2012 WTTTC
  • China Is Fully Prepared For Singapore!

    China Is Fully Prepared For Singapore!

    The Chinese Women Team defeated Hong Kong in the semifinal round of the 2012 World Team Championships yesterday. This just means that a China-Singapore Finale will take place in the competition. After their match yesterday, Chinese Team head coach Shi ...
  • Another Painful Defeat For The Women German Team

    Another Painful Defeat For The Women German Team

    It seems that the women German team hasn't recovered completely from its defeat against Singapore in quarterfinals on Friday. Now Jiaduo Wu and Co. faced defeat against Japan again but this time Germans made things difficult for Ai Fukuhara and ...
  • German Team After Its Victory Over Japan

    German Team After Its Victory Over Japan

    With a superb performance, Germany booked a ticket for the final of the World Team Championship. Timo Boll, Dimitrij Ovtcharov and Co. succeeded over Jun Mizutani's Japan and accomplished their mission, reaching the final. Despite Boll stood victorious in his ...
  • China Defeated Korea In The Men's Semifinals! (Videos)

    China Defeated Korea In The Men's Semifinals! (Videos)

    2012 World Team Championships. The defending champions from China met the South Korean survivors in the penultimate stage of the competition. In the round, Ma Long gave a powerful start for the Chinese Team as he was in control over ...
  • China Defeated Hong Kong In The Women's Semifinals!

    China Defeated Hong Kong In The Women's Semifinals!

      2012 World Team Championships. The Chinese Women Team met the Hong Kong Team for the semifinal round. At the start of their battle, Ding Ning immediately gave a powerful head start for China. However, their second player Li Xiaoxia ...
  • Ai Fukuhara Felt Sorry For Their Defeat In The Quarterfinals

    Ai Fukuhara Felt Sorry For Their Defeat In The Quarterfinals

    The quarterfinal round was a painful experience for the Japanese Women Team as they almost tasted victory in 2-0 against South Korea. However, after their battle was extended to full five matches, Japan lost the round. After the match, their ...
  • Germany Swept With Japan In The Men's Semifinals (Videos)

    Germany Swept With Japan In The Men's Semifinals (Videos)

      2012 World Team Championships. After impressive performance by the host country in the competition, they encountered the strong Japanese Team in the penultimate stage. In their battle, despite Seiya Kishikawa's efforts to force the first match-defeat of the German ...
  • Singapore Won The Women Semifinals

    Singapore Won The Women Semifinals

    2012 World Team Championships. After withstanding the pressure from their quarterfinal matches, the strong teams of Singapore and South Korea met each other for the semifinals. In the round, South Koreans Kim Kyung Ah, Seok Ha Jung, and Dang Ye ...
  • Liu Guoliang Wants A China-German Finale

    Liu Guoliang Wants A China-German Finale

    The 2012 World Team Championships is slowly coming to its end with the main draw drawing nearer tp the finals. However, the Chinese Team still doesn't think too much of the finals as they still have to surpass the penultimate ...
  • German Men Team Wants More Than A Bronze Medal

    German Men Team Wants More Than A Bronze Medal

      The Men German team is unstoppable. The day off didn't affect the German team, on the contrary, they came back reloaded and swept with Sweden. Germans already secured the bronze medal but Timo Boll and Dimitrij Ovtcharov pointed out ...
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Men Women October 2014
Ranking Player +/-
1
Xu Xin Xu Xin China
0
2
Fan Zhendong Fan Zhendong China
0
3
Ma Long Ma Long China
0
4
Zhang Jike Zhang Jike China
0
5 0
6
Wang Hao Wang Hao China
0
7
Jun Mizutani Jun Mizutani Japan
0
8
Chuang Chih-Yuan Chuang Chih-Yuan Chinese Taipei
0
9
Timo Boll Timo Boll Germany
0
10
Yan An Yan An China
0