2016 Hungary Open's Main Draw Released!

2016 Hungary Open's main draw released!
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The ITTF 2016 World Tour has begun. Yesterday the qualification groups of the 2016 Hungary Open kicked off and today top seeds know their rivals. Chuang Chih-Yuan, Li Pin, Ai Fukuhara, Kasumi Ishikawa and Feng Tianwei will make their debut tomorrow. 

The ITTF 2016 World Tour has kicked off with the 2016 Hungary Open. The qualifiers have been decided and the top seeds will see action since tomorrow. Chuang Chih-Yuan, top seed, will play against Iran's Nima Lamian, while Li Pin of Qatar, second seed, will face Sweden's Hampus Soderlund

Top players such as Simon Gauzy of France and Kim Donghyun of South Korea will meet Serbia's Marko Jevtovic and Singapore's Chew Zhe Yu Clarence, respectively. 

Other interesting matches of the 1st round: Poland's Wang Zengyi vs Japan's Yuto Kizukuri, France's Romain Lorentz vs Sweden's Jon Persson, Russia's Mikhail Paykov vs Spain's Carlos Machado, Nigeria's Quadri Aruna vs Brazil's Thiago Monteiro, Brazil's Cazuo Matsumoto vs Serbia's Aleksandar Karakasevic, France's Quentin Robinot vs Sweden's Jens Lundqvist

In the women's event Japanese top players will also make their debut. Ai Fukuhara, top seed, will face South Korea's Yoon Hyobin in the first round, while Kasumi Ishikawa will meet Brazil's Lin Gui. Feng Tianwei of Singapore will play against Japan's Natsumi Nakahata, while Mima Ito will face Slovakia's Barbora Balazova.  

Other interesting matches in the 1st round: Viktoria Pavlovich vs Czech Republik's Dana Checova, Czech Republic's Renata Strbikova vs Hong Kong's Tie Yana, South Korea's Park Youngsik vs Singapore's Zeng Jian, Hong Kong's Lee Ho Ching vs Japan's Mizuki Morizono, Japan's Honoka Hashimoto vs Germany's Petrissa Solja, Puerto Rico's Adriana Diaz vs Singapore's Lin Ye, South Korea's Seo Hyowon vs Taipei's Cheng Hsien-Tzu.


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