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[Table tennis] Mima Ito challenges the women's singles bronze medal match "Switch your feelings firmly"

 
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On this night, he is preparing for the bronze medal match with Monyu Yu (Singapore), who defeated Kasumi Ishikawa (28 = Zen-Noh) the day before.
 

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Kazumi Ishikawa

Kasumi Ishikawa(Kasumi Ishikawa,1993(Heisei5 years)May 2 -) isJapanGirlsTable tennisplayer.愛称はNickname isKasumi.Yamaguchi Yamaguchi CityI'm fromheight157 cm.Weight49 kg.Blood TypeO type.left handed..両面Both sidesBack softDrive main battle type.ITTFWorld rankingThe highest rank is 3st.RankIs 9 steps.Whole farmBelongs.

London Olympics,Rio de Janeiro Olympics,Tokyo OlympicsRepresentation from Japan(bothSinglesas well as the Group).

history

"Ai-chan" II

1993May 2Born in Yamaguchi City, Yamaguchi Prefecture.Both parents are former table tennis playersFukuoka UniversityTable tennis club synchronization[1]..卒業後、父はAfter graduation, my fatherNittaku Club, Mother is FukuokaNissan MotorHe was active as a player until he got married, but he moved to Yamaguchi prefecture due to his father's transfer, his father transferred to a club there, and his mother resumed activities after giving birth.National bodyBecame the representative of Yamaguchi Prefecture[2].Yamaguchi City Hirakawa Elementary School[3] When I was taken to practice at the Shiraishi Table Tennis Club in my neighborhood during the first year of the year, I started playing table tennis for fun, and my parents gave me on my 1th birthday.uniformI was given a gift and started playing table tennis in earnest.元FormerNational bodyUnder the guidance of the player's mother, Kumi, in 3 months of practiceAll Japan ChampionshipBambi section(2nd grade or younger) Passed 2nd place in Yamaguchi Prefecture qualifying and entered the best 64 in the final.Convinced of his talent, his parents built a table tennis court at his home in Yamaguchi City.

He honed his skills at the "Yamaguchi Junior Club" taught by his mother, participated in competitions held every week on Saturdays and Sundays, and gained practical experience against adults.小学校6年で出場したParticipated in the sixth grade of elementary school20051 of the monthAll Japan Table Tennis Championship・ In women's singles, defeated high school and college students to advance to the third round,Ai-chanIt became a hot topic as "the second generation".

April 2005, in OsakaShitennoji Habikioka Junior High SchoolGo on to school againAi FukuharaWas once enrolledMiki HouseBelongs to the JSC table tennis club and begins to live in a dormitory with his teammates.2006In the All Japan Championship, advance to the 5th round.In the spring of the same year, he became a candidate for the Japanese national team.

visionIs 0.1glassesI have been using it since 2006contact lensI changed to.

Domination of national championships

Participated in the second year of junior high school20071 of the monthAll Japan Table Tennis ChampionshipsThen in the 6th round of high school studentsYuka IshigakiDefeated 4-0,Ai FukuharaSince then, the best 8 advancement in junior high school students. At 13 years and 11 months, he was in the top 8 and was the second youngest record in history after Fukuhara's 13 years and 1 month.In the quarter-finals, he defeated Reiko Hiura, a member of society, 2-4, and was the youngest player in history to enter the top four.

Also invited by the All Japan Championship Best 4Japan Top 12 Table Tennis TournamentThen, in the first match of the qualifying league, I won the All Japan Championship Junior Division Final.Shitennoji High SchoolAlthough he lost to Yuko Fujii, in the second raceJuroku Bank OfTakae TabemiWon straight and advanced to the final tournament by calculating game points.準決勝の対戦相手は同門の先輩であり、2007年の全日本選手権優勝者のThe opponent in the semi-finals is a senior in the same class, the winner of the XNUMX All Japan Championship.Sayaka HiranoSo, although I got 2 games in advance, I got 4 games in a row and lost in the reverse, and became the best 4.

February 2007, 2, World Championship representative from May of the same year (クロアチア-Zagreb) Was selected as the youngest doubles player in history.

2008In January, entered the All Japan Championship Singles in the Top 1 for the second consecutive year.He was also selected as a member of the World Championship group (2 people) in February of the same year.In April of the same year, entered Shitennoji High School. 4年生のときのWhen I was in the first gradeNational high school overallIn the table tennis singles, he defeated Yuko Fujii, a senior at the same high school, 4-0 in the final to become the first grade champion. It is the first time in 1 years for girls to win the Inter-High School Championships in the first grade.[4].

During the one year of enrollment in the first year of high school from 2008 to 09, he achieved the great achievement of complete domination in the first year of high school in four domestic competitions at the inter-high school, national polity, selection, all-Japan junior and high school level.

2011In January, he won the All Japan Championship Singles for the first time.

Achieved the triple crown of women's singles, doubles and mixed doubles at the All Japan Table Tennis Championships in January 2015 in 1.Kazuko YamaizumiThis is the second person in 54 years since then.

Challenge to the world stage

2009 years,World rankingIn the World Table Tennis Championships (individual) Yokohama tournament, which participated in 99th place, the world ranking 2th in the second roundTheyana(Hong Kong) won a big come-from-behind victory with a game count of 0-3 and a 4th game of 3-9.その後も3回戦でAfter that in the third roundFukuoka Haruna, Also won the 4th round against Yu Mengyu (Singapore) and entered the top 8.準々決勝では世界ランク1位のNo. XNUMX in the world in the quarterfinalsZhang NingHe played against (China) and played a good fight with 1-4.It is the first time that a Japanese female player has entered the Top 8 of the World Championship since Ai Fukuhara of the 2003 Paris Tournament.同年(09年)のOf the same year (XNUMX)National High School Championships (Inter-High)Then, he won all singles games without losing a single game and won the championship in a row.

In January 2010, he won the All Japan Championship Junior Women's Division and achieved the first four consecutive victories in history.Kenta MatsudairaTogether with the mixed doubles that won the pair with, he won two crowns. He won 2 wins (5 losses) at the World Championships (group) in May and contributed to the bronze medal for 4 consecutive tournaments for Japanese women.メダルをかけた準々決勝の韓国戦は2番手として出場し、世界ランク5位のIn the quarter-final match against South Korea with medals, he participated as 3rd and ranked 16th in the world.Dang Ye-seoI took 0 games from the game count 2-3 and made a big turnaround. First singles win at the ITTF Pro Tour Morocco Open in July. 7月のAugustNational High School Championships (Inter-High)Then, she won the women's singles and achieved the first three consecutive victories for women.同年3月の第12回The 8th in December of the same yearWorld Junior Table Tennis ChampionshipsIn the women's group, she won the first championship by blocking the eighth straight victory in China, and also won the second place in the singles doubles.ジュニア大会ではあるが、世界タイトルイベントでの日本女子団体種目優勝はAlthough it is a junior tournament, the winner of the Japanese women's group event at the world title event1971It's been 39 years since the women's team won the World Table Tennis Championships (Nagoya Tournament).

January 2011, 1, 22 years and 17 months old, won the All Japan Table Tennis Championships Women's Singles for the first time[5]..高校生での全日本女王は1988年のThe All Japan Queen in high school was in XNUMXRika SatoSixth person since then.51th World Table Tennis Championship Individual MatchThe London Olympics singles participation is decided in the world ranking on May 5th after the end[6].. In June 2012, it rose to 6th place in the world ranking.

After the London Olympics

London OlympicsIn the singles of, it appeared from the third round as the fourth seed, Kambin Li (オーストリア) With 4-2, the fourth round is Chen Lee (ポーランド) 4-1 and the quarterfinalsOgoshi ancientDefeated (Singapore) 4-1 and achieved the first semi-final advance for Japanese men and women in the Olympic singles.メダルを賭けた準決勝は第2シードの李暁霞(中国)に1-4で、3位決定戦はThe semi-final betting the medal was XNUMX-XNUMX to the second seed Li Xiaoxia (China), and the third place deciding match wasFeng TianAlthough he lost to (Singapore) 0-4 and did not win, he won the 4th place, the highest in Japanese history.続くContinueAi Fukuhara,Sayaka HiranoIn the group that participated together, he defeated Singapore in the semi-finals, and although he lost to China in the final, he finished second and won the silver medal, which is the first Olympic medal in the table tennis world.

On August 8th after returning to Japan, my hometownYamaguchi Yamaguchi CityA rickshaw parade was held by Kasumi Ishikawa himself.山口市のYamaguchi CitySumitada WatanabeThe mayor praised "Ishikawa, who played an active part on the world stage, gave bright hope and vitality to society," and presented the first "Citizen's Honor Award."[7].

Won the All Japan Table Tennis Championships Women's Singles from 2013 to 2015 for the third consecutive time. In January 3, he moved up to 2015th place, his best in the world ranking.同年1月発表の世界ランキングで日本人最高の4位となり、9年In the world ranking announced in September of the same year, it became the highest 5th place among Japanese people, and in 2016Rio de Janeiro OlympicsElected as a women's singles and team competition representative.In singles, it appeared from the 4rd round as the 3th seed.Kim Song YiIn the first match with (North Korea), he suffered a right calf spasm in the final set, but after that he showed tenacity such as taking 4 points in a row, but he lost the full set and was eliminated in the first match (Kim finally won the bronze medal) ..In a post-match comment, he explained that the cramps were not a direct cause of defeat, saying, "(The abnormality in the right foot) did not affect the play so much, so it's okay."In the team competition, he participated only in singles in all games, won all the games from the first round to the third place playoff, and showed an activity to lead the Japanese national team as an ace, and won medals in two consecutive tournaments. 1年度の全日本卓球選手権シングルスは決勝まで勝ち進んだがThe 3 All Japan Table Tennis Championships singles have won to the finalHirano MiuLost to and missed the fourth straight victory. In February 4, he emerged as his best 2017rd place in the world ranking.

Since 2017Chinese Super LeagueI was planning to participate in[8], It became a policy that foreign players cannot participate just before the opening of the league[9]..同年の全日本卓球選手権シングルスは準決勝でThe All Japan Table Tennis Championship Singles of the same year was in the semifinalsMito ItoLost to, and the record of advancing to the finals since 2011 stopped at 7.

2018 Year of 5 MonthWorld table tennis championshipThen.Kim Song Yi(Korea) And fought a deadly battle until the final set, but won 3-2 and won a silver medal.[10][11].

In the T-League that started in Japan in October 2018,KanagawaTeam ofKinoshita Avier KanagawaBelong to

2019 years55th World Table Tennis Championship Individual MatchThen, he won the silver medal in the mixed doubles with Maharu Yoshimura, and became the medal for the third consecutive tournament.[12][13]..After that, Hirano and the Tokyo Olympics singles representative selection criteria were contested over the world ranking.最終戦となったワールドツアー・グランドファイナルで共に1回戦敗退となり、2020年1月の世界ランキングで日本人2位以内が確実となったBoth of them lost the first round in the final round of the World Tour Grand Final, and it was confirmed that they would be ranked second in the world ranking in January XNUMX.[14] From thatTokyo OlympicsMeet the singles representative selection criteria.

Tokyo Olympics

It was announced on January 2020, 1 that he was appointed as the representative of the Tokyo Olympics singles and group.[15].

In 2021, he played against Mima Ito in the 2020 All Japan Table Tennis Championships Women's Singles in the final, winning three games in a row from the inferiority of game count 1-3 and winning the fifth victory since the 3 tournament.[16].

2020 Tokyo OlympicsThen.Japanese teamDeputy captain[17]..In the women's singles table tennis competition, she advanced to the quarterfinals, but lost to Singapore's Monyu Yu 1-4 in the quarterfinals.[18].

Play style

leftShake hand-All roundType.The rubber is on the back(English edition),ServeI am good at it. (English edition)Has been an issue so far, but in January 2007, all Japan proved that his ability has improved considerably even in the back.It has high predictive ability and can respond flexibly to the situation.

"Ai-chan II" at the time of debutMediaIt was mentioned in, but the play style is different.尊敬する選手はThe player I admireWang Nan, The target player isGuo YuAnd both are left-handed Chinese.

Kinji Kondo (then Japan national team coach)Beijing OlympicsPreviously, he said, "One of the candidates for the Olympic team."Also,Takuji Nishimura(Former Japan national team coach) praises "Japanese treasure like Fukuhara" and his talent.

person

In an entertainerHideaki Ito-Kumi Kouda-Matsumoto JunFans.Especially for Ito, "Sea monkey』UchiwaLondon OlympicsI brought it with me[19]..また倖田とは、かつては一ファンとしてライブを見に行っていたが、現在は友達付き合いする仲でAlso, I used to go to see live performances with Koda as a fan, but now I'm in a relationship with friends.[20], Koda's album "Kouda" released in February 2014Bon VoyageIs a cheering song for Ishikawa "U KNOW"[21] Was recorded[22]..Matsumoto is the drama "Boys Over Flowers], He became a fan and listed him as his favorite male entertainer.

Tokyo OlympicsBefore, "Audrey-san, there are people who I would love to see.』(Chukyo TV) FormulaUAF YouTubeI was browsing the channel[23]..By the way, of the program MCWakabayashi Masayasu(オ ー ド リ ー) Is a big fan of Ishikawa[23]After learning that Wakabayashi was a fan of himself,Radio program"Audrey's All Night Nippon』(Nippon Broadcasting System, Inc.) Began to listen.

Watch every weekEntertainment showsIsAll power! Weakness times』(Fuji Television Network, Inc).

My younger sister, who is five years younger, is also a left-handed table tennis player.

Naoji Iwatani,Noboru Takeshita,Tokiko IwataniIs a distant relative.また、元Also, the originalIwate UniversityFaculty of AgriculturePresidentTakeo IshikawaBig uncleHits.

Chronological Table

Main battle record

2004
2005
  • National Junior High School Table Tennis Tournament: Singles Best 32, Group Champion (2rd time in 3 Tenba for XNUMX consecutive years)
  • All Japan Table Tennis Championships (Cadet Division): Singles championship under 13 years old
  • All Japan Table Tennis Championships (Cadet Division): Doubles Winner (Haruka Sakai Pair)
2006
  • 1 All Japan Table Tennis Championships: Junior Division Best 8
  • August National Junior High School Table Tennis Tournament: Singles Winner, Group Winner (8th consecutive year in Shitennoji)
  • 9 ITTF Pro Tour・ Japan OpenOgimura Cup: Participation (first appearance of general representative)
  • All Japan Table Tennis Championships (Cadet Division): Singles championship under 14 years old
  • All Japan Table Tennis Championships (Cadet Division): Doubles 2nd place (Miyuki Tawara pair)
  • December World Junior Championships: Singles Best 12
2007
2008
  • January All Japan Table Tennis Championships: Women's Singles Best 1 (4nd consecutive year), Junior Champion (2nd consecutive)
  • February Japan Top 2 Table Tennis Tournament: 12rd place (3nd consecutive year)
  • 3 49nd World Table Tennis Championships Team Match(Guangzhou Tournament): 3rd place
  • 8 Inter High: School competition championship, singles championship, doubles 3rd place (Yuko Fujii pair)
  • May 10stNational Athletic Meet(Oita): Boys and girls championship (Osaka boys and girls championship for the second time in a row) (Yuko Fujii, Haruka Sakai, Kasumi Ishikawa)
2009
  • January All Japan Table Tennis Championships: Women's Doubles First Winner (Sayaka Hirano Pair), Women's Junior Winner (1 consecutive victories), Women's Singles Best 3
  • March 3th National High School Selection Table Tennis Tournament: Women's School Opposition Winner (Shitennoji High School)
  • 5 50th World Table Tennis Championship Individual Match(Yokohama Tournament): Singles Best 8
  • July ITTF Pro Tour Morocco Open: Doubles Winner (Ai Fukuhara Pair)
  • 8 Inter High: School runner-up, singles victory (2 consecutive victories), doubles victory (Sakai Haruka pair)
  • May 9stNational Athletic Meet(Niigata): Boys and girls championship (Osaka boys and girls 3 consecutive victories) (Haruka Sakai, Kasumi Ishikawa, Mariko Takahashi)
  • May 12stEast Asian Games: Doubles championship (Ai Fukuhara pair), group 3rd, mixed doubles 3rd (Seiya Kishikawapair)
  • December World Table Tennis Championships Team Competition (Moscow Tournament) Domestic Selection: 12st place
2010
  • January All Japan Table Tennis Championships: Women's Junior Champion (1 consecutive victories), Mixed Doubles Champion (4 consecutive victories)Kenta MatsudairaPair), Women's Singles Best 8
  • February Japan Top 2 Table Tennis Tournament: Winner
  • February ITTF Pro Tour Qatar Open: U2 Winner
  • March ITTF Pro Tour Germany Open: Doubles Winner (Ai Fukuhara Pair)
  • March 3th National High School Selection Table Tennis Tournament: Women's School Opposition Winner (Shitennoji High School)
  • 5 50nd World Table Tennis Championships Team Match(Moscow Games): 3rd place
  • July ITTF Pro Tour Morocco Open: Singles Winner, Doubles Winner (Reiko Hiura Pair)
  • August Inter-High: Singles championship (8 consecutive victories)
  • October ITTF Pro Tour Hungary Open: Doubles Winner (Ai Fukuhara Pair)
  • November ITTF Junior Circuit Final: Women's Singles Winner
  • 11 16th Asian Games(Guangzhou): Women's doubles 3rd place (Ai Fukuhara pair), mixed doubles 3rd place (Kenta Matsudaira pair)
  • December 12th World Junior Championships: Women's group first victory (Ishikawa, Morizono, Tanioka, Maeda), singles runner-up, doubles runner-up (doubles runner-up)Morizono Misakipair)
2011
  • January All Japan Table Tennis Championships: Women's singles first victory, mixed doubles runner-up (Kenta Matsudaira pair)
  • January ITTF Pro Tour England Open: U-1 Winner
  • April ITTF Pro Tour Spanish Open: U-4 Winner
  • April 4th Japan Table Tennis League Big Tournament (Ishikawa Tournament): Runner-up
  • 5 51th World Table Tennis Championship Individual Match(Rotterdam Tournament): Singles Best 16
  • August ITTF Pro Tour Chile Open: Singles Winner, Doubles Winner (Sayaka Hirano Pair)
  • October ITTF Pro Tour Sweden Open: U-10 Winner
  • November LIEBHERR 11 World Team Cup: Runner-up (Ishikawa, Fukuhara, Hirano)
  • November 11th World Junior Championships: Women's Group Runner-up (Ishikawa, Tanioka, Maeda, Niwa)
  • November ITTF Pro Tour Grand Final: Doubles runner-up (Ai Fukuhara pair), U-11 championship
2012
  • January All Japan Table Tennis Championships: Women's Singles Runner-up
  • January ITTF World Tour Slovenia Open: U-1 Winner
  • February ITTF World Tour Qatar Open: U-2 Winner
  • February Women's group 2rd place[27]
  • April ITTF World Tour Spanish Open: U-4 Winner
  • April ITTF World Tour Chile Open: U-4 Winner
  • May ITTF World Tour Korea Open: U-5 Winner
  • June ITTF World Tour Japan Open: U-6 Winner
  • 8 London Olympics: 4th in singles, 2nd in women's groups (Ishikawa, Fukuhara, Hirano)
  • December 12 Japan Table Tennis League Playoffs JTTL Final 24 [Prime Minister's Cup]: Winner (participated as Hitachi Chemical Gold player)
  • December ITTF World Tour Grand Final: U-12 Winner
2013
  • January All Japan Table Tennis Championships: Women's Singles Runner-up
  • January ITTF World Tour Austrian Open: Women's Doubles Runner-up (Misaki Morizono Pair)
  • February Japan Top 2 Table Tennis Tournament: Winner
  • February ITTF World Tour Kuwait Open: Women's Doubles Runner-up (Misaki Morizono Pair)
  • March World Team Cup (Guangzhou, China): Women's team runner-up
  • April ITTF World Tour Korea Open: Women's Singles Runner-up
  • April Asian Cup: 4rd place
  • February Women's group 7rd place[28]
2014
  • December ITTF World Tour Grand Final: Women's Singles Winner
2015
  • January All Japan Table Tennis Championships: Women's Singles Winner, Doubles Winner (Sayaka Hirano Pair), Mixed Doubles Winner (Sayaka Hirano Pair)Yoshimura Maharupair)
  • 5 53th World Table Tennis Championship Individual Match(Suzhou Tournament): Mixed Doubles Runner-up (Maharu Yoshimura Pair)
  • May ITTF World Tour Philippines Open: Women's Singles Winner
  • August ITTF World Tour Bulgaria Open: Women's Singles Winner
  • November 11 Table Tennis World Cup Women's Singles: Runner-up (Silver medal is the first Japanese[29])
2016
2017
  • January All Japan Table Tennis Championships: Women's Singles 1nd Place, Mixed Doubles XNUMXnd Place (Maharu Yoshimura Pair)
  • April ITTF World Tour Korea Open: Women's Singles Runner-up
  • 6 54th World Table Tennis Championship Individual Match(Dusseldorf Tournament): Mixed DoublesWin(Maharu Yoshimura pair, 1969 Munich tournamentNobuhiko Hasegawa&Yasuko KonnoWorld Championship championship since the group[30])
  • August ITTF World Tour Bulgaria Open: Women's Singles Winner, Doubles Winner (Mima Ito Pair)
  • August ITTF World Tour Czech Open: Women's Singles Runner-up
  • April Asian Cup: 9rd place
2018
2019
2020
  • January All Japan Championship: Women's Singles Runner-up
  • February ITTF World Tour Germany Open: Doubles runner-up (Miu Hirano pair)
  • February ITTF Challenge Series Portugal Open: Women's Singles Winner
  • February ITTF World Tour Hungary Open: Doubles Winner (Miu Hirano Pair)
2021
  • January All Japan Championship: Women's Singles Winner
  • 3 WTTMiddle East Hub Contender Doha: Doubles Winner (Miu Hirano Pair)
  • March WTT Middle East Hubstar Contender Doha: Doubles runner-up (Miu Hirano pair)

Grade

* Highest grade

Singles

Doubles

Mixed doubles

Team competition

Match record

ITTFSingles match record against major players in official matches[31].. Bold is the highest ranked player in the world

* As of 2020 year

World ranking

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2007186190185185158148145147159156160145
2008144143149146155136112114112111106102
200910510697996259636364625957
2010524725282930342932182420
201111810111089117777
2012876665658889
2013999989111099910
2014101089109898966
2015445565555555
2016754444666565
2017434466775545
2018443334444433
20193446666688810
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T league results

YearsTeamUniform numberEventNumber of matchesvictorydefeatEventNumber of matchesvictorydefeat
2018-19Kinoshita Avier Kanagawa#7single21 match16 wins5 lossesDoubles4 match3 wins1 losses
2019-2015 match11 wins4 losses0 match0 wins0 losses
2020-2114 match13 wins1 losses0 match0 wins0 losses

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  • Athlete's soul --Broadcast on May 2011, 5
  • Passion continent --Broadcast on May 2014, 10
  • Professional work style"Turn Challenge into Strength" --Broadcast on January 2018, 1
  • Professional work style "Kasumi Ishikawa Special" --Broadcast on August 2020, 8
  • Professional work style "Kasumi Ishikawa special + reflection meeting with sub-audio!" --Broadcast on September 2020, 9

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  1. ^ "How to raise a genius Kumi, the mother of table tennis player Kasumi Ishikawa: XNUMX Imprint "defeat" with hard practice". Asahi ShimbunAsahi Shimbun (February 2009, 8). 2018/6/12Browse.
  2. ^ "Father talks about Kasumi Ishikawa's elementary school days". Nittaku News. Japan Table Tennis (July 2011). 2018/6/12Browse.
  3. ^ Yamaguchi City Hirakawa Elementary School
  4. ^ "Five great people in the Japanese table tennis world who gave dreams, emotions and love”. [SPAIA] Spire (May 2016, 7). 2020/11/14Browse.
  5. ^ Kasumi Ishikawa wins all Japan for the first time! The birth of a high school queen for the first time in 22 years Sports Nippon Read November 2011, 1
  6. ^ Fukuhara Singles Olympic Ticket!Ishikawa is the first, boys are Mizutani & Kishigawa Sports Nippon April 2011, 5
  7. ^ "Table tennis" silver "" Kasumi-chan parades, motivated by Rio "(Yomiuri Shimbun, August 2012, 8)
  8. ^ Kasumi Ishikawa "I want to challenge" to the Chinese Super League next season -Daily Sports, viewed September 2017, 10
  9. ^ Why Biu, Kasumi Out, Chinese Table Tennis Exclude Japanese Players -Daily Sports, viewed September 2017, 10
  10. ^ "Table tennis girls defeat the North-South joint team: silver or more confirmed table tennis team game". Asahi Shimbun digital(July 2018, 5). https://www.asahi.com/articles/ASL54143PL53UTQP02D.html 2018/5/5Browse. 
  11. ^ Women's Japan National Team Semifinal World table tennis 2018
  12. ^ Kasumi Ishikawa & Masaharu Yoshimura, three consecutive tournament medals confirmed. -Sports report, viewed April 2019, 4
  13. ^ Ishikawa & Makoto Yoshimura lost to the Chinese pair, quasi-V ... Even if they won the same pair for the first time in 60 years, "I want to be proud of this result." --Sponichi, viewed April 2019, 4
  14. ^ "Kasumi Ishikawa is the Olympic ticket for XNUMX consecutive tournaments!平野美宇との“最終決戦”で逃げ切り/卓球Escape in the "final battle" with Miu Hirano / table tennis”(Japanese). SANSPO.COM (September 2019, 12). 2020/1/6Browse.
  15. ^ Japan Broadcasting Corporation. “Tokyo Olympics table tennis representative from Japan is undecided". NHK News. 2020/1/6Browse.
  16. ^ "Kasumi Ishikawa 5th time in 5 years V Mima Ito reversed from 1-3". Nikkan Sports ComNikkan Sports Newspaper. 17 January 2021.Retrieved January 2021, 1.
  17. ^ "Kasumi Ishikawa, Deputy Captain," Feelings of Tightening "After the Unity Ceremony.Nikkan Sports. https://www.nikkansports.com/olympic/tokyo2020/table-tennis/news/202107060001125.html 2021/7/28Browse. 
  18. ^ "Kasumi Ishikawa loses in tears quarterfinal" I didn't know what he was doing "".Nikkan Sports. https://www.nikkansports.com/olympic/tokyo2020/table-tennis/news/202107280000283.html 2021/7/28Browse. 
  19. ^ What is the "big gap" between table tennis player Kasumi Ishikawa and "I hate eating"? --Cyzo Woman, September 2012, 9
  20. ^ Is the true intention of the gorgeous guest to the light talk of pacific saury Akashiya?ブレーク必至の若手芸人も登場A young comedian who is inevitable to break also appears --TV LIFE ・ January 2014, 1
  21. ^ 2020May 2Is the hometown of IshikawaYamaguchi Local special program "To TOKYO 2020!Kasumi Ishikawa Declaration of Absolute Support! !! ((Yamaguchi Asahi Broadcasting), Koda revealed when he appeared on the VTR.Until just before this broadcast, it was not publicly announced as "Tell only Ishikawa himself which song is the cheering song".
  22. ^ Kumi Koda, support song for Kasumi Ishikawa "I want to give you a song that can push your back" -Sankei Sports・December 2014, 2
  23. ^ a b Masayasu Wakabayashi and Kasumi Ishikawa are impressed by the undecorated personality of "the best person!" -ORICON NEWS, December 2021, 9
  24. ^ Refreshing administrative service promotion movement WEB enlightenment poster museum
  25. ^ "Yamaguchi National Athletic Meet "Energize the Disaster Area" Opening Ceremony, Circle of 3 People". Yamaguchi newspaper (September 2011, 10). 2012/8/22Browse.
  26. ^ "Hitachi Chemical Women's Table Tennis Club Appoints Kasumi Ishikawa as Gold Player" (Japanese) (HTML) (Press Release), Hitachi Chemical Co., Ltd., (May 2012, 5), http://www.hitachi-chem.co.jp/japanese/information/2012/n_120507.html 2016/10/5Browse. 
  27. ^ 20th Asian Table Tennis Championships (2012.2.23-3.1, Macau) Japan Table Tennis Association
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