• Jun Mizutani Complained Over Umpire's Misjudgement (Video)

    Jun Mizutani Complained Over Umpire's Misjudgement (Video)
    Being the top ranking player of the Japanese Team, Jun Mizutani gave his all to win the title in the Japan Open. However, he failed to win the finals against the Chinese young player Yu Ziyang. In the match, Jun Mizutani lost a point due to a call from the ...
  • Kim Min Seok Strives To Win A Gold In The Asian Games

    Kim Min Seok Strives To Win A Gold In The Asian Games

    Whenever there is a Chinese player in a competition, winning a gold would never be easy. That's how the South Korean Kim Min Seok feels. Although he is currently in a good place in the world rankings, he is still ...
  • Ri Myong Sun Is Losing Her Advantage In The Super League

    Ri Myong Sun Is Losing Her Advantage In The Super League

    Since the 2014 Chinese Super League started, the Beijing Women's Team was already very surprising in their performance and one main contributor was their foreign aide, Ri Myong Sun from North Korea. However, after several rounds, it seems she is ...
  • Ai Fukuhara's Charm Is Not Doing Her Any Good Anymore

    Ai Fukuhara's Charm Is Not Doing Her Any Good Anymore

    Ai Fukuhara is a truly loved personality in table tennis. But through her recent performances, the Japanese media is starting to criticise her. In this year's World Team Championships, where Ai Fukuhara was not able to participate due to injury, ...
  • Kim Dong Hyun: The Next Ryu Seung Min

    Kim Dong Hyun: The Next Ryu Seung Min

    Head coach Yoo Nam Kyu has very high hopes on their rising star Kim Dong Hyun that he expects him to beat the Chinese players in the future. Coincidently, this 20-year old Kim Dong Hyun idolises Ryu Seung Min very ...
  • Kim Dong Hyun Has The Potential To Beat Chinese Players

    Kim Dong Hyun Has The Potential To Beat Chinese Players

    With the absence of Ryu Seung Min and Oh Sang Eun, and Joo Sae Hyuk taking the backseat, the South Korean Team clearly needs to hone new and younger players. Just recently, Kim Dong Hyun made headlines in the domestic ...
  • Hong Kong Still Relies On Their Veterans

    Hong Kong Still Relies On Their Veterans

    One of the most important points for a successful team is the ability to maintain long-term advantage. This is something the Hong Kong Team is missing. Basing on this year's World Team Championships, it seemed that the team still relies ...
  • Wong Chun Ting Disappoints Hong Kong (Video)

    Wong Chun Ting Disappoints Hong Kong (Video)

    Before the World Team Championships, Wong Chun Ting was performing very well which eventually led to high expectations from the coaching staff of Hong Kong. He was selected to play in Tokyo. However, after the competition, the team's head coach ...
  • Is Jun Mizutani Back?  (Videos)

    Is Jun Mizutani Back? (Videos)

    Jun Mizutani hasn't been actively competing in the last two years. During this time, he has been criticized by his poor performances and his absence from the world tour circuit. He has been also accused of boycotting ITTF for the ...
  • Kim Dong Hyun: The Next Big Thing In South Korean Table Tennis

    Kim Dong Hyun: The Next Big Thing In South Korean Table Tennis

    Just like the Chinese Team, the South Korean Men's Team also went through a replacement of their old players. But unlike China, they were not able to at least sustain their strength in the international scene and that explains their ...
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Men Women July 2014
Ranking Player +/-
1
Xu Xin Xu Xin China
0
2
Ma Long Ma Long China
0
3
Fan Zhendong Fan Zhendong China
0
4
Dimitrij Ovtcharov Dimitrij Ovtcharov Germany
0
5
Zhang Jike Zhang Jike China
0
6
Wang Hao Wang Hao China
0
7
Chuang Chih-Yuan Chuang Chih-Yuan Chinese Taipei
0
8
Jun Mizutani Jun Mizutani Japan
0
9
Yan An Yan An China
0
10
Timo Boll Timo Boll Germany
0