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Monday, 31 December 2012

Interview with Pär Gerell

I had the opportunity to interview a left-handed player number 98 in the world, Pär Gerell, licensed in the French club of Chartres. Thanks to him who has answered all my questions with great interest.

Thursday, 27 December 2012

Li Jiawei withdrew from Table Tennis

The player of Chinese origin who plays for the city of Singapore Li Jiawei, whose top is pretty awesome number 21 global current with the number 3 for best ranking, medallist at the Olympic Games in London this summer and in Beijing four years where she was the flag of his country door, it was part of the team that beat China in 2010 in Moscow and was twice runner-up of the world in 2008 and 2012, and bronze medal in doubles in Croatia in 2007!

Sunday, 2 December 2012

Interview with Adrian Crisan

Today, I could discuss with the player Romanian world number 17. Very impressive list: six times champion of Romania! Very accessible in the soul, Adrien has answered all my questions very quickly. Read as soon as possible!

Friday, 2 November 2012

Best of October 2012

Hi, now I have decide to make a video of the best points of each month. I'm a little late starting with October, there were really superb points with the European Championships...


Monday, 29 October 2012

French League Game 3: Results

Yu Mengyu 
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A net victories and games Dummies purse snatching that could well summarized the meetings last night...

Men's Pro A:

Match test between Pontoise and Romagna it is translated by a victory of Pontoise on a team now 4eme¨me of the group.
Chartres and Hennebont were respectively beaten the teams of St-Maur and Argentan on scores of 4-1 and 4-0.
A noted the beautiful victory 4-0 Angers against a team of Istres composed of Chen Jian, Christophe Legoût and Antoine Habashi.
Issy les Moulineaux and Angers thus won their first victory.
For the moment, St Louis is last with three defeats.

Tuesday, 23 October 2012

French League: Game 3 photo: Hervé Paraut

Already 2 days of championship took place for the pro A & B, tonight begins the third.

Men Division A:

Chartres, Hennebont, Romagna and Cergy-Pontoise to the rest of the group.
Then that St. Louis, Angers? and Issy les Moulineaux are the red lanterns of this division for the time being.

Saturday, 20 October 2012

European Championships: Day 4.

          Timo Boll, Crédit photo: © Remy Gros

Men Single:

Timo Boll continued to walk around until 1/8 finals where he will play Daniel Gorak, Victor Emmanuel Lebesson and Chen Weixing.
Michael Maze, seeded No. 4, was released by the Austrian Stefan Fergel in the 1st round! See
Dimitrij Prokopcov to him was stripped by the Spanish Carlos Machado, while Patrick Franziska defeated Werner Shlager score of 4-1.

Friday, 19 October 2012

European Championships 2012: Day 3.

Today starts the final table of the simple men and ladies.

Simple man:

On the one hand Timo Boll, multiple European champion title, the other Dimitrij Ovtcharov, double Olympic medal this year in singles and team.
Michael Maze will therefore evolve at home and could well be the surprise of this Championship,
Indeed, in the semi-final of the 2009 edition, he beat Timo Boll!

Monday, 8 October 2012

China National Championships 2012

The Championship of China is one of the competition with the raised level in the world!
Some say that it is the stronger due to the large amount of players practicing domestic competitions see international.
In fact, a quarter of all Chinese play table tennis. It is said that they are more than 300 million!

Thursday, 27 September 2012

Men World Cup 2012

Photo crédit: Vincent Kovacs.
Tomorrow morning, the cup of the world taking place in Liverpool will begin. 
Xu Xin and Ma Long will be the two favorites of the competition.
The European, Dimitrij Ovtcharov can hope to get a place after his two medals in London like his compatriot Timo Boll. 
Two invitations offered by the ITTF are intended for Michael Maze and the local Liam Pitchford. Some days ago, the French Adrien Mattenet took the place of Gao Ning, wounded in the arm, it will not be able attend Adrien to use sparingly this chance that can make him forget his poor result at the Olympic Games.

For the Intercontinental, Thiago Montheiro will be favorite to William Henzell followed by the Canadian Pierre-Luc Thériault and Egyptian Ahmed Ali Saleh.

Start of the competition Friday morning at 9:00 local.

Friday, 7 September 2012

London 2012 Paralympic: David Wetherill "The best shot of Paralympic !"

On Friday, Great Britain’s David Wetherill matched up against Thomasz Kusiak of Germany in the preliminary rounds of Paralympic table tennis. In the fourth game of the best-of-five match, Wetherill pulled off what was surely the shot of the tournament.

The 22-year-old Wetherill  suffers from multiple epiphyseal dysplasia , a congenital disease in which cartilage ossifies. As a result, he plays in Class 6  of the Paralympics table tennis tournament, which is reserved for players with “severe impairments of legs and arms.” (The divisions for physically disabled athletes go from Class 1—“no sitting balance with severe reduction of function in the playing arm”—to Class 10—“very mild impairments in legs, or very mild impairment of playing arm, or severe to moderate impairment of non-playing arm, or moderate impairment of the trunk." Class 11 is for intellectually disabled athletes.)
In accepting congratulations on Twitter for his amazing shot, Wetherill made sure to point out that he lost the match . “Need opportunities to make it right these next 4 years,” he wrote.

Saturday, 11 August 2012

Wang Hao, Story of a winning finalist

Hi, here is a video tribute to Wang Hao, he lost 3 times in the finals of the Olympic Games!
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Thursday, 19 July 2012

Tuesday, 17 July 2012

Koji Matsushita, Story of a great defender

Hi, here a short video before the Olympic Games,
She is very beautiful Koji Matsushita points!
Then, feel free to tell me what you think and good vacation. :)
And sorry for the bad quality

Wednesday, 20 June 2012

London 2012 [ TTImpossible promo blog's ]

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London Olympic games.
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Monday, 18 June 2012

Ho Sang Eun Winner of Brazil Open

The silver medallist one week earlier in the Japanese city of Kobe; one week later at the other side of the world in the South American town of Santos, it was gold.

Oh Sangeun beat Joo Saehyuk in an all-Korean final on Sunday 17th June to win the Men’s Singles title at the GAC GROUP 2012 ITTF World Tour Brazil Open in the town of Santos.

Seeded no.2, Oh Sangeun recorded a five games victory over his top seeded colleague.

He won 11-3, 11-9, 4-11, 11-8, 11-5.
Eighth Title
It was for Oh Sangeun his first GAC GROUP 2012 Men’s Singles title; overall it was his eighth Tour title.

Previously on the ITTF Pro Tour in 2005 he had won in Korea, Chile and the United States; then in 2006 he had succeeded in Chinese Taipei before in 2007 once again succeeding on home soil in Korea.

A wait of two years, he won in 2009 in Wakamiya and more recently in Almeria he struck gold at the Spanish Open in Almeria in 2011.

Second Second Place
Alas for Joo Saehyuk it was his second Men’s Singles runners up spot on the GAC GROUP 2012 ITTF World Tour.

In January in Hungary he had been beaten in the final by China’s Ma Long.

Two Finalstyle
Prior to reaching the final in Hungary; Joo Saehyuk had reached Tour Men’s Singles finals on two occasions, both times in Korea.

In 2006 he won in Jeonju, four years later in Incheon he was the runner up, beaten by Vladimir Samsonov of Belarus, in Santos in 2012 he lost to a player of a very similar stlye to the man from Belarus, Oh Sangeun.

Comfortable Against Defensive Style
Against adversaries from foreign shore Joo Saehyuk is in his element; again opponents from his own country life can be somewhat different and somewhat difficult.

Oh Sangeun, fluent as ever, clearly had no qualms about facing his compatriot’s defensive abilities.

Flowing Forehand
The flowing forehand forced Joo Saehyuk very much into the passive role in the first two games; the power if the Oh Sangeun attacks prevailing.

Joo Saehyuk recovered to capture the third game but after winning a close fourth game there was no stopping Oh Sangeun.

Total Command
In the fifth game he went ahead 10-3; he was in total command, on his third match point her secured victory with proceedings being completed in exhibition mode, Joo Saehyuk back from the table lobbing the ball high into the Santos Arena stratosphere.

Gold was in the hand of Oh Sangeun.

Sunday, 17 June 2012

Emmanuel Lebesson defeats the olympics champion

Emmanuel Lebesson once again beat Ryu Seungmin  Photo By: Mauricio Val

In late April 2011 at the Spanish Open, Emmanuel Lebesson of France caused one of the tournament’s major upsets; by the narrowest of margins in the seventh game he beat Korea’s supremely athletic Ryu Seungmin.

Almost 14 months later the Frenchman repeated the feat; this time at the GAC GROUP 2012 Brazil Open in Santos and rather more comfortably.

He staved off a most spirited recovery from the 2004 Olympic champion to record an enticing six games victory (11-4, 11-6, 11-9, 10-12, 7-11, 11-8).
Left Hander Again
Once again, Ryu Seungmin, as happened several times in the past, was beaten by a fast attacking left hander.

Emmanuel Lebesson could continually direct his fore hand topspins into the body of the right handed Korean. He exposed the problems in the modern day game of not possessing a strong backhand.

The penhold grip player who uses just one side of the racket has clear problems in the modern era; Ryu Seungmin who adopts that style had problems; they were terminal.

Olympic Effect
The win recorded by Emmanuel Lebesson over Ryu Seungmin in Almeria had a definite effect.

It meant there would be no place for the Korean star in the Men’s Singles event at the London Olympic Games.

Ryu Seungmin fell below Joo Saehyuk and Oh Sangeun in the World Rankings and with the decision made soon after as to the direct entries, eventually the only spot available for Ryu Seungmin was the team event.

Again an Olympic Effect?
Again, has Emmanuel Lebesson’s win over Ryu Seungmin proved detrimental to Korean medal hopes in the Men’s Team event in London?

The battle rages for who will be the second seed and avoid China in a possible semi-final duel; the defeat of Ryu Seungmin has not helped Korean hopes.

Wins for Korea
Defeat for Korea but there were two wins.

Joo Saehyuk, the no.1 seed and Oh Sangeun, the no.2 seed both ended Brazilan hopes. Joo Saehyuk accounted for Gustavo Tsuboi the no.8 seed (11-4, 11-6, 11-9, 11-8), the host nation player never able to master the superb defensive skills of the Korean whilst Oh Sangeun used his blocking skills and control to great effect.

He accounted for Cazuo Matsumoto, the no.7 seed (4-11, 11-4, 11-5, 10-12, 11-4, 11-8).

At the semi-final stage Joo Saehyuk meets Portugal’s Marcos Freitas, the no.4 seed who booked his place in the semi-finals by overcoming India’s Soumyajit Ghosh, the no.13 seed.

Meanwhile, in the counterpart penultimate round duel, Oh Sangeun meets Emmanuel Lebesson.

Saturday, 16 June 2012

Brazil Open 2012

Joo Saehyuk, now heads the list  Photo By: Tetsu Yamashita

Koreans now head the seeding in the Men’s Singles event at the GAC GROUP 2012 ITTF World Tour Brazil Open which starts in Santos on Wednesday 13th June.

Joo Saehyuk, Oh Sangeun and Ryu Seungmin occupy the respective top three seeded places in the draw, with Portugal’s Marcos Freitas the fourth seed. Emmanuel Lebesson is the fifth seed followed by Belgium’s Jean-Michel Saive and the host nation duo of Cazuo Matsumoto and Gustavo Tsuboi.

The change is as a result of the withdrawal of the leading Japanese men: Jun Mizutani, Seiya Kishikawa and Koki Niwa.

Monday, 11 June 2012

Jun mizutani winner

The applause rang around the Green Arena in Kobe late on the afternoon of Sunday 10th June.

Jun Mizutani had delivered.

The 23 year old had responded to the occasion to beat Korea’s Oh Sangeun to win the Men’s Singles title at the GAC GROUP 2012 ITTF World Tour Japan Open.

He succeeded in six games (11-9, 11-9, 11-13, 4-11, 14-12, 11-5) to collect his second GAC GROUP 2012 ITTF World Tour Men’s Singles title of the year.
In February he had won in Kuwait and as four months later he had beaten a Korean in the final to clinch gold; in Kuwait it had been Ryu Seungmin, the man he had ousted one day earlier in the quarter-finals in Kobe.

Top Spin Attacks
Fast top spin attacks against the control of Oh Sangeun were the order of proceedings for Jun Mizutani as matters commenced in the final.
Urged forward by the crowd he attacked relentlessly to capture the first two games, both by the minimal two point margin.

Close to Table
Equally he gained success by staying close to the table on the backhand and gaining angles but Jun Mizutani is more comfortable a slight distance away from the table, where he has time to execute his top spin strokes in an athletic and entertaining manner.

However, when he followed the service quickly with forehand attacking strokes he reaped rewards, giving Oh Sangeun minimal time to exercise his high class blocking skills.

Vital Time Out
The first two game had been close with the vital points going to Jun Mizutani.

In the third game, once again they were level at 9-all; then after fortune had favoured Oh Sangeun they were level again at 10-all. At 10-11 Jun Mizutani saved game point; then at 11-12 he was faced with the same scenario.

Yoo Nam Kyu, the Korean coach on duty called ‘Time Out’. It proved a wise move, a long rally ensued, it was won by Oh Sangeun.

Focused on Backhand
Directing his early attacking strokes in the rally towards the backhand of Jun Mizutani, Oh Sangeun secured the fourth game.

He continued the policy in the fifth game, establishing an 8-5 lead; Jun Mizutani, the more active of the two players won the next three points but at 10-8 it was two game points to Oh Sangeun.

Crucial Stage
Serving Jun Mizutani won both points, a pivotal stage of the match had been reached; again at 10-11, Jun Mizutani saved game point, it was parity at 11-all. The Japanese camp called ‘Time Out’.

Jun Mizutani won the next point, Oh Sangeun saved; then another chance for the Japanese star, this time converted. Jun Mizutani had restored his lead.

Sensational Point
In the sixth game Jun Mizutani won a quite amazing point to move ahead 2-1; he was pinned to the barriers and somehow returned a tennis technique executed smash from the Korean.

The 4,000 strong crowd rose in adulation, sensational.

Now the momentum was with Jun Mizutani; he moved ahead 8-3 and at 10-4 held six match points.

Oh Sangeun saved the first but not the second, Jun Mizutani celebrated, so did the whole of Kobe; for Japan, a perfect finish.

Tuesday, 5 June 2012

Japan open 2012

Timo Boll is out of the tournament! 

In the second round of the Japan Open 2012, he lost to Korea's

Jung Young Sik with 4-3!

tomorrow starts the Open in Japan and will end June 10.
Timo Boll will make his first pro-tour for months, and what a surprise: it is the number 1!

Jun Mizutani and Joo SaeHyuk are the numbers 2 and 3. 

The first 32 in the standings are directly qualified for the 64 th round. 
Here are the list of seeded:

Other Vidéo:

Saturday, 2 June 2012

Zhang Jike, The new number 1

Zhang Jike, the new world number 1

Zhang Jike a number 1 of the world, it will be the title of this article. After having was crowned world champion and winner of the World Cup last year, Zhang Jike enchaine Pro-Tour Finals, beating Ma Long who was in front of Zhang for months. 

Ma Long is up 2, Xu Xin is in the top 3 and Wang Hao falls in 4th position. 
Joo Se Hyuk loses seats and is now number 10, Chuang Chih-Yuan goes up in 8th place. 

Ho Sangeun ( number 12 ) should be used to be in the top 15 worldwide, and Koki Niwa is already at 15 square Standings when he was only 18.

And the French Emmanuel Lebesson down 23 up in a 1 month !

Wednesday, 23 May 2012

World Tour China Open ,23 May 2012 - 27 May 2012

Xu Xin winner of China Open 2012.

Xu Xin delighted the Shanghai fans  Photo By: China Open Organising Committee

Ding Ning Admitted to Hospital Following Semi-Final Defeat:

Ding Ning unwell  Photo By: Rémy Gros

Ding Ning will take no further part in the GAC GROUP 2012 ITTF World Tour China Open in Shanghai.

During her Women’s Singles semi-final contest against Li Xiaoxia, where she complained of feeling dizzy at the end of the second game, but continued to play after consulting a doctor; she has been taken to a local hospital.

She was due to partner Li Xiaoxia in the Women’s Doubles final later in the day against Hong Kong's Jiang Huajun and Lee Ho Ching; the contest will not take place. The match is awarded to the Hong Kong pair. Ding Ning will not attend the medal ceremony.

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Friday, 18 May 2012

Koréan Open 2012

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The videos will be shown below.

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Friday, 20 April 2012

Spanish Open 2012 in Alméria

Right now unfolds the Spanish Open and 
some videos are being created, here already:

Saturday, 14 April 2012

European Olympic Qualification Tournament

Hello guys,
Follow the qualifying round for the Summer Olympics in London.
Videos are being built, they will be soon online betting.
good evening. 

Table Tennis - Slow Motion

hello guys,
Here is a compilation of several very fine points of Table Tennis in slow motion,
Good viewing.

Sunday, 25 March 2012

WTTTC 2012 in Dortmund.

Hello, how are you? Today begins the World Championships in Dortmundspecialist in Germany, so I created some videos for you that will follow in the weekgood viewing 

Monday, 19 March 2012

News vidéos: Champions League: Orenburg vs Chartes ASTT

hello, before yesterday, there was the Champions League and I made this videos for you.
Good viewing.

Sunday, 18 March 2012

New vidéo: ETTU Cup: Timo Boll - FengTian Bai

Hello, how are you today? Today I made a new video of the ETTU Cup: Timo Boll - Fengtian Bai. Good day and good viewing!

Saturday, 17 March 2012

New vidéo: German League: Robert Svensson - Christian Süss

Hello all, new video German League: Robert Svensson - Christian Süss in this video: there are really great points. Your forehand, backhand or service arent good enough? Take a look at the link below and you will have a big opportunity to improve the weak side of your game !

Welcome to my blog of table tennis vidéo !

Hello, my name is Thomas, I am 12 and I a very big fan of table tennis.

And therefore, I will create for you videos of matches to a maximum of national and international competitions. I hope she will take pleasure and find me on: