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PostPosted: 25 Dec 2011, 23:34 
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Maybe its a tad late but who knows that his leap is one of the biggest in table tennis rankings recently ;)

http://www.ittfranking.com/cgi-bin/ttpl ... =detailed4

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His rank is 162 this December, a 51 rank leap from last month! Which is amazing :)
Man I have great hopes for him :up: :up:

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I will be able to se him play live in the 2012 global junior circuit finals two weeks from today, He is the 2nd seed here is the complete list of players are there any other defenders on this list that I should be on the lookout?

1 HUNG Tzu-Hsiang TPE Final Standings & Asian Representative
2 MURAMATSU Yuto JPN Final Standings
3 YOSHIMURA Maharu JPN Final Standings
4 GHOSH Soumyajit IND Final Standings
5 GERALDO Joao POR Final Standings & European Representative
6 DESAI Harmeet IND Final Standings
7 LEE Chun-Lin TPE Final Standings
8 CALVO Alejandro ESP Final Standings
9 MIKUTIS Tomas LTU Final Standings
10 CHOI Deok Hwa KOR Final Standings
11 SHOUMAN Mohamed EGY Final Standings & African Representative
12 FRANCO Carlos ESP Final Standings
13 SARAGOVI Pablo ARG Latin American Representative
14 THERIAULT Pierre-Luc CAN North American Representative
15 TSAO Erny * AUS Oceania Representative
16 GONZALEZ Daniel PUR Host Wild Card
17 HIGASHI Yuto JPN (2 JPN already qualified)
18 SAKAI Asuka JPN (3 JPN already listed above)
19 BEDAIR Omar EGY
20 HUNG Ka Tak HKG
21 PANG Xue Jie SIN
22 LEE Chia-Sheng TPE (2 TPE already qualified)
23 TENTI Fermin ARG Selected in the ULTM Cadet Challenge Team
24 CHEN Diogo * POR Selected in the ETTU Cadet Challenge Team

I think Choi from korea is also a defensive player but I might be wrong anyway if you guys can tell me what other players here are also defensive i will apreciate it. I will attend the 4 days of events =].

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PostPosted: 02 Jan 2012, 12:28 
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PostPosted: 02 Jan 2012, 16:13 
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Both Choi and Mikutis has their own threads in this section somewhere. Make sure to bring a camera to film them playing :)

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Lol I will try but if ITTF TV will broadcast I rather just enjoy the matches and forget about recording :P

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PostPosted: 27 Jan 2012, 00:03 
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Got some pics from him, u can see his blade and FH rubber, and u can see that he use pimples on the BH.
The Fh looks like a tenergy, u can see the logo and the orange sponge.
the blade is the victas Koji Matsushita.
and the Bh, anyone know?


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PostPosted: 27 Jan 2012, 00:04 
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The BH is supposed to be TSP Spinpips with specialized chop sponge.
I don't know the thickness tho..

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YosuaYosan wrote:
The BH is supposed to be TSP Spinpips with specialized chop sponge.
I don't know the thickness tho..


I've read that he uses TSP Super Spinpips on Chop sponge several times. I believe the thickness is in the 1.2/1.3 range. Could we possibly get a moderator to update the title of this thread so as to represent his short-pip-iness?

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Goto the film 19:14 and 24:20 into that film you will see the last part of Yuto against Omar Assar of Egypt (also playing in Sweden's top leauge).

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I have hijacked notbob's blog thread but found out that Yuto has his own dedicated thread! Here are 3 match practice sets I played against Yuto at training on Friday.


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I have hijacked notbob's blog thread but found out that Yuto has his own dedicated thread! Here are 3 match practice sets I played against Yuto at training on Friday.


Wow, that guy has great technique and his defensive moves are so fluent. :Defense: When he gains some power, he might be Joo's replacement.

Oh, yes, you also played good, William... (sorry, pip fan here! :D )


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Lorre wrote:
Oh, yes, you also played good, William... (sorry, pip fan here! :D )


That was funny as hell :D
Anyway, great video, I showed it to my friend saying: that's how you should do loops from chopped balls. William's technique was very clear :)

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I agree with Lorre and Justas. And I am very impressed by your game William, did you missread his spin from chops more than like two times? I have seen him fool Wang Hao (he took a set from him here in Sweden, video of that earlier in this thread), so I know he can play a very deceptive game.

Two questions: you used your tomahawk from middle to his FH in the first set and forced him to decide weather or not to return with his pips - why did you not continue with that serve?

On a camp like this (great venue by the way), do you feel like you can reveal all your secrets (serves, combinations, weaknesses etc) to the ones you are practising with? I mean, will they have advantages when facing you at a major competition if you practise your best serve or stroke with them? And vice versa of course...

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Thanks guys. Unfortunately my game and technique is not optimal against defense. Firstly I don't have a big forehand weapon to kill the ball. My normal game is to play fast and take the ball early after the bounce. I do go better against guys like Muramatsu as it is almost a cat and mouse game where I can work him around the court.

I have practiced a great deal against Henrik Rosvall (Swedish short pimple chopper who was ranked around 100 in the world 5 - 10 years ago) so I can read the spin without many problems. I think I made the point in notbob's thread that his defense will be much more effective when he is strong enough to keep his chops low. That will force the opponent to really make his mind up and make it up earlier as to what spin is on the ball. The attacked will need to lift the backspin more which will make him more susceptible to misreading the nospin chops.

I did a couple of sessions again Fan Ying (yes, Chinese national player) who plays Champions League matches for the team here in Vienna. Now she can keep the ball low and her variation is extremely impressive. She is also very polished when it comes to turning the game around and attacking loose topspins, whereas Yuto is still completely unpolished.

There are so many players in the World def-attack and the chances I will lose some advantage by not playing all my serves or shots is far outweighed by what I will gain by going for it. I'd have to watch the video a couple of times to work out what my service tactics at the time were.

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