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Table Tennis

Day 10: Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games

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Sunday, 01 August 2021 19:19
Republic of Korea inflict pain on Poland The Republic of Korea got off to a good start in the Women’s Team round of 16 when they beat Poland 3-0 to progress to the quarter-final where they will take on Germany. Choi Hyojoo and Shin Yubin was pushed to the distance by Natalia Partyka and Natalia Bajor in a five-game thriller…
At the final hurdle they accounted for the combination formed by the Czech Republic’s Martin Sip and Ukraine’s Veronika Matiunina (11-4, 8-11, 11-7, 11-7), having at the semi-final stage ousted Germany’s Lleyton Ullmann and Annett Kaufmann (11-4, 8-11, 11-7, 11-7). In the counterpart penultimate round contest, Martin Sip and Ukraine’s Veronika Matiunina had overcome the Belarus partnership formed by Nikon…

Review Day Nine: Vitor Ishiy, the Brazilian hero

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Sunday, 01 August 2021 10:03
Matters level after four matches in the first round men’s team contest between Brazil, the no.6 seeds and Serbia, the no.15 seeds, the 25 year old from São Paulo beat Dimitrije Levajac (11-6, 11-6, 14-12) to send teammates into unbridled delight. Hugo Calderano remained unbeaten, but he was severely tested, on both occasions he needed the full five games to…

Preview Day Ten: The drama is just getting started

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Sunday, 01 August 2021 12:00
The opening day of the Team’s events provided plenty of talking points, and Monday’s fixture line-up promises to be just as intriguing. Starting at 10.00 local time, the four-remaining round of 16 encounters open the day’s programme, including a fascinating head-to-head between France and Singapore. Two times a medallist in the Women’s Team event, Singapore enters the match with high…

Fiji mourns the passing of Anthony Ho

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Sunday, 01 August 2021 01:10
In 2004, Mr Ho became President of the Fiji Table Tennis Association and a member of the Oceania Table Tennis Management Committee; soon after in 2005 he was elected a member of the ITTF Board of Directors. Later, following the election of James Morris to the position of ITTF Executive Vice President in 2017, Mr Ho, as Deputy President, was…

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