0:3 Wen Ruibo (7:11, 9:11, 7:11)

[5] Egypt 0:3 Japan [2]
1) Yassin Gaber 0:3 Takumi Tanimoto (6:11, 5:11, 0:11)
2) Hamza Khaled 0:3 Kazuki Yoshiyama (8:11, 6:11, 5:11)
3) Seifeldin Kassem 0:3 Hinata Mochida (6:11, 3:11, 3:11)

Semifinals:

[4] Australia 3:1 France [1]
1) Aditya Sareen 3:0 Nathan Lam (11:9, 11:8, 13:11)
2) Chulong Nie 3:1 Flavien Coton (9:11, 11:4, 11:8, 11:5)
3) Won Bae 0:3 Antoine Noirault (4:11, 13:15, 2:11)
4) Aditya Sareen 3:0 Flavien Coton (11:9, 15:13, 11:7)

[2] Japan 1:3 China [8]
1) Kazuki Yoshiyama 3:2 Kang Youde (11:6, 11:3, 9:11, 10:12, 11:4)
2) Takumi Tanimoto 0:3 Wen Ruibo (9:11, 4:11, 10:12)
3) Tsubasa Okamoto 1:3 Huang Xunan (9:11, 5:11, 11:5, 9:11)
4) Kazuki Yoshiyama 1:3 Wen Ruibo (7:11, 11:9, 2:11, 2:11)

Final:

[4] Australia 0:3 China [8]
1) Aditya Sareen 1:3 Huang Xunan (11:5, 13:15, 5:11, 4:11)
2) Chulong Nie 0:3 Wen Ruibo
3) Won Bae 0:3 Kang Youde (4:11, 9:11, 11:13)


U15 Girls' Team:

Quarterfinals:

[1] Japan 3:0 USA [7]
1) Rin Mende 3:0 Hannah Song (11:7, 11:7, 11:9)
2) Yuna Ojio 3:0 Rachel Wang (11:7, 11:3, 11:8)
3) Sachi Aoki 3:1 Kayla Goodwin (11:5, 11:7, 8:11, 11:5)

[3] South Korea 3:1 France [5]
1) Lee Seungeun 3:0 Nina Elsa Guo Zheng (11:9, 11:5, 11:3)
2) Yoo Yerin 1:3 Gaetane Bled (4:11, 11:9, 5:11, 5:11)
3) Choi Yeseo 3:1 Leana Hochart (11:7, 12:14, 11:1, 11:5)
4) Lee Seungeun 3:1 Gaetane Bled (11:8, 7:11, 11:7, 11:7)

[4] Romania 3:0 Tunisia [8]
1) Bianca Mei Rosu 3:0 Balkis Suissi (11:5, 11:4, 11:3)
2) Alesia Sferlea 3:0 Salma Bouhjar (11:5, 11:4, 11:2)
3) Cristina Singeorzan 3:0 Ella Saidi (11:8, 11:8, 11:5)

[6] Egypt 2:3 China [2]
1) Hana Goda 3:1 Ding Yijie (12:10, 11:7, 10:12, 11:3)
2) Lana Hazem 0:3 Yan Yutong (5:11, 7:11, 9:11)
3) Nour Zaki 0:3 Gao Yuxin (12:14, 3:11, 6:11)
4) Hana Goda 3:1 Yan Yutong (6:11, 11:4, 11:8, 11:6)
5) Lana Hazem 0:3 Ding Yijie (2:11, 3:11, 6:11)

Semifinals:

[1] Japan 3:0 South Korea [3]
1) Rin Mende 3:1 Yoo Yerin (11:5, 11:7, 5:11, 11:9)
2) Yuna Ojio 3:2 Lee Seungeun (11:8, 7:11, 11:4, 9:11, 11:9)
3) Sachi Aoki 3:0 Choi Yeseo (11:6, 11:4, 11:7)

[2] China 3:0 Romania [4]
1) Yan Yutong 3:0 Alesia Sferlea (11:7, 11:6, 11:5)
2) Xiang Junlin 3:2 Bianca Mei Rosu (11:5, 11:5, 9:11, 8:11, 11:4)
3) Gao Yuxin 3:1 Cristina Singeorzan (11:2, 11:13, 11:5, 11:5)

Final:

[2] China 3:2 Japan [1]
1) Yan Yutong 3:1 Sachi Aoki (13:11, 11:7, 10:12, 11:9)
2) Ding Yijie 1:3 Rin Mende (9:11, 11:9, 5:11, 6:11)
3) Gao Yuxin 3:2 Yuna Ojio (11:5, 11:4, 6:11, 9:11, 11:4)
4) Yan Yutong 2:3 Rin Mende (7:11, 8:11, 11:4, 11:9, 3:11)
5) Ding Yijie 3:2 Sachi Aoki (11:7, 8:11, 8:11, 11:9, 11:2)
 
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Kaufmann Annett, Josephina Neumann - ?

No Germany team still in ANY category... and Annett Kaufmann isn't at the same level as Elena Zaharia or Prithika Pavade AT ALL. Josephina Neumann has been defeated by Clea de Stoppeleire recently, lower ranked and not even in the french U19 squad and far from playing at her best. Josephina is not consistent enough, way to soon to tell.

Even on the girls side Germany is kinda weak now, not good news, same for Sweden on all sides boys and girls, we need more than Romania and France only to make Europe as strong as the asian nations, or it will be a China/Japan duel for decades to come, see what's happening in the U15 girls singles draw... and we all know how it ends ! Poland has some good U19 guys but if they can't beat more than 1 chinese boy... that's not worth !

 
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No Germany team still in ANY category... and Annett Kaufmann isn't at the same level as Elena Zaharia or Prithika Pavade AT ALL. Josephina Neumann has been defeated by Clea de Stoppeleire recently, lower ranked and not even in the french U19 squad and far from playing at her best. Josephina is not consistent enough, way to soon to tell.

Even on the girls side Germany is kinda weak now, not good news, same for Sweden on all sides boys and girls, we need more than Romania and France only to make Europe as strong as the asian nations, or it will be a China/Japan duel for decades to come, see what's happening in the U15 girls singles draw... and we all know how it ends ! Poland has some good U19 guys but if they can't beat more than 1 chinese boy... that's not worth !

1. In teams, Kubik beat Lin Shidong.
2. These are the BEST Chinese boys of their age. Chinese Super League player (Lin Shidong) and reigning Asian Junior champion (Chen Yuanyu). And the Poles strained them very much. Really Kubik played at their level

 
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1. In teams, Kubik beat Lin Shidong.
2. These are the BEST Chinese boys of their age. Chinese Super League player (Lin Shidong) and reigning Asian Junior champion (Chen Yuanyu). And the Poles strained them very much. Really Kubik played at their level

You don't read well do you ? what did I say ... : "If they can't beat more than 1 chinese boy" they lost 3-1, in the U19 singles both were out, 6 matches total... only 1 win. Darius Movileanu and Félix Lebrun are the only euro U19 boys to be able able to beat them on a regular basis.

Chen Yanyu is not that extraordinary, beaten by Félix Lebrun. Lin Shidong has been marketed as a world class player, but seriously being in the CSL and beaten at the same time by only a french Pro B guy is total nonsense, those chinese players are far from being world class, at the same age WCQ and FZD were unbeatable.

Or maybe the CSL is not that a big thing anymore ? let's face it, the non chinese top 50 players are now in the french and german pro leagues, there are at best 3 chinese that are unbeatable for euro guys on a regular basis, LJK and LGY are now relics. Even Patrik Franziska can beat Ma Long on a very good day. So sorry, but I don't agree about the CSL, the T League is superior, more density now. as I've already said, just organize a final four event between the 2 top CSL teams vs TT New Ulm and Borussia Dusseldorf...
 
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You don't read well do you ? what did I say ... : "If they can't beat more than 1 chinese boy" they lost 3-1, in the U19 singles both were out, 6 matches total... only 1 win. Darius Movileanu and Félix Lebrun are the only euro U19 boys to be able able to beat them on a regular basis.

Chen Yanyu is not that extraordinary, beaten by Félix Lebrun. Lin Shidong has been marketed as a world class player, but seriously being in the CSL and beaten at the same time by only a french Pro B guy is total nonsense, those chinese players are far from being world class, at the same age WCQ and FZD were unbeatable.

Or maybe the CSL is not that a big thing anymore ? let's face it, the non chinese top 50 players are now in the french and german pro leagues, there are at best 3 chinese that are unbeatable for euro guys on a regular basis, LJK and LGY are now relics. Even Patrik Franziska can beat Ma Long on a very good day. So sorry, but I don't agree about the CSL, the T League is superior, more density now. as I've already said, just organize a final four event between the 2 top CSL teams vs TT New Ulm and Borussia Dusseldorf...

Darius Movileanu and Félix Lebrun are the only euro U19 boys to be able able to beat them on a regular basis.
Chen Yanyu is not that extraordinary, beaten by Félix Lebrun.


CHEN Yuanyu - Darius MOVILEANU 4 : 0 (9, 2, 6, 5)
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Alexis Lebrun & Felix Lebrun - big events in European table tennis. And Darius ... is no better than the Poles

 
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