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PostPosted: 21 Jan 2013, 05:32 
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Hiroshi Shibutani:
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Hiroshi Shibutani vs. Seiko Iseki



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Some nice slow motion chopping images:


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PostPosted: 11 Mar 2013, 18:44 
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I think his style is very similar to Koji Matsushita's style. They should have about the same age too...


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PostPosted: 12 Mar 2013, 05:44 
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Just found out what Shibutani played with on a French table tennis forum:

Team Matsushita (forum member): "Hiroshi Shibutani jouait avec un Tackiness Drive (1,9 mm) en cd, un Feint Long II 0x en revers et un bois Matsushita Pro Model"

So Hiroshi Shibutani is an OX-chopper. Matsushita Koji had a 0.5 Kawasaki special sponge underneath his FL II.

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Wow an OX chopper...that's not common at all that that level!

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PostPosted: 12 Mar 2013, 08:00 
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Pipsy wrote:
I think his style is very similar to Koji Matsushita's style. They should have about the same age too...




Yes, they actually played doubles together frequently (and won the all Japan doubles numerous times). Here they are together getting pretty close to a WTTC victory over a couple guys who you've probably heard of before.



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That's an amazing match between all those table tennis icons (1997 Men's Doubles Semi-Final: Persson/Waldner vs Shibutani/Matsushita). Thanks, Roar.

What a strange comeback in the final set...

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Did anyone ever find out what he played with rubber wise?

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PostPosted: 21 Sep 2015, 07:24 
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Japsican wrote:
Did anyone ever find out what he played with rubber wise?

this???
Pipsy wrote:
Just found out what Shibutani played with on a French table tennis forum:

Team Matsushita (forum member): "Hiroshi Shibutani jouait avec un Tackiness Drive (1,9 mm) en cd, un Feint Long II 0x en revers et un bois Matsushita Pro Model"

So Hiroshi Shibutani is an OX-chopper.

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haggisv wrote:
Wow an OX chopper...that's not common at all that that level!

with 38mm balls OX is enough :)

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PostPosted: 07 Oct 2015, 09:35 
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He was using Feint Long ox before Feint Long II...most probably...FL was so much more deceptive with bigger aspect ratio.


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