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Monday, 29 October 2012

Yu Mengyu
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A net victories and games Dummies purse snatching that could well summarized the meetings last night...

Men's Pro A:

Match test between Pontoise and Romagna it is translated by a victory of Pontoise on a team now 4eme¨me of the group.
Chartres and Hennebont were respectively beaten the teams of St-Maur and Argentan on scores of 4-1 and 4-0.
A noted the beautiful victory 4-0 Angers against a team of Istres composed of Chen Jian, Christophe Legoût and Antoine Habashi.
Issy les Moulineaux and Angers thus won their first victory.
For the moment, St Louis is last with three defeats.

Tuesday, 23 October 2012

photo: Hervé Paraut

Already 2 days of championship took place for the pro A & B, tonight begins the third.

Men Division A:

Chartres, Hennebont, Romagna and Cergy-Pontoise to the rest of the group.
Then that St. Louis, Angers? and Issy les Moulineaux are the red lanterns of this division for the time being.

Saturday, 20 October 2012

Timo Boll, Crédit photo: © Remy Gros

Men Single:

Timo Boll continued to walk around until 1/8 finals where he will play Daniel Gorak, Victor Emmanuel Lebesson and Chen Weixing.
Michael Maze, seeded No. 4, was released by the Austrian Stefan Fergel in the 1st round!
Dimitrij Prokopcov to him was stripped by the Spanish Carlos Machado, while Patrick Franziska defeated Werner Shlager score of 4-1.

Friday, 19 October 2012

Today starts the final table of the simple men and ladies.

Simple man:

On the one hand Timo Boll, multiple European champion title, the other Dimitrij Ovtcharov, double Olympic medal this year in singles and team.
Michael Maze will therefore evolve at home and could well be the surprise of this Championship,
Indeed, in the semi-final of the 2009 edition, he beat Timo Boll!

Monday, 8 October 2012

The Championship of China is one of the competition with the raised level in the world!
Some say that it is the stronger due to the large amount of players practicing domestic competitions see international.
In fact, a quarter of all Chinese play table tennis. It is said that they are more than 300 million!