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Wang Xi playing in the 2019 Joola North American Teams Championships; his teammates are Chen Weixing, Lubomir Pistej, and Rajko Gommers.



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Wang Xi playing in the 2019 Joola North American Teams Championships; his teammates are Chen Weixing, Lubomir Pistej, and Rajko Gommers.



Final match. Wang Xi. Starts at 3:15:00. Watch it until the end.

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Based on his participation in the NA Teams tournament, Wang Xi is now rated 2640 USATT.


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If you zoom in, still Donic Spike p1 pips, on what I believe is JSH. The handle looks like JSH/Diode but since there's no hologram it's likely a good old JSH blade which he played in the past. He used to play with some "blue-handle" blade, can't quite figure out what it is.


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The latest two matches of Wang Xi at German Bundesliga (to watch you might be required to register):
https://tischtennis-deutschland.tv/ttbl/re-live-ttbl-ttc-schwalbe-bergneustadt-vs-asv-gruenwettersbach-3

Seeing him play nowadays I wouldn't call him a defender any more. He attacks more then ever before and his forehand is on spot most of the time - amazing. Even with his backhand, half of the time he blocks, drives or smashes, almost none points won with defense. Is this the way for defense to go?

Btw: Wang Xi is still unbeaten this season...

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The latest two matches of Wang Xi at German Bundesliga (to watch you might be required to register):
https://tischtennis-deutschland.tv/ttbl/re-live-ttbl-ttc-schwalbe-bergneustadt-vs-asv-gruenwettersbach-3

Seeing him play nowadays I wouldn't call him a defender any more. He attacks more then ever before and his forehand is on spot most of the time - amazing. Even with his backhand, half of the time he blocks, drives or smashes, almost none points won with defense. Is this the way for defense to go?

Btw: Wang Xi is still unbeaten this season...


I follow Wang Xi for a lot with many others famous defenders.. But this style, at this level of play, its a totally different baest imho.. He's aggressive, very aggressive, even with pips, he stays more "on the table" and he play defence most in receiving serves. Mostly, when he has to serve he plays like an attacker, with vicious forehand attack in every directions. He is also more unpredictable with this style, he puts the fear in the attacker in what can do with his backhand side (Attack with pips? Defend? or attack with forehand?). I always admire pure defense, but these new style can create a new and very interesting trends, "The best defence is to attack".

Of course anyone can love this new style (like me) or can hate, because the original and traditional chopper is not this, but I think that can develop creativity and enachance the trend of new defenders, with statistically high percentage of wins (because attack imho its easier than defend). This is just my personal opinion, hope to see opinions of more expert people ;)


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