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Only one top level Chinese player? FZD.
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Falck Mattias (SWE) and Polvanova Sofia (Aut), these two players are top players of their respective countries and who didn't bother to play "Team World Cup" - are playing in this Austrian Open.

Update:  Hugo Calderano (BRA) did the same.



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USA players in this event:

Zhang Lily
Wu Yue
Jha Kanak
Zhang Kai
Tio Nicholas

Who has a better chance to advance to the Main Draw?

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Linz, Austria is 6 hours ahead of US Eastern.
The published match time minus 6 hours will be the match time for US Eastern.

This is World Tour Platinum, the winner gets 2250 Ranking Points. (Not Rating Points.)


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Coming up.
Wang Chuqin vs Yu Ziyang (table 1).
That should be a good match.
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Kanak about to start soon on table 8, sadly no streaming.  Unknown Chinese opponent (Xu Haidong), or am I mistaken?

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Originally posted by Ttunderthesun21 Ttunderthesun21 wrote:

Kanak about to start soon on table 8, sadly no streaming.  Unknown Chinese opponent (Xu Haidong), or am I mistaken?
Xu is the most recent Junior World Champion. Not that unknown.
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Originally posted by pongping2323 pongping2323 wrote:

Originally posted by Ttunderthesun21 Ttunderthesun21 wrote:

Kanak about to start soon on table 8, sadly no streaming.  Unknown Chinese opponent (Xu Haidong), or am I mistaken?
Xu is the most recent Junior World Champion. Not that unknown.
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Xu Haidong played many world tours.

At this moment, Kanak Jha is ahead:  2 games to 1.  (quite a surprise.)
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Originally posted by skip3119 skip3119 wrote:

Originally posted by pongping2323 pongping2323 wrote:

Originally posted by Ttunderthesun21 Ttunderthesun21 wrote:

Kanak about to start soon on table 8, sadly no streaming.  Unknown Chinese opponent (Xu Haidong), or am I mistaken?
Xu is the most recent Junior World Champion. Not that unknown.
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Xu Haidong played many world tours.

At this moment, Kanak Jha is ahead:  2 games to 1.  (quite a surprise.)

Gotcha, I haven't followed the junior tour that much, and when I clicked on his name went to a dead page.  Oh, I clicked on the wrong thing, found his info now my bad.  Wow yeah, Kanak up 2-1!
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Kanak is up 3-1.
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Ouch 3-2, what happened in the 5th I wonder.  
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Kanak wins 4-2 (second time in a row he beat Xu Haidong, first time was at World Junior Championships last year)

Edited by pongping2323 - 11/12/2019 at 2:28pm
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Kanak won, 4-2.
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Originally posted by pongping2323 pongping2323 wrote:

Kanak wins 4-2 (second time in a row he beat Xu Haidong, first time was at World Junior Championships last year)

Nice, based on previous comments seems like a quality win.  Onto the next one.
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Kanak needs to win 2 more matches to get to the Main Draw.
Next opponent:  Apolonia Tiago.

Apolonia Tiago is a much stronger opponent than Xu Haidong.


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What's his record against Tiago? 
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Anytime you win vs. a member of the CNT... that's a great win! Congrats Kanak!
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Originally posted by Ttunderthesun21 Ttunderthesun21 wrote:

What's his record against Tiago? 
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ITTF database indicates that Kanak Jha and Tiago Apolonia has never played against one another before.

As mentioned earlier:  Apolonia Tiago is a much stronger opponent than Xu Haidong.


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Originally posted by skip3119 skip3119 wrote:

Originally posted by Ttunderthesun21 Ttunderthesun21 wrote:

What's his record against Tiago? 
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ITTF database indicates that Kanak Jha and Tiago Apolonia has never played against one another.

Ok cool, I looked through there too didn't find anything (not the friendliest to search through =\). I like his chances though, call me optimistic but should be a good game.  
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Tomorrow.

Lily Zhang will play Gu Yuting. (Has video, table 1.)
Kanak Jha will play Apolonia Tiago. (No video.)

Very tough for USA player to win.
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Too bad no video for Kanak -Apalonia. There are bound to be some lengthy rallies.
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Lily Zhang will play against Gu Yuting. Tough match too.
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Lily Zhang vs Gu Yuting, 5:50 AM (EST). Table 1. Live streaming.
Jha Kanak vs Apolonia Tiago, 7:30 AM. No streaming.
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Btw the promising young player Moregard Truls (SWE) is playing in the preliminary round.
So far he has won one match. 


Edited by skip3119 - 11/13/2019 at 1:23am
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Originally posted by skip3119 skip3119 wrote:

Kanak needs to win 2 more matches to get to the Main Draw.
Next opponent:  Apolonia Tiago.

Apolonia Tiago is a much stronger opponent than Xu Haidong.

Apolonia probably isn't a much stronger opponent than Xu Haidong. Xu was one of the top CNT juniors, and Apolonia hasn't performed great in a long time.
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Originally posted by Voids.Q Voids.Q wrote:

Originally posted by skip3119 skip3119 wrote:

Kanak needs to win 2 more matches to get to the Main Draw.
Next opponent:  Apolonia Tiago.

Apolonia Tiago is a much stronger opponent than Xu Haidong.

Apolonia probably isn't a much stronger opponent than Xu Haidong. Xu was one of the top CNT juniors, and Apolonia hasn't performed great in a long time.
Making it into the main draw of a Platinum event would be a huge step for Kanak.  He's got a great chance here.
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Originally posted by Voids.Q Voids.Q wrote:

Originally posted by skip3119 skip3119 wrote:

Kanak needs to win 2 more matches to get to the Main Draw.
Next opponent:  Apolonia Tiago.

Apolonia Tiago is a much stronger opponent than Xu Haidong.

Apolonia probably isn't a much stronger opponent than Xu Haidong. Xu was one of the top CNT juniors, and Apolonia hasn't performed great in a long time.

He also isn't a much stronger opponent than Kristian Karlsson. 
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On that note, Kanak wins the match 4-1!! Onward. 

Edited by Ttunderthesun21 - 11/13/2019 at 8:23am
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