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In the semi-finals to be held on the 5th, a Japanese confrontation with Hina Hayata and Miyuu Kihara has been decided.
 

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Hina Hayata

Hina Hayata(Hina Hayata,2000May 7 -) isJapan OfTable tennisplayer.FukuokaKitakyushuI'm from.leftshakeBoth sidesBack softDrive type.ITTFWorld rankingThe highest rank is 11st.RankIs 7 steps.Nippon LifeAffiliation[3]..Born in the same yearHirano Miu,Mito ItoJapan's "Women's table tennis golden generationOne of[4]..He has achieved good results in doubles that makes the most of his left-handedness.

person

FukuokaKitakyushubirth[3][5]..Both parents have nothing to do with table tennis (grandmother is an experienced person)[1], My father was a former player of a professional soccer team).Seiya KishikawaLocal prestigious that produced suchIshida Table Tennis ClubUnder the influence of my sister who was practicing at, I started playing table tennis at the age of 4[6][7][8][9].

Originally right-handed, after joining the Ishida table tennis club, he began to hold the racket with his left hand[10]..When he was in the second grade of elementary school, he participated in the All Japan Table Tennis Bambi section (up to the second grade) and made his national tournament debut.Although they broke through the qualifying league, they lost in the first round of the final tournament, and the winners at that time are both called the golden generation.Mito ItoMet[11].

When in schoolNational Junior High School Table Tennis TournamentWon for 2 consecutive years (2013,2014)[5][12],20144ITTF World TourAt the Chile OpenHirano MiuAt that time to break the record ofYoungest in historyAdvance to the final[13]..Superior in the quarterfinals at the Philippine Open (Singapore flag Singapore), The 9th Asian Junior Table Tennis Championships held in September (Indian flag India-Mumbai) To the Cadet Women's GroupHirano Miu,Mito ItoParticipated in the trio and in the finalChugokuWon and won the championship[14][15].

2015 years,All Japan Table Tennis ChampionshipsSecond place in (Junior Division).

2016 years,Kibogaoka High SchoolEnrolled in the table tennis club.Same yearNational high school general physical education competition table tennis competition(Inter-High) won the women's singles and is a senior in high schoolMaeda MiyuIt was the first time in four years since then that he won the first year of high school.[16]..In the same year, he won the tour for the first time at the ITTF World Tour Kuwait Open (U-21) and won the tour for the first time at the ITTF World Tour Australia Open.In addition, the World Junior Championships held in December ( Republic of South Africa-Cape Town) Is Ito, Hirano,Kato MiyuParticipated as a representative of Japan with[17]Won the group.Immediately after December in DohaITTF World Tour Grand FinalThen I won the U-21, even in doublesYuma HamamotoWon the pair with and achieved two crowns[18].. U-21 victory2011 OfKazumi IshikawaSince then, the doubles victory has been the victory since Ito and Hirano in 2014, and it is the first time for a Japanese to achieve a double crown.

2017, In September23th Asian Championship(Flag of the People's Republic of China Chugoku-Wuxi) Won a silver medal in a women's group[19],Mito ItoWon the bronze medal in the women's doubles teamed with[20]. World Championship Düsseldorf Tournament(German flag Germany-Dusseldorf) Was not selected as a single because no results were obtained at the selection meeting, etc., and he participated in the doubles with Mima Ito in the semi-finals.Polite(Flag of the People's Republic of China Chugoku)・Liu Poon(Flag of the People's Republic of China Chugoku) Although he lost to the group, he won the bronze medal, and the Japanese won the same kind of medal.2001 Osaka Gamesof·Mayu KawagoeIt's been 16 years since the pair[21]Also, the 16-year-old pair won the bronze medal, the youngest in the history of the same event.[22], Participated in the professional league "" that started in Malaysia in the same month[23].. In November, at the World Tour Sweden Open, ranked first in the world in doubles with Mima Ito.Zhu Yuling(Flag of the People's Republic of China Chugoku), second placeChen dream(Flag of the People's Republic of China Chugoku) I won the pair and won the championship.

In January 2018, he won the All Japan Championship for the first time in doubles with Mima Ito. In May, he participated only in the qualifying match against Egypt at the World Championship, but contributed to the group runner-up by actively cheering on the bench.

In January 2019, he won the All Japan Championship in doubles with Mima Ito and won the championship for the second time in a row.In the singles, he defeated Kasumi Ishikawa in the sixth round and advanced to his first semi-final. In February, at the ITTF Challenge Plus Portugal Open, Liu Shiwen (formerly No. 1 in the world ranking) in the third roundFlag of the People's Republic of China Chugoku), And then steadily won, and in the finalHashimoto HonokaWon 4-3 and won the championship.

Started in 2018T LeagueThen.Nippon Life Red ElfBelong to.From the regular season to the women's playoffs, he led the team to victory in 13 undefeated races and won the season MVP.[24].

In January 2020, he won the All Japan Championship for the third consecutive time in the women's doubles with Mima Ito.In the singles, Mima Ito, who will win the semifinals for the third time in a row, defeated Kasumi Ishikawa in the final to win the championship for the first time and achieved the double crown.[25][26].

Play style

166 cm tall[1]Fore drive that makes use of long limbs and moves away from the table and uses a large body[6]Since 2015ChiquitaWe also put effort into acquiring the technology of.

Previously, my stamina was cut off in the second half, but I overcame it by improving my training and diet.[6].

Due to heavy physical use, there are many breakdowns, and at the training camp in November just before the 2016 World Junior Table Tennis Championships, he hurt his knee and developed right patellar ligamentitis during the tournament.[27], 2017All Japan Table Tennis ChampionshipsTwo days before, I hurt my left upper arm and tried to stop the pain in the tournament, but it recurred in the 2th round.[28]..In February 2020, he missed the T-League due to an intercostal muscle injury.[29].

He is also a master of doubles and mixed doubles, and has produced results in collaboration with Mima Ito, Yui Hamamoto, Miu Hirano, Miyu Kato, Tomokazu Harimoto, Yuya Oshima and others.

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The player I admire is the same left-handed, polite (1st in the world ranking)Flag of the People's Republic of China Chugoku), June 2016 World TourJapan Open, At the Korea Open, the match has also been eliminated in the quarterfinals.Also, at the Qatar Open in March, he was nominated by politeness who was looking for a left-handed practice partner and served as a practice partner, and he was encouraged to "beyond me".[30].

Southpaw in table tennis, but maybe because he was originally right-handed2020 Pacific League Climax SeriesRound 1 (Fukuoka PayPay Dome)ofOpening ceremonySo I'm showing off pitching with my right arm[31].

Battle history

2011
2012
2013
  • National Junior High School Table Tennis Tournament Winner
2014
  • National Junior High School Table Tennis Tournament Winner
  • ITTF Global Junior Circuit Chengdu, China (Cadet Division Singles) Winner
  • ITTF Global Junior Circuit Taicang, China (Cadet Group) 2nd
  • ITTF Global Junior Circuit China Taicang (Cadet Division Singles) Winner
  • ITTF World Tour Chile Open XNUMXnd Place
  • Asian Cadet Championship Group (Hirano Miu-Mito Ito) Winner[33]
2015
2016
  • ITTF World Tour Grand Final (U-21) Winner, (Doubles) Winner (Doubles)Yuma Hamamotopair)
2017
  • 23th Asian Championship Women's group: runner-up (Hirano Miu-Mito Ito・ Miyu Kato ・Hitomi Sato), Women's Doubles: 3rd place (Mima Ito pair)
  • ITTF World Tour Korea Open Doubles XNUMXnd Place (Mima Ito Pair)
  • 54th World Table Tennis Championship Individual Match(Doubles) Bronze medal (Mima Ito pair)
  • ITTF World Tour Czech Open Doubles Winner (Mima Ito Pair)
  • ITTF World Tour Platinum Germany Open Doubles Winner (Miu Hirano Pair)
  • ITTF World Tour Sweden Open Doubles Winner (Mima Ito Pair)
  • ITTF Challenge Series Spanish Open Singles Winner
  • ITTF World Tour Grand Final (Doubles) XNUMXnd Place (Mima Ito Pair)
2018
  • All Japan Table Tennis Championships (Women's Doubles) Winner (Mima Ito Pair)
  • Japan Top 12 Table Tennis Tournament Win
  • ITTF World Tour Platinum Germany Open Doubles Winner (Mima Ito Pair)
  • 54nd World Table Tennis Championships Team Match: Runner-up (Kasumi Ishikawa, Mima Ito, Miu Hirano,Nagasaki Miyuki)
  • ITTF World Tour Platinum Australian Open Doubles Winner (Mima Ito Pair)
  • ITTF World Tour Platinum Austria Open Doubles Winner (Mima Ito Pair)
  • ITTF World Tour Grand Final (Doubles) Winner (Mima Ito Pair)
2019
2020
  • All Japan Table Tennis Championships Women's Singles Empress's Cup Winner
2021
  • WTT Middle East Hub Contender Doha Tournament Singles Runner-up

Grade

* Highest grade

Women's Singles

  • ITTF World Tour Win(Australia 2016)
  • ITTF World Tour Grand Final Best 16 (2016)
  • ITTF World Tour Grand Final U-21 Win(2016)
  • All Japan Table Tennis Championships Women's Singles Win(2020)

Women's doubles

Mixed doubles

Women's group

International competition final

*Only general section

Women's Singles

 Win 7, Runner up 2

ResultYear.monthConventionScoreOpponentOfficial video
second place2014.04World Tour Chile OP1-4Japanese flagMaeda Miyu[1]
Win2016.06World Tour Australia OP4-1Japanese flagYuka Ishigaki[2]
Win2017.11Challenge Series Spain OP4-3Republic of Korea flagTian Zhixi[3]
Win2019.02Challenge Series Plus Portugal OP4-3Japanese flagHashimoto Honoka[4]
Win2019.03ITTF Challenge Oman Open4-1Chinese Taipei flag[5]
Win2019.05ITTF Challenge Serbia Open4-1Hong Kong flagSound of rebirth[6]
Win2019.09ITTF Challenge Paraguay Open4-2Japanese flagHashimoto Honoka[7]
second place2021.03WTT Contender Doha2-4Japanese flagMito Ito[8]

Women's doubles

 Win 8, Runner up 5

ResultYear.monthConventionpairScoreOpponentOfficial video
second place2015.07World Tour/Korea OPJapanese flagHitomi Sato2-3Japanese flagHirano Miu/Japanese flagMito Ito[9]
second place2016.11World Tour Austria OPJapanese flagKato Miyu2-3Japanese flagHitomi Sato/Japanese flagHashimoto Honoka[10]
Win2016.12World Tour Grand FinalJapanese flagYuma Hamamoto4-2Hong Kong flagDoo Hoi Kem /Hong Kong flag[11]
second place2017.04World Tour/Korea OPJapanese flagMito Ito1-3German flag/German flag1 2 3 4
Win2017.08World Tour/Czech OPJapanese flagMito Ito3-2Swedish flag/Hungarian flagGeorgina porta[12]
Win2017.11World Tour-German OPJapanese flagHirano Miu3-0Chinese Taipei flag/Chinese Taipei flag[13]
Win2017.11World Tour Sweden OPJapanese flagMito Ito3-1Flag of the People's Republic of ChinaZhu Yuling/Flag of the People's Republic of ChinaChen dream[14]
second place2017.12World Tour Grand FinalJapanese flagMito Ito0-4Flag of the People's Republic of ChinaZhu Yuling /Flag of the People's Republic of ChinaChen dream[15]
Win2018.03World Tour-German OPJapanese flagMito Ito3-1Republic of Korea flagTian Zhixi/Republic of Korea flagLiang Xia Gin[16]
Win2018.07World Tour Australia OPJapanese flagMito Ito3-0Japanese flagHashimoto Honoka/Japanese flagHitomi Sato[17]
Win2018.11World Tour Austria OPJapanese flagMito Ito3-0Flag of the People's Republic of ChinaChen Kodou/Flag of the People's Republic of ChinaGrandson[18]
Win2018.12World Tour Grand FinalJapanese flagMito Ito3-0Flag of the People's Republic of ChinaChen Xingtong /Flag of the People's Republic of ChinaGrandson[19]
second place2019.05World championshipJapanese flagMito Ito2-4Flag of the People's Republic of ChinaWang Man/Flag of the People's Republic of ChinaGrandson[20]

Mixed doubles

 Win 1, Runner up 1

ResultYear.monthConventionpairScoreOpponentOfficial video
second place2019.06World Tour Japan OPJapanese flagTomokazu Harimoto0-3Flag of the People's Republic of ChinaForgiveness/Flag of the People's Republic of ChinaZhu Yuling[21]
Win2019.11World Tour Austria OPJapanese flagTomokazu Harimoto3-1Flag of the People's Republic of ChinaLin Gaoyuan /Flag of the People's Republic of ChinaZhu Yuling

List of competition results

Abbreviation explanation

S = Women's Singles, D = Women's Doubles, M = Mixed Doubles, T = Group

WFB#PQF#RRR

W = 3st place, F = 4nd place, B = 8rd place, # P = # place (XNUMXth place or less), QF = Best XNUMX, # R = # Round robin defeat, RR = Round Robin defeat

YearsWorld championshipWorld CupGrand finalAsian GamesAsian ChampionshipAsian CupAll Japan ChampionshipTop 12
SDTSTSDTSDTSSDMTS
20122R
20133R
20144R4R
20154R3R3RB
20161RWQF4R3R
2017B1RF4RBF5R3R
2018FF6RWBW
2019FBW

Match record

This player list isWorld rankingWithin 10th place,World rankingWithin 100th place and 5 or more races, 1st place in the world ranking or world competition (Olympic,World championship,World Cup,Grand final) With a singles winnerITTFIt is a match result in the sponsored game[34].

■TaiziIs No. 1 in the world ranking or the world competition (Olympic,World championship,World Cup,Grand final) Singles winners

* Data is as of May 2017, 5

World ranking

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20149984868686848763
2015646363545051576365585959
2016616155584134372219192224
2017231922211619292417151414
2018111412181516151625313034
2019434237343035393429262523
20202321232929

T league results

YearsTeamUniform numberEventNumber of matchesvictorydefeatEventNumber of matchesvictorydefeat
2018-19Nippon Life Red Elf#18single11 match11 wins0 losses Doubles0 match0 wins0 losses
2019-2012 match8 wins4 losses 0 match0 wins0 losses
2021-2117 match14 wins3 losses 0 match0 wins0 losses

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  13. ^ Kohei Sambe and Miyu Maeda win the Chile Open! Table tennis kingdom
  14. ^ 20th Asian Junior Table Tennis Championships Japan Table Tennis Association
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  34. ^ Mima Ito's main match resultsTable tennis navigation
  35. ^ Polite and Hina Hayata match resultsTable tennis navigation
  36. ^ Match results of all matches between Liu Shibun and Hina HayataTable tennis navigation
  37. ^ Match results of all matches between Zhu Yuling and Hina HayataTable tennis navigation
  38. ^ Match results of all matches between Feng Tianwei and Hina HayataTable tennis navigation
  39. ^ Match results of all matches between Chen Meng and Hina HayataTable tennis navigation
  40. ^ Match results of all matches between Kasumi Ishikawa and Hina HayataTable tennis navigation
  41. ^ Match results of all matches between Chen Yi Ching (Cheng I-Ching) and Hina HayataTable tennis navigation
  42. ^ Match results of all matches between Han Ying and Hina HayataTable tennis navigation
  43. ^ Match results of all matches between Miu Hirano and Hina HayataTable tennis navigation
  44. ^ Match results of all matches between Hitomi Sato and Hina HayataTable tennis navigation
  45. ^ Match results of all matches between Doo Hoi Kem and Hina HayataTable tennis navigation
  46. ^ Results of all matches between Shan Xiaona and Hina HayataTable tennis navigation
  47. ^ Match results of all matches between Hina Hayata and Jeon Ji HeeTable tennis navigation
  48. ^ Match results of all matches between Hina Hayata and Honoka HashimotoTable tennis navigation
  49. ^ Match results of all matches between Hina Hayata and Yui HamamotoTable tennis navigation
  50. ^ Match results of all matches between Hina Hayata and Miyu MaedaTable tennis navigation
  51. ^ Match results of all matches between Hina Hayata and XIAO MariaTable tennis navigation
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