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  • 07Apr

    Winner of the Women’s Singles event at the German Open in March,
    Japan’s Sayaka Hirano, is the player to make the most notable strides
    in the Women’s World Rankings published by the International Table
    Tennis Federation on Thursday 2nd April 2009.

    She moves from
    no.29 to no.19 with the player she beat in the final in Bremen also
    making progress. Viktoria Pavlovich of Belarus advances to no.24,
    having previously held the no.33 berth. Similarly, success on the ITTF
    Pro Tour has brought a higher ranking for Singapore’s Yu Meng Yu.
    The winner in India, she moves from no.45 to no.33.

    Career High
    It
    is a career high ranking for Yu Meng Yu as it is for three further
    young ladies all making notable progress. Germany’s Zhenqi Barthel
    moves from no.71 to no.56 whilst China’s Mu Zi and Wang Xuan both make
    definitive strides.

    Mu Zi climbs from no. 80 to no.58 with Wang
    Xuan re-entering the list at no.97; Wang Xuan departed the world
    rankings in August 2008 as a result of a l;ack of international
    appearances.

    No Change
    Progress lower down the order but at the top of the rankings, there are no changes; in fact the top 18 all remain the same!

    The
    top 10 is as customary littered with those who learnt their trade in
    China before either progressing to the national team or moving to
    pastures new in search of international representation. Korea’s Kim
    Kyung Ah, who appears at no.8, is the only exception.

    China’s
    Zhang Yining, Guo Yue, Li Xiaoxia, Guo Yan and Wang Nan occupy the top
    five places followed by Singapore’s Feng Tianwei and Li Jia Wei with
    their compatriot, Wang Yue Gu at no.9. Completing the top 10 is Tie
    Yana of Hong Kong.

    Junior and Cadets
    No changes at the top of the women’s list and it is the same at the top of the age group listings.

    In
    the Under 15 Girls’ Rankings, China’s Chen Meng is at no.1 followed by
    Korea’s Yang Ha Eun and Germany’s Petrissa Solja whilst in the Under 18
    Rankings, China’s Liu Shiwen appears in top spot ahead of Chinese
    national team colleague, Wu Yang and Japan’s Kasumi Ishikawa.

    Under 21
    Meanwhile,
    the highest places on the Under 2! Women’s Rankings are dominated by
    China. Guo Yue is at no.1 followed by Li Xiaoxia and Liu Shiwen.

    Source: www.ittf.com

    Posted by ttfan @ 9:59 am

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