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    • Wang Hao

      73 29.80%
    • Dimitrij Ovtcharov

      82 33.47%
    • Chuang Chih Yuan

      34 13.88%
    • Vladimir Samsonov

      15 6.12%
    • Jun Mizutani

      17 6.94%
    • Koki Niwa

      4 1.63%
    • Marcos Freitas

      5 2.04%
    • Tang Peng

      8 3.27%
    • Kim Min Seok

      1 0.41%
    • Other (Post Below)

      6 2.45%
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      German Open 2014 - ITTF World Tour

      GAC Group 2014 ITTF World Tour, German Open (Super), 26 Mar 2014 - 30 Mar 2014, Magdeburg, Germany

      The fourth ITTF World Tour will commence next week on the 26thMarch and will be held in Magdeburg, Germany. China's Wang Hao leads the Men's Singles Seedings.

      Total number of entries so far is: 299

      Main Draw

      Men's Singles
      Women's Singles
      Men's Doubles
      Women's Doubles

      Live matches from the Germany Open can be watched in the ITTF Live Streaming which has playback on demand with integrated chat!

      China's Wang Haao, the World #1 has entered the German Open as the #1 seed.


      Wang Hao no.1 seed - Photo by: AP Photo/Sergei Grits


      Men's Singles Seeds


      Germany's Timo Boll & Dimitrij Ovtcharov enters the tournament as the #2 & #3 seed - Photo by: ITTF

      01) Wang Hao
      02) Dimitrij Ovtcharov
      03) Timo Boll - Withdrawn due to leg injury
      04) Chuang Chih-Yuan
      05) Vladimir Samsonov
      06) Jun Mizutani
      07) Koki Niwa
      08) Marcos Freitas
      09) Tang Peng
      10) Kim Minseok
      11) Bastian Steger
      12) Patrick Baum
      13) Chen Chien-An
      14) Adrian Crisan
      15) Michael Maze
      16) Seiya Kishikawa
      17) Jiang Tianyi
      18) Andrej Gacina
      19) Masato Shiono
      20) Taku Takakiwa


      For full Men's entries click here.


      Women Singles Seeds

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      Hyowon Seo enters the tournament as the #1 seed - Photo by: Richard Kalocsai

      01) Hyowon Seo
      02) Huajun Jiang
      03) Jiao Li
      04) Viktoria Pavlovich
      05) Ying Han
      06) Jihee Jeon
      07) Lee Ho Ching
      08) Hajung Seok
      09) Haeun Yang
      10) Sayaka Hirano
      11) Elizabeta Samara
      12) Jiaduo Wu
      13) Fen Li
      14) Xiaona Shan
      15) Misaki Morizono
      16) Xue Li
      17) Georgina Pota
      18) Hoi Kem Doo
      19) Kristin Silbereisen
      20) Huang Yi-Hua

      For full Women's entries click here.

      Live matches from the German Open can be watched in the ITTF Live Streaming which has playback on demand with integrated chat!

      We can use this thread as a means to display all the latest results, videos and news from this spectacular World Tour event! What are your predictions from each event.

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      Liam Pitchford gets my vote!
      Recently whopped Crisan in the German League.
      Go Liam Go! Never mind the reputations, play without fear and take them down.
      Last edited by SpinQuark; 03-21-2014 at 11:30 PM.

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      This is a really interesting line up. Wang Hao is representing China on his own now and we know that Boll, Ovtcharov and perhaps even Chuang or Samsonov can beat him.

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      So no Ma Long, Zhang Jike and Xu Xin. Wang Hao is the only man standing there for China. Dima is going to win the title if he will be on good form. He is improved a lot.
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      I'l go for Timo Boll!I hope he can beat Dimitr this time and be the winner in the finals

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      I really think Dima will win this.. But on the other hand, Michael Maze is in there, and he has proven himself to be a man of great power.. Maze or Ovtcharov, that's what Im going with
      Don't hesitate. If you want to reach your goal, just go for it!

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      Wang Hao is not the only chinese, there are some young players who are ranked really low, but you know that they can always be the one to "surprise"

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      Yup..nver underestimate the Chinese.like FZD last time he was an underdog and aftr some occassions,he turns out to be another killing machines from China aftr Ma Long and the others.

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      If WangHao can pull this out of the oven and reign victorious in the end..i think this will be the best game of his life..

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      I hope that Timo can do a comeback because lately he hasnt played that good. For me, he is still the biggest threat to chinese and if he does win, it willsure give him a hell of boost for the next olympics!
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      Shiono may meet Wang Hao in the 2nd round. To be honest, it may be a good match but Shiono does not really stand a chance.

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      My vote is:
      Dimitrij Otvcharov

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      Lineup is kinda disappointing. I hope Maze and Gaćina do good. As for the winner, my gut tells me Timo will take it.
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      Quote Originally Posted by M51 View Post
      Lineup is kinda disappointing. I hope Maze and Gaćina do good. As for the winner, my gut tells me Timo will take it.
      I don't know if it is just me but i find the possible 2nd round matches really interesting

      Franziska vs Samsonov two big guys here
      Niwa vs Pitchford two prodigies here
      Baum vs Oh Sangeun
      Timo vs Lee Sangsu

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      wang hao will not reach final i think ...... i think we will see some surprises

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      Quote Originally Posted by andrew_tihi View Post
      wang hao will not reach final i think ...... i think we will see some surprises
      You say correct.Dimitrij Otvcharov and Timo Boll are in the final.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Arshia View Post
      You say correct.Dimitrij Otvcharov and Timo Boll are in the final.
      I think it is too early to say that they "are" in the final

      I would say for both Dima and Boll to get into the final, would require some good table tennis in QF and SF.
      I think the level from QF to SF is more "fair", and we should see some good games

      Boll to likely face Jun then WH
      Dima to likely face Samsonov then CCY

      Not to mention lots of players in between that can update the seedings imo on Dima's side of the draw more than Boll
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      Quote Originally Posted by pingpingpongpong View Post
      I don't know if it is just me but i find the possible 2nd round matches really interesting

      Franziska vs Samsonov two big guys here
      Niwa vs Pitchford two prodigies here
      Baum vs Oh Sangeun
      Timo vs Lee Sangsu
      Niwa vs Pitchford. Pitchford has beat Niwa twice in the German League. I am interested to see how Liam Pitchford will do against him on a World Tour. I hope we see this clash.

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      When games starts? And we can watch

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