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Risako Kawai is V2, sisters are "gold" Karate Shimizu, racewalking Ikeda is a silver medal

 
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Japan of Kasumi Ishikawa (28), Mima Ito (20) and Miu Hirano (21) lost to China in the table tennis women's team final and was a silver medal.
 

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Mito Ito

Misa Ito(Mima Ito[10],2000May 10 -) is[11][12],JapanGirlsTable tennisplayer.ShizuokaIwataI'm fromBlood TypeO[10].. AffiliationStarts.ITTFWorld rankingThe highest rank is 2nd (April 2020).RankIs 7 steps.

Same gradeHirano Miu(Shizuoka PrefectureNumazu CityBorn) is a friendrivalIt is a relationship and from childhood "MiumiNicknamed "Doubles[13].. 2014, the youngestITTF World Tour,World Tour Grand FinalWon the same gradeHina HayataEven with the pair "", he has shown results such as winning medals at the world championship and winning the world tour grand final. Also, they were born around 2000Women's table tennis golden generationAlso called.

Even the 2015 singles won the youngest in the world tour. In 2016,Olympic table tennis competitionBecame the medalist at the youngest age of 15 years.

Held in 2021Tokyo OlympicsThen.Jun MizutaniBecame the first Olympic gold medalist in table tennis mixed doubles[14], Won the second Japanese medal (bronze medal) in singles for both men and women (first in women's singles)[15]..In the table tennis women's team,Hirano MiuとKazumi IshikawaWon a silver medal with[16].

Person/Career

ShizuokaIwatabirth[17]..Maternal high grandfatherZhuangbiaoof(1852Born)[18].[17],Osaka-Shoyo Junior High SchoolGraduation[19].. Graduated from Shoyo High School, Osaka[20].. From Iwata City to attend junior high schoolOsakaMoved to, girlsRepresentation from JapanDirector (at that time)Yasukazu MurakamiFounded byKansai Table Tennis AcademyAre practicing based in[17][21].. He has also been a table tennis national team sponsor since September 2013.StartsHave a contract with[22].

My parents are former table tennis players, and my mother started playing table tennis in the first year of middle school.National high school general physical education meet,All Japan Student Table Tennis ChampionshipsHave participated in and have been active in a club team after marriage[23].

Until 2010

I started playing table tennis when I was 2 years old[17].. Ace of later Japanese boys at the age of fourJun MizutaniNobuo's father, Nobuo, became a representative of the Toyota Town Table Tennis Sports Boys' Team and received guidance.[24][25].. 2005, at the age of 4All Japan Table Tennis ChampionshipBambi sectionFirst appearance in (smaller than 2). Won the Bambi section in 2008 and the Cub section (elementary 2010 and under) in 4.[26].

2011

Participated in January, 1 years and 10 monthsAll Japan Table Tennis ChampionshipFirst victory inAi FukuharaSet the youngest victory record ever[27].. At the ITTF Junior Circuit Korea Open held in August, at the age of 8 years and 10 months, Cadet Singles won for the first time and set the youngest victory record of the same kind[28][29].. At the Junior Circuit Chinese Taipei Open next month, the same yearInter HighWas also the winner (Aomori Yamada High School) And played the first win in junior singles, and achieved three crowns in combination with the Cadet singles and Cadet group. This win also set the youngest singles record in junior singles[30]. In addition, the number of rally times per minute is 1 times with Takusho AraiGuinness World RecordsEstablished[31][32].

2012

January,Japan Top 12 Table Tennis TournamentFirst appeared at the age of 11[33].. Made in JuneITTF World Tour・World ranking 50th at the Spanish Open(English edition)( ã‚¹ã‚¦ã‚§ãƒ¼ãƒ‡ãƒ³), passed the qualifying, and played the tour finalist at the youngest in history[34].. In MayEast Asian Hopes ChampionshipIn the final, we rematched Miu Hirano, who lost the final in the previous year, and won the championship.[35]. It was also done in DecemberWorld Junior Table Tennis ChampionshipsParticipated in 6th grade, the youngest in Japanese history[36], Won a silver medal in a women's group.

2013

Hirano MiuWomen's Doubles with, January 2013All Japan ChampionshipIn the tournament's youngest victory, FebruaryITTF World TourThe youngest player on the podium at the Qatar Open. Even in singles, while still in elementary school(English edition)(Singapore flag Singapore) Was won[37]. Yoo Mon Yu wins again in June[38]. When we enter the top 7 for the first time in the world ranking in July, we will be in the same year in AugustWorld Championship Paris TournamentWas also a Chinese national team player(Chinese version)(Flag of the People's Republic of China Chugoku) Defeat Venus[39]In November, it was the first time to win a player in the top 11 world rankings.[Note 1]. Held in SeptemberWorld Junior Table Tennis ChampionshipsWon the women's selection and won the appointment[40], World Junior Table Tennis Championships in December (Morocco flag モロッコIn production, won a silver medal in a women's group.

2014

At the World Tour Germany Open in March, she won her first World Tour win in the women's doubles with Miu Hirano. Doubles win at 3, 13 years oldGuo Yu(Flag of the People's Republic of China Chugoku) Became the youngest record in history to update 13 years old 224 days[41]. In addition, the total age of the two (2 years 27 days) is the youngest record in historyGuinness World RecordsCertified by[42]. She won the women's doubles at the Spanish Open and won her second tour.[43]. For the first time in the Australian Open in May, she won the women's singles in the U5 section[44]. 9th Asian Junior Table Tennis Championships held in September (Indian flag India-MumbaiMiu Hirano to the Cadet Women's OrganizationHina HayataIn the trio, he won two singles and doubles in the final match against China and contributed greatly to the victory in Japan.[45][46]. In the World Junior Championships Women's Selection Committee in October, the representative was nominated for the second consecutive year of victory[47]In production, she won a silver medal in a women's group and women's doubles. In December, she won the ITTF World Tour Grand Final Women's Doubles. This is the first time for Japanese men and women to win doubles[48]Also, at the age of 14Flag of the People's Republic of China Chugoku) Was the youngest record[49].

2015

In January, she entered the best eight Women's Singles All Japan Championships and won the Junior Women's Singles. The junior high school junior high school championKato MiyuThe sixth person after. Same yearWorld Championship Suzhou TournamentSelected as a Japanese national team player[50]. In March, women's singles at the German tour of the World Tour Super SeriesHan Inn(German flag Germany, World ranking 8) andFeng Tian(Singapore flag Singapore, 4th in the world ranking)(German version)(German flag Germany) And won the World Tour Singles for the first time. At the age of 14 and 152 days, the singles championship is Guo Yue (Flag of the People's Republic of China Chugoku) Has updated the record of 15 years old 66 days, and became the youngest record in history[24][51]Certified by Guinness World Records[42].

At the World Championship that started on April 4, Ai Fukuhara won the first round of women's singles2003 Paris ConventionAfter recording the youngest victory in the history of a Japanese player who updated the 14-year-old 201 days recorded in, he continued to win and entered the quarterfinals. In the quarterfinalsLee Xiao Xia(Flag of the People's Republic of China Chugoku), but Fukuhara, who was in the best 2003 at the 8 Paris tournament, was renewed at 14 years old 203 days, and at the age of 14 years old 192 days, he became the youngest 8th in the history of Japanese players.[52]。5月にはベラルーシオープンでツアーシングルス2勝目を挙げ、6月発表の世界ランキングでは14æ­³7カ月でのトップ10入りを果たし、自己最高位の9位まで浮上した。9月発表の世界ランキングで日本人3番手の10位となり、2016 Rio de Janeiro OlympicsSelected as a women's team competition candidate[53].. Held at the end of SeptemberAsian Table Tennis Championship(Kingdom of Thailand flag Thailand-Pattaya), participated as the center player of a women's group and contributed to the silver medal for the first time in 33 years for Japanese women. In addition, the women's doubles won the silver medal for the first time in 12 years in Japan. World Junior Championship of the same year (French flag France-Vendée) Was elected as a representative,Paris terrorist attacksI was not able to participate because the dispatch was canceled due to[54].. In December, they lost the doubles of the Grand Final in the final and missed their second straight title. [55]Received the "Breakthrough Star" at the ITTF Star Award for the most successful player of the year[56].

2016

He finished third in the All Japan Championship Women's Singles in January. First appearance in MarchWorld championshipWas appointed as the main player in the team competition. Ace of North Korea in the semifinalsLee Myung Seung(Democratic People's Republic of Korea flag north korea) Was overwhelmed by tears of delight when they decided to advance to the final[57].. Although they lost to China in the final, they won the silver medal for the second time in a row for two Japanese women's competitions. In AprilRio de Janeiro OlympicsThe world queen who participated in the Asian qualifying and ranked second in the worldPolite(Flag of the People's Republic of China Chugoku) Was won[58].

Ai Fukuhara at the Rio de Janeiro Olympics in August,Kazumi IshikawaHe participated in a women's group with him. In the semi-final, he lost to Germany and lost two consecutive silver medals, but in the third-place match against Singapore, he straight-defeated Feng Tianwei, who ranked fourth in the world in the fourth match, to win the bronze medal.[59].. Medal acquisition at 15 years old 300 daysFlag of the People's Republic of China Chugoku) 16 years old 34 days (2004, women's double)Table tennis competitionThe youngest record ever[60]..Also, as a female medalist for the Japanese Summer Olympics,Kyoko IwasakiIt became the youngest record after (1992, swimming race)[60].. In September, at the Jubilode in Iwata City, a parade was held with Jun Mizutani to win a medal, and more than 9 citizens gathered. After the parade, the Mayor Iwata received a Citizen's Honor Award from the two.[61].. World Tour singles third win at Austrian Open in November[62].. In the women's group of the World Junior Table Tennis Championships held in December in Cape Town, he showed victory in all the games he participated in, including two wins in the final against China, and led the team to the first victory in six years.[63].

2017

In the All Japan Championship Women's Singles in January, she lost to Ando Minami in the fifth round. March, 1stJapan Top 12 Table Tennis TournamentWon second place in[64].. In May23th Asian Championship(Flag of the People's Republic of China Chugoku-Wuxi) Won the women's group the silver medal for the second time in a row[65]. Also,Morizono MasatakaSilver medal with mixed doubles[66],Hina HayataWon the bronze medal in the women's doubles teamed with[67].

January,World Table Tennis Championship Dusseldorf TournamentThen participate in singles and doubles. Best 16 in singles Rei Ama (Flag of the People's Republic of China Chugoku) Was not defeated by 2-4 and was not the best 2 in two consecutive games, but won the bronze medal in the doubles with Hina Hayata. To win the Japanese medals of the same kind2001 Osaka Gamesof·Mayu KawagoeIt's been 16 years since the pair[68], 16-year-old pair won bronze medal in history[69].. In August, participated in the World Tour Bulgaria Open and won second place in singles, and won doubles with Kazumi Ishikawa.[70]And, in the Czech Open next week, he won the first singles victory over Kasumi Ishikawa and won the doubles teamed with Hina Hayata to achieve double crown.[71].

Late September,Chinese Super LeagueParticipated in the Kou A League, which is a subordinate organization of the[72][73].. October Wins singles at ITTF Challenge Poland Open[74].. In November, World Tour Sweden Open ranked No. 11 in the world with doubles with Hina HayataZhu Yuling(Flag of the People's Republic of China Chugoku), second placeChen dream(Flag of the People's Republic of China Chugoku) Win the pair and win[75].. At the World Tour Grand Final of the following month, he lost to the pair in the final and was runner-up.[76].. At the end of the yearWorld Championship Team Battle HalmstadWon the national team selection and won the representative right[77].

2018

In January, she won the first victory in the women's singles of the All Japan Championship by winning the "Miumi" confrontation. He also won the women's doubles with Hina Hayada and the mixed doubles with Masataka Morizono, achieving three crowns. Three crownsKazuko YamaizumiIt was the third person in history (1960), following Kazumi Ishikawa (2014), and the achievement at the age of 3 was the youngest record among men and women.[78].. In February, a new method of playing doubles in the first game was introduced.Team world cupThen, I played in mainly doubles with Hayata and won a silver medal[79].

January,World Championship Team Battle HalmstadIn the semifinalsTian Zhixi(Republic of Korea flag South Korea) 3-0[80]In the final, they have won 1 consecutive games against Japanese players in the first matchLiu Poon(Flag of the People's Republic of China Chugoku) Against 3-2[81].. The team lost 1-3 to China to win a silver medal, but Ito himself finished the tournament with eight wins.

January,Japan OpenSo in the Women's Singles SemifinalsChen Kodou(Flag of the People's Republic of China Chugoku) From 0-3 in the reverse victory, in the finalWang Manyu(Flag of the People's Republic of China Chugoku) And won[82].

In November's Swedish OP,Liu Poon(Flag of the People's Republic of China Chugoku),Polite(Flag of the People's Republic of China Chugoku) And win the race, the world ranking 1st place in the finalZhu Yuling(Flag of the People's Republic of China Chugoku) Overwhelmed 4-0 and won the championship[83].. Missed the best player of the year at the year-end ITTF award, but was honored as the best female player in the World Championship team competition[84].

2019

At the All Japan Championship in JanuaryMihara KiharaDefeated in the final and achieved the second straight victory in singles.Won the women's doubles and mixed doubles for the second time in a rowKiyoshi SaitoSince then, the second person in history (first in women) has achieved the third consecutive crown.[85].

Held in AprilWorld Championship Budapest TournamentThen, in the women's doubles with Hayada, the Japanese pair advanced to the final for the first time in 48 years, but in the finalWang Manyu(Flag of the People's Republic of China Chugoku)/Grandson(Flag of the People's Republic of China Chugoku) Lost 2-4 to pair and missed gold medal for the first time in 52 years[86].

January,Tokyo OlympicsAt the same venue, which is also called an outpostTokyo gymnasium, Doubles in the first match, with the same rules as the OlympicsTeam world cupThen, in the final match against China, he held a match point against Son Zuo, but suffered a reversal loss, and the team lost and won the second place.[87].. By entering the top 4 singles in the next week's World Tour Austrian OP, it was confirmed that the Japanese was within the second place in the world ranking in January 2020, and satisfied the Tokyo Olympic singles representative selection criteria.[88].. Also, at the same tournament in the finalZhu Yuling(Flag of the People's Republic of China Chugoku) Defeated 4-1 and won the tour's first victory of the same year.[89].. July,Japan Top 12 Table Tennis TournamentIn the finalHirano MiuDefeated and won for the first time[90].

2020

In the world ranking announced on January 1nd, it emerged as the third highest Japanese tie in Thailand through men and women[91][Note 2].. It was announced on the 6th that the Tokyo Olympic singles/group representative and Jun Mizutani's mixed doubles representative will be announced.[93].

Won the World Tour Hungary OP in February[94]In the following Qatar OP in March, carefully (Flag of the People's Republic of China Chugoku) A straight straight victory such as recording 3-11 in the third game against the opponent[95], Chen Yumu, who ranked first in the world in the final (Flag of the People's Republic of China Chugoku), but became the podium for two consecutive games[96].. As a result of this, in the world ranking announced in April, it has risen to the second place, which is the highest Japanese system in the current system (since 4). The second place in the world ranking for Japanese girls was 1991st in 2 even before that.Toshiko OwadaIt has been 49 years since then.[97].

Global epidemic of new coronavirusDue to the influence of the above, the international competitions after April were postponed or canceled one after another, and the target Tokyo Olympics was also postponed. In November, it was the first actual battle in 4 months.World CupWon the bronze medal and became the best 4 in the ITTF final[98].

2021

In the newly established WTT Middle East Hub Contender and Star Contender, he won the singles for the second consecutive tournament.

XNUM X Month X NUM X Day,2020 Tokyo OlympicsLiu Shiwen, who has played four times in the past in the mixed doubles event finalForgivenessset(Flag of the People's Republic of China Chugoku) 4-3, with Jun MizutaniThe first gold medal in the history of Japanese table tennisEarned[99]..Then in the women's singles in the semi-finalsGrandson(Flag of the People's Republic of China Chugoku)[100], In the 3rd place playoff(English edition)(Singapore flag Singapore) To win the bronze medal, and the table tennis singles medal was the second Japanese and the first women's singles since Jun Mizutani won the 2016 Rio Olympics.[101].

Miumi

Same ageHirano MiuHas been making double spares since childhood and has been successful in international competitions, and was the youngest in history in February 2013.ITTF World TourOn the podium of the year, Ito, who won the German Open in March 2014, 3 years and 13 days, won in 160, 2002 years and 13 days.Guo YuThe record is the youngest record in history, and the plain at 13 years old and 350 days became the third record. In addition, the total age of the two (3 years 2 days) is the youngest record in historyGuinness World RecordsCertified by. He won the Spanish Open the following week and won his second win.World Junior ChampionshipIn the second place,ITTF World Tour Grand FinalThen won the youngest. 2015 7 Korea Open championship, October ofAsian ChampionshipWon the second place at the Grand Final in December.

Also, as a rivalry, they will work hard together, and in the singles, the match record is 23 wins, Mitsui Ito 15 wins, and Miu Hirano 8 wins. The finals are 5 times and the winner is 12 times. Hosted by the ITTF, Mitoshi Ito 10 wins and Hirano Miu 6 wins during 4 races. One of them is the final and the winner is five.

rival

Polite(Flag of the People's Republic of China Chugoku) Is the world ranking first place and the first match of 1Japan Open, As of 2016Rio de Janeiro OlympicsIn qualifying in Asia, they have won 4-2 in the quarterfinals.[102][58].

Feng Tian(Singapore flag Singapore) Is the first victory in the 2015 German Open[103]In August 2016, in the Rio de Janeiro Olympics Group 8rd place final match, he broke straight and decided to win a bronze medal.

Grandson(Flag of the People's Republic of China Chugoku) Was born in the same year as Ito, and his birthday is only about 10 days away, and he has played a close battle at international competitions.[104], March 2020Women's World CupGrandson is leading with 6 wins and 2 losses at the end of[105]..Grandson evaluated Ito as "a good rivalry will continue for the next 10 years," and Ito evaluated grandson as "winning a grandson is as meaningful as winning the number one player in the world." And see each other as rivals[105].

Play style

Heterogeneous attack type of back table software, strong back table software in the front team, excellent fore smash[106], There is also a forehand smash "Mima Punch" that drops with a unique take back without twisting the waist[107], Chiquita, reverse Chiquita, cut block that surprises surprisingly well, and also strong in cut man at the 2015 Japan Open (14 years old) (Flag of the People's Republic of China) And then Kim Sung-Yi and Lee Myung-Soon (Democratic People's Republic of Korea flag north korea),Han Inn(German flag Germany), (Flag of the People's Republic of China),Xu Xiaoyuan(Republic of Korea flag South Korea), etc. have won the big stage against the players representing the world.

Votes

4 年 間Junior representativeThe coach from South Korea said in an interview immediately after the 2017 Asian Championships, "Hirano was expected to win. If Mima Ito had a genius skin in my guidance, Miu Hirano would be Hardworkers. The two were doubles partners when they were in the second year of junior high school, but they split up when they were in the second year of high school. They were more rivalry. Hirano, who was a little inferior in ability, would have been more competitive. I think (at the Asian Championships) I think I was thinking of winning Ito someday. "[108].

BOXING RECORD

Main battle record. (Double spare in parentheses, group member)

2008

2009

2010

2011

  • August East Asia Hopes
  • August ITTF Junior Circuit Korea Open
    • Cadet Women's Singles:Win
  • September ITTF Junior Circuit Chinese Taipei Open
    • Junior Women's Singles:Win
    • Cadet Women's Singles:Win
    • Cadet Women's Group:Win(Miyu Kato, Miu Hirano)
  • November All Japan ChampionshipCadet Department
    • U13 Women's Singles: Runner-up

2012

  • July 7th Asian Junior Championships
    • Cadet Women's Group: XNUMXnd Place (Yuma Hamamoto・Miu Hirano)
  • August East Asia Hopes
    • Women's Singles:Win
    • Women's groups:Win(Miu HiranoHina Hayata・Maki Shiomi・)
  • October World Cadet Challenge
    • Women's Singles: Second Place
    • Women's Doubles:Win(Flag of the People's Republic of ChinaHe Zhuojia)
    • Women's groups:Win(Flag of the People's Republic of ChinaWhat a goodHong Kong flagSound of rebirth-Kingdom of Thailand flagKHETKUEN)
  • November All Japan Championship Cadet
    • U13 Women's Singles: Runner-up
    • Women's Doubles: XNUMXnd Place (Hozumi Kuwahara)
  • December 12thWorld Junior Championship
    • Women's group: runner-up (Ayaka Tanioka・Mie Maeda and Miyu Kato)

2013

  • September ITTF Junior Circuit Chinese Taipei Open
    • Junior Women's Singles:Win
  • August ITTF Junior Circuit Hong Kong Open
    • Junior Women's Group: Runner-up (Mayu MaedaHitomi Sato・Keika Song)
  • July 8th Asian Junior Championships
    • Cadet Women's Singles: 3rd
    • Cadet Women's Group: XNUMXnd Place (Yui Hamamoto, Miu Hirano)
  • 10 All Japan Championship Group
    • Women's Group: Runner-up (Yui Hamamoto, Miyu Kato, Miu Hirano)[111]
  • October World Cadet Challenge
    • Women's Singles: Second Place
    • Women's Doubles: Second Place (Republic of Korea flagKimchi)
    • Women's groups:Win(Flag of the People's Republic of ChinaLee-Republic of Korea flagKim Jin-Hong Kong flagBarley)
  • 11 ITTF World Tour・Poland Open
    • U21 Women's Singles: Runner-up
  • December 12th World Junior Championships
    • Women's group: runner-up (Sakura Mori・Miyu Kato, Miu Hirano)

2014

  • March ITTF World Tour Germany Open
    • Women's Doubles:Win(Miu Hirano)
  • April ITTF World Tour Spain Open
    • Women's Doubles:Win(Miu Hirano)
  • May ITTF World Tour Australia Open
    • U21 Women's Singles:Win
  • June ITTF World Tour-China Open
    • U21 Women's Singles: Runner-up
  • June ITTF World Tour Korea Open
    • Women's Doubles: XNUMXnd Place (Miu Hirano)
  • 8 National Junior High School Table Tennis Tournament
    • Women's Singles: Second Place
  • July 9th Asian Junior Championships
    • Cadet Women's Group:Win(Miu Hirano/Hina Hayata)
  • September ITTF Junior Circuit Chinese Taipei Open
    • Junior Women's Singles:Win
  • October World Cadet Challenge
    • Women's Singles:Win
    • Women's Doubles:Win(Republic of Korea flagKimchi
    • Women's group: runner-up (Hong Kong flagLee-Republic of Korea flagKim Jin-Indian flagKAMATH)
  • December 12th World Junior Championships
    • Women's Doubles: XNUMXnd Place (Miu Hirano)
    • Women's Group: Runner-up (Mie Maeda, Hitomi Sato, Miu Hirano)
  • 12 ITTF World Tour Grand Final
    • Women's Doubles:Win(Miu Hirano)

2015

  • 1 All Japan Championship
    • Junior Women's Singles:Win
    • Women's Singles: Best 8
  • January ITTF World Tour Hungary Open
    • U21 Women's Singles: Runner-up
  • March ITTF World Tour Germany Open
    • Women's Singles:Win
  • April ITTF World Tour Spain Open
    • U21 Women's Singles: Runner-up
  • April ITTF Junior Circuit Belgium Open
    • Junior Women's Singles:Win
    • Cadet Women's Singles:Win
  • 4 53th World Table Tennis Championship Individual Match
    • Women's Singles: Best 8
  • May ITTF World Tour Belarus Open
    • Women's Singles:Win
  • June ITTF World Tour Korea Open
    • Women's Singles: Second Place
    • Women's Doubles:Win(Miu Hirano)
  • December 10thAsian Championship
  • December ITTF World Tour Grand Final
    • Women's Doubles: XNUMXnd Place (Miu Hirano)

2016

  • November All Japan Championship
    • Women's Singles: 3rd
  • 3 53nd World Table Tennis Championships Team Match
    • Women's group: runner-up (Ai FukuharaKazumi Ishikawa・Misako Wakamiya/Yui Hamamoto)
  • March ITTF World Tour Qatar Open
    • Women's Doubles: Second Place (Ai Fukuhara)
  • May ITTF World Tour Croatia Open
    • U21 Women's Singles:Win
  • 8 Rio de Janeiro Olympics
    • Women's group: 3rd place (Ai Fukuhara/Kazumi Ishikawa)
  • July 9th Asian Junior Championships
    • Junior Women's Group: Runner-up (Miu Hirano, Maki Shiomi, Miyuki Nagasaki)
  • November ITTF World Tour Austria Open
    • Women's Singles:Win
  • December 12th World Junior Championships
    • Women's groups:Win(Miyu Kato, Miu Hirano, Hina Hayata)

2017

  • 3 Japan Top 12 Table Tennis Tournament
    • Women's Singles: Second Place
  • 4 23th Asian Championship
    • Women's Group: XNUMXnd Place (Miu Hirano, Hina Hayata, Miyu Kato, Hitomi Sato)
    • Mixed doubles: runner-up (Morizono Masataka)
    • Women's doubles: 3rd place (Hina Hayata)
  • June ITTF World Tour Korea Open
    • Women's Doubles: XNUMXnd Place (Hina Hayata)
  • 6 54th World Table Tennis Championship Individual Match
    • Women's doubles: 3rd place (Hina Hayata)
  • August ITTF World Tour Bulgaria Open
    • Women's Singles: Second Place
    • Women's Doubles:Win(Kazumi Ishikawa)
  • August ITTF World Tour Czech Open
    • Women's Singles:Win
    • Women's Doubles:Win(Hina Hayada)
  • October ITTF Challenge Poland Open
    • Women's Singles:Win
  • November ITTF World Tour Sweden Open
    • Women's Doubles:Win(Hina Hayada)
  • December ITTF World Tour Grand Final
    • Women's Doubles: XNUMXnd Place (Hina Hayata)

2018

  • January All Japan Championship (the youngest three crowns in history)
    • Women's Singles:Win
    • Women's Doubles:Win(Hina Hayada)
    • Mixed doubles:Win(Masazo Morizono)
  • 2 Team world cup
    • Women's group: XNUMXnd place (Kazumi Ishikawa, Miu Hirano, Hina Hayata)
  • March ITTF World Tour Germany Open
    • Women's Doubles:Win(Hina Hayada)
  • 5 54nd World Table Tennis Championships Team Match
    • Women's group: runner-up (Kajun Ishikawa, Miu Hirano, Hina Hayata,Nagasaki Miyuki)
  • June ITTF World Tour-China Open
    • Mixed Doubles: XNUMXnd Place (Masataka Morizono)
  • 6 ITTF World Tour Japan Open
    • Women's Singles:Win
  • May ITTF World Tour Australia Open
    • Women's Doubles:Win(Hina Hayada)
  • August ITTF World Tour Bulgaria Open
    • Women's Doubles:Win(Kazumi Ishikawa)
  • November ITTF World Tour Sweden Open
    • Women's Singles:Win
  • November ITTF World Tour Austria Open
    • Women's Doubles:Win(Hina Hayada)
  • December ITTF World Tour Grand Final
    • Women's Doubles:Win(Hina Hayada)

2019

  • January All Japan Championship (Women's first three consecutive championships in history)
    • Women's Singles:Win
    • Women's Doubles:Win(Hina Hayada)
    • Mixed doubles:Win(Masazo Morizono)
  • March Japan Top 3 Table Tennis Tournament
    • Women's Singles: Second Place
  • March ITTF World Tour Qatar Open
    • Mixed Doubles: XNUMXnd Place (Masataka Morizono)
  • 4 55th World Table Tennis Championship Individual Match
    • Women's Doubles: XNUMXnd Place (Hina Hayata)
  • June ITTF World Tour Hong Kong Open
    • Women's Singles: Second Place
  • August ITTF World Tour Bulgaria Open
    • Mixed doubles:Win(Jui Mizutani)
  • November ITTF World Tour Sweden Open
    • Women's Singles: Second Place
    • Mixed doubles: runner-up (Jui Mizutani)
  • March ITTF World Tour Germany Open
    • Women's Singles: Second Place
  • November Team World Cup
    • Women's group: runner-up (Kazumi Ishikawa, Miu Hirano, Hitomi Sato)
  • November ITTF World Tour Austria Open
    • Women's Singles:Win
  • November T11 Diamond Singapore Tournament
    • Women's Singles: Second Place
  • December ITTF World Tour Grand Final
    • Mixed doubles: runner-up (Jui Mizutani)
  • March Japan Top 12 Table Tennis Tournament
    • Women's Singles:Win

2020

  • November All Japan Championship
    • Women's Doubles:Win(Hina Hayada)
    • Mixed doubles:Win(Masazo Morizono)
  • March ITTF World Tour Germany Open
    • Mixed doubles: runner-up (Jui Mizutani)
  • January ITTF World Tour Hungary Open
    • Women's Singles:Win
  • March ITTF World Tour Qatar Open
    • Women's Singles: Second Place
    • Mixed doubles:Win(Jui Mizutani)
  • November World Cup
    • Women's Singles: 3rd

2021

  • November All Japan Championship
    • Women's Singles: Second Place
  • 3 WTTMiddle East Hub Contender Doha Tournament
    • Women's Singles: Winner
  • March WTT Middle East Hub Star Contender Doha Tournament
    • Women's Singles: Winner
  • July Tokyo Olympics 7
    • Mixed Doubles: Winner (Jun Mizutani) First Gold Medalist
    • Women's Singles: Bronze medal

Grade

Highest grade

Women's Singles

Women's doubles

  • World Championship runner up (2019)
  • ITTF World Tour Grand Final Win(2014, 2018)
  • ITTF World Tour Win10回(ドイツ2014、スペイン2014、韓国2015、ブルガリア2017、チェコ2017、スウェーデン2017、ドイツ2018、オーストラリア2018、ブルガリア2018、オーストリア2018)
  • Asian Championship runner up (2015)
  • All Japan Championship Win(2018, 2019, 2020)

Mixed doubles

  • Olympic Winner (2021)
  • Asian Championship runner up (2017)
  • All Japan Championship Win(2018, 2019, 2020)
  • ITTF World Tour Grand Final runner up (2019)
  • ITTF World Tour Win(Bulgaria 2019, Qatar 2020)

Women's group

  • Olympic Runner-up (2021)
  • World Championship runner up (2016, 2018)
  • World Junior Championship Win(2016)
  • Asian Championship runner up (2015, 2017)
  • World Cup runner-up (2018, 2019)

International competition final

*Only general section

Women's Singles

 Win 11, Runner up 7

ResultYear.monthConventionScoreOpponentOfficial video
Win2015.03World tour・German OP4-2German flag(English edition)[1]
Win2015.05World Tour Belarus OP4-0Japanese flagWakamiya Misako[2]
second place2015.07World Tour/Korea OP0-4Japanese flagAi Fukuhara[3]
Win2016.11World Tour Austria OP4-0Japanese flagYuma Hamamoto[4]
second place2017.08World Tour Bulgaria OP0-4Japanese flagKazumi Ishikawa[5]
Win2017.08World Tour/Czech OP4-1Japanese flagKazumi Ishikawa[6]
Win2017.10ITTF Challenge Poland OP4-1Japanese flagSaki Shibata[7]
Win2018.06World Tour Japan OP4-2Flag of the People's Republic of ChinaWang Manyu[8]
Win2018.11World Tour Sweden OP4-0Flag of the People's Republic of ChinaZhu Yuling[9]
second place2019.06World Tour Hong Kong OP0-4Flag of the People's Republic of ChinaRoyal art[10]
second place2019.10World Tour Sweden OP3-4Flag of the People's Republic of ChinaChen dream[11]
second place2019.10World Tour-German OP1-4Flag of the People's Republic of ChinaGrandson[12]
Win2019.11World Tour Austria OP4-1Flag of the People's Republic of ChinaZhu Yuling[13]
second place2019.11T2 Diamond Singapore Tournament3-4Flag of the People's Republic of ChinaGrandson[14]
Win2020.02World Tour Hungary OP4-3Chinese Taipei flagCheng I-Ching[15]
second place2020.03World Tour Qatar OP1-4Flag of the People's Republic of ChinaChen dream[16]
Win2021.03WTT Contender Doha4-2Japanese flagHina Hayata[17]
Win2021.03WTT Star Contender Doha4-1Singapore flagFeng Tian[18]

Women's doubles

 Win 12, Runner up 8

ResultYear.monthConventionpairScoreOpponentOfficial video
Win2014.03World tour・German OPJapanese flagHirano Miu3-0Polish flag/Polish flagPartica[19]
Win2014.04World Tour Spain OPJapanese flagHirano Miu3-2Austrian flagRyu Ja/Czech flag[20]
second place2014.06World Tour/Korea OPJapanese flagHirano Miu0-3Flag of the People's Republic of China/Flag of the People's Republic of ChinaWang Manyu
Win2014.12World Tour Grand FinalJapanese flagHirano Miu4-0Polish flagGzybovska/Polish flagPartica
second place2015.03World Tour Spain OPJapanese flagHirano Miu2-3Japanese flagAi Fukuhara/Japanese flagWakamiya Misako[21]
Win2015.07World Tour/Korea OPJapanese flagHirano Miu3-2Japanese flagHina Hayata/Japanese flagHitomi Sato[22]
second place2015.1022 timesAsian Table Tennis ChampionshipJapanese flagHirano Miu0-4Democratic People's Republic of Korea flagKim Hye Sung/Democratic People's Republic of Korea flagLee Mi Kyung
second place2015.12World Tour Grand FinalJapanese flagHirano Miu0-4Flag of the People's Republic of ChinaPolite/Flag of the People's Republic of ChinaZhu Yuling[23]
second place2016.03World Tour Qatar OPJapanese flagAi Fukuhara2-3Flag of the People's Republic of ChinaPolite/Flag of the People's Republic of ChinaLiu Poon[24]
second place2017.04World Tour/Korea OPJapanese flagHina Hayata1-3German flagPetrissa Zolya/German flag(English edition)[25]
Win2017.08World Tour Bulgaria OPJapanese flagKazumi Ishikawa3-1Swedish flagEkholm /Hungarian flagPorter[26]
Win2017.08World Tour/Czech OPJapanese flagHina Hayata3-2Swedish flagEkholm /Hungarian flagPorter[27]
Win2017.11World Tour Sweden OPJapanese flagHina Hayata3-1Flag of the People's Republic of ChinaZhu Yuling/Flag of the People's Republic of ChinaChen dream[28]
second place2017.12World Tour Grand FinalJapanese flagHina Hayata0-4Flag of the People's Republic of ChinaZhu Yuling/Flag of the People's Republic of ChinaChen dream[29]
Win2018.03World Tour-German OPJapanese flagHina Hayata3-1Republic of Korea flagTian Zhixi/Republic of Korea flagLiang Xia Gin[30]
Win2018.07World Tour Australia OPJapanese flagHina Hayata3-0Japanese flagHashimoto Honoka/Japanese flagHitomi Sato[31]
Win2018.08World Tour Bulgaria OPJapanese flagKazumi Ishikawa3-1Flag of the People's Republic of ChinaLiu Goyang /Flag of the People's Republic of ChinaZhang Rui[32]
Win2018.11World Tour Austria OPJapanese flagHina Hayata3-0Flag of the People's Republic of ChinaChen Kodou/Flag of the People's Republic of ChinaGrandson[33]
Win2018.12World Tour Grand FinalJapanese flagHina Hayata3-0Flag of the People's Republic of ChinaChen Kodou/Flag of the People's Republic of ChinaGrandson[34]
second place2019.0455th World Table Tennis Championship Individual MatchJapanese flagHina Hayata2-4Flag of the People's Republic of ChinaWang Man/Flag of the People's Republic of ChinaGrandson[35]

Mixed doubles

 Win 2, Runner up 6

ResultYear.monthConventionpairScoreOpponentOfficial video
second place2017.0423th Asian ChampionshipJapanese flagMorizono Masataka1-3Flag of the People's Republic of China(English edition)/Flag of the People's Republic of ChinaChen Kodou[36]
second place2018.06World Tour/China OPJapanese flagMorizono Masataka1-3Flag of the People's Republic of ChinaTakato Hayashi/Flag of the People's Republic of ChinaChen Kodou[37]
second place2019.03World Tour Qatar OPJapanese flagMorizono Masataka0-3Flag of the People's Republic of ChinaForgiveness/Flag of the People's Republic of ChinaLiu Poon[38]
Win2019.08World Tour Bulgaria OPJapanese flagJun Mizutani3-1Flag of the People's Republic of China/Flag of the People's Republic of China[39]
second place2019.10World Tour Sweden OPJapanese flagJun Mizutani2-3Flag of the People's Republic of ChinaXu Xin /Flag of the People's Republic of ChinaLiu Poon[40]
second place2019.12World Tour Grand FinalJapanese flagJun Mizutani2-3Flag of the People's Republic of ChinaXu Xin /Flag of the People's Republic of ChinaLiu Poon[41]
second place2020.02World Tour-German OPJapanese flagJun Mizutani1-3Flag of the People's Republic of ChinaXu Xin /Flag of the People's Republic of ChinaLiu Poon[42]
Win2020.03World Tour Qatar OPJapanese flagJun Mizutani3-1Flag of the People's Republic of China/Flag of the People's Republic of ChinaGrandson[43]
Win2021.72020 Tokyo OlympicsJapanese flagJun Mizutani4-3Flag of the People's Republic of ChinaXu Xin /Flag of the People's Republic of ChinaLiu Poon

Domestic tournament final

*Only general section

Women's Singles

 Win 3, Runner up 2

ResultYear.monthConventionScoreOpponent
second place2017.03Japan Top 122-4Kazumi Ishikawa
Win2018.01All Japan Championship4-1Hirano Miu
Win2019.01All Japan Championship4-1Mihara Kihara
second place2019.03Japan Top 122-4Kazumi Ishikawa
Win2019.12Japan Top 124-1Hirano Miu

Women's doubles

 Win 3

ResultYear.monthConventionpairScoreOpponent
Win2018.01All Japan ChampionshipHina Hayata3-1Yuka Umemura/Maki Shiomi
Win2019.01All Japan ChampionshipHina Hayata3-1Saki Shibata/ Satsuki Ofuji
Win2020.01All Japan ChampionshipHina Hayata3-1Saki Shibata / Satsuki Ofuji

Mixed doubles

 Win 3

ResultYear.monthConventionpairScoreOpponent
Win2018.01All Japan ChampionshipMorizono Masataka3-0Ryusuke Karube/Yuki Matsumoto
Win2019.01All Japan ChampionshipMorizono Masataka3-1Tomokazu Harimoto/Nagasaki Miyuki
Win2020.01All Japan ChampionshipMorizono Masataka3-1Tomokazu Harimoto/Yuzu Nagasaki

Group

Runner up 1

ResultYear.monthConventionScoreOpponentOpponent team
second place2013.10All Japan Championship0-3Hiroko FujiiNippon Life

List of competition results

Abbreviation explanation

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

W F B#PQF#RRR

W=Win, F=Second Place, B=3rd, #P=#th (4th and below), QF=Best 8, #R=#Rounded Round, RR=Round Robin defeated

YearsOlympicsWorld championshipWorld CupGrand finalAsian GamesAsian ChampionshipAsian CupAll Japan ChampionshipTop 12
SMTSDMTSTSDMSDMTSDMTSSDMTS
20112R
20123R1RRRRR
20132R5RF
2014W5R4R
2015QF2R1RFQFFQFFQF5RRR
2016BFQF1R6PB2R
20174RBQFF4RBFF5RF
2018FF1RWSFWWW
20193RFQFFSFFWWWF
2020BSFBWWW

Match record

ITTFSingles match record against major players in official matches[112].. Bold is the highest ranked player in the world

* As of 2020 year

World ranking

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2010484477471479
2011476479482479488492472367300186186178
2012177189187192156154149153154156154152
2013141144110110123128978568788763
2014606166636555505548433846
201541343815119101010111111
201612129101010991011119
20178788101011117769
2018565756567877
2019777777787774
2020333223

Record

Youngest record

  • All Japan Championship Women's Singles win 10 years, 189 days [27]
  • ITTF Junior Circuit Cadet (U15) Women's Singles Winner 10 years, 310 days [28]
  • ITTF Junior Circuit Junior (U18) Women's Singles Winner 10 years, 332 days [30]
  • ITTF World Tour Women's Doubles Winner 13 years, 160 days [113]
  • ITTF World Tour Grand Final Women's Doubles Winner 14 years, 53 days [49]
  • ITTF World Tour Women's Singles Winner 14 years, 152 days [114]
  • World Table Tennis Championships Women's Singles Best 8 14 years, 192 days [52]
  • Olympic women's group medal acquisition 15 years, 300 days [60][29]
  • World Table Tennis Championships Women's Doubles Bronze medal 16 [69]
  • All Japan Championship Triple Crown 17 years, 92 days[78]

Guinness World Records

  • Most table tennis counter hits in one minute[31]
"Rally times per minute" Achieved with Takusho Arai
Record:180 times (2011 11 年 月 日 13)
  • Youngest winners of an ITTF World Tour Doubles title (combined age)[115]
"ITTF World Tour Doubles Youngest Winner (Total Age)" Achieved with Miu Hirano
Record:27 years, 145 days (2014 3 年 月 日 30)
  • Youngest winner of an ITTF World Tour Singles title[115]
"ITTF World Tour Singles Youngest Winner"
Record:14 years, 152 days (2015 3 年 月 日 22)
"Olympic table tennis youngest medalist"
Record:15 years, 300 days (2016 8 年 月 日 16)

Representative history

Hopes Japan National Team
Junior Japan representative
Table tennis representative from Japan

Award

2014

2015

2016

2017

  • Kansai Sports Press Club: The 60th Kansai Sports Award (Group Award)[128]
  • Kozuki Foundation: Kozuki Sports Award
  • Shizuoka Prefecture: Governor of Shizuoka Prefecture

episode

  • 2歳で卓球を始め、その時には既に「卓球で世界チャンピオンになる」と口にしていた、自宅のリビングには卓球台を置き、4歳から12歳迄母がコーチで4歳から8歳まで1日8時間の練習を積んだ、練習はマンネリしないために試合に勝った時の新聞の切り抜き等を貼った。小学6年の時には作文に「私は2016年には、(オリンピックに)出場して、2020年には団体優勝、個人戦で優勝したい」と書いている[129].

coach

  • -Former employee of a company that develops and manufactures LED inspection equipment in Shizuoka, and has been instructed since he joined the Toyota Town Table Tennis Sports Boys' Club[132].

sponsor

Appearance

TV program

Many others

CM

movies

MV

Events

Book

footnote

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注 釈

  1. ^ 20th in the world ranking at that timeLiang Xia Gin(Republic of Korea flag South Korea).
  2. ^ Since 1991, when the current ranking system started, Tomokazu Harimoto was the third highest among men and Kazumi Ishikawa was third in women.[92].

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